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  • Staff Veterinarian

    Angels for Animals

    Full and part time positions. Working under the direction of the manager, you will practice aspects of normal veterinary medicine with primary focus on spay and neuter surgeries, examinations, and shelter care. Veterinarians will perform between 30-40 spays and neuters daily, also be able to perform nurmerous types of spay and neuter surgeries such as overweight, in heat, etc. Qualifying candidates must have Ohio License, able to pass a background check, be dependable, have reliable transportation, and hold or be eligible for state-controlled license. Staff veterinarians will work as a team with staff and volunteers, implement and support policies and procedures, and support special programs and events.

    Closing Date: December 28, 2014 Posted: May 29, 2014
  • Shelter Veterinarian

    Sauk County Humane Society

    Develop/implement a comprehensive shelter animal health care program; direct kennel staff; train; monitor animal population. Responsible for all aspects of healthcare for shelter animals, including evaluation, diagnosis, disease prevention, treatments, spay/neuter. Ensure protocols for cleaning and disinfection are based on current practices specifically for animal shelters. Responsible for supervision of controlled drug logs. 3 years’ experience in shelter setting desired, or five to ten years experience in an alternate veterinary setting. DEA license. Schedule—Three/four days, 15-20 hours per week, including two Saturdays or Sundays/month. Must be a positive, energetic team player capable of thriving in a shelter environment. Strong work ethic and commitment to our mission is paramount. Must possess a DVM/VMD degree and be licensed in Wisconsin. Send cover letter (including salary requirements) and resume to: Rose@saukhumane.org.

    Closing Date: September 15, 2014 Posted: May 15, 2014
  • Licensed Veterinary Technician

    Bideawee

    •Proficiency in proper animal restraint. •Ability to draw blood and place catheters (jugular and femoral catheterization a plus). •Experienced or educated in laboratory procedures such as proper blood and specimen handling, reading of fecal assays and urinalysis. •Familiar with radiographic technique and positioning. •Administration of intravenous drugs and anesthetic agents, including understanding of the basic mechanics of an anesthesia machine. •Monitoring of all patients and able to identify medical emergencies. •Proficiency in aseptic technique, including cleaning, sterilizing and packing of surgical instruments, drapes and gowns. •Ability to assist in surgery at the discretion of the veterinary doctor. •Maintain cleanliness in the kennel, prep room and surgery areas; stocking as needed. •Controlled drug log recording. •Inventory management. •Client communication and education •Basic understanding or the ability to learn veterinary software programs.

    Closing Date: December 31, 2014 Posted: April 1, 2014
  • Veterinarian

    Michigan Humane Society

    Michigan Humane Society has a full-time opening for a Veterinarian at our Rochester Hills veterinary center. Responsibilities include diagnosing and treating animals, performing routine services such as administering vaccines and medications, performing sterilizations and surgeries, stabilizing ill and injured animals, interpreting tests, maintaining records, providing client education and payment information, and directing staff. Must hold Michigan DVM license. Pay is commensurate with experience. Employees receive PTO and salary deferral plan. Full time employees eligible for health, dental, and prescription coverage and life and disability insurance. Veterinarians receive continuing education and uniform allowances. Visit www.michiganhumane.org to view job posting and apply.

    Closing Date: January 28, 2014 Posted: November 29, 2013
  • Spay and Neuter Veterinarian- PT

    Erie County SPCA

    The SPCA Serving Erie County in Buffalo, NY, a non-profit 501(c) (3) organization, is seeking a part-time veterinarian to perform surgical sterilizations and help with medical and surgical needs of animals in our care. Applicants will need to be able to thrive in a fast paced environment. A strong work ethic and a commitment is required to our mission to reduce the unwanted pet overpopulation and promote animal health. Applicants will assist in training Veterinary Students, Veterinary technician students, staff & volunteers. Qualifications: Doctor of Veterinary Medicine or Veterinary Medical Doctor Degree & licensed to practice in New York State. One year of experience in a veterinary practice w/emphasis on spay/neuter skills. Must be able to evaluate health status in an objective manner & determine most appropriate treatment for an animal. Excellent benefit package. To apply, please send a cover letter and resume to DebbyW@spcaec.com or to SPCA Serving Erie County, ATTN: Veterinary Department, 205 Ensminger Road, Tonawanda, N.Y. 14150

    Closing Date: February 28, 2014 Posted: November 26, 2013
  • Veterinary Surgeon

    Spay Neuter Project of Los Angeles

    The Spay Neuter Project of Los Angeles (SNP LA) is a high volume, high quality spay/ neuter clinic located in Los Angeles, Ca. We are a non-profit organization with three locations open in Pico Rivera, San Pedro and Van Nuys. Our Van Nuys location is a two doctor practice. We are looking for full time vets, per diem vets and relief vets capable of doing 35-40 surgeries per day. Additionally, we are willing to mentor and train new veterinarians in the art of high quality, high volume spay and neuter. Mastering this skill will make you an asset to any private practice in the country. You can find out more about SNP LA at snpla.org. SNP LA offers an excellent support staff, clean, well equipped facilities and a competitive wage. We emphasize superior patient care, top-quality medicine and comprehensive client education. If you are interested in our organization, please send your resume to noel.jackson@snpla.org.

    Closing Date: April 1, 2014 Posted: November 25, 2013
  • Veterinarian Needed for Spay/Neuter Center

    PAWS of NE Louisiana Spay-Neuter Services

    Interested in using your skills to combat the pet overpopulation crisis in Northeast Louisiana? PAWS of NE Louisiana Spay-Neuter Services is opening a high-quality, high-volume spay neuter center in Monroe, LA and is looking for a full-time Veterinarian to perform surgical sterilizations as well as assist us in getting the center up and running . A strong work ethic and commitment to the mission to save lives through spay and neuter is required. Applicants will need to be able to thrive in a high volume fast paced environment and should be capable of performing at least 25 spay/neuter surgeries per day with the ability to increase to 35 per day within 6-9 months. Training will be provided on the high-quality high-volume spay/neuter technique. Come work with us and make a difference! To apply, please send a cover letter and resume to pawsnela@yahoo.com or to PAWS Spay-Neuter Services, Attn: Board of Directors, P. O. Box 15432, Monroe, LA 71207.

    Closing Date: February 23, 2014 Posted: November 23, 2013
  • Staff Veterinarian

    Eastbay SPCA

    The Eastbay SPCA is looking for a Part-time (20 hours) Veterinary Assistant. The position is responsible in assisting the veterinarian, registered veterinary technician and spay neuter manager on staff. Responsible for providing excellent client care as well as excellent animal care at our facility at all times. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, client service support, animal restraint, surgical preparations, recovery of animals, vaccinations and thorough cleaning of the surgery area and kennels as needed throughout the day. RESPONSIBILITIES: • Assist veterinary staff with intake and discharge of spay/neuter surgical patients • Assist veterinary assistants with surgical preparation of spay/neuter surgical patients • Monitor and maintain patients under anesthesia • Utilize available monitoring equipment for patients under anesthesia • Perform intubation on a variety of breeds, sizes and ages of dogs and cats • Assist veterinary assistants with recovery of spay/neuter surgical patients including the extubation of patients and temperature monitoring • Restrain animals appropriately and safely. • Keep spay/neuter facility clean, tidy and disinfected at all times (including but not limited to treatment, surgery, runs, cages, lobby, exam rooms) • Keep spay/neuter facility stocked with supplies at all times (including but not limited to treatment, surgery, runs, cages, lobby, exam rooms and bathroom) • Maintain, clean and sterilize instruments and packs; includes use of proper instrument handling and autoclave use as well as notifying technician staff of instruments in need of sharpening, repair or replacement • Properly and accurately prepare all client records in preparation for spay/neuter, examination and other veterinary services as needed • Assist customer service with monitoring voicemail, answering phones and scheduling of appointments for the spay/neuter facility • Acknowledge and greet all clients in a professional and timely fashion when assisting with customer service and other client interactions • Providing client education and support as needed • Enter shelter charges in Intravet on a daily basis • Assist with the preparation of prescriptions for shelter animals as directed by the staff veterinarian or RVT • Perform all other duties as needed

    Closing Date: January 18, 2014 Posted: November 18, 2013
  • Director of Medical Services

    Arizona Humane Society

    Director of Medical Services – Phoenix, AZ Overview The Director of Medical Services is an influential and strategic leader within the Arizona Humane Society, a nationally recognized animal health and welfare organization caring for nearly 45,000 animals each year. If you have experience building veterinary practices while developing strong teams and have a desire to leverage your skills to make a difference growing a mission-driven animal hospital and spay/neuter network, then consider a future with us. Business Management and Medical Leadership • Recruit, develop, mentor, and lead a cohesive and effective team • Interact effectively with the Board of Directors and Executive Team • Develop local and national medical, academic, and business relationships • Collaborate effectively internally and externally • Grow existing operations and develop the business case(s) for new operations • Develop budgets and execute strategic initiatives • Collect and analyze medical outcome and business data and use knowledge gained to inform decisions and establish effective practices and protocols • Secure beneficial supplier relationships and agreements • This position reports to the President and CEO Qualifications • DVM or VMD degree • Active license in at least one state and eligible to obtain an Arizona license • Advanced training in business principles or board-certification a plus • Strong leadership and communication skills required Competitive benefits. The Arizona Humane Society is an equal opportunity employer. Candidate information will be kept confidential. Email cover letter and resume to: hr@azhumane.org

    Closing Date: January 31, 2014 Posted: November 11, 2013
  • Spay/Neuter Veterinarian

    AnimalSave

    AnimalSave is looking for a part-time spay/neuter veterinarian available Wednesday, Thursdays, or Fridays for our mobile spay/neuter clinic. You will be working on a beautiful, well equipped 33’ La Boit spay/neuter clinic with 2 surgery tables, and highly skilled staff and RVT. AnimalSave, located in beautiful Grass Valley, CA is a 501(c)(3) Non-profit Corporation dedicated to transforming the lives of dogs and cats in our community. We help animals and people through our spay/neuter services, by finding loving homes for animals, and through our supplemental pet food distribution program for low-income families. Our Foster/Adoption Program finds loving homes for hundreds of animals each year. Our Low Cost Spay/Neuter Clinic greatly reduces the number of unwanted animals in our community. Our Low-Income Supplemental Pet Food Distribution Program enables families to keep their pets during these economically challenging times. Please submit resume and cover letter to crystallynheath@yahoo.com.

    Closing Date: March 1, 2014 Posted: November 5, 2013
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