Assistant Shelter Manager
Job Summary The Assistant Shelter Manager is a supervisor position that maintains a regular presence in the shelter interacting with Animal Care staff daily. This position is responsible for the direct supervision of the AC Supervisors and AC staff and the workflow of all animal care areas. Supports staff to ensure high-quality animal care is being provided. This position is responsible for controlling and organizing the productivity, accuracy and maintenance of a positive and professional organizational culture and overall output of the department. The Assistant Shelter Manager acts as the department leader and reports to and is responsible for providing feedback to the Shelter Manager. The Assistant Shelter Manager schedules all animal care staff and ensures all necessary equipment and supplies are on hand at all times.
SafeHaven Humane Society in Tangent, OR is seeking a PT Shelter Veterinarian for 3 days per week. Experience in shelter medicine and high quality, high volume spay/neuter preferred.
Certified Veterinary Technician
Join our growing program at FixaPet in Neillsville, WI! We are seeking a high-energy, efficient, professional and experienced CVT. Wisconsin CVT license required. No weekend, holiday, emergency or late hours. Beginning pay is $15-20 per hour, depending on experience.
Behavior Department Manager
HAWS seeks a dedicated professional to lead the growth and development of the Animal Behavior and Training Programs. The ideal candidate must have a passion for animals and a strong interest in animal welfare. Though seeking an independent self-starter; passion and team work are important assets for our fast paced environment.
Greenhill Humane Society (GHS) is looking for a Veterinary Surgeon to join our team in a recently constructed 2,000 sq state-of-the-art medical facility in the beautiful Pacific Northwest. GHS is the 2nd largest animal shelter in Oregon, caring for approximately 3500 animals/year with a LRR >90% and 2 full-time veterinarians. As a private organization with several long-standing municipal contracts, we are perfectly positioned to care for the community's most vulnerable animals while enjoying the stability of a multi-generational donor base. The ideal candidate is committed to high-quality medicine, good communication, and a healthy work-life balance.
Veterinarian position providing access to care. This exciting opportunity provides a work/life balance while helping pets in the community live better lives.
Veterinarian Needed!! Clark County Humane Society & the FixaPet Program in Neillsville, Wisconsin, are searching for a new Veterinarian! FixaPet is a HQHVSN program for the public, where over 20,000 spay/neuter surgeries have already been performed. CCHS is a No-Kill Shelter rehoming over 1,000 cats and dogs per year. This amazing job opportunity offers a variety of job responsibilities, flexible scheduling, great benefits, and a wonderful work environment. Salary range is $90,000 – $200,000 depending on experience and surgical proficiency. Complete details here: cchs-petshelter.org/veterinarian-wanted. Apply today and take the next step in your career dreams!
Maddie's Clinical Instructor of Shelter Medicine
This position is designed to provide support for University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Veterinary Medicine Shelter Medicine Program's (UWSMP) Maddie's Shelter Medicine Teaching and Training Programs. The primary student rotation and intern clinical training currently occurs at Dane County Humane Society (DCHS). UWSMP currently has 2 Maddie's Shelter Medicine interns annually and 2-3 Maddie's Shelter Medicine residents completing their primary clinical training at DCHS. There are 69 University of Wisconsin 4th year veterinary students rotating thorough DCHS on their two-week Shelter Medicine Ambulatory in the 2020/2021 academic year, and interest in this rotation continues to grow, including requests from out-of-state veterinary students. Primary duties include educating & supervising students, interns, and residents on life-saving practices; training students, interns, and residents to find and examine multiple solutions to the problems that shelter animals and communities might face; pursuing excellence in the clinical skills of trainees; and supporting other educational aspects of the program as needed. UWSMP has a close partnership with DCHS and the clinical instructor will primarily be working out of the shelter and must work successfully within their practices to uphold this partnership with DCHS. Other important duties are to provide population-level continuing education and consultation for shelter staff, and to be involved in didactic instruction via the UWSMP's Maddie's Shelter Medicine Fellowship program, Maddie's Shelter Medicine Intensive, and Maddie's Shelter Medicine Elective university course.