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  • Associate Veterinarian

    Spartanburg Humane Society

    A veterinarian of the Spartanburg Humane Society (SHS) is responsible for the day to day evaluation, treatment and rehabilitation efforts of animals brought to the shelter, doing surgery in a high volume spay and neuter setting, and seeing low income and adoption clients for wellness care. He or she will work closely with the managers and supervisors in the animal shelter, clinic, and kennel operations as well as foster care volunteers in evaluating the health of animals. Performs high volume spay and neuter surgery for animals adopted from the SHS as well as owned animals. Demonstrate skills in diagnosis and treatment of both shelter and owned animals. Perform tests where appropriate to determine the health of individual animals and/or the overall health of the animals at the shelter Current licenses and involvement in veterinary associations

    Closing Date: May 31, 2014 Posted: April 14, 2014
  • Volunteer/Foster Coordinator

    Spartanburg Humane Society

    The Spartanburg Humane Society is looking for a qualified, motivated person as the Volunteer/Foster Coordinator. This person will be required to recruit, train, qualify and manage the active volunteers and foster families for the purpose of supporting the staff of the Spartanburg Humane Society. The successful volunteer/foster coordinator candidate will need to possess great communication skills; be proficient with Microsoft Office products; an avid user of social media (Facebook and Twitter); possess knowledge of various animal care practices and breeds including the integration of new four-legged family members with existing pets, recognizing signs of aggression/illness, etc.; community event management; , planning skills; time-management ability; ability to quickly assess innate abilities and talents in potential volunteers and fosters; as well as the skill and desire to constantly grow and evolve both programs with the ever changing and demanding industry of animal welfare.

    Closing Date: May 31, 2014 Posted: March 18, 2014
  • Veterinarian

    Pawmetto Lifeline

    Interested in part-time hours with a full time salary and benefits? Enjoy leaving work at work every day, while at the same time making a positive impact on your community? If you answered yes to these questions then you should consider becoming a valued member of our mobile vaccine clinic team! Pawmetto Lifeline, a 501c3, animal rescue organization is adding a staff veterinarian to our popular Care-A-Van program. We are looking for a community-minded person with a can-do attitude that thrives in a fast-paced environment. Our successful candidate will leave work every day knowing that they’ve made a difference in the lives of the animals and the people that they served. By extension, their hard work will create opportunities to save countless lives each and every week! Your typical work week will consist of roughly 30 hours spent between Friday afternoons, Saturdays and Sundays – no nights and no on call hours. We offer great benefits including 2 weeks paid vacation in the first year, health insurance, life insurance, state licensure fees, malpractice insurance, annual CE, and an assortment of memberships along with a an annual salary of $70,000. You must hold a license in good standing in the State of South Carolina or be able to obtain said license within two weeks of a job offer to be considered. Please email to express interest in this position. About the Care-A-Van: The Care-A-Van is a true mobile vaccine service designed to provide pet owners with convenient access to low-cost vaccines and products to keep their dogs and cats healthy. As a mission-focused program, we focus on providing appropriate education to our clients with regard to contagious disease, spay and neuter and the need to establish and maintain regular veterinary care for their pets. The service operates in various locations throughout South Carolina on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. Proceeds directly benefit Pawmetto Lifeline’s life-saving mission. For more information visit About Pawmetto Lifeline: Pawmetto Lifeline is a 501(c) 3 not-for-profit animal rescue organization dedicated to forming a humane solution for the pet overpopulation issue in the Midlands through education, legislation, spay/neuter programs and responsible adoptions. Formed in 1999, Pawmetto Lifeline has rescued over 8,700 cats and dogs scheduled for euthanasia from local shelters in Lexington and Richland Counties. For additional information visit

    Closing Date: January 1, 2014 Posted: September 5, 2013

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