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  • Spay/Neuter Veterinarian

    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. 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: December 30, 2014 Posted: June 30, 2014
  • 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
  • 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
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