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  • Staff Veterinarian

    ASPCA

    The ASPCA Animal Hospital (AAH) provides high quality specialized and general medicine to the public, as well as to shelter animals and those who have been victims of cruelty. We are searching for a Staff Veterinarian skilled in diagnosis and treatment of outpatients and hospitalized animals with the ability to successfully work in a high-volume, fast-paced emergency practice. For more information visit us at aspca.org/jobs.

    Closing Date: July 31, 2014 Posted: June 9, 2014
  • Manager, Veterinary Technicians

    ASPCA

    ASPCA is in search of a Manager, Veterinary Technicians. The Manager, Veterinary Technicians is responsible for a wide range of complex administrative activities in the hospital. With the Director of Technicians they are responsible for insuring adequate staffing 24/7 of veterinary technicians and animal care technicians in a 20 doctor practice that sees over 25,000 patients a year. To learn more about the role including responsibilities and requirements visit us at aspca.org/jobs.

    Closing Date: August 1, 2014 Posted: June 9, 2014
  • Adoptions Counselor

    Animal Care & Control of NYC

    Promote public adoption of animals at all AC&C adoption locations or events. Provide excellent and enthusiastic customer service to potential customers through adoption counseling, answering questions, and assisting with animal interactions and paperwork. Provide with enthusiasm and based on knowledge of AC&C’s policies and adoption process. • Actively reach out to and interact with prospective adopters to find out what they are looking for in a pet. Physically handle and show animals available for adoption. Educate prospective adopters on the responsibilities of pet ownership. Interact with and get to know available animals in order to provide information and make best possible matches.Review adoption applications interview prospective adopters, and make decisions on adoptions.Process adoption paperwork including collection of adoption fee. Photograph adoptions and keep record of positive adoption stories. Work with Adoption Liaison to identify appropriate animals for offsite events.

    Closing Date: July 31, 2014 Posted: May 13, 2014
  • Veterinarian

    Animal Care & Control of NYC

    Provide leadership, direction, and training for the medical and surgical care of all shelter animals. Triage and stabilize ill and injured animals, diagnose and treat medical conditions, anesthetize and perform surgery. Recognition and documentation of animal cruelty, including expert witness testimony. Advise on placement and euthanasia decisions. Work to ensure health of population and compliance with relevant state law and city code. Properly record all drug activity, DEA logs and statistics, medical records, data entry. DVM, VMD, or equivalent degree; Licensure in NYS state; previous clinical experience; keen surgical and diagnostic skills. Visit nycacc.org/careers.htm for a full job description.

    Closing Date: August 31, 2014 Posted: May 13, 2014
  • Quality Assurance Assistant

    Animal Care & Control of NYC

    Responsible for reviewing/analyzing records and data to ensure quality and accuracy; assessing and assuring compliance to policies and procedures; identifying trends and areas to be addressed; and reporting data to improve operations. Develop reports and conduct research on special projects. Provide backup for Population Coordinator as assigned. Must be 18 years of age or older. College degree preferred. Minimum six (6) months experience working in animal welfare. Strong computer skills, well versed in computer software packages (e.g. Microsoft Office) required; experience with animal sheltering software a plus (e.g. Chameleon, PetPoint, ShelterBuddy). Visit http://www.nycacc.org/careers.htm for a full job description.

    Closing Date: July 31, 2014 Posted: May 13, 2014
  • New Hope Liaison

    Animal Care & Control of NYC

    Responsible for reviewing, selecting and placing companion animals that are surrendered to the AC&C. Cultivate and maintain relationships with animal welfare adoption partners. Maintain communications with shelter via phone, email, and visits. Document, review and relay information to New Hope Partners as deemed necessary and appropriate. Schedule, coordinate and prepare transports for each animal placed. Review and update New Hope Partner placements daily. Attend off-site New Hope functions as needed. H.S. Diploma required; Bachelor’s Degree preferred. Minimum one year of shelter experience with preference of customer service and animal placement experience. Visit http://www.nycacc.org/careers.htm for a full job description.

    Closing Date: July 31, 2014 Posted: April 28, 2014
  • Animal Care Supervisor

    Animal Care & Control of NYC

    In absence of Care Center Manager, assume all operational responsibilities, supervision, and oversight of the Animal Care Department. Provide supervision of the staff in conjunction with maintaining schedules, attendance reports, payroll, performance goals, and training ensuring compliance with policies/procedures. Conduct regular rounds to ensure appropriate care of animal population and responsiveness of staff to animal needs and assigned tasks. Generate the At Risk list to New Hope partners as assigned by manager. H.S. Diploma/GED. Minimum 21 years of age and 3 years of relevant experience. Valid NY State Driver's License. Visit www.nycacc.org/careers.htm for a full job description.

    Closing Date: July 31, 2014 Posted: April 24, 2014
  • Care Center Manager

    Animal Care & Control of NYC

    Responsible for the overall operations of the Care Center; including implementing shelter based programs to exceed the standards of humane animal husbandry and customer service. Monitor building maintenance needs and sanitation of kennels/equipment. Directs and supervises shelter staff in the performance of their responsibilities. Collaborates with the medical team to ensure that medical care is delivered to animals in a timely and ethical manner. Minimum 21 yrs of age. H.S. Diploma/GED required. College degree preferred. Must have previous supervisory experience and at least 5 years experience in leadership capacity. Visit www.nycacc.org for a full job description.

    Closing Date: July 31, 2014 Posted: April 24, 2014
  • Volunteer Liaison

    Animal Care & Control of NYC

    Collaborate with Volunteer Manager for support in the organization of the Volunteer Program located in the Manhattan Care Center. Oversee the scheduling, training, placement, recognition and administration of the volunteer members. Monitor safety issues among volunteers, including proper training in humane animal handling techniques. Generate monthly program activity reports. Develop positive working relations between volunteers and AC&C staff to ensure an optimally healthy and safe work environment. Bachelor’s degree preferred and two years of supervisory level in an active volunteer program, or related experience. Knowledge of Excel, Powerpoint, Outlook. Visit www.nycacc.org/careers.htm for a full job description.

    Closing Date: July 31, 2014 Posted: April 23, 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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