Have a desire to make a difference in the lives of animals? Want to do so in a way that offers a good work/life balance without the long hours, and with limited work directly with the public? Palm Beach County Animal Care and Control in sunny, warm West Palm Beach, Florida is seeking to add an additional veterinarian to join our medical team of three full-time surgeons, multiple part-time surgeons, and a third party 24-hr emergency specialty service for late night and emergency calls in a program striving for excellent patient care. Do you like to teach or mentor? Palm Beach County will be incorporating both local students from the community and veterinary shelter students in providing quality spay/ neuter surgeries and shelter medicine in a fast-paced, supportive environment.
Part-time Animal Behavior and Enrichment Coordinator
Performs specialized work assisting the Enrichment section of the Animal Care and Control Division. Manages dog playgroups; conducts training; handles animals; assesses animal behavior after intake; assists in developing animal training and enrichment programs to increase animal adoptions and live release rate, and reduce euthanasia of animals. Work is performed under the Shelter Operations Manager.
Animal Care Specialist
Cares for and feeds impounded animals. Maintains animal housing according to sanitary standards; aids in the euthanasia of impounded animals; maintains animal inventory. Assists the public with animal adoptions and with the redemption of their lost animals.
Digital Communications Manager
Compensation: Competitive compensation, generous paid time off, 100% employer paid health insurance, 70% employer paid dental insurance; employee paid group vision insurance, and employer contribution of up to 1% of salary to a 401k retirement plan annually. Compensation: $19.98 per hour (with no prior experience), with final offer based on demonstrated relevant experience. Location: Remote (outside New Mexico) optional; we currently allow a work-from-home model. Reporting: This position reports to the Chief Marketing and Communications Officer (CMCO). No positions report to this position. Animal Protection New Mexico Background: Since 1979, Animal Protection New Mexico has had a profoundly positive impact on animals, advocating their rights throughout the state, and helping create more humane communities that benefit people and animals. We are a mission-driven organization with a vision to make humane the new normal. As part of our team, you’ll join a group of passionate, professional, and enthusiastic individuals working towards systemic change in our state and supporting the work of the Marketing and Communications department.
LICENSED VET TECH
We are seeking a qualified and experienced Licensed Veterinary Technician to join our team of veterinary team. Full-time or part-time positions available. Full-time benefits include a Health Care reimbursement plan, paid holidays, paid time off, C.E. and license fees paid; discounts on veterinary care and in our Thrift Store. We are open Tuesday-Saturday; closed Sunday and Monday. The ideal candidate is a highly motivated person who is able to prioritize tasks, work well with a team, move quickly and handle a fast-paced working environment while demonstrating excellent customer service to our clients.
Veterinarian - Signing Bonus & Moving Expenses
Respected rescue and vet care center in beautiful Aiken, SC looking for a Veterinarian to add to our team. We offer spay/neuter services and a wellness clinic. Come and help us save live and make a difference in our community!
Part Time Veterinarian
Our 4,100 square foot 1-vet high-quality, high volume, and low cost clinic is based on the gold standard ASPCA® Spay/Neuter Alliance model. ASF is seeking an experienced surgeon, confident, caring veterinarian to join our medical team. If you want to make a profound impact while enjoying a healthy work/life balance, we invite you to join our mission.
Shelter Operations Manager
The successful candidate for the Shelter Operations Manager position is a compassionate individual who will oversee day-to-day shelter operations, independently manage staff and volunteers, ensure that shelter animals receive proper and humane care, review veterinary invoices, maintain facilities and equipment, interact with employees, volunteers and the public.
The Hawaiian Humane Society is seeking a lead shelter medical and surgical staff member who is responsible for providing direction to the department to establish best practices in shelter medicine and HQHV surgical practices. The Chief Veterinarian will establishes appropriate veterinary policies for all shelter operations, adhere to the highest ethical standards, and ensure that veterinary care is provided in a safe, competent, professional and humane manner.