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  • Medical Director

    Pennsylvania SPCA

    The Medical Director will manage and to practice in our large outpatient care and clinical services operations. The Wellness Center cares for over 26,000 patients each year and provides a wide range of medical and wellness services (including spay and neuter surgeries) to the residents of Philadelphia and the surrounding areas. We provide broad surgical services and perform a full range of forensics duties in support of our Humane Law Enforcement and Litigation teams. To view the entire job description, visit our website at www.pspca.org. All resumes and salary requirements should be sent to recruitment@pspca.org

    Closing Date: January 31, 2014 Posted: November 4, 2013
  • Mobile Spay/Neuter Veterinarian - Crystal Coast, North Carolina

    Spay 2 Save Mobile Clinic

    The Spay 2 Save mobile spay/neuter clinic based in Carteret County, coastal North Carolina, seeks an experienced DVM for a High Quality/High Volume Spay/Neuter clinic. Dream schedule of 4 days per week leaves plenty of time to “Live the Waterfront” and take advantage of the many outdoor activities in the area, such as diving, boating, kayaking or beachcombing on Cape Lookout National Seashore. Operate the 2012 state-of-the-art 33’ La Boit mobile clinic outfitted with latest equipment, a surgical suite with two tables, cages to house 29 animals and all of the tools necessary for success. Must be: capable of performing 29 surgeries per day (training available to increase speed if needed), energetic, positive, and a team player. Great benefits: 12 paid vacation/sick days per year, $250 stipend per month for personal health insurance, $800 annual CE…. plus a $2,500 signing bonus! Salary is $60,000 to $70,000 DOE. Exciting opportunity to use your skills and be part of an organization leading the way in addressing the pet overpopulation problem through quality care for animals in eastern North Carolina.

    Closing Date: January 15, 2014 Posted: September 18, 2013
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