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  • Registered Vet Tech/Medical Manager

    Brother Wolf Animal Rescue

    Looking to hire for a 30 hour per week medical manager position (3- 10 hr days.) Supervisory experience required as well as minimum of 2 years of working in a RVT capacity. Must be Friendly attitude and excellent people and customer service skills a must. Ability to use Pet Point a plus- but will train the right person.Responsibilities include: administering vaccinations, examine all animals for health history, perform brief intake exam and administer medications as required. Communicating routinely with veterinarians and monitoring animals' progress following surgery. Prepare animals for surgery and general medical procedures. Keep inventory of supplies and medications and re-order when necessary. Work within a provided budget. Draw blood, urine and fecal samples and determine treatment protocols as appropriate. Maintain medical records in accordance with BWAR policies and procedures, and input into Petpoint. Assist foster homes with medical needs on a daily basis.

    Closing Date: April 17, 2014 Posted: April 3, 2014
  • Adoption Center manager

    Forsyth Humane Society

    Manage adoption center operations, including: animal intake and placement; effective, humane, and responsible care for all animals in our care; active and innovative promotion of animals and adoption center activities; appropriate staffing and superior customer service; facility and vehicle maintenance and repair; effective staff supervision and development; administration of adoption center budget; and tracking and reporting of adoption center results. The adoption center manager is also responsible for: serving as primary liaison to the adoption center committee; ensuring adherence to the policies and procedures manual; advocating for and implementing updates to policies and procedures as needed; positive and collaborative working relationships with other animal welfare organizations in Forsyth County; and effective communications and outreach to the veterinary community in Forsyth County.

    Closing Date: April 30, 2014 Posted: March 31, 2014
  • Position Wanted: Outreach/Volunteer Coordinator/Development/Management

    Hi, my name is Alex! I am a May 2011 graduate of UNC-Chapel Hill with degrees in Biology and Political Science. In college I worked part time as a veterinary assistant, held several competitive internships with local non-profits, was the treasurer of the Pre-Veterinary Club from 2008-11, and led UNC's only animal welfare group, Helping Paws, from 2009-11. After graduation I spent 6 months in Fukushima, Japan doing animal rescue work, from 2012-13 I worked at the Shenandoah Valley Spay/Neuter Clinic as the assistant to the director, and I am currently working as the Volunteer and Programs Assistant at the Richmond SPCA. I am looking for a non-profit management position that will allow me to improve outcomes. I am experienced in fundraising, Wordpress, social media, outreach coordination, event planning, volunteer recruitment/training, and analysis. Please email me at or contact me through my website I am willing to relocate for a position.

    Closing Date: April 30, 2014 Posted: February 19, 2014
  • 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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