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  • SPCA of Brevard, Florida

    Veterinarian

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 11/18/2014

    The SPCA of Brevard, one of Florida’s premier animal adoption centers and high volume spay/neuter clinics is seeking a veterinarian to join our team and help in our efforts to make an impact on our No Kill mission for the animals of our community. Ideal candidate will be responsible for the day-to-day health of the animals in our shelter and will work to ensure the health of the population. They will work closely with our veterinary team and technicians to triage and stabilize ill animals, diagnose and treat a wide variety of medical conditions, including anesthetizing animals and preforming spay/neuter surgeries. Doctoral Degree in Veterinary Medicine from an accredited institution; a valid Florida Veterinary License; a commitment to animal welfare; a working knowledge of companion animal care and adoption issues; previous shelter experience required. Competitive salary range begins between $70,000 - $90,000, depending on experience. Flexible schedule, insurance reimbursement.


    Contact: Angie Dean, (321)567-3615, spcaadmin@spcabrevard.com

  • Estelle Marcus Animal Clinic- Humane Society Calumet Area, Indiana

    Spay/Neuter Veterinarian

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 11/18/2014

    Candidates must be able to perform high-volume spay/neuter surgeries. The position requires weekday hours, with some weekend hours. Responsibilites include, but are not limited to: performing high- volume spay/neuter surgeries, seeing patients on wellness clinic days, supervise vetrinarian technicians and assistants, supervise veterinary interns, develop medical programs with Clinic Director, and community outreach. A DVM degree from an accredited school of veterinary medicine is required. An Indiana license is required along with DEA license eligibility. Experience in a high-quality, high-volume spay/neuter clinic is preferred. Salary is based on experience.


    Contact: Sofia Perez, (219)924-7140, sperez@hscalumet.org

  • Austin Pets Alive!, Texas

    Associate Veterinarian

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 11/15/2014

    Austin Pets Alive! is on the cutting edge of shelter medicine. We are different because our medicine is aimed at saving all the lives in the community rather than just a few with the resources we have. APA!'s resources have grown year to year and we now have in house digital radiology. We have a parvo treatment ward that houses approximately 500 puppies per year as well as an orphan kitten nursery that cares for up to 1600 kittens per year with a full staff. The APA! Associate Veterinarian currently works 5 days a week. Two veterinarians oversee the medical wellness and illness care of all onsite and fostered animals. They both do elective surgeries and emergency surgery. The vast majority of spay/neuter is performed by a third veterinarian. APA! has a full compliment of very skilled technicians and the medical team is a vibrant part of the whole organization as we focus on keeping Austin No Kill as well as expanding to neighboring communities.


    Contact: Ellen Jefferson, (512)663-8643, ellen.jefferson@austinpetsalive.org

  • UC Davis Koret Shelter Medicine Program, California

    Associate Director, Koret Shelter Medicine Program

    Directors/Managers Job

    Posted on: 11/13/2014

    The Associate Director (AD) will assist the KSMP Director in advancing the program on all fronts. This includes developing and implementing a plan to accomplish the strategic vision as set by the Director of KSMP and the Director of CCAH. One primary goal of the AD is to evaluate align programmatic priorities and positions to accomplish the strategic goals of the KSMP. Other responsibilities include, but are not limited to:create and direct development strategies including donor stewardship, major gift requests, grant solicitations and reporting, and contract negotiations; oversight and management of all operations that support programming; financial analysis, planning and management; coordination of the Program’s shelter outreach work; supervising the implementation of broad marketing/PR strategies; conduct searches and hiring recommendations for all personnel; oversee team-building, performance evaluations training and mentoring of staff, other HR functions. Closes 12/15/14 E.O.E.


    Contact: Nancy Bei, (530)752-4990, nmbei@ucdavis.edu

  • Bakersfield SPCA, California

    Shelter Veterinarian

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 11/12/2014

    THE BAKERSFIELD SPCA RECENTLY TOOK OVER OPERATIONS FOR THE CITY OF BAKERSFIELD, IN KERN COUNTY, CA. THIS LOCATION IS UNDERGOING A TOTAL TRANSFORMATION AND WE NEED YOU TO HELP US SUCCEED! WE ARE SEEKING AN ENERGETIC, PROGRESSIVE AND COMMUNITY PROGRAM MINDED STAFF VETERINARIAN TO COMPLIMENT OUR RAPIDLY GROWING GAGGLE. WE OPERATE IN A TEAM ENVIRONMENT, WITH EXCITING OPPORTUNITIES EACH DAY. CATS AND DOGS MAINLY WITH THE OCCASIONAL POT BELLY PIG OR POCKET PET THROWN IN FOR FUN. OUR IDEAL CANDIDATE MUST HAVE A GREAT ATTITUDE, BE WILLING TO TRAIN OTHERS AND THINK FAST ON THEIR FEET. WE GUARANTEE A REWARDING ATMOSPHERE PLUS IT’S YOUR CHANCE TO BUILD A MEDICAL SUITE FROM THE GROUND UP! WE ARE SEEKING THAT SOMEONE SPECIAL WITH SHELTER MEDICINE EXPERIENCE OR HERD HEALTH.


    Contact: Julie Johnson, (661)832-7387, jjohnson@bakersfieldspca.org

  • Feral Cat Spay/Neuter Project, Washington

    Medical Director

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 11/11/2014

    The Feral Cat Spay/Neuter Project in Lynnwood, WA is seeking a part time veterinarian experienced in high volume s/n including pediatric procedures. This position would work closely with the Executive Director and would be responsible for the following: Management of the medical and clinic budgets, supervision of the veterinary and technician team, developing and maintaining the surgical and medical protocols for the clinic. Other responsibilities include being involved in outreach with other s/n clinics as well as the shelter, rescue, and the veterinary community. The clinic currently operates 4 days a week with a patient load of 50 cats per day at a ratio of 25 spays and 25 neuters. A sincere desire to work in rescue and to be part of a fast growing, community organization will be advantageous. Starting salary of 50K with some benefits as well as a flexible work schedule (24hrs a week). Must be licensed to practice in the WA with a current DEA license for controlled substances.


    Contact: Jason Thompson, (425)563-8575, jason@feralcatproject.org

  • Purdue University Veterinary Teaching Hospital, Indiana

    Veterinary Technologist - Shelter Medicine/Small Animal Surgery

    Technician Job

    Posted on: 11/11/2014

    PU Veterinary Teaching Hospital seeks Shelter Medicine Tech. Will accompany DVM to locations in Indiana in mobile surgery unit providing technical support/clinical instruction to DVM/vet tech students during spay/castration surgeries. As schedule will also provide technical support/clinical instruction in the area of Small Animal Surgery. Will share after-hours on-call duties. Must be graduate of AVMA accredited vet tech program, licensable in IN. RVT experience preferred, but not required. Shelter medicine experience preferred. Occasional overnight travel necessary. Must obtain IN CDL Class A driver’s license. Application must be submitted through careers website. www.purdue.edu/hr/careers Posting #1402948.The College of Veterinary Medicine at Purdue University values, nurtures, and respects all members of its community and ensures an environment of inclusive excellence where all students, faculty, and staff are inspired and empowered to achieve their full potential.


    Contact: Dannell E. Smith, (765)496-9585, smithde@purdue.edu

  • Maryland SPCA, MD

    Director of Veterinary Services

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 11/07/2014

    The Maryland SPCA is a private, non-profit organization that improves the lives of pet and people in the community. We do this through adoption, spay/neuter and outreach programs. We have a newly created position for a Director of Veterinary Services. This position functions as the lead veterinarian and is responsible for establishing and maintaining the MDSPCA’s standard of care. He/she will oversee our Spay/Neuter Clinic, our Wellness Clinic and work closely with our shelter operations team on the development and implementation of shelter animal veterinary care. Requirements include a minimum of 5 years clinical practical experience with ability to work weekends and holidays as needed; previous management and shelter medicine experience preferred. Please send resume with cover letter to dcarroll@mdspca.org.


    Contact: Deidre Carroll, (410)235-8826, dcarroll@mdspca.org

  • Arizona Animal Welfare League, Arizona

    Veterinarian

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 11/06/2014

    Arizona Animal Welfare League is looking for a full-time, 4 day/week veterinarian to run our public veterinary hospital in Phoenix, Arizona. The hospital is attached to our progressive no-kill animal shelter but serves the public. We are looking for someone with great compassion and skills, ability to cater to a wide range of clients with empathy and professionalism, superior communication skills, and flexibility. Our mission is to give the pet owners of the Phoenix valley a lower cost option to veterinary care and keep pets in their homes and out of the shelter system. We see a range of routine private practice cases, from dental infections to orthopedics. We are a fully equipped facility will digital x-ray, ultrasound, video otoscope, exam rooms and a newer surgical suite. Salary Flexible


    Contact: Maranda Weathermon, (623)217-1171, MWeathermon@aawl.org

  • Spay Neuter Assistance Program, Inc, Texas

    Executive Director

    Directors/Managers Job

    Posted on: 11/03/2014

    SNAP, a veterinary nonprofit organization based in Houston TX, is looking for an enthusiastic and experienced individual to fill the role of Executive Director. The Executive Director is responsible for the overall administration and management of the organization including service programs, fundraising and business operations. Areas of responsibility include planning and evaluation, policy development and administration, personnel and fiscal management and public relations. Requires four to ten years related experience; working in a senior management role is preferred. Ideal candidate is proficient in all current business software (Microsoft Office Suite and Outlook), experience managing senior staff and working with budgets. Qualified candidates should be comfortable speaking in front of groups and in multiple media outlets in a professional manner. Minimum required Master’s degree (M.A.) or equivalent; preference for candidate with D.V.M. degree / licensure.


    Contact: Gil Lizalde, (713)862-3863, glizalde@snapus.org

  • All About Animals Rescue, Michigan

    Spay/Neuter Surgeon

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 10/30/2014

    Looking for a change? Love surgery? Committed to ending pet overpopulation? We want you! Seeking experienced surgeon, confident, caring veterinarian for high-quality, 30+/day Spay/Neuter Clinic based on the gold standard Humane Alliance model (www.humanealliance.org). Please contact diannaw@allaboutanimalsrescue.org.


    Contact: Renee Jarackas, (586)879-1745, reneej@allaboutanimalsrescue.org

  • Stafford Animal Shelter, Humane Society of Park County, Montana

    Veterinary Technician

    Technician Job

    Posted on: 10/29/2014

    35-40 hours/week with time off to enjoy beautiful Livingston Montana and nearby Yellowstone National Park. Responsible for implementing procedures and practices ensuring the health of individual Shelter animals and the herd health of the Shelter population. Responsible for direct supervision of animal care technicians implementing medical and hygiene standards. Works in collaboration with veterinarian, administers medications and injections. Treats animals humanely, transmits these values to others and consults with prospective adopters re: animal’s health and temperament. Maintains animals’ vaccinations and medical records. Ensures the security of medications and medical equipment. Oversees foster care program. Usually one day for spay/neuter surgery assist and the rest of the week for above duties. Requirement: Current Veterinary Technician license applicable to practice in Montana.


    Contact: Kris King, (406)222-1313, pr@staffordanimalshelter.org

  • Pets In Need, California

    Registered Veterinary Technician

    Technician Job

    Posted on: 10/28/2014

    The RVT provides nursing care and assists in medical treatments, handling, and procedures as directed by the Medical Director. Essential duties and functions include, but are not limited to: monitor health of shelter guests, triage cases according to medical need, perform and interpret basic diagnostic tests, induce and maintain anesthesia, prepare animals for and assist with surgery, perform venipuncture, x-rays, lab tests, IV catheter placement and drug/fluid calculations as ordered by veterinary staff, follow veterinary protocols for animals in shelter, perform dental prophylactic cleaning and basic dental procedures and extractions. Must have ability to communicate skillfully and effectively with a culturally diverse staff, volunteers and community in a professional, pleasant and respectful manner at all times. Please submit resume and cover letter to jobs@petsinneed.org. No walk-ins or phone calls.


    Contact: Charlotte Rubin, DVM, (650)421-2269, crubin@petsinneed.org

  • Pinellas County Animal Services, Florida

    Shelter Veterinarian - $78,950 - $119,609 + excellent benefits

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 10/28/2014

    Pinellas County, home to some of the most beautiful beaches in the country, is a peninsula at the midpoint of the west coast of Florida, bordered by the Gulf of Mexico on the west and by Tampa Bay on the east. This densely populated county, with a permanent population of over 948,000 is comprised of 24 municipalities including St. Petersburg and Clearwater. We are seeking a forward thinking veterinarian with strong leadership, team building and communication skills to serve as Shelter Veterinarian for our progressive Animal Services Department. Surgical experience a must; shelter experience a plus. Minimum Qualification: Graduation from an accredited school of veterinary medicine and possession of (or ability to obtain) a Florida State Veterinary License. Must be eligible to obtain a Federal Drug Enforcement Administration License. Position open until filled. County application required. Application & additional info available at www.pinellascounty.org under Jobs. AA/EOE/ADA


    Contact: jobs@pinellascounty.org

  • South Lake Animal League, Florida

    Staff veterinarian PART TIME

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 10/28/2014

    Provide 5-10 hours per week at the adoption center. Duties include physical exams, diagnosing and treating medical issues, recommending referrals to full service care, heartworm treatments, writing and implementing protocols, aiding in containment a of disease outbreaks and being available via email, text or phone for consults on animals with medical issues needing treatment and or medications.


    Contact: Julie-Anne Corda DVM, (904)403-4688, Jannecorda@yahoo.com

  • Hong Kong SPCA, Hong Kong

    Veterinarian

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 10/28/2014

    The Hong Kong SPCA is seeking to hire a full-time veterinarian for our high volume spay/neuter programs. In addition to a heavy surgical case load, the successful candidate would also have the opportunity to provide expertise and support to our expanding welfare initiatives both in Hong Kong and the region including animal adoption, cruelty investigations, conservation and shelter medicine, animal management and education programs. Requirements: at least 3 years of practical experience in the small animal veterinary field preferred; experience in high volume spay/neuter programs or shelter medicine a plus. This position has an attractive remuneration package and ample leave to enjoy the delights of Asia. Hong Kong is an exciting city, the gateway to Mainland China, within easy reach of other Asian countries and with direct flights to Australia, Europe and the USA.


    Contact: Moni Lai, hr@spca.org.hk

  • Hong Kong SPCA, Hong Kong

    Animal Behavior Supervisor

    Directors/Managers Job

    Posted on: 10/28/2014

    The Hong Kong SPCA is seeking to hire a full-time animal behavior supervisor to lead various programs in our Behavior and Training Department. Primary responsibilities are to manage programs in behavioral assessment, environmental enrichment, and behavioral modification of our shelter animals. The animal behavior supervisor will also further develop the SPCA’s dog training programs, classes, and behavioral counseling targeting adopters and the wider community, including providing pre-and post-adoption support. We offer a competitive salary and benefits and ample leave to enjoy the delights of Asia. Hong Kong is an exciting city, the gateway to Mainland China, within easy reach of other Asian countries and with direct flights to Australia, Europe and the USA.


    Contact: Moni Lai, hr@spca.org.hk

  • Best Friends Animal Society, Utah

    Veterinary Technicians - Tier 1 and Tier 2

    Technician Job

    Posted on: 10/27/2014

    You became a Veterinary Technician to help save the lives of animals, and to give them the best possible quality of life. And nowhere can you do that more than at Best Friends Animal Sanctuary, where we pride ourselves on offering homeless pets the same top-of-the-line care that animals with the most loving families would have their Vet Techs provide. Best Friends Animal Society is looking for Tier 1 and Tier 2 Veterinary Technicians for our sanctuary clinic located in Kanab, UT. For a complete job description and to apply, please visit our website at http://bestfriends.org/Careers/Current-Job-Openings/


    Contact: jobs@bestfriends.org

  • Low Cost Spay/Neuter Clinic, Arizona

    Associate Veterinarian

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 10/27/2014

    Low Cost Spay/Neuter Clinic, a Humane Alliance based clinic in Kingman, Arizona, is hiring for a FT associate to join our current staff and veterinarian. We are primarily a HVHQSN clinic, combined with a low cost full service clinic for the community. We provide primary care for all surrounding shelters and rescue groups, have an active TNR program, and receive healthy donations so you don't have to turn clients away. We offer a very competitive salary and CE benefits. This combined with a low cost of living makes your income go far. Enjoy 3 days weekends, no emergencies or weekend hours, and no board of directors. We have just moved into a new 2,800 sq ft modern facility with a full surgery suite, Avimark computer system, US, digital dental and full body xray, and a great doctor/tech ratio. Position requires surgery skills, Arizona state license, and high volume spay/neuter experience preferred. Our clinic has a high surgery and office call caseload but is extremely rewarding.


    Contact: Taylor Ciccone DVM, (928)699-0990, drtsheltervet@gmail.com

  • ST. AUGUSTINE HUMANE SOCIETY, FLORIDA

    SPAY NEUTER VETERINARIAN

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 10/24/2014

    Looking for a rewarding position? St. Augustine Humane Society Spay/Neuter Clinic is looking for an experienced part time Spay/Neuter Surgeon. We are St. Johns County’s only low-cost, high volume, high-quality, spay/neuter clinic. Enjoy the benefits of a great support staff, and an opportunity for additional “special op” procedures . Requirements include a minimum of 1 year surgical experience, with emphasis on spay/neuter surgery on cats and dogs. The expectation is to perform approximately 35 - 40 surgeries in a day. Our entire team is scheduled to attend Humane Alliance training, making this a great opportunity for our new vet to join the staff. Must have possession of a DEA license. Please submit cover letter and resume to admin1@staughumane.org


    Contact: CAROLYN SMITH, (904)829-2737, ADMIN1@STAUGHUMANE.ORG

  • Animal Outreach of the Mother Lode, California

    Director of Development & Marketing

    Directors/Managers Job

    Posted on: 10/24/2014

    Animal Outreach of the Mother Lode, a volunteer-based cat adoption no-kill shelter and low-cost spay/neuter/vaccination clinic located near Placerville, CA, is seeking a full-time Director of Development/Marketing. The successful candidate will be responsible for developing and implementing a comprehensive development and marketing program, including individual gifts, social media, annual giving, grants, planned giving and donor cultivation as well as an effective marketing program for the clinic’s services. Energetic self-starters with great animal skills (including people) and a 3 to 5-year track record of success in development are encouraged to apply. A bachelor’s degree or equivalent work experience required. Interested and qualified candidates may submit a cover letter with salary requirements and a resume to Animal Outreach, 6101 Enterprise Drive, Diamond Springs, CA 95619, or email them to info@animaloutreach.net by November 21, 2014.


    Contact: Michael Damer, (530)622-3437, info@animaloutreach.net

  • Michigan Humane Society, Michigan

    Veterinarian

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 10/24/2014

    Michigan Humane Society has a full-time opening for a Veterinarian at our Berman Center veterinary center in Westland. Responsibilities include diagnosing and treating animals, performing routine services such as administering vaccines and medications, performing sterilizations and other surgeries, stabilizing ill and injured animals, interpreting tests, maintaining records, providing client education and payment information, and directing staff. Must hold DVM license. Pay is commensurate with experience. Employees receive PTO and salary deferral plan. Full time employees eligible for health, dental, and prescription coverage and life and disability insurance. Veterinarians receive continuing education and uniform allowances. Visit www.michiganhumane.org to view job posting and apply.


    Contact: Dr. Kelley Meyers, (248)283-1000, vetmed@michiganhumane.org

  • Pennsylvania SPCA, PA

    spay/neuter surgeon

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 10/23/2014

    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.


    Contact: (267)463-2310, mmccool@pspca.org

  • Dakin Humane Society, Massachusetts

    Shelter Veterinarian

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 10/21/2014

    Dakin Humane Society is seeking a part-time veterinarian, for 24 hours a week, to join our team. We are a fast paced open admission adoption center that serves 6,000 animals per year. Primary responsibilities include performing surgeries as needed on adoption center animals (e.g. enucleation, amputations, cystotomies, tumor removal, biopsies, some s/n, dentals, etc), providing veterinary health checks, monitoring health conditions, and advising on placement and euthanasia decisions. The ideal candidate is a motivated, positive, compassionate, team player and willing to play a role in the development and growth of our organization. Please send a resume and cover letter to bforsell@dpvhs.org


    Contact: Brenda Forsell, (413)781-4000, bforsell@dpvhs.org

  • People for Animals, New Jersey

    Wellness Veterinarian

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 10/17/2014

    Busy non-profit practice in Hillside seeks energetic caring veterinarian for high-volume Saturday morning vaccine/preventive care clinics for cats & dogs. Competitive compensation and rewarding, team-oriented, fun workplace. Opportunities for additional field work in targeted areas also available periodically. If you enjoy a fast-paced work environment and want to make a difference in the lives of needy pets, contact Dr. David Croman at db.croman@gmail.com or call 973-632-8099 to apply.


    Contact: Dr. David Croman, (973)632-8099, db.croman@gmail.com

  • Humane Society of MO, Missouri

    Registered Vet Tech

    Technician Job

    Posted on: 10/17/2014

    Registered Vet Tech This position maintains animal health including treating sick and injured animals as directed by our veterinarians. Will also administer treatments and process laboratory specimens as directed by veterinarians; administers medication orders; maintains pharmacy stock; orders medications and special food; assists Shelter vets; maintains medical record transcripts; This position requires a veterinary technician graduate with a current Missouri state license ( or the ablity to obtain one. Applicants must possess organizational and computer skills, and have effective communication skills. Must be available for weekend schedules. Please apply directly on our website at www.hsmo.org


    Contact: Margaret Kenyon, (314)951-1587, mkenyon@hsmo.org

  • City of Stockton, California

    Police Services Manager - Animal Services

    Directors/Managers Job

    Posted on: 10/16/2014

    $6,489 - $8,332/mo The City of Stockton Police Department is currently recruiting for a Police Services Manager for its Animal Services Section. Incumbent is responsible for the overall operation of the Animal Services Section and oversees a program that emphasizes public education and animal welfare; and will be responsible for managing, proposing, developing, and implementing policies and procedures, goals and objectives that serve to promote the policy of the State of California and City of Stockton codes and goals for animal control and welfare. Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree from an accredited four year college or university with major course work in business or public administration, criminal justice, or other law enforcement related area of study, or a closely related field; AND four (4) years of supervisory experience in the field of animal services. Apply at www.stocktongov.com/jobs by 11/17/2014 at 5:30 p.m.


    Contact: recruitment@stocktongov.com

  • Feral Cat Coalition of Oregon, Oregon

    HQHVSN Vet

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 10/16/2014

    The Feral Cat Coalition of Oregon (FCCO), a high quality high volume spay/neuter clinic in Portland, Oregon is seeking a part-time veterinarian capable of performing up to 40 cat spay/neuter surgeries in 4 hours, 3-4 days per week. Join our well-skilled technical staff and use your training and surgical skills to help prevent future generations of feral cats. Founded in 1995, FCCO has spayed/neutered more than 70,000 cats and is the leading feral cat program in the region helping more than 6,000 cats per year. Please email your resume and cover letter to Karen Kraus at info(at)feralcats.com for consideration.


    Contact: Karen Kraus, (503)797-2606, kkraus@feralcats.com

  • Vanderburgh Humane Society, INC., Indiana

    Veterinarian

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 10/15/2014

    Do what you love while making an impact for the animals of our community. The Vanderburgh Humane Society is seeking a veterinarian(s) for our established Spay & Neuter Clinic. Position features limited client contact, few emergencies or on call, with a great support staff and quality medical protocol. One full time position or relief work is available. Competitive salary and benefits package. The VHS S/N Clinic is an established, successful clinic practicing High Volume, High Quality Spays & Neuters in a bright, clean & friendly environment. Pediatric S/N & shelter medicine background is a plus but High Volume High Quality Spay Neuter Clinic Training is available. Position also oversees shelter medical protocol for experienced shelter staff. Be a solution to the over-population problem. Send cover letter and resume to VHS, Kendall D. Paul, PO Box 6711, Evansville, IN 47710


    Contact: Kendall Paul, (812)426-2563, k.paul@vhslifesaver.org

  • Spay Neuter Assistance Program (SNAP) - Houston, TX, Texas

    HQHVSN Surgeon

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 10/15/2014

    Perform high quality spay neuter 4 shifts per week (average 40 surgeries/shift). Bonus for high production days. Full benefits package and excellent quality surgical suite and staff. Make a difference while you make a living. We offer low cost spay/neuter service to the community as well as targeted mobile spay/neuter assistance to local areas of need.


    Contact: Dr Carole A Price, (713)862-8001, cprice@snapus.org

  • Animal Friends Rescue Project, California

    Registered Veterinary Technician/Veterinary Technician

    Technician Job

    Posted on: 10/14/2014

    Enthusiastic, hard working Registered Veterinary Technician or Veterinary Technician wanted for Animal Friends Rescue Project's in-house veterinary hospital located in Monterey. Must enjoy working in a fast paced busy clinic with a focus on spay neuter surgeries. Our caseload consists of cats, dogs and rabbits with surgical and medical issues that prevent their adoption from local shelters as well as providing basic care to prepare them for adoption. Major duties will include surgical prep and monitoring (for spay/neuter and medically necessary surgeries), care of hospitalized patients, vaccinations, care of hospital - prepping surgical packs etc... Must have excellent animal handling skills, experience with dental procedures a plus, and willingness to communicate positively and effectively with staff, volunteers and animal foster parents. Position is anticipated to be 30-40 hours per week. To learn more about AFRP, please visit our website at: www.animalfriendsrescue.org


    Contact: Kristina Arias, (831)324-0189, afrpvet@gmail.com

  • Louisville Metro Animal Services, Kentucky

    Veterinary Technician

    Technician Job

    Posted on: 10/14/2014

    Certified Veterinary Technician (Kentucky) - This is a full-time position for large municipal open Animal Shelter in Louisville, Kentucky. Come and enjoy a great life in beautiful Louisville, Ky "The Derby City". City shelter has an intake of about 14,000 animals annually. Duties include assisting Veterinarians with spay/neuter and other surgeries, cleaning and supervising kennel sanitation, emergency triage of injured stray animals, shares being on-call with 4 other employees (must be 24 hour on call availability), assists veterinarians with kennel wellness programs and treatments of sick animals, transports animals to adoption events, assists with field rabies clinics, assists animal control officers with cruelty investigations and court proceedings, advises management on safety issues, orders drugs and supplies, collaborates with emergency clinic veterinarians on sick or injured stray animals, performs euthanaia. Salary $14.59 / hour, with full benefits.


    Contact: Carolyn Congleton, DVM, (859)806-6438, carolyn.congleton@louisvilleky.gov

  • Best Friends Animal Society, CALIFORNIA

    Spay/Neuter Veterinarian

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 10/10/2014

    You became a veterinarian to help save the lives of animals, and to give them the best possible quality of life. And nowhere can you do that more than at Best Friends Animal Society, where we pride ourselves on offering homeless pets – though they may have been rejected or abandoned or treated as throw-aways – the same top-of-the-line care that animals with the most loving families would have their vets provide. High volume spaying and neutering is a big part of our mission; a task that helps keep unwanted litters out of shelters, ultimately saving countless lives. So follow your dream and put your veterinary experience to work for the animals who need you most – homeless pets. Please check out the Careers section of our website for the full job description: http://bestfriends.org/Careers/Current-Job-Openings/


    Contact: Karla Gunnell, (435)644-2001, karlag@bestfriends.org

  • Washington Humane Society , Washington, DC

    Staff Veterinarian

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 10/09/2014

    The Washington Humane Society is in search of a Staff Veterinarian to join our progressive team! The Staff Veterinarian will work with the WHS Medical Director and operations team to provide HQHV sterilization services for shelter and public animals as well as our active Community Cat program, engage with our community through low-cost vaccine clinics, participate in regular population management rounds, and provide treatment and care to animals in our two adoption centers. The ideal candidate will be experienced in high-volume spay/neuter (30+ spays/neuters per day) and have experience in shelter medicine or have gone through focused shelter medicine veterinary programs. Potential applicants should come with an open mind and be able to work in a creative environment, as well as share in the excitement for providing care to any animal in need. Salary commensurate with experience. Please submit a cover letter, salary history and your resume to careers@washhumane.org.


    Contact: Pamela Roland, (202)683-1825, proland@washhumane.org

  • Critters Without Litters, California

    Spay/Neuter Veterinarian

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 10/09/2014

    Critters Without Litters, in Bakersfield, CA, seeks an additional veterinarian to join our spay neuter program. Duties include high quality, high volume spay neuter surgery, along with pre- and post-surgery exams, communicating with owners regarding their pet's surgery, and training and support for our veterinary technicians/assistants. We are a nonprofit organization that works with several animal welfare organizations to provide surgery for a number of rescue groups and the public. If you are a capable, innovative, and compassionate veterinarian who enjoys spay-neuter surgery and helping animals throughout our community, please apply to join our team. We offer a very competitive salary and benefits. Contact us at critterswolitters@gmail.com.


    Contact: Vicky Thrasher, (661)831-6000, critterswolitters@gmail.com

  • Santa Fe Animal Shelter, New Mexico

    Veterinary technician

    Technician Job

    Posted on: 10/08/2014

    The Santa Fe Animal Shelter, one of the most progressive open admission shelters in the country, is seeking experienced veterinary technicians to work in both our admissions building as well as in our onsite veterinary clinic. This self-motivated, reliable candidate will be able to administer vaccinations and medication, draw blood, run diagnostics and perform general physical examinations on all animals entering the facility. Surgical assistance skills including intubation, IV catheter placement and monitoring anesthesia are a plus. Must be able to work a flexible schedule that will include weekends and some holidays. Full-time position includes benefits such as continuing education, health insurance, and vacation time. Compensation dependent upon experience. If you are looking for a fulfilling position that will enable you to work hands on with homeless animals in need then this might be a perfect fit for you.


    Contact: Anne Stein, (505)983-4309, astein@sfhumanesociety.org

  • Western University of Health Sciences, California

    Assistant Professor

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 10/07/2014

    The College of Veterinary Medicine at Western University of Health Sciences in Pomona, California, seeks applications for a full-time faculty position in Shelter Medicine. This position will be responsible for creating a clinical training program for veterinary students in a facility providing high volume, high quality clinical services for both the city and the public. Other duties include: 1) development of collaborative graduate training programs in shelter medicine; 2) providing wellness and preventive medicine services for a diverse population of animals and animal owners; 3) performing high volume, high quality, spay/neuter surgeries; 4) managing and supervising clinical and office staff; and 5) engaging the larger animal shelter, rescue, and welfare communities to improve the lives of animals. Preferred qualifications: advanced degree or board certification, bilingual (English/Spanish), scholarly research program. More info at https://jobs.westernu.edu/postings/3309


    Contact: Dr. Peggy Schmidt, Search Committee Chair, (909)469-5674, pschmidt@westernu.edu

  • Best Friends Animal Society, CALIFORNIA

    Veterinary Technician Assistant

    Technician Job

    Posted on: 10/06/2014

    Position: Veterinary Technician Assistant Location: Los Angeles, CA Position Summary: To be part of a veterinary team to provide high quality, high-volume spay/neuter surgeries as well as medical care to the animals in the adoption center. Essential Duties: ● Assisting with sedating and preparing animals for surgery. ● Helping monitor patients during surgery and post surgery. ● Administering prescribed medications, both oral and injectable. ● Assisting the veterinarian in animal handling and general treatment. ● General care of animals in the adoption center. ● Preparing surgery packs and cleaning surgical equipment. ● Assisting with vaccine clinics. ● Filling prescriptions. ● Stocking supplies. ● Answering phones and scheduling appointments. ● Client education. ● Filing charts. ● Entering client information. ● Laundry ● Cleaning cages and other hospital areas. ● Other duties as assigned. Please go to the Careers Section of our website for full description


    Contact: (435)644-2001, jobs@bestfriends.org

  • Connecticut Humane Society, Newington, CT

    Shelter Veterinarian

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 10/06/2014

    The Connecticut Humane Society, located in Newington, is seeking a Shelter Veterinarian. This position will help fulfill our mission by providing surgical and medical care to shelter animals. This position will perform high-volume, high-quality spay/neuter surgeries, as well as handle additional surgical procedures including, but not limited, to: cystotomy, growth removal, and basic orthopedics. This position will also help to ensure that staff are following herd health protocols and proper sanitation practices. This position may be required to provide medical and surgical coverage in the other shelters or the clinic. Connecticut Humane Society is an Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/D/V. Degree in veterinary medicine from an accredited school of veterinary medicine. Current license to practice in the state of Connecticut or the ability to obtain a license to practice in Connecticut. At least two to five years’ experience working in shelter or high volume spay/neuter clinic.


    Contact: Jennifer Adams, (860)594-4502, jadams@cthumane.org

  • Thomas J. O'Connor Animal Control and Adoption Center, Massachusetts

    Animal Control Officer

    Directors/Managers Job

    Posted on: 10/05/2014

    The City of Springfield is hiring Animal Control Officers. Salary: $32,462.56 - $42,218.28/ yr See the listing on the following website for complete job description and directions on how to apply: http://springfieldcityhall.com For more information on TJO: http://www.tjoconnoradoptioncenter.com/tjo/ https://www.facebook.com/413ANIMALS Please note contact information below (Dr. Atkins) was provided only to list the job on the ASV site. Refer to the City of Springfield job listing for more information about the position.


    Contact: Lauren Atkins, laurenatkins@hotmail.com

  • Humane Society of Washington County, MD

    Veterinarian

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 10/04/2014

    GENERAL PURPOSE OF THE POSITION: As part of the Humane Society of Washington County’s commitment to raising the intrinsic value of animals in the region, the HSWC seeks a licensed veterinarian to help design and implement best practices in humane population management and to provide high-quality veterinary medical and surgical care for the shelter animals. Work in our brand new Animal Care Clinic designed to eventually provide wellness and spay/neuter services to owned animals. Full benefits offered. For a full job description visit www.hswcmd.org.


    Contact: Ellen Taylor, (301)733-2060, etaylor@hswcmd.org

  • Kent County Animal Shelter, Michigan

    Shelter Veterinarian

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 10/02/2014

    The successful candidate will be responsible for providing quality veterinary care in the Animal Shelter’s state-of-the-art facility. The Shelter Veterinarian will supervise the daily operations of the kennels, ensuring safe, sanitary and humane treatment of the animals. Will diagnose and treat diseases, illnesses and injuries; perform high volume spay/neuter surgeries to help control pet overpopulation; and perform euthanasia. Will train and supervise kennel staff and volunteers. Will perform animal forensic activities and investigations. The successful candidate must possess a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) degree from an accredited college or university and at least two years of experience in veterinary care, preferably in a shelter setting. Must possess or obtain within 60 days of hire a current State of Michigan license to practice veterinary medicine and a DEA license.


    Contact: Jill Bancheri, (616)632-7469, jill.bancheri@kentcountymi.gov

  • City of Irvine, CA

    Chief Veterinarian/City of Irvine

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 10/01/2014

    We seek a dynamic individual to serve as the Chief Veterinarian at the City's Irvine Animal Care Center. This position will provide administrative and technical direction and oversight for all Veterinary Services. The position is designated At-Will and work is performed under the administrative direction of the Animal Care Center Business Administrator or a CS Manager. Requires a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine Degree; registration as a DVM in the State of CA, and 3 years of professional veterinary medical experience. Possession of or ability to obtain a license as a Managing Licensee for the facility’s Veterinary Premise permit and Federal DEA Registration Cert. listing the IACC as the location of the business activity and possession of a CA Driver License, Class C or higher at the time of appointment. This is a continuous recruitment and will remain open until the position has been filled. For additional information and to apply, please visit www.cityofirvine.org/. EEO/ADA


    Contact: getajob@cityofirvine.org

  • Southeast Kansas Humane Society, Kansas

    VETERINARIAN

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 10/01/2014

    KANSAS LICENSED VETERINARIAN- SOUTHEAST KANSAS HUMANE SOCIETY (1973)/PAWPRINTS ON THE HEARTLAND (2000) (spay/neuter program) (https://www.facebook.com/SEKHumaneSociety) Pittsburg, KS 4-5 Days a week Primary Duties: Oversee the care and welfare of shelter animals. Monitor medications and treatments. Treat ill or injured animals. Advise Shelter Director on feeding, cleaning and general care. Perform spay/neuter surgeries in shelter clinic and mobile unit. Applicant must have at least five years of practical experience. Salary negotiable. Send cover letter and resume to erica.sekhs@yahoo.com


    Contact: Erica Wilson, (620)920-0308, erica.sekhs@yahoo.com

  • National Spay Alliance Foundation, Dalton Georgia

    Chief of Veterinary Services

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 10/01/2014

    The National Spay Alliance Foundation (501C3) is seeking an experienced Veterinarian to lead their new high-volume, low-cost wellness and spay/neuter clinic in Dalton GA. NSAF is currently expanding operations to include two mobile clinics and a brick and mortar wellness practice facility in the state of Georgia. This is an outstanding opportunity for a motivated veterinarian to continue practicing medicine while serving as a key contributor in the evolution of an innovative national model for low cost spay/neuter and associated pet care. Additional information can be found on their web site: http://www.nationalspayalliancefoundation.org .


    Contact: Adam Smith , (703)998-8118, adam@adamsmithconsulting.net

  • Thomas Beath Veterinary Hospital, Virginia

    Associate Veterinarian

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 09/30/2014

    Are you tired of private practice? Do you want to play an important role in reducing economic euthanasia? We are seeking a compassionate doctor to practice excellent medicine and prioritize client communication and patient care. We offer a cheerful, knowledgeable, support staff, as well as, a paperless, well-equipped hospital with ultrasound, digital x-ray, laboratory, EKG, advanced anesthetic monitoring. We are seeking to add a full-time, associate veterinarian to our team with outstanding interpersonal and communication skills and genuine enthusiasm for the practice of high quality, veterinary medicine. Good diagnostic surgical skills required. No high volume s/n. Competitive salary. Benefits include: employer paid health insurance, CE, liability, license reimbursement, vacation/sick time. You may qualify for a federal, student loan forgiveness program. Please contact Jeanette at saintseton@hotmail.com Website: http://www.BeathVets.com


    Contact: Jeanette Allard, (540)371-7729, saintseton@hotmail.com

  • Humane Society of Utah, Utah

    Associate Veterinarian

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 09/30/2014

    Utah's premier animal adoption center and high volume spay/neuter and vaccination clinic is seeking an associate veterinarian to work approximately 30 hours/week, Wednesday - Saturday. Primary responsibilities include vaccinating public animals, shelter medicine, and performing spay/neuter surgeries. The Humane Society of Utah was established in 1960. In our over half-century of operation we have adopted over 200,000 pets to new homes and spayed and neutered nearly as many. In addition to our adoption and clinic services we have a full-time cruelty investigator and outreach, foster, volunteer and education programs. No one does more for so many. We offer a competitive salary. Utah license is required. New graduates are encouraged to apply. Please send resume to Pauline Edwards, Humane Society of Utah, P.O. Box 573659, Murray, Utah 84157-3659, or e-mail to pedwards@utahhumane.org


    Contact: Pauline Edwards, (801)261-2919, pedwards@utahhumane.org

  • Pennsylvania SPCA, PA

    High Volume Spay/Neuter Vet

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 09/30/2014

    The Pennsylvania SPCA is a non-profit animal welfare organization founded in 1867. Our mission is to protect animals, prevent cruelty and improve the health and quality of life for animals in Pennsylvania. SUMMARY: 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. Please send resume and salary requirements


    Contact: Michelle McCool, mmccool@pspca.org

  • Spay Neuter imperative Project California, California

    High volume spay/neuter vet for mobile clinic

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 09/29/2014

    Summary: To perform spay and neuter surgery. To implement protocols, procedures, medical evaluations and treatment of animals as set by the SNIP CA management. Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned. Perform physical exam on animals at SNIP CA to diagnose and to determine if animal is healthy enough to spay or neuter. If pet is not healthy, refer to other Veterinarian in Vallejo. Maintain proper paperwork and medical records as required by law. Provide shelter staff with clear and concise information regarding the medical condition, diagnosis, treatment plan and long term prognosis. Consult with specialists on specific medical cases when appropriate. Participate in vaccination clinics. Attend continuing education seminars. Communicate directly with the Humane Society of the North Bay Shelter Manager and Board of Directors. Perform spay and neuter surgeries on feral cats, public and


    Contact: Lynn Carvalho, (707)330-0293, SNiPCA@comcast.net

  • Montgomery County Animal Shelter / Care, Texas

    Shelter Veterinarian

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 09/29/2014

    Job Summary • Veterinarian is responsible for the daily operations of the veterinary services department. The Veterinarian manages our shelter medicine efforts; spay/neuter surgeries and disease control protocols. The Veterinarian is a key member of the shelter staff. General Accountabilities • Responsible for medical examinations, care, monitoring, and health of domestic animals in the care of the Care Corporation, including foster animals. • Develops and manages medicine protocols • Updates training, diagnostic and treatment protocols pertaining to animal health • Maintains medical records for shelter animals. • works collaboratively with the Shelter Manager and staff on disease control, health and medical decisions regarding the animals. • Oversees foster clinic operation and vaccine protocols in-house. • Veterinarian must have the ability to work in a high volume, fast-paced environment. • Supervise veterinary technicians, veterinary assistants and volunteer personnel


    Contact: Amy, (281)364-4226, amy@carecorporation.net

  • Providence Animal Rescue League, Rhode Island

    Shelter Veterinarian

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 09/29/2014

    The Providence Animal Rescue League is seeking a Shelter Veterinarian to lead the organization’s efforts to provide high quality veterinary care to all animals served by the organization. This position will ensure that all animals in PARL’s care receive preventative medical care, prompt diagnosis and treatment of illness, and relief from suffering. The Shelter Veterinarian will be responsible for overseeing the care of individual animals while maintaining the overall health of all shelter animals. This position will also provide spay neuter surgery for all shelter animals as well as animals from the general public through the Pets for Life and Spay Neuter Assistance Program (SNAP). This is a Full-Time Exempt position offering a competitive salary with benefits.


    Contact: Carmine DiCenso, (401)421-1399, cdicenso@parl.org

  • Allegany County Animal Shelter Management Foundation, Maryland

    Shelter Veterinarian

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 09/28/2014

    Plan and implement a comprehensive shelter health care program; perform spays and neuters for shelter dogs and cats and feral cats, and other surgeries and procedures as needed. Responsible for daily rounds to assess health of all shelter animals as well as establish medical protocols. Candidate will be expected to examine, diagnose and treat the animals in our care, and perform or supervise humane euthanasia as required. Qualifications: DVM or VMD degree from an accredited university with a Maryland license. Ability to problem solve and work with minimal supervision. Experience with high volume spay/neuter, and pediatric surgeries highly desirable. Ability to work independently and to keep a neat and organized working environment. Ability to accommodate varied work assignments and schedules.


    Contact: Tina Rafferty, (301)697-3826, ACASSheltervet@gmail.com

  • SF SPCA, California

    Overnight RVT or VA

    Technician Job

    Posted on: 09/26/2014

    Who we are: The San Francisco SPCA Mission Campus Veterinary Hospital and Shelter is a full-service veterinary practice that includes emergency care, general medicine, surgical, and behavior services. Compassion, respect, education, collaboration, dedication and integrity are the values that drive our business and support our staff members. Attractions: • This role is truly focused on patient care. We are closed to the public while you are working. You get to focus 100% on providing nursing care to our hospitalized patients and wellness checks on our shelter animals. • Your hard work and dedication pay off directly in the form of helping homeless animals and contributing to our outstanding community service programs, some highlights of which are: o More than 1,450 animals were fostered in 2013 o 79,500 people were visited by therapy animals last year o In 2013, 1,541 feral cats were spayed-neutered o Last year 4,550 kids participated in Humane Education programs we pioneered


    Contact: Andrea Mannering, (925)385-0759, andreamannering@gmail.com

  • ASPCA, NY

    Veterinarian, Adoptions

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 09/26/2014

    The Adoptions Veterinarian is a trained and licensed full-time veterinarian primarily responsible for the medical care of adoptions animals. This position works 5 days a week Tuesday through Saturday. The shelter is staffed approximately 12 hours a day with a team of medical assistants and licensed veterinary technicians providing high quality medical care. This veterinarian performs physical exams on all patients and develops a plan for their care. Advanced procedures and surgeries will be referred to ASPCA Animal Hospital or Spay/ Neuter Operations. The position requires level of care outlined in Guidelines for Standards of Care in Animal Shelters. • Must have Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree or equivalent • Must have current New York State Veterinary License • Must have background in small animal medicine and surgery • 2 years or more experience employed as Veterinarian preferred Please complete the online application at www.aspca.org


    Contact: Lisa Motz, lisa.motz@aspca.org

  • Nate's Honor Animal Rescue, Florida

    Veterinary Technician

    Technician Job

    Posted on: 09/24/2014

    Limited admission (no-kill) animal shelter in Bradenton, FL, seeking Certified Veterinary Technician to perform medical management duties on a full time basis (Tuesday through Saturday, 8 am-5 pm). Requirements/Qualifications: Broad knowledge of veterinary medicine (shelter medicine a plus); Able to work independently;Strong dog and cat handling skills; Ability to lift up to 70 pounds; Ability to multi-task; Strong computer skills; Knowledge of PetPoint a plus. Duties Include: Monitoring the general health of shelter animals and ensuring proper care; Triaging patients; Administering medications; Performing treatments; Administering fluids; Vaccinations; Blood draws; Catheter placement; Diagnostics, including fecals, blood work, skin scrapes, SNAP tests, urinalysis; Cleaning, feeding, walking patients as needed; Recording all medical data in web-based data management system; Inventory control, ordering medical supplies; Preparing prescriptions


    Contact: Karen Slomba, (941)538-6201, karen@honoranimalrescue.org

  • Quad City Animal Welfare Center, Illinois

    Shelter Veterinarian

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 09/24/2014

    Quad City Animal Welfare Center (QCAWC) is seeking a Shelter Veterinarian to work in our spay/neuter and wellness clinic. The QCAWC is a non-profit, no-kill animal shelter serving the entire Illinois and Iowa - Quad City area. The Shelter Veterinarian is responsible for providing leadership and direction for medical and surgical care of shelter and client animals. The ideal candidate should be independent with the ability to prioritize multiple projects at once in an efficient manner. The Shelter Veterinarian is committed to animal welfare and has a compelling need to make a difference in the lives of the animals as well as the humans he/she encounters. Please send a resume/letter of interest to Patti McRae at patti@qcawc.org


    Contact: Patti McRae, (309)787-6830, patti@qcawc.org

  • SPCA of East Texas, Texas

    Veterinarian / Medical Director

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 09/24/2014

    The SPCA of East Texas is seeking a full time veterinarian experienced in high volume spay and neuter including pediatric procedures. This position would include the supervision of the administrative staff within the clinic. The clinic is newly equipped with state of the art equipment serving over 1000 patients already this year. Currently operating 3 days a week with a patient load of 40 animals per day at a ratio of 20 feline and 20 canine maximum including SPCA rescue animals. The growth and development of this clinic has tremendous potential due the lack of any other clinic in the community and the high demand for affordable veterinary services. A sincere desire to work in rescue and to be part of a fast growing, community organization will also be advantageous. Competitive salary package and flexible work schedule. Must be licensed to practice in the State of Texas with a current DEA license for controlled substances. Please forward resumes to Deborah@spcaeasttx.com


    Contact: Deborah Dobbs - President SPCA of East Texas , (903)596-7722, deborah@spcaeasttx.com

  • San Antonio Pets Alive!, Texas

    Associate Veterinarian

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 09/23/2014

    San Antonio Pets Alive! is looking for a part time or full time veterinarian to fill out the medical team. SAPA! works with animals who have a wide variety of illnesses and injuries upon intake. Our job is to fix them up utilizing the resources we have to the best of our ability. This is a hands on job with lots of interesting cases. We run a parvo ward and orphan kitten ward as well as see and treat a large volume of dogs with distemper, cats with feline leukemia, and ringworm. Spay/neuter and surgeries are performed by other organizations and clinics for now but we hope to implement surgery inhouse within the next year or two. SAPA saves 7700 animals per year.


    Contact: Ellen Jefferson, (512)663-8643, ellen.jefferson@sanantoniopetsalive.org

  • Humane Society Silicon Valley, California

    Animal Care Manager

    Directors/Managers Job

    Posted on: 09/19/2014

    SUCCESS FACTORS: * Assess processes, identify areas of improvement, create/update SOPs and implement best practices. * Actively participate in cross-functional projects to implement shelter-wide goals. QUALIFICATIONS: * Min. 3 years shelter experience, managing staff & volunteers. * Successful change management. * Computer proficient. * Ability to handle domestic animals and some wildlife, including those with fearful, aggressive or vicious behaviors. RESPONSIBILITIES: Manage all aspects of Animal Care operations: * Ensure consistent, safe and humane treatment of all shelter animals. * Monitor animal flow. * Ensure excellent customer service. * Maintain highest standards of care during end-of-life services. * Oversee recruitment, training and development of staff and volunteers. Apply online at www.hssv.org. Select Careers under ABOUT US. Online submission to our recruiting database enables review by Hiring Personnel.


    Contact: Dianne Yamada, (408)262-2133, dyamada@hssv.org

  • Humane Society Silicon Valley, California

    RVT or Veterinary Assistant

    Technician Job

    Posted on: 09/19/2014

    TWO OPENINGS: 3/10 and 4/10 schedule available. Shifts may include morning hours as early as 6:30am, or evening hours as late as 8:00pm. Overtime work may be required. POSITION OVERVIEW: Care for and treat shelter and private animals in both In House Medicine and Spay/Neuter. Ensure medical areas are clean, sanitary and a safe environment for animals under care. CANDIDATE PROFILE: * Veterinary Assistant Certificate or RVT preferred. * At least 2 years of animal experience. * At least 1 year of paid experience caring for animals in a medical setting. * Excellent customer service skills. * Excellent writing and record keeping skills. * Ability to listen to and take direction * Is a team player and is willing to jump in and help in ANY area if needed. * Motivated and dedicated towards the humane care and treatment of all animals. To apply and ensure review by hiring personnel, please complete the online application at www.hssv.org, select Careers under ABOUT US.


    Contact: Dianne Yamada, (408)262-2133, dyamada@hssv.org

  • The Humane Society of Greater Dayton, Ohio

    High Volume Spay/Neuter Veterinarian

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 09/19/2014

    The Humane Society of Greater Dayton (HSGD) in Dayton, Ohio, is seeking a skilled, energetic, self-motivated, full time high volume Spay/Neuter Veterinarian. HSGD is the largest, most established “No Kill” Shelter in the Miami Valley area. We employee great support staff and follow quality medical protocols. Experience with high volume spay/neuter and pediatric surgeries highly desirable. Must be able to evaluate health status in an objective manner & determine appropriate treatment for an animal. Candidates must hold a DVM license in the state of Ohio, hold or be eligible to hold DEA license, and possess a valid Ohio driver’s license. Benefits would include the following: • Insurance (medical, life, disability) • Reimbursement for state license, DEA, professional liability insurance, etc. • Dues for veterinary associations and/or organizations • PTO (paid time off) for holiday and sick leave • Continuing education allowance


    Contact: Brian Weltge, (937)262-5928, bweltge@hsdayon.org

  • Espanola Valley Humane Society, New Mexico

    Director of Medicine

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 09/17/2014

    The Espanola Valley Humane Society, an open admission shelter located in North Central New Mexico is seeking a Director of Medicine. The medical services our shelter offers include a HQHV spay/neuter clinic which performs 4000 surgeries on both public and shelter animals per year, and a low cost vaccination/heart worm clinic. The position is full time and would share on call weekends with other members of the veterinary team. The Director of Medicine would work closely with the Director of Operations and would be responsible for the following: management of the medical and clinic budget, supervision of the veterinary and technician team, developing and implementing surgical and medical protocols for the shelter, the HQHV spay/neuter clinic, the out of state transport program, and the low cost vaccination clinic. The Director would also monitor pharmacy records for accuracy as well as assure compliance with pharmacy and veterinary board regulations and standards.


    Contact: Carolyn Fletcher DVM, (505)753-8662, 98vetgrad@gmail.com

  • Humane Society for Southwest Washington, Washington

    Clinic Assistant Supervisor, Licensed Veterinary Technician

    Technician Job

    Posted on: 09/16/2014

    Nonprofit animal shelter in Portland area is hiring a full-time Licensed Veterinary Technician and Clinic Assistant Supervisor. Candidate will be responsible for managing a team of licensed and unlicensed veterinary technicians. Responsibilities include conducting the flow of the surgery day, induction and monitoring of anesthesia, responding to emergency situations and providing triage care, dental procedures, laboratory analysis. Must maintain detailed medical records and log books. Will need to train and supervise volunteers and unlicensed assistants in the clinic. Must have a current WA state license or ability to obtain. Qualified applicants must be professional, have a positive attitude and be detail oriented team players that possess a great work ethic. Should have the ability to multi-task in a fast paced, fun and friendly environment. Come join our team and enjoy the Pacific Northwest! Preferred experience: 2 years as a licensed tech and 1 year in high volume spay neuter.


    Contact: Lauren Overman, DVM, (360)693-4746, loverman@southwesthumane.com

  • Dumb Friends League, CO Colorado

    Relief Veterinarian

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 09/16/2014

    The Dumb Friends League is seeking Veterinarians on a relief basis. For more information on the Dumb Friends League and to view our full job posting please visit our website - www.ddfl.org/about-us/jobs If you are interested in joining our team, please complete our online application. Resumes and cover letters should be uploaded through our online application. Thank you for your interest! Apply online at www.ddfl.org/about-us/jobs.


    Contact: Cali O'Dell, (720)241-7103, codell@ddfl.org

  • Norfolk SPCA, Virginia

    Lead Veterinarian

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 09/16/2014

    The Norfolk SPCA, one of the leading no-kill adoption centers in Virginia, is seeking a full time Lead Veterinarian for two clinics, with annual volume of approx. 5,000 surgeries (spay/neuters, dentals, etc) and 20,000 vaccines via a walk-in clinic. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: supervision of a team of veterinarians, delivery of veterinary care of the highest quality for shelter animals, public animals and impounded animals cared for due to contract with the City, developing and implementing medical protocols, ensuring staff is providing the highest level of care possible, auditing of medical records to ensure accuracy and compliance, providing coaching and feedback to hospital staff with practice director, consulting with the practice director on organizational needs. Must have ability to perform high volume of medical procedures (20-25 per day), to anticipate and identify problems and needs to solve them and/or communicate them appropriately, establish and maintain cooperative and effective working relationships. Leadership experience needed to coach, train, and develop staff veterinarians in addition to student externships.


    Contact: Carole Lewis, clewis@norfolkspca.org

  • ASPCA, New York

    Licensed Veterinary Technician Educator

    Technician Job

    Posted on: 09/11/2014

    The Licensed Veterinary Technician Educator has the technical skills, career experience and professionalism to be part of a leadership team. This LVT has extensive experience with perioperative support and is able to travel up to 50% of the time. While not traveling and training, the LVT educator works as part of the ASPCA’s Spay/Neuter Operations (SNO) team, in all 5 boroughs of New York City, on mobile clinics, in stationary and MASH clinics. •Must have graduated from accredited school of veterinary science technology. •Must have current New York State Veterinary Technician License. •This is a full-time position with a flexible and varied schedule. Some weekends are required. The training period will be 4 – 6 months in New York City, after which the position will include up to 50% travel, most often for periods of one week at a time. Please visit the link below to apply online and get more information about the position: http://www.aspca.org/about-us/aspca-jobs


    Contact: Lisa Motz, (212)876-7700, lisa.motz@aspca.org

  • Pawmetto Lifeline, South Carolina

    Shelter Veterinarian

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 09/11/2014

    At Pawmetto Lifeline our mission is to promote the humane treatment of animals through education, advocacy and services. Our organization is seeking an exceptional individual as a Shelter Veterinarian to join our team. Summary of Job Responsibilities: The Shelter Veterinarian is responsible for providing leadership and direction for the medical and surgical care of shelter animals. The ideal candidate should be independent with the ability to prioritize multiple projects at once in an efficient manner. The Shelter Veterinarian is committed to animal welfare and has a compelling need to make a difference in the lives of the animals as well as the humans he/she encounters. Qualifications • Doctoral Degree in Veterinary Medicine from accredited institution • Valid SC Veterinary License • Ability to work in fast-paced veterinary setting • Two years shelter experience preferred Salary $75,000 - $85,000


    Contact: Mike Kokernak, mkokernak@pawmettolifeline.org

  • City of El Paso Animal Services, Texas

    Associate Shelter Veterinarian

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 09/09/2014

    Are you looking for a place you can really make a difference? Welcome to El Paso! We are looking for a shelter veterinarian/ S/N surgeon. Until recently the majority of our intake was euthanized, but many in the city are asking for a change. Only recently the city has concentrated on an adoption program by instituting VIP (Virtually Irresistible Pets). Just last week we received a grant from the Stanton Foundation for an adoption van. In addition, we have a TNR program (grant from PetSmart Charities) that works with Sun City Cats. We have funding for a city sponsored Spay and Neuter clinic, we work a voucher program for free S/N from funding provided by the state of Texas. We sponsor low cost MC/rabies clinics and work with 12 rescue/transfer partners. The successful candidate will have a DVM or VMD, USDA accredited,Tx Biologicals/ vet licensing, & good epi background. You will see a wider variety of breeds, behavior, and bizarre than 10 yrs of practice--(and more fun) Join us!


    Contact: Marilyn Christensen, (915)842-1010, christensenme@elpasotexas.gov

  • Dumb Friends League, Colorado

    Veterinary Technician and Assistants

    Technician Job

    Posted on: 09/08/2014

    The Dumb Friends League is currently seeking skilled veterinary assistant and technicians (on a regular or relief basis) to join our team! In addition to competitive salaries, we offer a comprehensive benefits package to our full-time (30+ hours/week) staff members. For more information on the Dumb Friends League, our benefits package and to view our full job posting please visit our website - www.ddfl.org/about-us/jobs If you are interested in joining our team, please complete our online application. Resumes and cover letters should be uploaded through our online application. Thank you for your interest!


    Contact: codell@ddfl.org

  • Yavapai Humane Society, Arizona

    Veterinarian

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 09/08/2014

    Tired of private practice, emergencies, working six-seven days a week? Consider a change of pace with limited client contact, no emergencies, Tuesday-Friday practice at the Yavapai Humane Society’s Spay/Neuter & Wellness Clinic in Prescott, Arizona. YHS is seeking a (full-time) veterinarian to join the YHS team which operates by a No-Kill Ethic that drives a 97% live release rate, making our shelter the safest for pets in Arizona. Qualifications: Graduation from an AVMA accredited college/university w/DVM/VMD Degree; 5 yrs exp. including supervisor experience; Must be licensed to practice veterinary medicine in AZ (license current & in good standing); Malpractice/liabiliy ins.;The ideal candidate will have a strong commitment to animal welfare; previous clinical experience, particularly in shelters; strong surgical and dental diagnostic skills; good written and verbal skills; critical thinking and problem-solving skills; ability to prioritize; and superior communication skills.


    Contact: Nancy Miser, HR Manager, (928)445-2666, jobs@yavapaihumane.org

  • Assisi Animal Clinics ​of Virginia, Inc, Virginia

    Associate Veterinarian

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 09/05/2014

    Angels of Assisi is seeking an Associate Veterinarian to work in our spay/neuter and wellness clinic. Typical hours are Mon- Fri from 8:30-5 ( or finished) and every other Saturday 8:30-12 ( or finished). Responsibilities include: Perform routine spay and neuter in a high volume clinic alternating with routine wellness care and treating minor medical issues in client owned patients. New adoption center animal medical intakes and caring for sick adoption center animals. Our clinic's goal is to help people keep their pets, including the Pets for Life program through HSUS. Our mission and actions can be seen at angelsofassisi.org. Competitive salary and benefits offered with this position. Please send a resume/letter of interest to Lisa O'Neill loneill@angelsofassisi.org


    Contact: Lisa O'Neill, (540)400-2233, loneill@angelsofassisi.org

  • Kansas State University - Clinical Sciences, Kansas

    Assistant/Associate/Full Professor in Shelter Medicine

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 09/05/2014

    Shelter Medicine: College of Veterinary Medicine, Kansas State University invites applications for a Clinical Assistant/Associate/Professor. Applicants must hold a DVM or equivalent degree and have experience working with shelter animals. Preference will be given to candidates with formal training in shelter medicine and/or eligibility for board certification with the ABVP in the specialty of Shelter Medicine Practice. Screening of applications will begin on October 3, 2014 and continue until a suitable applicant is identified. Questions regarding the open position or search process should be directed to Dr. Kate KuKanich at (785) 532-5690 or kstenske@vet.k-state.edu or visit: http://www.vet.k-state.edu/about/employment/. Kansas State University is an equal opportunity employer of individuals with disabilities and protected veterans. Background check required. Kansas State University actively seeks diversity among its employees.


    Contact: Kascha Bohnenblust, (785)532-4890, kascha@vet.k-state.edu

  • Central California SPCA, California

    Veterinarian

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 09/04/2014

    The Central California SPCA is seeking a full- or part-time experienced veterinarian to work in our veterinary hospital and shelter. The ideal candidate should have experience in general medicine and surgery including spay-neuter, soft tissue, and orthopedics; although orthopedic experience is not essential. We are a full-service hospital open to the public. California license and ability to obtain DEA certificate are required. Please respond with resume to Dr. Mark Nample at nample@ccspca.com, or call 559-237-1150.


    Contact: Dr. Mark Nample, (559)237-1150, nample@ccspca.com

  • 4 Precious Paws Low Cost Spay/Neuter Clinic, Indiana

    Head Veterinarian

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 08/29/2014

    Tired of private practice, emergencies, working six or seven days a week? 4 Precious paws Spay/Neuter Clinic is looking for a Head Veterinarian. Job consist of surgery 3-4 days a week and vaccine clinic 1-2 evenings a week (3pm-6pm). Competitive salary, great support staff, quality medical protocol, and free weekends to enjoy with family and friends.


    Contact: Julie Wilson, (765)450-6750, fourpreciouspaws@yahoo.com

  • Lollypop Farm, Humane Society of Greater Rochester, New York

    Veterinarian

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 08/28/2014

    One full-time position as a Veterinarian is available at Lollypop Farm. The primary function of the Veterinarian is to oversee and monitor the health of shelter animals and provide veterinary expertise in accordance with the organizational policies and procedures. Perform spay/neuter surgeries. Assist the Director in establishing and maintaining all health related protocols to maximize animal placement and minimize euthanasia of adoptable animals. Set a professional and positive example for clinic staff. (Some evening and weekend work required.) To view the description in full and to apply online go to: http://ch.tbe.taleo.net/CH17/ats/careers/requisition.jsp?org=LOLLFARM&cws=1&rid=38


    Contact: valerieb@lollypop.org

  • Potomac Spay/Neuter Clinic, Virginia

    Veterinarian

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 08/28/2014

    Located in Manassas, VA, just outside Washington DC, the clinic is seeking a full or part-time veterinarian to join our growing team. The primary responsibilities of this position are providing high quality veterinary care for companion animals including surgical procedures and dentistry. Background in small animal medicine and degree from an accredited school of veterinary medicine required. The clinic offers competitive compensation and comprehensive benefits package including fully paid medical, dental, vision insurance. CE allowance, life and disability insurance, retirement plan and professional liability coverage available. Please forward cover letter, resume and salary requirements to Cate Mansfield, cate@spayandneuterclinic.org.


    Contact: Cate Mansfield, (540)437-1980, cate@spayandneuterclinic.org

  • Capital Area Humane Society, Ohio

    Staff Veterinarian

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 08/28/2014

    The Capital Area Humane Society, located in Columbus, Ohio, seeks a Staff Veterinarian to work with our Veterinary Services Department to provide veterinary care for nearly 10,000 animals annually. Our Humane Society is not-for-profit and dedicated to progressive programming and services to assist companion animals and their people in the communities we serve. This position is an opportunity for a veterinarian interested in working with great staff and applying the best of shelter medicine to our efforts to enhance the health and adoptability of homeless pets in Central Ohio. Evening and weekend hours and occasional on-call services are required. For a complete position description and application instructions, please visit www.cahs-pets.org/about-us/employment


    Contact: Sarah Tayse, (614)777-7387, employment@cahs-pets.org

  • Animal Shelter Inc of Sterling MA aka Sterling Shelter, Massachusetts

    Staff Veterinarian/s at Animal Shelter Inc. of Sterling, MA - IMMEDIATE OPENING FOR 1 FULL TIME OR 2 PART TIME DVM's

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 08/24/2014

    IMMEDIATE/PERMANENT for 1 F/T or 2P/T - MA licensed DVM's w/ valid DEA (Primary focus HQHVSN for shelter animals, other shelters/rescues/ACO's & privately owned animals. Exp. in HQHVSN and/or Humane Alliance training a plus) Provide leadership, training, direction for medical / surgical care of pets - day to day health of animals in the shelter. We offer a high quality facility, excellent support team & standards of care & patient safety record. In addition, you will have the exciting opportunity to train & mentor 4th year vet students & grow a variety of exciting upcoming programs through our partnership w/ the Tufts Shelter Medicine Rotation as well as oversee our Extern & Visiting Doctors program. Days/hours can be flexible. Great opportunity for the right candidate/s. Good personality, ability to thrive & multi-task in a busy environment a must as well as the ability to function as the only doctor on staff. Competitive salary / benefits.


    Contact: Leigh Grady, (978)422-8585, leigh13@ix.netcom.com

  • Humane Society of Central Illinois, Illinois

    Part Time Shelter Veterinarian

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 08/23/2014

    Humane Society of Central Illinois (HSCI) is seeking a part-time veterinarian, for 4 - 8 hours a week, to oversee the care and treatment of HSCI animals as well as perform spay/neuter surgeries. HSCI is a not-for-profit 501(c)3 organization supported by private donations. HSCI is a limited admission shelter currently caring for an average of 100 cats and 26 dogs daily. Primary responsibilities include performing spay/neuter surgeries for shelter and public animals, performing additional surgeries as needed on shelter animals (e.g. nucleation, exploratories, tumor removal, biopsies, dentals), providing veterinary health checks, monitoring health conditions, and advising on placement and euthanasia decisions. The ideal candidate is a motivated, positive, compassionate, team player and willing to play a role in the development and growth of our organization. Minimum of 1 year of small animal experience. Email resume and hourly wage to reichter@Comcast.net


    Contact: HSCI Board, reichter@comcast.net

  • Humane Society Calumet Area, Indiana

    Staff Veterinarian/Spay Neuter Surgeon

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 08/22/2014

    Humane Society Calumet Area is seeking a veterinarian for the Estelle Marcus Animal Clinic to oversee the care and treatment of HSCA animals as well as perform spay/neuter surgeries. HSCA is a limited admission shelter currently caring for an average of 400 animals daily. HSCA performs about 3,000 spay/neuter surgeries per year. The ideal candidate would be a veterinarian interested in a fast paced environment with a passion for making a difference in the community. An interest in providing care to the public through our wellness clinics is a must. EMAC is a well organized, high energy team that needs additional support as we continue to expand services. This is a full-time position with an hourly wage of $40.00 per hour. HSCA offers health insurance, 403b investment plan, and continuing education allowance. HSCA has been a resource in our community for 75 years! Please consider this wonderful opportunity to be a part of an exceptional team.


    Contact: Rachel Delaney, (219)513-8911, rdelaney@hscalumet.org

  • Valley Animal Center, California

    Lead Veterinarian

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 08/18/2014

    Valley Animal Center, a no-kill dog and cat adoption center and low-cost spay, neuter and vaccination clinic has an immediate opening for a full-time veterinarian in Fresno, CA to perform surgical sterilizations in our clinic. The veterinarian would conduct spay and neuter surgeries on dogs and cats for both clinic clients as well as our own shelter animals. Responsibilities would include physical exams, diagnosis, treatment of basic and critical care cases, developing medical plans, conducting follow-ups, processed housing and performing euthanasia as needed. Monday – Friday, no weekends or after hours. Compensation is negotiable. Requirements: Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) degree from an accredited university, license to practice in the state of CA.Please send cover letter and resume to jocelyn.splan@valleyanimal.org or fax to 559-233-3722


    Contact: Jocelyn Splan, (559)233-8554, jocelyn.splan@valleyanimal.org

  • Jackson County Animal Shelter, Mississippi

    Veterinarian

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 08/18/2014

    Jackson County Animal Shelter, located on the Mississippi Gulf Coast, is seeking a full-time licensed shelter Veterinarian to help us grow our programs. We have an annual intake of around 6,500 cats, dogs and the occasional assorted livestock. We are seeking a compassionate and motivated individual to work in our fast-paced environment. Must be able to perform spay and neuter surgeries and other surgeries as needed, examine, diagnose and provide treatment to shelter animals according to established guidelines, review and update guidelines and procedures to continue to improve the quality of care and provide information and medical guidance to the staff, as needed, to facilitate the health care of all JCAS animals.


    Contact: Diane Robinson, (228)990-9316, Diane_Robinson@co.jackson.ms.us

  • Arizona animal welfare league, Arizona

    Shelter Veterinarian

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 08/16/2014

    Arizona Animal Welfare League has an opening for an associate shelter veterinarian who works with our chief veterinnerian to provide medical and surgical care of animals in the shelter; monitors day-to-day health of animals in the shelter; and works to ensure for the health of the population. This includes triage and stabilizing ill and injured animals, diagnosing and treating a wide variety of medical conditions, anesthetizing animals, as needed, and performing surgery. The Veterinarian advises on placement and euthanasia decisions.Valid Arizona Veterinary License; a commitment to animal welfare; a working knowledge of companion animal care and adoption issues; previous clinical experience, particularly in shelters or a fast-paced veterinary setting; Strong surgical and diagnostic skills; Interest in and understanding of shelter medicine, epidemiology, and herd health; good written and verbal skills; critical thinking and problem-solving. 4 day work week on call everyother weekend


    Contact: Maranda Weathermon, (623)217-1171, mweathermon@aawl.org

  • ABC Clinic of Pet Refuge, Indiana

    Associate Veterinarian

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 08/14/2014

    Associate Veterinarian position open in South Bend, Indiana. Pet Refuge is a non-profit, no-kill animal shelter that opened ABC, their HQHVSN clinic, 3 years ago. ABC Clinic has performed more than 24,000 sterilization surgeries yet the demand is still overwhelming. We are moving to a larger facility and need a skilled passionate surgeon to help us with our mission. There is also opportunity to maintain medicine skills by providing wellness and outpatient care to dogs and cats living at the neighboring shelter or in foster care. Please send resume and cover letter to Dr. Kari Hatch, medical director at: karidh@yahoo.com. For additional information Dr. Hatch can be reached via email or at (574)-250-6405.


    Contact: Kari Hatch, (574)272-7729, karidh@yahoo.com

  • Haven Humane Society, California

    Associate Veterinarian

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 08/13/2014

    Associate position available immediately! New grads welcome! Haven Humane Society Spay and Neuter Clinic is actively seeking a motivated, hard-working veterinarian to join us at our busy companion animal clinic. The practice serves shelter, rescue, animal control and low income patients. We strive to provide a valuable service in our community by offering quality health care to many patients who cannot afford to go elsewhere and much needed care to unwanted/un-owned pets. Our high volume surgical load allows for a wide variety of surgical cases, while appointment filled afternoons allow for plenty of preventative and wellness care, with the occasional emergency. Come live in beautiful Northern California where you are 3 hours from the ocean and redwoods, four hours from the Bay Area and a stones throw to Wiskeytown Recreation Area, Shasta Lake, and Mount Shasta. Please come join us and be part of something special!


    Contact: Dr. Cyanna Howden, (530)241-1658, chowden@havenhumane.org

  • Humane Society for Southwest Washington, Washington

    Licensed Veterinary Technician

    Technician Job

    Posted on: 08/12/2014

    Nonprofit animal shelter in greater Portland area is hiring a full-time Licensed Veterinary Technician. We care for ~8,000 animals/year with ~4,000 surgeries performed in our spay/neuter clinic. Will be responsible for conducting the flow of the surgery day. Also responding to emergency situations and providing triage care. Must maintain detailed medical records and log books. Expected to collect and perform laboratory analysis and be directly involved in providing dental cleaning and extractions for shelter pets. Will need to train and supervise volunteers in the clinic. Must have a current WA state license or ability to obtain immediately. Qualified applicants must be professional, positive, detail oriented team players that possess a great work ethic and the ability to multi-task in a fast paced, fun and friendly environment. Preferred experience: 2 years as a licensed techinician with at least 1 year in a high volume spay neuter clinic. Please send resume to email below.


    Contact: Lauren Overman, DVM, (360)693-4746, loverman@southwesthumane.com

  • Northeast Animal Shelter, Massachusetts

    Shelter Veterinarian

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 08/10/2014

    We are seeking a recent graduate with a keen interest in shelter medicine. If you join our team, you will be in charge of all medical matters, examine all pets, diagnose, prescribe medication, administer shots, and oversee medical record keeping. We typically house 20 to 50 felines, and 25 to 100 canines. Sometimes we receive up to 70 puppies and dogs in one shipment, and on those occasions our in-house population is at capacity and the workload temporarily increases. We expect recent graduates will likely need an experienced veterinarian for assistance with non-routine matters. Our local veterinarian is willing to provide this guidance, although at your own initiative you would be able to consult with other veterinarians as you see fit. We will expect you to provide leadership and support the mission, goals and philosophy of NEAS. You must have a pleasant personality, good social skills, be able to motivate others, and thrive in a busy environment. You won't be bored!


    Contact: Betty Ozolins, (978)468-0100, bozolins@comcast.org

  • The Cattery Spay/Neuter Clinic, Texas

    Spay/Neuter Veterinarian

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 08/10/2014

    Corpus Christi, TX The Cattery is a 501(c)3 nonprofit Shelter and Spay/Neuter Clinic. We have an opening for a part time and full time spay/neuter surgeon at our growing high quality, high volume clinic. Our clinic opened in 2012 and has performed over 8000 surgeries. We are dedicated to educating our community about the benefits of spaying and neutering, and reducing the pet overpopulation in our city. We prefer experienced high quality, high volume surgeons but will train the right candidate. Current TX license required. Bilingual in Spanish is a plus. Salary commensurate with experience. Please send cover letter/CV to samantha@thecatterycc.org.


    Contact: Samantha Person, (361)876-1363, samantha@thecatterycc.org

  • Santa Fe Animal Shelter, New Mexico

    Lead Veterinarian

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 08/10/2014

    The Santa Fe Animal Shelter is looking for a full-time, 5 day/week veterinarian for our new, state-of-the-art public veterinary hospital in Santa Fe, NM. The hospital is attached to our progressive animal shelter but serves the public. We see a wide range of routine private practice cases, from dental infections to orthopedics. Flexibility and great communication with staff and a varied client base is a must. This hospital will be open weekends, so working at least 1 day per weekend is necessary. Spanish very helpful but not required. Benefits include health/dental insurance, paid holidays, and PTO. Salary dependent on experience.


    Contact: Mary Martin, mmartin@sfhumanesociety.org

  • Neuter Scooter, South Carolina

    Lead Veterinarian

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 08/08/2014

    We are looking for a full time Lead Veterinarian to practice professional veterinarian medicine in a full service atmosphere. General supervision to provide direct care, diagnosis, treatment and surgical procedures in our animal shelter as well as our full service hospital.This postion will also be involved in community outreach programs including rabies and microchip clinics as well as public education. Must possess a valid Veterinarian License and be able to pass a manadatory background and drug test.


    Contact: Dr John Carney, (803)407-8053, neuterscooter.petsinc@yahoo.com

  • Neuter Scooter, South Carolina

    Veterinarian Technician

    Technician Job

    Posted on: 08/08/2014

    We have a fast paced low cost and spay neuter clinic looking for an experienced entergetic person that loves people and animals. Must be a licensed vet tech with experience. Computer skills, avimark software, and accurate record keeping a plus.A valid drivers licence, background check and pre employment drug testing required. We also require applicant to provide us with references and past employment history.


    Contact: Dr John Carney, (803)407-8053, neuterscooter.petsinc@yahoo.com

  • City of Waco Animal Shelter, Texas

    Veterinarian

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 08/08/2014

    The City of Waco Animal Shelter is seeking a Contract (Full time) Veterinarian for our shelter that currently houses 300+ small animals with another 300+ currently in foster care. Responsibilities include proficiency in spay/neuter surgeries, medical and surgical care for shelter and/or animals, supervision and implementation of disease control protocols, participation in community outreach such as microchip/vaccination clinics and school functions, inventory control and security of drugs, and maintaining accurate records and data. The right candidate must be efficient, passionate about animal welfare, self-motivated, a team player with strong leadership skills, committed to excelling in a fast paced environment, and possess excellent professional judgment and initiative. The City of Waco and surrounding communities are committed to becoming a no-kill shelter. We would like our future Veterinarian to become an active supporter of the SpayStreet Waco program, as well as be committed to $78,000/Annually with actual salary commensurate with experience.


    Contact: Melinda Adams, (254)750-5773, Melindaa@ci.waco.tx.us

  • City of Corpus Christi, Texas

    Animal Care Program Manager

    Directors/Managers Job

    Posted on: 08/06/2014

    Plans, organizes and supervises overall management and administrative control of Animal Care and Control Division. Develops and implements division policies and procedures. Interprets and ensures division compliance with all City policies and procedures, standards of quality and safety, and all applicable city, state and federal laws and regulations, and city ordinances. Assists in preparing and administering the division's annual budget. Designs, recommends and implements long-term strategies to increase live release, improve animal care and public education, provide low cost veterinary care.Utilizes effective dispute resolution techniques when responding to irate citizens, difficult situations, and criminal investigations arising from the enforcement of Animal Control Ordinances and laws. For Full Job Description and Qualifications please visit: http://www.cctexas.com/government/human-resources/jobs/city-jobs/index Job posting will close August 19, 2014


    Contact: Steven Bly, (361)826-4602, stevenb@cctexas.com

  • Seattle Humane Society, Washington

    Veterinarian

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 08/04/2014

    Seattle Humane seeks a full-time Veterinarian to join our team. We are a nationally recognized nonprofit shelter that provides high quality medical care to our shelter guests. We also perform over 2,500 public spay/neuters annually with plans to expand. Come to Seattle Humane, and make a daily difference in the lives of animals in our community! The ideal candidate will have experience and a keen interest in shelter work. The veterinarian will perform spay and neuter surgeries and other surgeries as needed, examine, diagnose and provide treatment to shelter animals according to established guidelines and provide information and medical guidance to the vet staff as needed to facilitate the health care of all SHS animals. Must thrive in a busy environment and exemplify the high level of care the SHS provides to shelter guests. The veterinarian must provide leadership and support the mission, goals and philosophy of SHS. Must have strong communication skills and be able to motivate others


    Contact: Amy Castaneda, (425)641-0080, jobs@seattlehumane.org

  • PAWS of NE Louisiana Spay-Neuter Services, Louisiana

    Veterinarian Needed For Spay/Neuter Center

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 08/03/2014

    PAWS of NE Louisiana Spay-Neuter Services is located in Monroe, LA and has an immediate opening for a full-time veterinarian to perform surgical sterilizations in a newly renovated surgery facility. Monroe, LA is a growing university town of approximately 170,000 and is home to the stars of Duck Dynasty. Spay-Neuter Services is a high-quality, high-volume spay neuter center that was formed by PAWS of NE Louisiana in order to reduce the number of unwanted animals in our community. You can learn more at www.pawsnela.org. A strong work ethic and commitment to our mission to save lives through spay and neuter is required. Applicants will need to thrive in a high volume fast paced environment. Fully paid training on the HQHVSN technique will be provided by Humane Alliance in Ashford, NC. This salaried position is for Monday-Friday, no weekends or on call hours. Hours worked will decrease with increased efficiency. Send cover letter and resume to pawsnela@yahoo.com.


    Contact: PAWS Board of Directors, (318)397-0007, pawsnela@yahoo.com

  • City of Stockton, California

    Animal Services Supervisor

    Directors/Managers Job

    Posted on: 08/01/2014

    $4,716.88 - $6,056.06/mo The City of Stockton Police Department is currently recruiting for an Animal Services Supervisor to be part of a comprehensive program that emphasizes public education and animal welfare; and will be responsible for supervising and implementing policies and procedures, goals and objectives that serve to promote the policy of the State of California and City of Stockton codes and goals for animal control and welfare. Possession of a high school diploma or GED and two years of lead or supervisory experience in animal care or services or other related field. Registered Veterinary Technician certification or additional course work or training in animal services, animal behavior, public relations or law enforcement may substitute for up to one year of the required lead or supervisory experience. APPLY BY: 5:00 p.m., Friday, August 15, 2014 at www.stocktongov.com/jobs.


    Contact: Melissa Moore, (209)937-5120, melissa.moore@stocktongov.com

  • San Francisco SPCA, California

    Stockton Animal Services Shelter Veterinarian

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 08/01/2014

    If making a difference in this world and helping animals who have no one is important to you, here is your new opportunity. The SF SPCA is hiring a full-time shelter veterinarian for Stockton Animal Services. The shelter medicine program at Stockton Animal Services has been running for one year and continues to grow in collaboration with the SF SPCA and UC Davis. Be a part of an innovative approach to improving the care, welfare and positive outcomes of shelter animals who historically have not had access to veterinary care. For a full job description visit https://www.sfspca.org/career-opportunity-stockton-animal-services-shelter-veterinarian. Submit your resume and cover letter to careers@sfspca.org and list "SAS-DVM" in the subject line.


    Contact: Human Resources, (415)901-6648, careers@sfspca.org

  • Nevada Humane Society, Nevada

    Shelter Veterinarian

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 07/29/2014

    If you are a veterinarian with a passion for lifesaving and an abiding compassion for animals and people, we invite you to apply to Nevada Humane Society. PRIMARY RESPONSIBILTIES The primary responsibilities include performing high-quality, high-volume spay/neuter surgeries for shelter and public animals, performing additional surgeries as needed on shelter animals (e.g. nucleation, exploratories, orthopedics, tumor removal with biopsy, dentals, amputations), providing veterinary care for over 15,000 animals every year, and monitoring the health of and treatment animals in the shelter. These responsibilities are performed in coordination with a clinic and shelter staff, including three other veterinarians BACKGROUND In February, 2006, Nevada Humane Society (NHS) moved into a new state-of-the-art facility which it shares with Washoe County Regional Animal Services. Today, NHS is an open-admission, no-kill shelter that plays a critical role in sustaining a 94% communitywide


    Contact: Denise Stevens, (775)856-2000, dstevens@nevadahumanesociety.org

  • BC SPCA, British Columbia

    Hospital Director

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 07/29/2014

    The BC SPCA is recruiting for a Hospital Director who will be accountable for all functions of the Vancouver Hospital and its staff including managing veterinary budgets and providing financial analysis. This position ensures the BC SPCA Hospital runs in an efficient and effective manner and provides oversight and management of BCSPCA Spay/Neuter clinics. This position maintains the Hospital’s image as being compassionate, caring and concerned with the welfare of every animal and their guardian. You are registered as a licensed practitioner in good standing with the College of Veterinarians of BC with at least five years current veterinary practice experience. You have a high level of energy, stamina and are flexible in adapting to changing situations. Interested candidates, please forward your resume and cover letter outlining the reason you would be a good fit for this position to: careers@spca.bc.ca http://www.spca.bc.ca/about/careers/hospital-director.html#.U9fxnbHP3WU


    Contact: careers@spca.bc.ca

  • County of Orange / OCCR / OC Animal Care, California

    Chief of Veterinary Services

    Directors/Managers Job

    Posted on: 07/29/2014

    The Chief of Veterinary Services position reports to the Director of OC Animal Care and will provide for and direct all professional veterinary services. Licenses Required: Possession of a valid license to practice veterinary medicine in the State of California (DMV); A current Drug Enforcement Agency (D.E.A.) license for the prescription and administration of controlled substances; A valid California Driver's license, Class C is required by date of appointment and must be maintained throughout employment. Only online application will be accepted, to apply please click here: http://bit.ly/ChiefofVeterinaryServices.


    Contact: Josie McMurray, (714)834-7326, josie.mcmurray@ocgov.com

  • SPCA of Brazoria County, Texas

    Veterinarian—Spay Neuter Clinic/Shelter Medicine

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 07/28/2014

    The SPCA-BC provides shelter to over 6,000 animals annually. Seeking a FT veterinarian for our high-volume Low-Cost Spay Neuter Clinic. Responsibilities include proficiency in high volume spay/neuter surgeries (including pediatrics), medical and surgical care for shelter animals, supervision and implementation of protocols for veterinary technicians and surgical assistants, supervision and implementation of disease control protocols, participation in community outreach such as microchip and vaccination clinics, inventory control and security of drugs, and maintaining accurate records and data. The right candidate must be efficient, passionate about animal welfare, self-motivated, a team player with strong leadership skills, committed to excelling in a fast-paced environment and possess excellent professional judgment and initiative. Some weekend and evening shifts will be required. Must maintain a Texas Veterinary License, as well as DEA and DPS registrations. execdir@spcabc.org.


    Contact: Stacey Suazo, (979)236-0324, execdir@spcabc.org

  • Delaware SPCA, Delaware

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 07/25/2014

    Lead Veterianian/ Shelter Vet The Delaware SPCA is the oldest animal welfare organization in the state and has provided continuous service to pets and their companions for more than 135 years. We are currently seeking one full-time Lead Veterinarian and one part-time Shelter Veterinarian. Responsibilities include professional veterinary work, high volume spay/neuter surgeries, necropsy, emergency medical for sick/injured animals; initiates advanced and basic life support, establishing and implementing protocols for Veterinary Technicians. Assist with Humane Investigations. Provide monthly status reports at Board of Directors meetings and has input for suggestions and recommendations for improvements. The Delaware SPCA has immediate openings in both our Newark and Georgetown locations. Our Georgetown Veterinarians qualify for Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program.


    Contact: Tiffany Briddell, (302)998-2281, tiffany@delspca.org

  • Helping Hands Affordable Veterinary Surgery and Dental Care, Virginia

    Veterinarian

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 07/25/2014

    Is pulling teeth your thing? Do you enjoy dentistry and surgery? Our one of a kind hospital is looking for a veterinarian full time, who thrives in a fast paced environment to lead/run our dental department to include minor surgery, both oral and soft tissue. You must excel in extractions of both canine and feline teeth. You must be very comfortable with anesthesia. Opportunity for more advanced surgery available and a plus, if capable. You will have minimal to no client interaction and spend your entire day improving the lives of animals. You must be self motivated, a team player, calm and low drama. If you are compassionate about our mission- “prevention of economic euthanasia” then we have the perfect job for you. We offer very competitive salary and benefits with discreet interviews. To learn more about us visit www.affordablepetsurgery.com If excited about the opportunity, please send a resume to jake@plexecon.com or contact us at (804)651-1877.


    Contact: Jake Pasternak, (804)651-1877, jake@plexecon.com

  • Baltimore County Government, Maryland

    Veterinarian

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 07/24/2014

    Baltimore County Government seeks a veterinarian who will, under general supervision, practice professional veterinary medicine, provide direct care, diagnosis, treatment and surgical procedures in a public animal shelter. Provide direct supervision and oversee the services provided of the spay/neuter facility. Perform veterinary examinations. Administer treatments and vaccines. Prescribe medication. Perform surgical procedures, including spay and neuter. Administer pre and post surgery treatment. Euthanize animals pursuant to law and policy. Participate in community outreach programs such as rabies and microchip clinics. Document conditions and treatment pursuant to law and policy.Required Qualifications Doctor of Veterinarian Medicine or Veterinary Medical Doctorate degree from an accredited school of veterinary medicine. Licenses or Certificates: Possession of current Veterinarian License to Practice in the State of Maryland at time of application. Apply::www.baltimorecountymd.gov


    Contact: Joyce Gray, (410)887-4661, jgray@baltimorecountymd.gov

  • The Animal Shelter Society, Inc, Ohio

    Shelter Veterinarian

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 07/23/2014

    Southeastern Ohio Animal Shelter is recruiting a Shelter Veterinarian. This position will require a State of Ohio licensed Veterinarian. The Veterinarian will be responsible to direct, supervise and develop the animal care function, including spay and neuter surgeries, Wellness Clinic, medical evaluation and treatment of sick and injured shelter animals. Supervising duties will include the supervision of the Shelter’s Veterinarian Services staff. This is a full time position. Submit resume via email to assi@rrohio.com or call 740-452-1077


    Contact: Jody Murray, (740)452-1077, assi@rrohio.com

  • The Animal Foundation, Nevada

    Veterinarian

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 07/08/2014

    One of six positions vacant. Job description summary: Under administrative direction, responsible for providing high quality veterinary care of shelter and/or client owned animals, shelter medicine, spay/neuter surgeries and disease control protocols. Some positions may require an emphasis on high volume spay and neuter surgery, and others may require emphasis on duties related to shelter medicine and herd health.


    Contact: Michael Green, (702)384-3333, mgreen@animalfoundation.com

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