Full Time Animal Care Attendant
Summary: The Animal Care Attendant (ACA) is a vital member of the MAR team who provides compassionate and attentive care of all the animals under the shelter’s care. The ACA maintains a clean and healthy environment for both the animals and the public. The ACA is also critical in assisting both staff and members of the public by facilitating adoption meets and placements, processing and performing intake assessments and exams for newly arrived animals, and other duties as assigned.
Veterinary Medical Supervisor
As the region’s largest open-admission shelter, ACCT Philly’s medical program depends on skilled individuals to provide the highest level of care for its animals. The Medical Supervisor is one of the primary positions responsible for monitoring, directing, and administering medical services and treatments to the shelter’s many animals. This position works with the Medical Manager and in concert with a team of medical nurses, veterinarians, managers and staff to ensure timely and humane care for thousands of animals every year of various species, stages of health, and dispositions in both the clinic and the shelter setting.
Chief Operating Officer
Are you an experienced leader in the animal welfare field with a love of helping animals and coaching team members to fulfill their passion for mission driven work? Do you want to work somewhere with an inclusive, women-led, LGBTQ+ friendly culture that encourages collaboration, out of the box thinking and the opportunity to create life changing programs to help animals? If you are saying, “yes and YES” to these questions, then the Animal Rescue League of Berks County is waiting for YOU! The Chief Operating Officer oversees the daily operations through leadership over the animal care, medical, client services, and animal protection departments. He/she works collaboratively with officers to meet the needs of the animals under care of the ARL. The position is responsible for ensuring the proper policies and procedures are implemented to keep animals moving safely through the shelter. This person would also be responsible for making recommendations to increase revenue and fundraising efforts. Additionally, he/she would exhibit big picture thinking to allow for continued elevation to programming and lifesaving efforts for animals in the shelter and surrounding communities.
The ARL is seeking a licensed veterinarian to join our growing team so we can help more animals! This position will oversee all aspects of veterinary care for our shelter animals as well as help us achieve high volume, high quality spay & neuter for cats as dogs at a low cost for our community. The ARL is a Public Service Loan Forgiveness Complaint 501c3 organization. 40-hour work week expected, but exact scheduling can be flexible.
Under the direction of the Medical Manager, assists in the provision of medical care of animals in the shelter and foster. Administers medications, triage incoming animals, performs basic laboratory tests, and performs euthanasia. Works well independently and under pressure but as part of a team to ensure timely, quality medical care for all animals in the shelter.
Join our team at Pet Pantry of Lancaster County to help us empower animals to thrive by listening and responding to their unspoken needs.
Amazing opportunity for new grad or seasoned veterinarian to work in the largest NoKill shelter in Southwest Missouri. Competitive salary, commensurate with experience and potential for bonus.
HQHVSN Staff Veterinarian
Salary: $125,000-$150,000 Annually Up to $ 25,000 Sign-on Bonus Up to $ 10,000 for eligible Moving Expenses Full-Time @ 4 days per week (10 hrs per day) Full Coverage Health Insurance PTO and more.
The role of the Intake Manager is pivotal in ensuring the smooth intake of animals into our shelter while also actively compassionately supporting individuals and families in their efforts to provide the best care for their pets.
20K Hiring Bonus for the right candidate!! We seek a compassionate, caring Veterinarian who is interested in playing a key role in strengthening a high-volume medical program that prioritizes high standards of care as “non-negotiables”. Someone who thrives in a fast-paced environment where no two days are the same, who appreciates that the animals entering our shelter need varying levels of care from basic vaccination to palliative care to emergency interventions and more - and believes there is tremendous value in each.