rescue. reunite. rehome. rethink.
The results of your search are listed below. Please click the job title to view more information about a particular position. If no listings appear, try another search below.
  • Shelter Veterinarian

    Humane Society of Northeast Texas

    Perform spays and neuters for adopted dogs and cats and feral cats,and other surgeries and procedures as needed. Candidate will be expected to examine, diagnose and treat the animals in our care, and perform or supervise humane euthanasia as required.

    Closing Date: December 31, 2014 Posted: September 15, 2014
  • Certified Veterinary Technician

    Honor Animal Rescue

    Limited admission (no-kill) animal shelter in Bradenton, FL, seeking Certified Veterinary Technician to perform medical management duties on a full time basis (Tuesday through Saturday, 8 am-5 pm). Requirements/Qualifications: Broad knowledge of veterinary medicine (shelter medicine a plus; Able to work independently;Strong dog and cat handling skills; Ability to lift up to 70 pounds; Ability to multi-task; Strong computer skills; Knowledge of PetPoint a plus. Duties Include: Monitoring the general health of shelter animals and ensuring proper care; Triaging patients; Administering medications; Performing treatments; Administering fluids; Vaccinations; Blood draws; Catheter placement; Diagnostics, including fecals, blood work, skin scrapes, SNAP tests, urinalysis; Cleaning, feeding, walking patients as needed; Recording all medical data in web-based data management system; Inventory control, ordering medical supplies; Preparing prescriptions

    Closing Date: October 31, 2014 Posted: September 14, 2014
  • Spay/Neuter Shelter Veterinarian

    Spartanburg Humane Society

    Responsible for the day to day evaluation, treatment and rehabilitation efforts of animals brought to the shelter, doing surgery in a high volume spay and neuter setting, and seeing low income and adoption clients for wellness care. He or she will work closely with the managers and supervisors in the animal shelter, clinic, and kennel operations as well as foster care volunteers in evaluating the health of animals. Performs high volume spay and neuter surgery for animals adopted from the SHS as well as owned animals. Demonstrate skills in diagnosis and treatment of both shelter and owned animals. Perform tests where appropriate to determine the health of individual animals and/or the overall health of the animals at the shelter. Make recommendations on shelter disease management, sanitation, clinic procedures, supplies, veterinary equipment and supplies. Maintain active involvement in local, state, and national veterinary associations.

    Closing Date: October 31, 2014 Posted: September 11, 2014
  • Life Saving and Customer Service Manager

    Women's Humane Society

    Primarily responsible for all duties relating to the adoptions and customer service; overseeing all adoption activities including adoption events and programs; maintaining accurate animal records; supervision of all adoption & office staff and volunteers. These responsibilities will vary with the current needs of the shelter staff, the season of the year. This position is also responsible for the oversight of finding good homes for dogs, cats and other animals both at the shelter, with rescue partners, at offsite adoption events, while creating a positive experience for prospective adopters and partners. This position is responsible for meeting adoption goals and maximizing the number of animal live exits from the shelter, while ensuring quality customer service, accurate record keeping, fostered and rescued animal disposition, in-shelter money receipts, and coordinating and supervising volunteers and activities that support the Adoptions and Customer Service Department.

    Closing Date: November 1, 2014 Posted: September 11, 2014
  • Dog Trainer

    Humane Society of Memphis and Shelby County

    Under general supervision & leadership of the Animal Care Manager, work with care-giving staff to assess needs, develop and implement a training plan for each dog to increase adoptability and improve the dog's chances of remaining in the new home. Focus efforts on working with dogs with behavior issues. Develop and present workshops for staff, volunteers and new adopters.

    Closing Date: January 1, 2015 Posted: September 11, 2014
  • Shelter Vet

    Pawmetto Lifeline

    Pawmetto Lifeline’s mission is to promote humane treatment of animals through education, advocacy and services. We are seeking an exceptional individual as a Shelter Vet to join our team. Summary of Job Responsibilities: The Shelter Vet is responsible for providing leadership and direction for the medical and surgical care of shelter animals. The ideal candidate should be independent with the ability to efficiently prioritize multiple projects. The Shelter Vet is committed to animal welfare and has a compelling need to make a difference in the lives of the animals & humans he/she encounters. Qualifications • Degree in Veterinary Medicine from accredited institution • Valid SC Veterinary License • Ability to work in fast-paced veterinary setting • Two years shelter experience preferred Pawmetto lifeline offers competitive salary and benefits. Qualifying candidates should submit cover letter and resume to: mkokernak@pawmettolifeline.org

    Closing Date: November 15, 2014 Posted: September 11, 2014
  • Behavior/Adoptions Assistant

    Monmouth County SPCA

    Under the direction of Dog Behavior Department Manager, assists in implementing behavior assessment, training/modification, and enrichment programming for shelter dogs; provides pre- and post-adoption support as needed; assists in providing training opportunities for staff and volunteers; works to maintain and improve mental health and behavior of dogs in the SPCA’s care. Position requirements include: high school diploma, education and certification in dog behavior and training and/or extensive experience, excellent dog handling skills; weekend availability required.

    Closing Date: November 15, 2014 Posted: September 11, 2014
  • Associate Veterinarian

    Spartanburg Humane Society

    A wellness/preventative care veterinarian at the Spartanburg Humane Society is responsible for seeing low income and adoption clients for wellness care. He or she will work closely with the managers and supervisors at the Humane Society, clinic personnel, kennel operations, and foster care volunteers in evaluating the health of animals. Demonstrate skills in diagnosis and treatment of animals. Perform necessary testing to determine the overall health of individual animals. Work with clients in determining the best care of their animal according to their financial abilities. Time management and customer service skills are essential. Follow disease management protocols, and clinic procedures. Work collaboratively, communicate, and interact professionally with administrative, operations, and program staff.

    Closing Date: October 31, 2014 Posted: September 10, 2014
  • Principal Animal Control Officer

    El Dorado County Animal Services

    Under direction, plans, organizes, and assists in management of the field and shelter operations of the Animal Control division; acts on behalf of the Chief Animal Control Officer in Chief's absence; supervises, coordinates, and evaluates Supervising Animal Control Officers and Kennel Supervisors; may oversee office staff; enforces State and County laws pertaining to the care, humane protection, and control of animals; performs related work as assigned. This working management level position will spend approximately 60-75% of their time in the field, while overseeing the field and shelter operations and supporting the Chief Animal Control Officer with the administration of the Animal Control Program.

    Closing Date: December 31, 2014 Posted: September 10, 2014
  • Veterinary Care Coordinator

    Animal Welfare League of Alexandria

    The Animal Welfare League of Alexandria is hiring a full-time Veterinary Care Coordinator. Responsibilities include: completing daily rounds with the Shelter Veterinarian, identifying animals that need laboratory work and ensuring blood work is collected; entering diagnostic results into the database and filing paperwork; collecting medical histories of surrendered animals; coordinating the Visiting Vet program; developing and maintaining strong relationships with veterinarians in the community; sending animals for outside veterinary care when necessary; becoming certified as a Euthanasia Technician and assisting with euthanasia; collaborating with the Animal Care Manager to provide medical care training for Animal Care staff. To apply, complete an Application for Employment (found at www.AlexandriaAnimals.org/jobs) and send the application, a cover letter, and resume to careers@AlexandriaAnimals.org with "Veterinary Care Coordinator" as the subject line.

    Closing Date: October 31, 2014 Posted: September 9, 2014
Items 121 - 130 of 191  Previous11121314151617181920Next

Explore Our Magazine

Animal Sheltering Magazine cover

Current Issue

Renew

Archives

Subscribe

Interested in posting a job working with animals?

Post a job
Powered by Convio
nonprofit software