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  • Spay/Neuter Veterinarian

    Pawmetto Lifeline

    Examine animals pre-op to determine their ability to withstand surgery. Perform surgical sterilizations. Examine animals post-op as necessary to ensure appropriate healing. Inoculate animals and provide recommendations for follow up care. Supervise cleaning program for prevention of infectious/zoonotic disease. Continue research and maintenance of safe and efficacious medical protocol regarding anesthesia and surgery. Supervise handling and recording of controlled substances by veterinary technicians. Supervise handling and recording of controlled substances by veterinary technicians. Supervise post-op rechecks and order of medical treatments as necessary to ensure complete surgical recovery.

    Closing Date: June 30, 2015 Posted: February 18, 2015
  • Senior Director of Development, Marketing, and Communications

    Charleston Animal Society

    Charleston Animal Society’s Senior Director of Development, Marketing and Communications oversees all planning and implementation of philanthropic and marketing strategies for the organization He/she, along with the development/marketing/communications team, assesses, plans, develops, implements and evaluates strategies, tactics, programs, policies, procedures and budgets to meet the needs of one of the highest-performing animal organizations in the nation. He/she is a dynamic spokesperson for Charleston Animal Society and creates a high community, regional and national profile for the organization and successfully engages the community in a wide spectrum of animal issues. Successful Candidates will: LEAD THE ORGANIZATION’S DEVELOPMENT OF MAJOR GIFTS AND PLANNED GIVING. DEVELOP AND IMPLEMENT CAPITAL CAMPAIGNS FOR VARIOUS PROJECTS.

    Closing Date: March 15, 2015 Posted: February 18, 2015
  • Veterinarian

    Spartanburg Humane Society

    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. Make recommendations on shelter disease management, sanitation, clinic procedures, supplies, veterinary equipment and supplies. Maintain active involvement in local, state, and national veterinary associations.

    Closing Date: March 31, 2015 Posted: January 7, 2015
  • Spay/Neuter Veterinarian

    Pawmetto Lifeline

    1)Examine animals pre-op to determine their ability to withstand surgery. 2)Perform surgical sterilizations. 3)Examine animals post-op as necessary to ensure appropriate healing. 4) Inoculate animals and provide recommendations for follow up care. 5)Supervise cleaning program for prevention of infectious/zoonotic disease. 6) Continue research and maintenance of safe and efficacious medical protocol regarding anesthesia and surgery. 7)Supervise handling and recording of controlled substances by veterinary technicians. 8)Supervise handling and recording of controlled substances by veterinary technicians. 9)Supervise post-op rechecks and order of medical treatments as necessary to ensure complete surgical recovery. 10)Actively promote spay and neuter, and educate clients on responsible animal ownership. 11)Actively support associate staff and volunteers, and promote the development of skills related to the advancement of our goals and mission.

    Closing Date: January 1, 2015 Posted: November 11, 2014

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