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  • Executive Director

    Morris Animal Refuge

    The Morris Animal Refuge seeks an Executive Director to lead a dedicated team to provide a full range of preventive, protective and adoption services for abused, neglected and abandoned cats, dogs and other small animals. Candidates should possess a successful track record as an executive leader and compassion for humane animal care. We seek a leader with who has achieved results in the areas of Strategic Development and Execution, Finance, Fundraising, Board Engagement and External Outreach. Desirable candidates will possess excellent communication /presentation skills and demonstrate proficiency in organizational development, human resources, marketing, and executive administration. The ideal leader will have led successful capital campaign that delivered $5M plus to the organization. We seek an ED who presents with passion and integrity among diverse stakeholders to build a community of support. Bachelor’s Degree (Master’s Preferred), Min 5 years of executive leadership exp.

    Closing Date: September 29, 2015 Posted: September 1, 2015
  • Director of Shelter Medicine

    Morris Animal Refuge

    The Morris Animal Refuge is seeking a qualified, compassionate, and skilled veterinarian to serve as the full-time Director of Shelter Medicine. Interested applicants should have a keen interest in shelter work, experience working with a large volume of dogs and cats in a small space, and a passion for teaching and educational outreach. Position responsibilities include the examination, diagnosis, and treatment of shelter animals, as well as the on-site performance of high-quality sterilization surgeries, soft tissue surgery, and general dentistry. As the resident expert, the Director of Shelter Medicine is responsible for the development and maintenance of medical treatment protocols and the subsequent guidance and training of shelter staff. Interested individuals should display a high aptitude toward educational outreach. Applicants are invited to contact the shelter by email at jobs@morrisanimalrefuge.org to request a complete job description and to submit a CV.

    Closing Date: September 20, 2015 Posted: August 23, 2015
  • Veterinarian

    Animal Care Sanctuary

    Animal Care Sanctuary (ACS), one of the largest sanctuaries in the US, is conducting a search for two veterinarians for our low cost community clinics and care for our shelter animals. The clinic performs spay/neuter as well as appointments for vaccination, minor treatments and education. Our shelter animals receive any medical care needed. East Smithfield and Wellsboro are located in the beautiful Endless Mountains of PA. Close to Ithaca, Finger Lakes, Corning, Elmira and Binghamton, recreation and stores are all around but the cost of living is low. Schools, medical care are excellent. The positions include competitive wages, benefit package, paid time off and no on-call. Weekend work would be six days a year for rabies and spay/neuter clinics or Vet Stations at events. ACS is celebrating our 50th year in 2017. These positions are an opportunity to work with a well-respected leader in animal sheltering. We are looking for vets that will be an integral part of the leadership team.

    Closing Date: October 15, 2015 Posted: August 10, 2015
  • Veterinarian

    Catnip Acres

    Seeking an enthusiastic and dynamic professional with great compassion for animals. We are a small, fast-paced, medical/surgical practice located in Greene County, Pennsylvania. We are dedicated to affordable care for all pets, with an emphasis on subsidized spay/neuter clinics and preventative care. Our state-of-the-art equipment includes digital radiography, complete in-house lab and well-equipped surgical suite. Our ideal candidate: works well with the staff, clients and the animals, is innovative and community minded. Salary negotiable commensurate with experience. Monday through Friday plus occasional evening shift or weekend shifts to accommodate working clients. Two weeks paid vacation annually. Note: this position is eligible for Public Student Loan Forgiveness ( Under this program, you may qualify for forgiveness of the remaining balance due on your William D. Ford Federal Direct Loan Program).

    Closing Date: December 31, 2015 Posted: August 3, 2015
  • Spay/Neuter Vet

    Pennsylvania SPCA

    The Pennsylvania SPCA is seeking an experienced veterinary surgeon for their high quality/high volumes spay/neuter surgeon position. Experience in high volume setting a must. Applicant should be comfortable performing 35-45 surgical alterations daily. Opportunities to perform surgeries other than spays and neuters exist, and interest/ability in a variety of surgical procedures is desired. The PSPCA surgery group is a small community inside a larger community, and is looking for a surgeon who wants to be part of a team. Surgeons work closely with shelter, forensic, and outpatient veterinary staff. Surgeon may teach and support veterinary students and volunteers in the course of their duties. Surgeon should expect to have a voice in protocol creation, surgery practices, and direction of department. Expect a fast paced, energetic environment, with a balance of routine procedures and new challenges.

    Closing Date: September 30, 2015 Posted: July 15, 2015
  • Veterinarian (Part or Full-Time)

    Philadelphia Animal Welfare Society

    PAWS is hiring a full time or part time veterinarian. The schedule is still being determined but will include at least one weekend day weekly. This position will float between our two clinics. High volume spay/neuter a plus but willing to train the right candidate. PAWS Wellness Clinic provides a means for low income families and animal rescue organizations in Philadelphia to access basic veterinary services for their dogs and cats. The clinic is equipped with the medications and resources to handle routine outpatient cases including wellness exams, skin conditions, upper respiratory infections, gastrointestinal disease, non-emergent urinary tract conditions, minor soft-tissue injuries, and other preventative care. The clinic veterinarian is responsible for examining in-house shelter animals that require medical attention as well as seeing approximately 15-20 appointments through the outpatient clinic.

    Closing Date: November 30, 2015 Posted: June 16, 2015

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