VENTURA COUNTY, ANIMAL SERVICES INVITES APPLICATIONS FOR: Managing Veterinarian - Salary $124,011.98 - $173,616.77 Annually 0954ANM-21AB (MA) An Equal Opportunity Employer SALARY RANGE (approximate) $59.62 - $83.47 Hour $10,334.33 - $14,468.06 Monthly $124,011.98 - $173,616.77 Annually
VENTURA COUNTY, ANIMAL SERVICES INVITES APPLICATIONS FOR: Managing Veterinarian 0954ANM-21AB (MA)
Under general direction, performs veterinary services including spay/neuter surgeries; examines and determines preventative medical care and treatments for shelter animals and stray animal emergency cases; and provides oversight for the security and dispensing of drugs and ensures compliance with all federal and state regulations. Performs other related duties as requested.
VENTURA COUNTY, ANIMAL SERVICES INVITES APPLICATIONS FOR: Veterinarian 0363ANM-21AA (MA)
VENTURA COUNTY, ANIMAL SERVICES INVITES APPLICATIONS FOR: Managing Veterinarian 0954ANM-21AA (MA)
The SPCA Texas is a progressive organization operating shelters, veterinary clinics, spay/neuter clinics, and mobile clinics as well as extensive community outreach programs to lower income neighborhoods throughout the metro Dallas area. We are looking to expand the reach of our medical services and grow the type of services offered and are assembling the team to make that happen. Join a team that is on the cutting edge of providing access to veterinary care for low-income families in our service area.
lSpay/Neuter and Wellness Care Veterinarian
Pursue your passion for animals on the beautiful, uncrowded coast of Northern California. Humboldt Spay/Neuter Clinic is seeking a veterinarian to provide high volume spay and neuter surgeries and basic wellness care services for cats and dogs. We have a fully equipped clinic, tremendous staff support, an enjoyable and rewarding work environment, and we offer a competitive salary and benefits.
FixNation in Los Angeles, California is actively seeking an experienced and diligent full-time or part-time Veterinarian to provide spay and neuter surgeries for homeless cats and companion cats.
The Surgery Veterinarian is a trained and licensed veterinarian responsible for performing mainly spay/neuter surgeries in a high-quality, high volume spay/neuter clinic and shelter setting. The Surgery Veterinarian may also be responsible for other surgeries that arise in a shelter setting.