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  • 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 aasi@rrohio.com or call 740-452-1077


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

  • Multnomah County, OR, Oregon

    Certified Veterinary Technician

    Technician Job

    Posted on: 07/16/2014

    Multnomah County Animal Services (MCAS) is the only open door shelter in Portland. We are the primary agency responsible for lost pet care, animal abuse investigations and animal rescue in Multnomah County. We also offer dog and cat licensing, lost and found pet services, and animal adoptions through our shelter in Troutdale. We are accepting applications for a Certified Veterinarian Technician. The successful candidate will have previous experience performing the duties of a veterinary technician or assistant. You will support the veterinarians and veterinary technicians in ensuring quality veterinary care for all animals and help ensure a safe and effective hospital environment. Qualifications: HS diploma or GED; 2 additional years of training or course work in the animal health field and 2 years of work experience in an animal health-related field. Possession of or ability to get (within 6 months) a Euthanasia Technician certificate from Oregon. Apply at: www.multco.us/jobs.


    Contact: Kandace Bell, (503)988-6928, kandace.bell@multco.us

  • Multnomah County, OR, Oregon

    Veterinarian

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 07/16/2014

    Multnomah County Animal Services (MCAS) is the only open door shelter in Portland. We are the primary agency responsible for lost pet care, animal abuse investigations and animal rescue in Multnomah County. We also offer dog and cat licensing, lost and found pet services, and animal adoptions through our shelter in Troutdale. We are accepting applications for an experienced Veterinarian to provide medical services to shelter animals. Your days will be spent diagnosing and treating animal medical problems, performing spay/neuter surgeries and other needed procedures, supervising animal health staff. Your excellent communication skills will be used to relay information to staff and pet owners regarding the health status of the animals in our shelter. To be considered for this opportunity, you must have an Oregon Veterinary License at the time of hire and 2 yrs experience in a veterinary practice.and previous supervisory experience. To apply: www.multco.us/jobs.


    Contact: Kandace Bell, (503)988-6928, kandace.bell@multco.us

  • Animal Care League, Illinois

    Full-Time Veterinarian/Surgeon

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 07/15/2014

    Animal Care League is seeking an experienced full-time veterinarian and surgeon for the Chatka Ruggiero Spay/Neuter Clinic. The Full-Time Veterinarian would conduct spay/neuter surgery on cats, dogs and small animals for both clinic clients, as well as our internal animals. Responsibilities would also include providing basic and critical care for animals in our adoption program and stray animals being housed in our facility, on-call emergency care, perform necropsies as needed, perform euthanasia as needed, providing training/mentorship to vet techs in the externship program, and assisting with vaccine clinics and other community outreach initiatives. The ideal candidate would be a motivated, organized, positive, compassionate, team player with the ability to conduct 20 surgeries per day. Minimum of 1 year experience working in a Spay/Neuter Clinic required. 1 year of shelter medicine experience preferred. Experience with small animals preferred.


    Contact: Kira Robson, (708)848-8155, executivedirector@animalcareleague.org

  • Animal Care League, Illinois

    Part-Time Shelter Medicine Veterinarian

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 07/15/2014

    Animal Care League is looking for an experienced part-time shelter medicine veterinarian to provide care to animals coming through our program. The Shelter Medicine Veterinarian would be responsible for both adoption program animals and stray animals being housed in our facility. Responsibilities would include: physical exams, diagnosis, treatment of basic and critical care cases, developing medical plans, conducting follow ups, on-call emergency care, consulting with animal managers on protocols, processes and housing and performing euthanasia as needed. The ideal candidate would be a motivated, positive, compassionate, team player who is detail oriented and willing to play a role in the development and growth of our organization. Minimum of 1 year of Shelter experience required. Experience with small animals preferred.


    Contact: Kira Robson, (708)848-8155, executivedirector@animalcareleague.org

  • City of Rancho Cucamonga, California

    Part Time Veterinarian

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 07/14/2014

    Under administrative direction, provide quality veterinary care and treatment for animals at the Rancho Cucamonga Animal Care and Adoption Center. Graduation from an accredited university with a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) or Veterinary M.D. (VMD) designation, and three years of recent professional clinical experience in a professional animal medicine practice, working with domestic animals in a veterinary hospital or other animal care setting. Prior experience working with an animal shelter, and in a lead or supervisory capacity, is highly desirable. Ability to work weekends, evenings, and holidays, and on-call basis. Possession of a professional Veterinarian license, certified to practice in the State of California, as approved by the State Board of Examiners in Veterinary Medicine is required.


    Contact: Lucy Alvarez-Nunez, (909)477-2700, Careers@CityofRC.us

  • Delaware SPCA, Delaware

    Shelter Spay/Neuter Veterinarian

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 07/13/2014

    Part-time or full-time veterinarian wanted for the Delaware SPCA’s Sussex County shelter in Georgetown, DE This position requires a DVM and a Delaware veterinarian license and high quality spay/neuter skills. In addition to spay/neuter, responsibilities will include: examining and treating shelter animals, vaccination clinics, and assisting with cruelty cases. Treatment of shelter animals may also include amputation, eye removals, growth removals etc. No night or weekend work required. Previous experience in shelter medicine and pediatric surgeries is desirable but not required. Must have strong leadership skills and a professional commitment. The ability to effectively manage surgical team and communicate professionally with staff, We provide an interesting and varied caseload, competitive salary and benefits, and modern facilities and equipment. Please send your resume to resumes@delspca.org to be considered for this position.


    Contact: Bonnie Madonna, (302)856-6361, resumes@delspca.org

  • Broome County Humane Society & Relief Association, New York

    Veterinary Technician

    Technician Job

    Posted on: 07/09/2014

    Job Title: Veterinary Technician - up to 30 hours/week (actual days/times can be worked out with candidate). Broad Function: The Veterinary Technician assists with the health and care of the animals in our shelter, as well as working collaboratively to further the mission of the organization. Job Responsibilities: 1. Administers medications and injections. Start and review animals on medications in conjunction with the shelter Veterinarian. 2. Assist Veterinarian with spay/neuter and routine surgeries. 3. Treats animals humanely, with love and concern both on and off the job, and transmits these values to others. 4. Maintains medical records on every animal. 5. Completes fecal tests & urinalysis when required and implements a de-worming regimen. 6. Performs medical procedures within the scope of Vet. Tech as per license. Qualifications: NYS license - Veterinarian Technician Clean and valid drivers license required.


    Contact: Karen Matson/Laurie Hubik, (607)724-3709, kmatson@bchumanesoc.com

  • Beaver County Humane Society, Pennsylvania

    Shelter Veternarian

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 07/08/2014

    Responsible for providing leadership/direction for medical/surgical care of shelter animals; health of shelter animals; and works to ensure for populations’ health. Includes triage/stabilizing ill/injured animals (including being on-call, as needed), diagnosing/treating medical conditions, anesthetizing animals, and performing surgery. Works with many species, but mainly dogs/cats/rabbits. Advises on placement/euthanasia decisions. Oversees/trains veterinary technicians/assistants, including volunteers with medical backgrounds. Doctoral Degree in Veterinary Medicine from accredited institution; valid PA Veterinary License; commitment to animal welfare; working knowledge of companion animal care/adoption issues; previous clinical experience in shelters/fast-paced veterinary setting; minimum two years’ experience. Salary commensurate with experience. Benefits include vacation/medical/dental/eye. Submit cover letter/resume to ssalyards@beavercountyhumanesociety.org.


    Contact: Susan Salyards, (724)775-5801, ssalyards@beavercountyhumanesociety.org

  • City of Stockton, California

    Police Services Manager - Animal Services

    Directors/Managers Job

    Posted on: 07/08/2014

    The City of Stockton Police Department is currently recruiting for a Police Services Manager for its Animal Services Section. The Police Services Manager - Animal Services is responsible for the overall operation of the Animal Services Section of the Police Department and oversees a comprehensive 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 City of Stockton's codes and goals for animal control and welfare. Possession of a 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 only at www.stocktongov.com/jobs by 7/18/14 @ 5:00pm


    Contact: Anne Simpson, (209)937-7325, anne.simpson@stocktongov.com

  • Arizona Animal Welfare League, Arizona

    Public Clinic DVM

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 07/08/2014

    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. The role will require the ability to act quickly, use resources wisely, and work as a team with our great support staff. Saturday shifts required.5-7 years experience is ideal. Benefits, $70-80K plus prosal


    Contact: Maranda Weathermon, (602)273-6852, Mweathermon@aawl.org

  • 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

  • Philadelphia Animal Welfare Society PAWS, Pennsylvania

    Veterinarian

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 07/02/2014

    PAWS is hiring full time veterinarian for our low cost high volume spay/neuter and wellness clinic. The tentative schedule is Sundays through Thursdays from 9-5 with one 11-7 day. This is somewhat flexible but Saturday or Sunday is required. PAWS Wellness Clinic provides a means for low income families and animal rescue organizations in Philadelphia to access basic veterinary services for their dogs and cats. The clinic is equipped with the medications and resources to handle routine outpatient cases including wellness exams, skin conditions, upper respiratory infections, gastrointestinal disease, non-emergent urinary tract conditions, minor soft-tissue injuries, and other preventative care. The clinic veterinarian is responsible for examining in-house shelter animals that require medical attention as well as seeing approximately 15-20 appointments through the outpatient clinic. High volume, high quality spay/neuter skills are a plus. Surgery days are a mix of 14 dogs and 14 cats.


    Contact: Robin Ackerman, (215)298-9680, jobs@phillypaws.org

  • Animal Care Sanctuary, Pennsylvannia

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 07/01/2014

    Animal Care Sanctuary (ACS) in East Smithfield & Wellsboro, PA is seeking to hire a veterinarian full time Monday through Friday to work in our community clinics and occasional mobile clinics. Required to work one weekend event per quarter, but no on call responsibilities. The clinics provide spay/neuter and wellness services. Competitive salary & generous benefit package. Contact Joan Smith-Reese at 570-596-2200 for details or send resumes to PO Box A; East Smithfield, PA 18817.


    Contact: Joan Smith-Reese, (570)596-2200, jsmithreese@animalcaresanctuary.org

  • San Francisco SPCA, California

    RVT or Veterinary Assistant

    Technician Job

    Posted on: 06/27/2014

    As a member of our Stockton Animal Services Spay/Neuter team, you will experience a diverse and exciting caseload ranging from general practice to emergency, surgical and critical care for the Stockton shelter animals. You will be a member of and elite spay/neuter team working to grow from over 10,000 spay/neuter surgeries per year in San Francisco to perform an additional 5,000 spay/neuter surgeries annually at Stockton Animal Services. Qualified applicants must be professional, positive, detail-oriented team players that possess a strong work ethic, excellent critical thinking, technical and communication skills. We expect high level nursing care standards and the ability to multi-task in a fast paced, fun and friendly environment. To review the full job description and apply go to https://www.sfspca.org/career-opportunity-rvt-or-veterinary-assistant-stockton-animal-services or email careers@sfspca.org with RVT/VA-SAS in the subject line.


    Contact: careers@sfspca.org

  • Bay County Board of Commissioners, Florida

    Animal Services Veterinarian

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 06/26/2014

    This is responsible professional work supervising and providing medical care and treatment to sheltered animals in the Veterinary Services unit of the Animal Services Division in the Department of General Services. An employee assigned to this classification is responsible for providing veterinary services including administering injections and medication; post-operative observations; administering medical treatments and monitoring the health and care of impounded animals in a shelter facility; medical testing and test results interpretation, inventory control and security of drugs, laboratory work, to include a broad variety of clinical and laboratory activities and related clerical duties. Directs sanitation and feeding protocols, determines whether animals are treated or euthanized as a last resort. Exercises medical judgment and skills in the independent performance of duties for the care and treatment of animals within the shelter.


    Contact: Danielle Woods, (850)248-8201, dwoods@baycountyfl.gov

  • Maryland SPCA, Maryland

    Veterinarian

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 06/25/2014

    The Maryland SPCA Wellness Clinic offers a full range of veterinary services including wellness, basic sick visits, surgeries and dentistry but also offer a low-income vaccination clinic once weekly. We are open 7 days a week with some days split between surgery and appointments. We do not offer over-night or emergency care and will refer patients with severe injuries or illness to full-service vet hospitals as we do not provide extensive in-hospital observation and care. We are looking for a Staff Veterinarian that has experience with all aspects of veterinary medicine while enjoying client interactions. Our clinic is fast-paced and veterinarians are involved in much of the hands-on work. Great client care and efficiency are a must. DVM/VMD or equivalent degree required. License in good standing with the Maryland state veterinary board. License with the Drug Enforcement Agency required. Must be able to work evenings and one weekend shift. May cover at shelter & spay/neuter clinic.


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

  • Virginia Beach SPCA, Virginia

    Associate Veterinarian

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 06/25/2014

    The VBSPCA is currently accepting applications for the position of Associate Veterinarian. Full-time, or part-time schedules are negotiable. Applicants must be willing to work a flexible schedule including some Saturdays. We are a low-income, fast-paced full service clinic who also serves the animals in our shelter. Clinic includes digital radiology, internal lab services and mobile spay/neuter unit. Salary is negotiable with licenses and CE training/travel included.


    Contact: Emily Peck, (757)689-1937, Emily.Peck@VBSPCA.com

  • Northwest Spay & Neuter Center, Washington

    Lead Veterinarian

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 06/25/2014

    Maintain our high standards for patient care and ensure our continued success as a leading provider of spay/neuter services. Responsible for supervision of vet staff, daily care and sterilization of all surgical patients and maintenance of preventative health programs and medical protocol. Quality patient care is first and foremost. Environment is high-volume, high-quality spay and neuter. Previous HQHVSN and leadership experience required. Please submit cover letter and resume to coraw@nwspayneuter.org


    Contact: Cora Wells, (253)627-7729, coraw@nwspayneuter.org

  • Halifax Humane Society, Florida

    Veterinary Services Director

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 06/19/2014

    Halifax Humane Society, a 13,000 animal intake shelter in the beautiful Greater Daytona Beach area, is seeking a motivated DVM to lead the Medical Services Division. HHS work has been the subject of much acclaim including an appearance on the dog whisperer and accepting a national classy award. The Organization has 3 sites including a Humane Alliance model S/N Clinic in the heart of Daytona Beach. Primary duties entail: performing high quality, high volume S/N and general oversight of the HHS Medical Division. HHS offers starting salary range of 70k-80k (based on surgical ability), licensing fees, professional development, and great benefits. Candidate must be a strong leader willing to administer this department to exemplary heights. Humane Alliance certification or equivalent and a FL License preferred but not required to apply (Out of states will have to apply upon hiring). Please send cover letter and resume mpari@halifaxhumanesociety.org.


    Contact: Michelle Pari, (386)274-4703, mpari@halifaxhumanesociety.org

  • Spay Neuter Clinic, Ohio

    Veterinarian

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 06/18/2014

    Weekends off, exceptional pay, great staff, no emergencies, buy in opportunity. Spay Neuter Clinic, Cleveland offers neutering, vaccines, dental, declaws, preventative medicine. Experienced vet can make over $150,000 928-699-2195 or spaygod@gmail.com


    Contact: Dr. Thompson, (928)699-2195, spaygod@gmail.com

  • All About Animals Rescue, Michigan

    MUST LIKE DOGS! (Cats too)

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 06/17/2014

    All About Animals Rescue is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, founded in 2005, dedicated to ending pet overpopulation. We are the largest high quality, high volume, low-cost to no-cost spay and neuter, non-profit animal wellness organization in Michigan with clinics in Warren, Detroit and Auburn Hills. Our focus is on spay/neuter, pet wellness and pet adoption in the pursuit of No More Homeless Pets! Our Warren Wellness Clinic is in need of qualified, compassionate, part-time veterinarians to assess and treat animals seen in our clinic Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. All About Animals Rescue offers affordable animal wellness care to residents in the Metro Detroit Area. We offer highly competitive wages. Please contact Dianna for a confidential interview.


    Contact: Dianna Wilhelmson, (586)879-1745, diannaw@allaboutanimalsrescue.org

  • Nebraska Humane Society, Nebraska

    Veterinarian - Spay & Neuter Center with Shelter Rotation

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 06/16/2014

    Come join the Nebraska Humane Society’s dedicated Spay & Neuter Center team. Full-time veterinarian position at the Spay & Neuter Center with rotation through the shelter’s Animal Medical Department. Saturday hours and on-call hours required. Seeking to fill position immediately. Previous experience or exposure to high quality, high volume spay/neuter highly desirable. Experience in shelter medicine, pediatric and orthopedic surgeries is desirable but not required. We provide an interesting and varied caseload with modern facilities and a passionate staff. Candidates must be able to work as part of a high performance team and have the ability to communicate effectively with management, staff, volunteers, clients and adopters. Must be licensed to practice veterinary medicine in Nebraska and obtain DEA registration. See a more detailed job description and apply for this position at www.nehumanesociety.org. Click on “Employment Opportunities” at the bottom of the website.


    Contact: Dr. Amber Horn, (402)444-7800, dr.horn@gmail.com

  • Escambia County Animal Shelter, Florida

    SHELTER VETERINARIAN

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 06/13/2014

    The Escambia County Animal Shelter, Pensacola, Florida is seeking a Veterinarian to perform spay/neuter surgeries for animals that are placed for adoption and also, perform emergency medical care to sick and injured animals. Qualifications: Graduate of an accredited college or university with a degree of Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM), license to practice veterinary medicine in the State of Florida or maintains a License in another state with the ability to obtain a Florida license as a condition of employment. State or Federal licenses or permits required to maintain, dispense, and prescribe drugs and medications. Salary: this is a full-time position with a salary $68,723 - $78,728. Open Until Filled. Apply www.myescambia.com/jobs (phone: 850-595-1479)


    Contact: Barbara Keyser, (850)595-1479, barbara_keyser@co.escambia.fl.us

  • Humane Society of Southern Wisconsin, Wisconsin

    Shelter Veterinarian

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 06/13/2014

    The Humane Society of Southern Wisconsin seeks a passionate veterinarian to join our shelter medical team! This new, on-site position will have you caring for more than 2,000 lost and homeless pets in a non-profit shelter with 100+-year history and throughout a county area that includes Janesville/Beloit/Milton metro area, just south of Madison. You’ll help maintain the wellness of all our pets, conduct spay/neuter surgeries, oversee treatment plans and shelter sanitation and health protocols, and evaluate and conduct health and safety procedures. A 3/4 time position opens up extra personal time in a job that requires a high level of professionalism, organization, and a heartfelt desire to practice shelter medicine and help pets go home again. Go to www.petsgohome.org/about-us/job-opportunities for a full job description.


    Contact: Brett Frazier, Executive Director, (608)752-5622, bfrazier@petsgohome.org

  • Gastineau Humane Society, Alaska

    Licensed Veterinary Technician

    Technician Job

    Posted on: 06/12/2014

    The Gastineau Humane Society is pleased to announce the opening for a Licensed Veterinary Technician licensed in the state of Alaska. This is a full-time permanent position offering a competitive salary, medical insurance, 401K, and discounts on pet services as well as the fulfillment found in helping Juneau’s pets in need. The Gastineau Humane Society is a private, non-profit open admission shelter with a spay/neuter clinic on premises. We also offer boarding, grooming and doggie daycare services, as well as service the Animal Care and Control contract for the City and Borough of Juneau. Please submit a cover letter and resume to Dr. Rachel Berngartt, Clinic Director at clinic@ghspets.org by June 30, 2014.


    Contact: Rachel Berngartt, DVM, (907)789-0260, clinic@ghspets.org

  • PETA, Virginia

    Licensed Veterinary Technician (LVT)

    Technician Job

    Posted on: 06/11/2014

    Join PETA’s mobile clinic team as a Licensed Veterinary Technician to pick up a few relief shifts each month or think about working for PETA full-time. You will make a difference by putting your skills and experience to use for some of the neediest animals in your community. In addition to spay and neuter surgeries, each year our team provides lifesaving medical assistance for painful issues such as pyometras or prolapses, to animals who would otherwise be denied access to medical treatment. No dog or cat that comes to PETA is turned away because of their guardian’s inability to pay for treatment. Other Highlights of the position include: -Competitive pay and benefits - starting pay is $21+ per hour depending on experience -Four day weeks, with most days ending by 5:00pm -A varied, flexible scheduled. Can you work four days a week? Great! Can you join a shift once a month? Great! -Team environment and individual accountability -Helping needy animals and preventing further overpopulation in your community If this sounds like something you are interested in, please do not hesitate to apply online at: https://www.appone.com/MainInfoReq.asp?R_ID=816674


    Contact: Natalie Hawkins, (757)622-7382, jobopenings@petaf.org

  • Washington Humane Society, District of Columbia

    Staff Veterinarian

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 06/11/2014

    The Washington Humane Society (WHS) seeks a skilled veterinarian, who is passionate about saving animals. WHS provides care and services for more than 43,000 DC animals annually through a broad portfolio of programs including humane law enforcement, animal control, no-cost TNR, wildlife rescue, and humane education. With the Medical Director, the Staff Veterinarian provides sterilizations for shelter and public animals, engages with our community through low-cost vaccine clinics, and provides treatment/care to animals in our adoption centers. The ideal candidate will be experienced in high-volume spay/neuter, have gone through focused shelter medicine programs, and possess an excitement for providing care to animals in need and a commitment to reach organizational goals. Please submit a cover letter outlining your qualifications and passion for the WHS mission, salary history and resume to careers@washhumane.org with the subject “Vet.” To learn more, visit www.washhumane.org/jobs


    Contact: Alexandra Feldt, (202)683-1838, careers@washhumane.org

  • Bethany Animal Hospital, Arizona

    Associate Veterinarian (immediate opening)

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 06/10/2014

    We are searching for one or more exceptional individuals to fill PT or FT, long term positions. Focus is internal medicine rather than surgery. Must be independent and able to prioritize/handle multiple projects at once in a timely/efficient manner. Ideal candidate has a compelling need to make a difference in the lives of the animals and the humans he/she encounters, as well as: - a strong interest in internal medicine and in working up challenging cases - creative problem solving skills - the ability to work and play well with others - a high degree of computer literacy and adaptability to a paperless environment Bethany Animal Hospital is a well established, privately owned, small animal practice. We have several active rescue affiliations and an extremely diverse caseload. We support the development of special interests and skills that will benefit our patients. Veterinary software is Avimark. Hrs: M-F 7:30a-7:30p. No wknds, No on-call.


    Contact: Rochelle Stephan, (602)242-1657, bahmngr@gmail.com

  • Pet Helpers, South Carolina

    Licensed Veterinary Tech

    Technician Job

    Posted on: 06/10/2014

    Veterinary Technician (James Island) Nonprofit animal shelter and veterinary clinic is hiring two full-time Licensed Veterinary Technicians. • providing monthly medical for current residents • treating medical issues of shelter and foster animals at the direction of staff veterinarians • completing daily shelter rounds • updating medical information in database • assisting our clinic staff in surgery • assisting veterinarian in providing out-patient exam services • leading tech team in operation of spay/neuter and out-patient surgery • assisting veterinarian in providing out-patient exam services • assisting veterinarian in providing medical Both candidates must be dependable and flexible, with good organizational and time management skills. Ability to handle stressful situations with a positive attitude is a must. Experience with shelter medicine, AviMark, Pet Point is a plus. Please email cover letter and resume to ksearle@pethelpers.org


    Contact: Katie Searle, ksearle@pethelpers.org

  • Pet Helpers, South Carolina

    Veterinary Assistant-Shelter Medicine

    Technician Job

    Posted on: 06/10/2014

    Non-profit animal shelter and veterinary clinic on James Island is hiring a full-time Veterinary Assistant. Duties will include, but are not limited to: • assisting in operation of spay/neuter and out-patient surgery • assisting veterinarian in providing out-patient exam services • assisting veterinarian in providing medical treatments • preparing surgical packs Must be dependable and flexible, with good organizational and time management skills. Ability to handle stressful situations with a positive attitude is a must. Experience with shelter medicine, AviMark, Pet Point is a plus. Please email cover letters and resumes to ksearle@pethelpers.org.


    Contact: Katie Searle, ksearle@pethelpers.org

  • Last Chance Animal Rescue, Maryland

    Receptionist, spay/neuter clinic

    Technician Job

    Posted on: 06/10/2014

    Seeking an energetic, positive team player to join our team at the Spay Spot, a low cost, high volume, high quality spay neuter hospital in Upper Marlboro, MD. Your skills should include assisting customers in making appointments, the check-in and check-out process and assisting customers with referrals. You must have the ability to educate effectively, work independently, make sound judgments, be organized and have strong writing skills. Join the growing team at Last Chance Animal Rescue and be part of an organization that saves 8-10,000 animals yearly, spays and neuters 20,000 animals yearly and truly makes a difference in the lives of companion animals! Full time, benefits, experienced team, ability to advance, great boss:) (me) If you have the passion to really help animals and want to work towards eliminating needless euthanasia apply via email to lastchancehumane@yahoo.com. Please include your salary requirements and resume.


    Contact: Cynthia Sharpley, (301)848-1956, lastchancehumane@yahoo.com

  • Animal Humane New Mexico, New Mexico

    Chief Veterinary Officer

    Directors/Managers Job

    Posted on: 06/06/2014

    Animal Humane New Mexico is the state’s leading shelter. We are seeking DVM to join our team as the Chief Veterinary Officer (CVO) of our donor subsidized clinic. The CVO directs all phases of our clinic ensuring the highest quality veterinary care, exceptional client services and maximum productivity of the veterinary medical team. We are seeking a strong, proven leader who will work together with our team ensuring superior medical care for our pets as well as operational efficiency in the clinic. Significant experience in a high-volume spay and neuter setting is required. Must possess strong leadership and management skills and have the ability to succeed in a fast-paced environment. Must be a graduate of an accredited School of Veterinary Medicine and possess a current and valid DEA license as well as all licenses required by New Mexico law. A complete job description can be found here http://animalhumanenm.org/pets/about/join_our_team/.


    Contact: John Brant, (505)938-7887, johnb@animalhumanenm.org

  • Cat Adoption Team, Oregon

    Lead Veterinarian

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 06/05/2014

    Lead Veterinarian wanted for a high-impact cat shelter in Portland (Ore.) metro area. Approx. 30 hours per week. Cat Adoption Team is a limited admission, adoption guarantee shelter that finds homes for ~2,300 cats per year. Full-service, on-site veterinary hospital treats and spays/neuters shelter cats and performs ~1,800 low-cost spay/neuter surgeries for public cats. CAT is looking for an experienced veterinarian with background and/or training in shelter medicine; proficiency in high quality, high volume spay and neuter surgery, including pediatrics; excellent communication skills; and a passion for helping cats. Job responsibilities include providing medical care for shelter cats, performing spay and neuter surgeries, and working with Hospital Manager to update hospital protocols and provide staff CE. For a detailed position description and instructions for application, see http://catadoptionteam.org/about-us/employment/.


    Contact: Karen Green, kareng@catadoptionteam.org

  • Humane Society of Weld County, Colorado

    Shelter Veterinarian

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 06/04/2014

    The Humane Society of Weld County (HSWC), an open admission shelter located in Evans, CO, is accepting resumes for the position of Shelter Veterinarian. The HSWC takes in approximately 5,000 animals a year and spay/neuters approximately 3,000 animals for both the shelter and public. Qualified applicants will be able to perform 15-25 surgeries per day, 2-3 times a week. The veterinarian will also provide medical care to shelter animals and will provide services for our low cost vaccination clinic twice a month. Graduation from an accredited college, Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine (DVM), licensure in the State of Colorado and eligible for a DEA license. Prefer 1-3 years of veterinary experience and supervisory abilities. Computer proficiency and good interpersonal skills is also required. Must be able to lift animals up to 50 pounds and comply with licensure and regulatory agencies. Evans is an hour north of Denver and 30 miles east of the Rocky Mountains.


    Contact: Elaine Hicks, (970)506-9550, ehicks@weldcountyhumane.org

  • Pro Pet Fix, California

    Spay/Neuter Surgeon

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 06/02/2014

    Orange County: Pro Pet Fix has an opening for a part-time (or regular relief) surgeon at our Tustin/Santa Ana office. The position is currently 2-3 days per week 9-3 and does include most Saturdays. Since opening in 2011 our 2 high-volume, high-quality spay/neuter centers have sterilized over 10,000 dogs, cats, and rabbits. We provide low-cost services for the public, rescue groups, shelters, pediatric patients, and feral cats. Our dedicated staff is committed to educating our community about the benefits of spaying and neutering, and how best to care for their pets. It is a fast-paced and fun work environment with excellent support staff. Spay/neuter experience is helpful but we are open to training the right candidate if you have good surgical skills and enjoy surgery. Current CA license required. Bilingual in Spanish is a plus. Prefer candidates who do not have to commute more than 30 minutes. Salary commensurate with experience. Please send cover letter/CV.


    Contact: Heidi Strand, DVM, (714)973-1840, drhstrand@propetfix.com

  • Greater Birmingham Humane Society, Alabama

    Chief Medical Officer

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 05/29/2014

    The Greater Birmingham Humane Society is currently seeking a Veterinarian/Chief Medical Officer to join our team. The Chief Medical Officer will provide and ensure proper healthcare to dogs, cats and other animals at the shelter. Responsible for the medical health and well being of sheltered animals, including but not limited to sterilization, quarantine issues, and ethics of the shelter medical practice. Directs all veterinary medical care related to shelter animals, implementing practices and protocols related to shelter medicine. At GBHS our mission is to promote the humane treatment of animals and people through education, advocacy and services. We offer competitive pay and excellent benefits which include: medical insurance, dental, vision, disability, life and paid time off.


    Contact: Christie Williamson, (205)267-8597, hr@gbhs.org

  • SPCA of Texas , Texas

    Shelter Veterinarian

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 05/29/2014

    The SPCA of Texas is seeking a Shelter Veterinarian to help fulfil our mission. 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. This position will help to ensure herd health protocols and proper sanitation practices. The ideal candidate will have a passion for shelter medicine and the welfare of homeless and abused animals. This position will occasionally be required to testify in court concerning cruelty cases. SPCA of Texas offers a competitive salary and benefits package including PTO, medical, dental, vision, and more. Must be licensed to practice veterinary medicine in the State of Texas with a current DEA license for controlled substances. Please visit our website for a full job description, www.spca.org. Send letter/resume: hr@spca.org or 2400 Lone Star Drive, Dallas, Texas 75212.


    Contact: Suzanne Richardson, (214)461-1849, hr@spca.org

  • Spay Neuter Clinic, Arizona

    veterinarian

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 05/23/2014

    East Phoenix area - Weekends off, exceptional pay, great staff, no emergencies, buy-in opportunity. Tempe Spay Neuter Clinic offers neutering, vaccines, dental, declaws, preventative medicine. Experienced vet can make over $130,000 in less than 40 hours weekly. 928-699-2195 or spaygod@gmail.com


    Contact: Dr Thompson, (928)699-2195, spaygod@gmail.com

  • Norfolk SPCA, Virginia

    Associate Veterinarian

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 05/22/2014

    The Norfolk SPCA is seeking a full time veterinarian for our high volume, affordable clinic. The ability to do 20-25 surgeries per day is a plus. A successful candidate MUST be able to multitask and work in a fast-paced environment. Competitive rates and benefits are offered. Must hold a VA license in good standing and have a DEA license or be eligible to obtain one.


    Contact: Kim Kendzora, jobs@norfolkspca.org

  • La Plata County Humane Society, Colorado

    Lead Veterinarian

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 05/21/2014

    La Plata County Humane Society, located in Durango, is looking for a Lead Veterinarian to work within a dynamic and model shelter environment with experience in shelter medicine. Responsibilities include professional veterinary work, spay/neuter surgeries, emergency medical for sick/injured animals; initiates advanced and basic life support, establishing and implementing protocols for Veterinary Technicians. Provides monthly status reports at Board of Directors meetings and has input for suggestions and recommendations for improvements. Qualifications: Graduate of an accredited college or university with a degree of Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM), license to practice veterinary medicine in the State of Colorado and State or Federal licenses or permits required to maintain, dispense, and prescribe drugs and medications. Competitive salary appropriate with experience along with benefits. Request full job description details and email applications to chris@lpchumanesociety.org


    Contact: Chris Nelson, (970)259-2847, chris@lpchumanesociety.org

  • The SPCA of Anne Arundel County, Maryland

    Part-time Veterinarian wanted

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 05/21/2014

    The SPCA of Anne Arundel County is seeking a licensed veterinarian in the state of Maryland for our spay/neuter clinic located in Annapolis, Maryland. The qualified candidate will be capable of performing 25-30 surgical alterations per day in a high-quality, high volume spay/neuter setting. High volume of spay/neuter procedure is a critical component of this position. Other duties include basic examinations, specific animal treatment regimens, and monitoring treatments as needed. Experience in shelter medicine preferred. Must work will in a fast-paced, team environment. Send resumes and salary requirements to jobs@aacspca.org


    Contact: Rita Melvin, (410)268-4388, Rita.Melvin@aacspca.org

  • Santa Maria Valley Humane Society, California

    Shelter Veterinarian

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 05/20/2014

    Located on the beautiful central coast of California, the Santa Maria Valley Humane Society seeking a skilled veterinarian who is passionate about saving lives to join our organization as Staff Veterinarian. SMVHS has undergone rapid growth and just moved to a brand new facility that will enable the organization to substantially increase both adoption and spay/neuter services. This newly-created, full-time position is a critical leadership role in overseeing the health and care of dogs and cats in the SMVHS no kill adoption program and serving as the lead surgeon for the SMVHS low cost spay/neuter clinic. The ideal candidate will be experienced in both shelter medicine and high-volume spay/neuter. Compensation includes a competitive salary, paid vacation/sick leave/holidays, CE, and dues/licenses. For a full job description or more information please contact Jill Tucker, Executive Director, at jilltucker@smvhs.org.


    Contact: Jill Tucker, (805)349-3435, jilltucker@smvhs.org

  • Humane Society of Utah, Utah

    Part-Time Veterinarian

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 05/20/2014

    Utah's premier animal adoption center and high volume spay/neuter and vaccination clinic is seeking one or two part-time associate veterinarians to work Mondays and/or Saturdays, and to provide coverage for our full-time managing Doctor’s absences for vacations and conferences. The Humane Society of Utah was established in 1960. In addition to our adoption and clinic services we have a full-time cruelty investigator and outreach, foster, volunteer and education program. No one does more for so many! Responsibilities are primarily staffing our walk-in vaccination clinic, but will also include evaluating and treating shelter animals, and performing high volume, high quality spays and neuters. Current Utah license is required. Please send resume to Pauline Edwards, Humane Society of Utah, P.O. Box 573659, Salt Lake City, Utah 84157-3659, or e-mail to pedwards@utahhumane.org


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

  • Humane Society of Greater Miami, Florida

    Lead Veterinary Technician

    Technician Job

    Posted on: 05/20/2014

    Under the supervision of the Chief Medical Officer, the Lead Veterinary Technician ensures that compassionate care, timely movement, and current vaccinations are maintained for all animals in the shelter. The Lead Veterinary Technician assists the Chief Medical Officer in the management, development and growth of the medical team. The Lead Veterinary Technician oversees that routine health examinations are performed on all animals entering the Humane Society of Greater Miami and will ensure that all protocols/procedures are strictly followed by the medical team while those animals are housed and cared for in our shelter. This is a full-time position, weekends may be required. Position may require occasional flexibility with schedules.


    Contact: Dr. Maureen E. Swan, (305)749-1824, dr.swan@humanesocietymiami.org

  • Poi Dogs and Popoki, Hawaii

    Veterinarian for Mobile Spay and Neuter Unit

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 05/19/2014

    Poi Dogs & Popoki (PDP) is a 501c3 charitable organization located on the island of Oahu in Hawaii. We are hiring a full-time veterinarian to operate a low cost spay and neuter mobile clinic for the public, 3 to 4 days per week, 50 weeks per year. Up to one day per week will spent providing preventive care to cats at PDP’s free roaming cat sanctuary. This new mobile unit is in operation now with experienced staff and volunteers. Policies and protocols are in place. We are looking for a veterinarian to complement our team and help us fulfil our mission. Applicants must have or be able to obtain a Hawaii License and DEA License prior to signing contract or within a specified timeframe. We will require a one week working interview to approved candidates to discuss detailed contract terms and review operating policies and procedures. Salary to commensurate with experience. Please send cover letter and resume to chris@poidogsandpopoki.org.


    Contact: Chris Alejo, (808)341-7294, chris@poidogsandpopoki.org

  • Santa Fe Animal Shelter, New Mexico

    Veterinary Technician

    Technician Job

    Posted on: 05/19/2014

    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

  • Sauk County Humane Society, Wisconsin

    Shelter Veterinarian

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 05/15/2014

    Develop/implement a comprehensive shelter animal health care program; direct kennel staff; train; monitor animal population. Responsible for all aspects of healthcare for shelter animals, including evaluation, diagnosis, disease prevention, treatments, spay/neuter. Ensure protocols for cleaning and disinfection are based on current practices specifically for animal shelters. Responsible for supervision of controlled drug logs. 3 years’ experience in shelter setting desired, or five to ten years experience in an alternate veterinary setting. DEA license. Schedule—Three/four days, 15-20 hours per week, including two Saturdays or Sundays/month. Must be a positive, energetic team player capable of thriving in a shelter environment. Strong work ethic and commitment to our mission is paramount. Must possess a DVM/VMD degree and be licensed in Wisconsin. Send cover letter (including salary requirements) and resume to: Rose@saukhumane.org.


    Contact: Rose, (608)356-2520, rose@saukhumane.org

  • Berkeley Humane, California

    Medical Director

    Directors/Managers Job

    Posted on: 05/14/2014

    Are you a talented and ambitious veterinarian that aspires to make a lasting and positive impact at a respected and enduring animal welfare institution? Founded in 1927, Berkeley Humane is seeking an innovative and inspiring DVM to lead our shelter medicine program and veterinary team to help advance our capacity to save, and find homes for, dogs and cats in our community. We need a strong visionary who will work collaboratively with team members and leadership to ensure that policies, procedures, and protocols are aligned with current best practices in shelter medicine, ensuring top-notch medical care for our animals and operational efficiency in the hospital and throughout the organization. Significant experience in high-volume/high-quality s/n and shelter settings required. Must possess strong people management skills and have ability to succeed in fast-paced environment. Must have appropriate licenses, as well as be available to work weekends. Job description www.berkeleyhumane.org


    Contact: Corinne Lamata, clamata@berkeleyhumane.org

  • Dakin Humane Society, Massachusetts

    Veterinarian

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 05/13/2014

    Dakin Humane Society - We’re expanding and in search of a full time (40 hour per week) veterinarian. Top quality facility, excellent support team, regular hours (no long days or emergency), excellent standards of care and patient safety record. Primary focus is HQHVSN for shelter, community, and owned animals, with some public vaccine/wellness; emphasis on lower income pet owners. Surgical teams provide 30+ sterilizations per day; patients are currently 30% canine/70% feline. Previous Humane Alliance training is a big plus. Preferred candidates are currently skilled with this surgical load; candidates who can do 20-25/day now and demonstrate ability to gain needed skills within 2-3 months will also be considered. This is a full time position with a competitive salary, generous paid time off, health/dental/professional liability, CE, license and professional membership benefits.


    Contact: Karina King, (413)781-4000, kking@dpvhs.org

  • SPCA of Brevard, Florida

    Veterinarian

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 05/13/2014

    The SPCA of Brevard is looking for a full time seasoned shelter/general practice vet to perform spay/neuters, wellness exams and diagnostics for our community and shelter residents. Benefits include health insurance compensation, annual production bonus, paid holidays, personal, sick, vacation time, CE and membership dues. 40-45 hours a week including 1 Saturday a month. Salary up to 100K depending on experience. Please help us help those in need! WE NEED YOU!


    Contact: Angela Dean, (321)269-0536, spcaadmin@spcanorthbrevard.com

  • Second Chance Animal Shelter, Massachusetts

    Veterinarian

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 05/11/2014

    Seeking full time veterinarian for our Wellness Center. Second Chance is a no-kill shelter that also operates a full service clinic for pets in need. This includes a high volume spay/neuter clinic. This is an excellent position for the veterinarian that wants to help pets in need and make a difference in animal's lives. Experience in a high volume spay/neuter clinic is a plus. This is an innovative shelter offering subsidized veterinary care to the neediest of pets. Competitve salary and benefits offered with this position. This is an immediate opening so applicant should send a resume to info@secondchanceanimals.org with the subject line "HR - veterinary position". You can also call the shelter at 508-867-5525 and speak with the director Sheryl Blancato. For details on what our shelter is about, you can check out our website at www.secondchanceanimals.org We are looking for the applicant that the experience and passion to truly make a difference in the lives of pets.


    Contact: Sheryl Blancato, (508)867-5525, scasdirector@hotmail.com

  • HELP Spay Neuter Clinic, Georgia

    Veterinarian

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 05/08/2014

    Seeking individual with two or more years experience in a veterinary clinic, veterinary hospital, and/or animal shelter or control facility. Candidate should be highly motivated, enthusiastic self-starter with a professional attitude. Experience or training in a high-volume spay/neuter facility is preferred. Must be a licensed Veterinarian in the state of Georgia. Must be eligible for DEA licensing and USDA accreditation. This position is scheduled for 4 days/week, usually Monday through Thursday; however, the schedule can change and may sometimes require Friday or weekend hours to complete the job and will include working every third weekend performing a vaccine clinic. Some shelter/rescue medicine will be included during regular business hours. To apply, fax resume to 770.304.7912 or email to helpspayneuterclinic@gmail.com.


    Contact: Cindy Leopard, (404)405-4422, helpspayneuterclinic@gmail.com

  • Safe Harbor (Kenosha, WI) Humane Society, Wisconsin

    Shelter Veterinian

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 05/08/2014

    Help us continue our progress! Save some lives, have a life. Safe Harbor Humane Society (3200 animals /yr) is seeking a skilled, energetic, self-motivated shelter Veterinarian with HVHQSN experience. Safe Harbor Humane Society is a private non-profit 501c3 open admission shelter servicing Kenosha County, WI (midway between Milwaukee and Chicago on the Lake Michigan Shore!). The primary responsibilities will include HVHQSN for shelter, community, and privately owned animals. Must be able to evaluate health status in an objective manner and determine most appropriate care. Familiarity with Guidelines for Shelter Medicine essential. Responsibilities include shelter medicine, public vaccine/wellness and community outreach. Candidates must hold or obtain WI DVM licensing within 30 days of hire, in addition to a valid DEA license. New grads are welcome to apply - experienced mentoring and relief available. Contact with cover letter and resume to Carol Sylvester at csylvester@sbcglobal.net


    Contact: Carol Sylvester, (224)430-0537, csylvester5@sbcglobal.net

  • Washington Humane Society, District of Columbia

    Veterinary Technician

    Technician Job

    Posted on: 05/07/2014

    Seeking an energetic, positive team player to join our staff at the National Capital Area Spay and Neuter Center. Main responsibilities include assisting in surgical prep, anesthetic induction, monitoring, recovery, examination, and medication of shelter/public animals. The Veterinary Technician is also responsible for administering vaccinations and other injections. The successful candidate must possess strong veterinary/surgical/critical care skills, familiarity with infectious disease transmission/prevention, and basic laboratory skills; be a high school grad/equivalent; be able to lift up to 50 lbs. unassisted and to work a flexible schedule; possess a strong commitment to rescue/help any animal in need; and have strong attention to detail, record keeping skills, communication skills, computer skills, and knowledge of resolving conflicts with domestic/wild animals. To apply, submit a resume and letter of interest to careers@washhumane.org with the subject “Vet Tech - SNC.


    Contact: Alexandra Feldt, (202)683-1838, careers@washhumane.org

  • Watauga Humane Society, Boone, North Carolina

    Shelter Licensed Veterinarian

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 05/06/2014

    We are interested in engaging a licensed veterinarian to work part time or up to five days a week, in the Watauga Humane Society Adoption and Education Center located in Boone, to make a difference in the lives of our animals. A passion for shelter medicine and the welfare of homeless and abused animals is required. Familiarity with the needs and challenges posed by an animal welfare environment would be helpful. Duties would include disease prevention and preventative work, as well as regular monitoring of the health of our animals and treatment of the many diseases and injuries common to homeless, neglected and abused animals. This would be a fantastic position for a retired veterinarian who wishes to work part time without the responsibilities of managing a veterinary practice.


    Contact: Laurie Vierheller, (828)266-9843, director1.whs@gmail.com

  • Associated Humane Societies, New Jersey

    Veterinarian for Mobile Spay/Neuter Unit

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 05/06/2014

    The Society is seeking a licensed veterinarian to head our fast growing Mobile Spay/Neuter program. This position deals with high volume spay and neuter and preventative health and wellness. Our unit is based in Newark but travels within several surrounding areas. A top notch veterinary technician team is already in place. If the idea of working in a different location daily appeals to you, please submit a resume, along with salary requIrements to dbeyfuss@ahsppz.org. This is a full time position offering stipend for continuing education;health insurance, vacation and license benefits. Weekdays only - you will have your weekends free!


    Contact: Debbie Beyfuss, (973)824-7080, dbeyfuss@ahsppz.org

  • PETS Inc, South Carolina

    Lead Veterinarian

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 05/05/2014

    We are looking for a Lead Veterinarian for our Spay Neuter Clinic. This position will include high volume spays and neuters as well as wellness checks on adopted animals from our shelter. This position is looking for a veterinarian that can diagnose and treat both shelter and owned animals.


    Contact: Jessica Ricketts, (803)407-8053, neuterscooter.petsinc@yahoo.com

  • Stockton Animal Shelter, California

    Veterinary Technician

    Technician Job

    Posted on: 05/02/2014

    We are looking for 3 skilled veterinary technicians to work alongside the San Francisco SPCA to support Stockton Shelter with high volume spay neuter surgeries. This technician role is mission critical for Stockton to win the national ASPCA Challenge and save hundreds of shelter animal lives. The expectation is 20-30 hours per week from June to August. The surgery team is responsible for 30-50 alterations per day. Applicants should be trained and familiar with anesthetic drug combinations, drug dosage calculations, surgical preparation, instrument sterilization and packaging, anesthesia monitoring, and patient recovery. Self-starters showing robust experience preferred. Opportunity to expand role in either organization is possible beyond the term of this assignment. Help Stockton win the ASPCA $100K Challenge while gaining exposure beyond the role and publicity with a broader team of animal welfare enthusiasts. Submit resumes to careers@sfspca.org and list "SAS" in subject.


    Contact: Human Resources, careers@sfspca.org

  • City of Rochester, New York

    Shelter Veterinarian

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 04/29/2014

    Rochester Animal Services, located in Rochester, NY is accepting applications for one full-time Shelter Veterinarian to manage and direct the veterinary unit of the municipal animal care and control agency. To review the vacancy announcement and apply, go to http://www.cityofrochester.gov/jobs/. Qualified applicants should submit a City of Rochester employment application by May 30, 2014. Resumes will not be accepted in place of a City of Rochester employment application. City residency is required within one year of hire. ADA/EEO.


    Contact: Chris Fitzgerald, (585)428-6898, Chris.fitzgerald@cityofrochester.gov

  • Pet Preventive Care, Connecticut

    Veterinarian, part-time

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 04/29/2014

    Veterinarian for vaccination clinic for cats and dogs in Bridgeport, CT. Clinic held on Sunday morning, once per month for approximately two hours. Compensation paid at the time of clinic. Examination of cats and dogs, administer vaccinations, must be friendly and compassionate with pets.


    Contact: Pet Preventive Care, (570)294-9149, forpetcare@aol.com

  • Pennsylvania SPCA, Pennsylvania

    spay/neuter surgeon

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 04/25/2014

    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. 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. Expect a fast paced, energetic environment, with a balance of routine procedures and new challenges. Flexible and part-time schedules available. Send resume mmccool@pspca.org. Please see www.pspca.org to learn more about the Pennsylvania SPCA.


    Contact: Michelle McCool, mmccool@pspca.org

  • Animal Care & Control of NYC, New York

    Shelter Veterinarian

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 04/24/2014

    DEFINITION Provide leadership and direction for the medical and surgical care of animals in the shelter. Responsible for the day to day health of animals in the shelter. Triage and stabilize ill and injured animals (including on-call as needed), diagnose and treat a wide variety of medical conditions, anesthetize animals as needed, and perform surgery. Recognition and documentation of animal cruelty, including expert witness testimony. EXAMPLES OF DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: • Diagnosis and treatment of disease • Disease identification and surveillance, including daily rounds • Triage and examination of a variety of species • Efficiently stabilize and manage a variety of trauma cases, including vehicular traumas, high-rise traumas, etc. • Recognize, manage and treat a wide variety of medical conditions, with a particular focus on infectious diseases • Direct veterinary technicians and assistants in the daily performance of their duties • Oversee controlled substance


    Contact: Sara Morris, (212)442-2063, smorris@nycacc.org

  • Virginia Kincheloe Spay/Neuter Clinic, Virginia

    Veterinary Surgeon

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 04/24/2014

    Help us achieve the day when there will be no more homeless pets !! The Virginia Kincheloe Spay/Neuter Clinic in historic Fredericksburg VA is seeking a full time vet to join our busy practice. The qualified candidate must be able to perform 25-30 spay/neuter procedures per day, or demonstrate the ability to reach that volume with relative ease. Hours are typically 8:30-4:30 Monday thru Friday. No more long days or late nights! We offer a generous compensation package. Fredericksburg offers a nice lifestyle being conveniently nestled mid-way between Washington, DC and Richmond, Virginia. For further information or to forward your resume, please contact Kim Kincheloe at kincheloeclinic@yahoo.com or call 540-840-2686


    Contact: Kimbra Kincheloe, (540)840-2686, kincheloeclinic@yahoo.com

  • Broome County Humane Society & Relief Association, New York

    Shelter Veterinarian

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 04/22/2014

    Classification: Part-time Hourly Shelter Veterinarian responsible for the medical health and well-being of sheltered animals, including but not limited to sterilization, managing quarantine issues and ethics of the shelter medical practice. High volume of spay/neuter procedures is a critical component of this position, Performs examinations, specific animal treatment regimens, and monitoring treatments as needed. Direct veterinary medical care related to shelter animals, implementing practices and protocols relating to shelter medicine.


    Contact: Karen Matson, (607)724-3709, kmatson@bchumanesoc.com

  • Gulf Coast Humane Society, Florida

    Shelter Veterinarian

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 04/21/2014

    The Gulf Coast Humane Society located in Fort Myers, Florida is looking for a Shelter Veterinarian to work directly with the shelter pets in our care. The position will include spay/nueter surgeries twice a week. The Shelter Veterinarian should be Doctor of Veterinary Medicine and licensed to practice in Florida. Basic duties to include: Provide oversight to the quality of medical and surgical care provided at the GCHS by ensuring that animals receive prescribed treatments and medications; patient rechecks occur regularly and in a timely manner; and that professional medical staff adhere to treatment and disease control protocols and standards. Demonstrate continually expanding body of knowledge and clinical expertise. Continually build knowledge about a wide variety of sheltering models as it relates to: * Observing, documenting and researching trends in the practical application of veterinary medicine at OHS;


    Contact: Jennifer Galloway, (239)332-0364, jennifer@gulfcoasthumanesociety.org

  • Central California SPCA Small Animal Hospital, California

    Veterinarian

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 04/21/2014

    The Central California SPCA is seeking a full or part-time experienced veterinarian to work in our veterinary hospital. 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 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

  • San Francisco SPCA Shelter Medical and Spay/Neuter Department, California

    RVT and Veterinary Assistant

    Technician Job

    Posted on: 04/19/2014

    The San Francisco SPCA Shelter Medical and Spay/Neuter department is looking for experienced Veterinary Assistants and RVTs. We are a community supported non-profit, dedicated to saving, protecting and caring for cats and dogs and recently voted one of the Best Places to Work in the Bay Area. Our goal is to provide great services and keep you productive, fulfilled and happy! Our high-volume Spay/Neuter Clinic performs over 10,000 surgeries per year and our Shelter Medicine department supports over 4,000 annual adoptions. Qualified applicants must be professional, positive, detail oriented team players that possess a great work ethic, excellent critical thinking, technical and communication skills, with high level nursing care standards and the ability to multi-task in a fast paced, fun and friendly environment. Submit cover letter and resume to Nursing Manager, Renee Skye at rskye@sfspca.org Please visit our website http://www.sfspca.org/ for more information.


    Contact: Renee Skye, RVT, (415)522-3547, rskye@sfspca.org

  • Humane Society of West Michigan, Michigan

    Director of Veterinary Medicine

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 04/18/2014

    Humane Society of West Michigan HSWM, located in the greater Grand Rapids, MI, area is accepting applications for one full-time Shelter Veterinarian/Director of Veterinary Medicine or one part-time (24+hours) Shelter Veterinarian. To review vacancy announcement, go to hswestmi.org ("about" - "jobs"). Qualified applicants should email their (1) Cover letter; (2) Detailed CV; (3) Copy of Michigan License; (4) Salary history and salary expectation; and (5) Three professional references (written format, with contact phone numbers and email addresses) to David Shears, Director of Operations, dshears@hswestmi.org.


    Contact: David Shears, (616)791-8141, dshears@hswestmi.org

  • Last Chance Animal Rescue, Inc., Maryland

    Veterinarian

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 04/17/2014

    A hospital in the heart of southern Maryland seeks a surgeon who specializes in high volume spay/neuter. The applicant must have a current Maryland license and be an effective communicator to lead a team of well-trained technicians. The right candidate will have experience with high volume spay/neuter and be comfortable seeing appointments, assisting with vaccine clinics and have strong client and team member communication skills. Our amazing surgeon is stepping back a little, but demand for our services is increasing. Our surgeon and our medical director are available for advice and training. You can have it all; our hospital, in the middle of horse country, is an hour drive from the beach, the mountains or the city. Make a great living with no emergency calls and minimal weekend hours. Submit your resume, salary requirements and availability to Cynthia Sharpley, Director, Last Chance Animal Rescue, Inc. lastchancehumane@yahoo.com or call 301-848-1956.


    Contact: Cindy , (301)848-1956, lastchancehumane@yahoo.com

  • Spartanburg Humane Society, South Carolina

    Veterinarian

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 04/14/2014

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


    Contact: Shail Radloff, (864)583-4805, shailr@spartanburghumane.org

  • Estelle Marcus Animal Clinic, Indiana

    Spay/Neuter and Clinic Veterinarian

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 04/11/2014

    The Estelle Marcus Animal Clinic is seeking a veterinarian to join our growing spay/neuter and wellness clinic. The Estelle Marcus Animal Clinic is a non-profit high-quality, high-volume, low-cost spay/neuter and wellness clinic located at the Humane Society Calumet Area in Munster, IN (approximately 25 miles south of Chicago, IL). Job functions include, but are not limited to, performing 25-35 surgeries per day on public and shelter animals, performing preventive health and wellness programs, ensuring all clinic staff members are adhering to proper peri-operative care of patients, medical protocol and daily record keeping. A DVM degree from an accredited school of veterinary medicine, a license to practice veterinary medicine in the state of Indiana and DEA license eligibility are required. High-quality, high-volume, spay/neuter experience is preferred. Please submit resume and cover letter with salary requirements to Rachel Delaney, Executive Director: rdelaney@hscalumet.org.


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

  • ANIMAL PROTECTIVE FOUNDATION, NEW YORK

    DIRECTOR OF VETERINARY MEDICINE

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 04/10/2014

    Health related aspects of care for sheltered animals: evaluation, diagnosis, disease prevention, vaccinations, testing, treatments. Surgical/medical services and care for a variety of well, sick and injured animals. Disease Surveillance, Control and Response Overall goals • Sustained and improved animal health after intake • Timely and proper treatment for sick or injured • Recovery from acquired disease or injury Assist with animal selection for euthanasia Supervision controlled drug logs Veterinary care for injured or distressed animals, or those showing signs of significant illness. Monitor feed protocols Certify animals that are medically available for adoption. 3 years experience in shelter setting, or five to ten years of experience in an alternate veterinary setting DMV License Drivers license DEA license. NYS Certified to perform euthanasia


    Contact: MICHAEL DAUGHERTY, (518)522-1237, DAUGHERTY@ANIMALPROTECTIVE.ORG

  • Creekside Animal Clinic, North Carolina

    Veterinarian

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 04/08/2014

    Creekside Animal Clinic, an AAHA accredited practice in Mebane, NC seeks a full-time associate veterinarian. We are a thriving small animal clinic with strong community partnerships, including relationships with two public shelters and one animal sanctuary. The veterinarian will spend half of each week seeing patients at Creekside Animal Clinic. The remaining time will be spent performing spays/neuters, exams, & treating patients at a nearby shelter and/or spay/neuter clinic. This is an ideal position for someone who enjoys shelter medicine and wants to gain surgical experience, but also craves the variety of cases and client/patient relationships offered by private practice. Candidates should have a DVM/VMD degree from an accredited university and ideally at least 2-3 years experience, but new graduates are welcome to apply. Candidates should have excellent interpersonal skills, a high level of personal accountability, and strong work ethic.


    Contact: Julie Swanner, julie@mycreeksideonline.com

  • Seattle Humane Society, Washington

    Veterinarian

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 04/08/2014

    Seattle Humane seeks a part-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)274-1510, jobs@seattlehumane.org

  • Bideawee, New York

    Vice President, Veterinary Medicine

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 04/07/2014

    For over 100 years, Bideawee has been a leading pet welfare organization serving Metro NYC and Long Island. The VP oversees veterinary and hospital staff at Bideawee’s two public animal hospitals, which provide preventive care through complex surgeries, as well as a third facility for sheltered animals. The VP will ensure that quality, compassionate care is provided to private clients and adoption center animals while maximizing profitability of the hospitals to support mission-based programs. As a member of senior management, the VP will provide informed ideas to advance the mission and will serve as a public spokesperson. Requirements: 5+ years management experience; experience in a sheltering facility preferred; DVM highly preferred, licensed CVPM or equivalent experience considered; enthusiasm for Bideawee’s mission and personal values that align with organizational values. For a position description/to apply, please contact: mcounter@dhrinternational.com.


    Contact: Michele Counter, mcounter@dhrinternational.com

  • Santa Fe Animal Shelter, New Mexico

    Public Clinic Veterinarian

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 04/03/2014

    The Santa Fe Animal Shelter is looking for a full-time, 4-5 day/week veterinarian to run our new, state-of-the-art public veterinary hospital in Santa Fe, NM. The hospital is attached to our progressive animal shelter but will serve the public on a sliding scale, income qualified basis. 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 keep more injured or ill animals in their homes instead of being relinquished to our shelter due to medical expenses. We see a range of routine private practice cases, from dental infections to orthopedics. The role will require the ability to act quickly, use resources wisely, and work as a team with our great support staff. Weekend shifts required. Benefits include health/dental insurance, paid holidays, and PTO. Salary dependent on experience.


    Contact: Jennifer Steketee, DVM, (505)983-4309, jsteketee@sfhumanesociety.org

  • Escambia County Board of County Commissioners, Florida

    Veterinarian

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 04/03/2014

    Escambia County, Pensacola, FL is seeking a Veterinarian to perform professional veterinary work at the Animal Services facility. EXAMPLES OF DUTIES: Performs a high volume of spay/neuter surgeries for animals that are placed for adoption. Performs emergency medical care to sick and injured animals; initiates advanced and basic life support by following protocols and supervises the Veterinary Technician. Maintains effective communications with the Department Director as well as the Shelter Manager. A minimum of 3-5 years veterinarian work experience is preferred. LICENSING REQUIREMENTS: License to practice Veterinary Medicine in the State of Florida or maintains a License in another state with the ability to obtain a Florida license as a condition of employment. Current State or Federal DEA license or permits required to maintain, dispense, and prescribe drugs and medications or ability to obtain. APPLY: www.myescambia.com/jobs


    Contact: Barbara Keyser, (850)595-1479, barbara_keyser@co.escambia.fl.us

  • Shelter Outreach Services, New York

    Veterinarian for HQHVSN Program

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 04/03/2014

    GREAT JOB OPPORTUNITY: Part time position open for a veterinarian with Shelter Outreach Services (SOS). SOS is a MASH-style, high quality high volume spay neuter program that serves the Finger Lakes region of NY State. We have an opening for a part-time veterinarian. Our open weekday is Friday, with the potential to pick up additional weekend clinics as requested each month too. Our regular weekday positions do not come up very often (every couple of years) as we are lucky to have a great staff of veterinarians and licensed veterinary technicians who all enjoy their work and enjoy being part of our program. Take advantage of this opening and join our great team! We provide competitive salary, health and retirement benefits, continuing education, and licensing fees. Please call or email to discuss. SOS just celebrated our 10-year anniversary at the end of June 2013. We have spayed/neutered over 90,000 animals in the past 10+ years.


    Contact: Leslie Appel, DVM, (607)592-8892, LDA3@cornell.edu

  • City of Moreno Valley, California

    Request for Proposal for Contract Veterinary Services

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 04/02/2014

    The City of Moreno Valley (Riverside County) is soliciting proposals from qualified, California licensed veterinarians to provide veterinary services for the Moreno Valley Animal Shelter and the Moreno Valley Animal Clinic. This is a unique opportunity for a well-qualified veterinary professional to bring his/her expertise to this very important public/private partnership. The selected contractor will take advantage of this turn-key, well designed veterinary medical facility with a well-established public and private clientele to provide world class service to the citizens of Moreno Valley. The partners will work together toward a goal of providing first-rate, compassionate care to all companion animals and ultimately finding them permanent homes. The successful bidder will be the contractor with the best combination of professional qualifications, range of services, pricing and ability to provide added value to the City. http://www.moreno-valley.ca.us/rfps/bids_rfps.shtml


    Contact: Virginia Garcia, (951)413-3186, purchasingdivision@moval.org

  • Cornell University, New York

    Faculty Position in Epidemiology

    Veterinarian Job

    Posted on: 03/31/2014

    Faculty Position in Epidemiology - College of Veterinary Medicine Cornell University The Department of Population Medicine and Diagnostic Sciences invites applications for a 12-month tenure-track position in Epidemiology at the rank of Assistant or Associate Professor. Areas of strength within the department and the college include the epidemiology of production and companion animals, shelter medicine, food and waterborne diseases, wildlife health, diagnostic sciences, and genetics. Salary and rank will be commensurate with previous experience and credentials. See full text of announcement and application requirements at https://academicjobsonline.org/ajo/jobs/3899 The search committee will begin considering complete applications on May 15, 2014 and will continue until the position is filled. Diversity and inclusion have been and continue to be a part of our heritage. Cornell University is a recognized EEO/AA employer and educator.


    Contact: Dr.Yrjö Gröhn, epidemiologyvet@cornell.edu

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