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    Executive Director

    Location: Yakima, Washington

    Yakima Humane Society

    The Executive Director for the Yakima Humane Society will be highly qualified to lead the organization with strategic, financial and operational responsibility for the execution of its mission. • A Bachelor's Degree or any equivalent combination of education/experience is required. • Minimum of 2 years management experience (preferably in a non-profit environment) including fund raising management or related work experience. • Budget, fundraising, working with nonprofit board. • Proven leadership and strategic qualities to develop, manage and lead a cross functional team.

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    Associate Veterinarian

    Location: New York, New York

    Bideawee

    Associate veterinarians provide care for dogs and cats in our adoption centers including spay/neuter surgeries/dentals, as well as surgical and medical care for clients of our animal hospitals that is open to the public. Essential Responsibilities/Duties/Functions/Tasks Wellness exams, preventative care, management of medical and surgical cases for shelter animals and client-owned animals. Performing spay/neuter and other surgery including dental procedures. Working with our trainers to manage behavior issues. Leading staff and volunteer training sessions in animal care.

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    Veterinary Services Supervisor

    Location: Pueblo, Colorado

    Humane Society of the Pikes Peak Region

    Oversees the day to day operations of the evaluation center and surgery center; supervises Veterinary Technicians, Veterinary Assistants and support staff to ensure effective and efficient operations of the evaluation center and surgery center; provides quality animal and people care; provides oversight and supervision of shelter medicine protocols at the Pueblo location and supervision of staff responsible for treatment of all ill/injured animals; oversees drug, vaccine and medical supply inventory. Processes incoming animals following applicable procedures, policies and protocols.

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    Senior Veterinary Assistant

    Location: Los Angeles, California

    ASPCA

    The Senior Veterinary Assistant of ASPCA Spay/Neuter Operations is responsible for the daily care of surgery patients, client education in high-quality, high-volume spay/neuter initiatives. The position is based at the ASPCA Spay/Neuter Clinic in Los Angeles. The person in this position assists the Spay/Neuter Surgeon and the Registered Veterinary Technician in the clinic and is responsible animal handling, patient preparation for surgery, monitoring of surgical patients and for the cleaning/disinfecting and general maintenance of medical equipment..

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    Medical Staff Manager/Registered Veterinary Technician

    Location: Los Angeles, California

    ASPCA

    The Spay/Neuter Operations (SNO) Medical Staff Manager in Los Angeles will perform all of the duties of a SNO Registered Veterinary Technician. In addition, the Medical Staff Manager will be responsible for managing other Registered Veterinary Technicians and Senior Veterinary Assistants in our stationary spay/neuter facility and on mobile spay/neuter clinics performing high-quality, high-volume spay/neuter.

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    Spay Neuter Surgeon

    Location: Los Angeles, California

    ASPCA

    The Spay/Neuter Surgeon is a trained and licensed Veterinarian responsible for performing 35-40 surgeries per day in a high-quality, high-volume spay/neuter setting in the ASPCA Los Angeles Spay/Neuter Clinic or 25 -30 surgeries on an ASPCA mobile spay/neuter clinic. The person in this position works approximately 8-hours per day, five days a week with a small medical team, providing high-quality surgery and peri-operative care to all patients. Patients include owned pets belonging to low-income residents of the Los Angeles area and homeless adoptable cats, dogs and rabbits.

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