Location: Grand Rapids, Michigan
The primary role of the relief veterinarian is to perform quality high volume spay and neuter of shelter animals. Ensure overall health, treatment and diagnosis of animals; regular examinations; follow up on known medical issues or needed rechecks/treatments; and proper documentation of animal medical records (records should be complete before animals are made available to the public).
Location: Columbus, Ohio
The ASPCA is seeking a Playgroup Coordinator to provide physical and social enrichment, basic training, and supervision of playgroups for dogs under the care of the ASPCA. This position is located in the Greater Columbus, Ohio area.
Location: Charlotte, North Carolina
The Kennel Manager is responsible for overseeing all functions and staff of the Animal Care Department at the Humane Society of Charlotte. Essential responsibilities include providing for the daily husbandry needs of the animals in our care, improving the adoptability of our animals via behavioral and medical monitoring, as well as counseling potential adopters and providing staff and volunteers with training and skill development.
Location: Holualoa, Hawaii
As Hawaii Island’s only open admission shelter, Hawaii Island Humane Society (HIHS) provides for the needs of our community by accepting any animal, regardless of species, age, behavior, health, and circumstance. HIHS operates three shelter locations (in Kailua-Kona, Waimea, and Kea’au) and provides shelter for homeless, stray, injured, lost, and abandoned animals. For nearly 30 years, HIHS has served as the sole provider of animal control services in Hawaii County.
Location: Chattanooga, Tennessee
Reports to: Executive Director
Supervises: Licensed Veterinary Technician, Veterinary Technician, Veterinary Assistant, Surgical Technicians
The Shelter Veterinarian reports to the Executive Director and is responsible for daily veterinary care of shelter animals and the sterilization of all surgical patients according to protocols in the spay/neuter clinic. Quality patient care is of utmost importance. The Shelter Veterinarian will be expected to perform a minimum of 25 surgeries daily following the adjustment period.