Deputy Director: Indianapolis Animal Care Services
This position is responsible for organizing, managing, staffing, and supervising all aspects of IACS operations. The incumbent in this position will direct the refinement and implementation of a strategic plan for the promotion of animal care, animal control, spay/neuter access, and reduction of animal deaths resulting from both euthanasia and from diseases contracted or propagated at the IACS facility. Incumbent in this position will establish and ensure policies and procedures for the division are adhered to in an effective manner.
This position is responsible for assisting the Deputy Director in managing, staffing, and supervising shelter, medical, and enforcement operations of IACS. This position will cover a breadth of topics and operations within IACS, and will be responsible for assisting the Deputy Director in managing the day-to-day, while also researching and implementing new ideas such as ways to increase spay/neuter access, improve call times for control officers, and increasing efficiency in kennel operations. The incumbents actions are dictated by established policies and procedures, civil laws, criminal laws, and the codes established by the city and county.
Veterinary Technician / Nurse
FACE Low-Cost Animal Clinic, Indianapolis' leading nonprofit veterinary provider, is seeking a full-time Registered Veterinary Technician (RVT) to join our team. If you enjoy helping people and their pets, then this is the place for you.
Community Medicine Veterinarian
This is a full-time position for a veterinarian passionate about medicine and surgery for pets in need in the Chicago metro area. The Community Medicine Veterinarian will divide their time between The Anti-Cruelty Society and our partner shelters to provide medical and surgical services to the animals in the clinic, shelter, and community programs operated by each partner organization. The Community Medicine Veterinarian works closely with Medical Directors, Directors of Operation, Veterinary Technicians, Veterinary Assistants, and reports directly to the Manager of Community Medicine to ensure Best Care for all Chicago animals within each organization. All employees of The Anti-Cruelty Society should uphold the PETS Work Culture Agreement through Praise, Engagement, Trust, and Support.
Animal Care Shelter Manager
Animal Care Shelter Manager will oversee animal care and daily operations of the animal sheltering section
Foster Program Manager
This position strategically plans to continually improve processes, recruit new foster volunteers to grow our foster base, retain current fosters, establish more efficient onboa
Full-time surgeon and clinician for an open-admission, well-funded, municipal shelter looking for innovative, forward-thinking team member
Do you have a passion for caring for homeless animals and supporting the community by improving access to veterinary care? The Anti-Cruelty Society has been supporting the Chicago community since 1899 and we've opened our search for a full-time Shelter/Clinic Veterinarian.