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  • Animal Clinic Receptionist

    East Bay SPCA

    The East Bay SPCA is looking for an Animal Clinic Receptionist. This position is responsible for greeting and processing clients, answering phone calls as needed, scheduling appointments, daily reconciliation of all transactions, filing of client records, educating the public on general health care and ensuring that excellent client care is delivered at all times.

    Closing Date: April 1, 2015 Posted: February 10, 2015
  • Dog Trainer

    Best Friends Animal Society

    Position Summary: 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. Develop and implement innovative training and residential management programs for behaviorally challenged dogs to increase quality of life and adoptability. Develop and present workshops for staff and visitors. Assist caregivers with making daily interactions with the dogs training opportunities. Please check out the full job description on the Careers section of our website.

    Closing Date: April 1, 2015 Posted: February 10, 2015
  • Clinic Manager

    PAWS Chicago

    The PAWS Chicago Lurie Spay/Neuter Clinic, is the Midwest’s largest low-cost, high volume spay/neuter and vaccine clinic. In 2014, the clinic performed 18, 290 spay/neuter surgeries and served 5,463 pets in the vaccine clinic. The Clinic Manager has the responsibility of effectively managing the daily operations of the clinic. From ensuring clinic patrons receive exceptional customer service to delivering financial and statistical reports to coordinating medical care with surgical veterinarians, a day in the life of the Clinic Manager is filled with both routine and exceptional experiences. If you are the person who thrives in a fast paced environment that is able to seamlessly shift focus all while mentoring clinic staff a positive attitude, you will find the Clinic Manager position also requires remarkable leadership ability. Those interested in learning more about the position requirements and preferences, please visit the employment page at .

    Closing Date: April 1, 2015 Posted: February 10, 2015
  • Animal Care Attendent (Part-Time)

    Animal Rescue League of Southern RI

    The Animal Rescue League of Southern Rhode Island is currently looking for a part-time animal care attendant. Duties include, but are not limited to, cleaning dog kennels/cat cages, feeding shelter animals, walking, bathing and socializing cats and dogs, handling the public, as well being responsible for maintaining the the interior and exterior grounds. Individual should possess strong customer service skills and be self-motivated, reliable and must be able to work well with others. Prior experience working in an animal care environment is a must! Please send resume, no phone calls please.

    Closing Date: March 10, 2015 Posted: February 10, 2015
  • Development Director

    La Plata County Humane Society

    The Development Director, reporting to the Board of Directors, will be responsible for creating, achieving and implementing the fundraising/marketing goals and activities of LPC Humane Society. This includes maintaining a high level of public awareness about the importance of philanthropic donations to LPCHS, engaging donors and potential donors by leveraging relationships within the Four Corners region, and representing LPCHS through public appearance and/or attending events. Five – ten years in professional fundraising environment or related field with proven ability to manage and obtain major gifts as well as maintain good public relations. • Proven track record of achieving revenue targets and/or a quota of over $300,000 a year for a minimum of three – five years.

    Closing Date: March 31, 2015 Posted: February 10, 2015
  • Veterinary Services Lead Technician

    Halifax Humane Society

    Now seeking a motivated individual for the Veterinary Services Lead Technician position in our medical services department. This position oversees and provides administrative as well as practical support for the day-to-day activities involved with all clinic Veterinary Services procedures. Other duties include providing leadership and training to staff and volunteers, impeccable customer service, imparting accurate information and maintaining the department’s equipment ensuring a professional working environment on all levels. Applicants must be compassionate, team focused, detail-oriented and flexible. Excellent customer service skills, basic bookkeeping knowledge and organizational skills are preferred. Full-time position starts at $9.50/hr. and includes great benefit package and the ability to feel great about the work you do! Email cover letter and resume to or fax to 386-267-0651.

    Closing Date: March 9, 2015 Posted: February 9, 2015
  • Shelter Veterinary Technician

    Cat Care Society

    Feline only animal shelter in Lakewood is seeking a veterinary technician, full-time or part-time. We are looking for an outgoing, hard-working individual to join our team; 2 – 3 years of shelter experience preferred. Responsibilities include animal evaluation and receiving, distribution of cats’ medications, working with the clinic as needed, coordinating the foster care program, assisting visitors with questions about their cats, and acting as the advocate for shelter cats’ specific health needs. Answering general client questions and working with the public and shelter staff and volunteers are also part of the daily routine. Hours: 8:00 am – 1:00 pm Mondays; 8:00 am to 5:30 pm Tuesday through Friday More details at

    Closing Date: March 31, 2015 Posted: February 9, 2015
  • Shelter Medicine RVT

    Placer SPCA

    Placer SPCA seeks a full time licensed CA Registered Veterinary Technician to join our veterinary team. Responsibilities include but are not limited to: assisting with animal intake, health examinations & rechecks, daily animal care and observations, lab work, administration of vaccinations and medications, assist with spay/neuter surgeries, dental procedures, medical record keeping and data entry. For more information go to our website

    Closing Date: March 31, 2015 Posted: February 7, 2015
  • Relief Surgical Prep Tech

    PAWS Chicago

    The Surgical Prep Tech assists the Veterinarian during medical and surgical procedures, monitors anesthesia, administers doses of medications and prepares samples to be sent to outside laboratories.They will Prepare animals for surgical suite. Monitor animal, draw medications, administer medications, shave, intubate and generally prepare animal for surgery as required by veterinarian including blood draws, IV and performs blood, fecal and urinalysis. Move animal into and out of surgical suite. Maintain visual check on animals throughout the anesthesia process and post-recovery holding area. Clean, sterilize and prepare surgical instruments/materials as required in advance of need. Maintain inventory on surgical items including supplies for sale. Maintain required records and manage controlled and non-controlled medications. Preference will be given to applicants who are CVT, although a candidate with a minimum of 3 years technician experience will be considered.

    Closing Date: March 15, 2015 Posted: February 6, 2015
  • Certified Veterinary Technician

    PAWS Chicago

    The Certified Veterinary Technician will work at PAWS Chicago Rescue & Recovery Center (3516 West 26th Street, Chicago). The individual will work closely with veterinarians providing daily care, treatment, and support of the shelter animals. Clinical Services: Provide technical assistance to shelter veterinarians and communicate regarding changes in patient condition, results of diagnostic tests and procedures and treatment questions. Position responsibilities include shelter animal intake and evaluation procedures; diagnostics; health assessment of shelter animals; care of shelter animals including emergency and intensive care as required; restraint; patient and equipment preparation for diagnostic procedures, monitoring, and evaluating shelter animals; administration of medication; catheter placement; maintenance of IV’s. Perform quality control of shelter technical services such as disinfection procedures, in-house diagnostic services and animal selection and intake.

    Closing Date: March 15, 2015 Posted: February 6, 2015
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