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  • Chief Executive Officer

    Location | Chicago, Illinois

    Noetic Search

    Reporting to the 9-member Board of Directors, the CEO is responsible for setting the vision and direction as well as general oversight of the Shelter, which includes administration of all programs, managing and developing a $7.1 million budget, approximately $6.2 million in investments including an endowment that is currently valued at about $1.2M. There are approximately 100 employees and 400 active volunteers. The CEO directly manages nine direct reports.
  • Director of Veterinary Services

    Location | Charlottesville, Virginia

    Charlottesville-Albemarle SPCA

    The Director of Veterinary Services oversees the SPCA’s onsite veterinary clinic, providing leadership, direction, and supervision to all members of the clinic staff. The Director of Veterinary Services is expected to be well versed in shelter medicine including protocol development, outbreak prevention and management, and staff training.
  • Director of Development

    Location | Remote, Remote/Telework Position

    Dogs Playing for Life

    The Director of Development manages all aspects of the fund development program and secures funds in a wide variety of ways, including but not limited to: identifying prospective supporters, building and cultivating relationships, making direct requests to individuals, major gifts, and annual fund campaigns and implementing special events.
  • Shelter Veterinarian

    Location | Evans, Colorado

    Humane Society of Weld County

    The Shelter Veterinarian provides high-quality medical care to shelter animals, including spay/neuter, treatment of various medical conditions, and herd health maintenance. (S)he assists in developing, advancing, and implementing shelter medicine protocols and delivers and ensures humane medical treatment of all animals seen in the shelter.
  • Contract Veterinarian

    Location | Santa Cruz, California

    Santa Cruz County Animal Shelter

    This position is responsible for providing high volume spay/neuter surgeries for Shelter animals and privately owned animals through our low-cost and free spay/neuter program: Planned PetHood; providing veterinary and surgery services for Shelter animals; providing expertise and direction for managing the medical care and protocols at both Santa Cruz County Animal Shelter locations; carrying out the philosophy and policies of the organization; ensuring humane care and treatment of sheltered animals; and providing guidance to Shelter staff on animal medical issues as needed.
  • Animal Care Technician

    Location | Arlington, Virginia

    Animal Welfare League of Arlington

    Duties include routine animal care, maintaining animal records, administering medications, sterilizing equipment, and performing euthanasia when necessary. Animal Care Technicians spend extensive time cleaning kennels on a daily basis in order to provide the healthiest and safest environment for our animals.
  • Clinic Veterinary Assistant

    Location | Charlottesville, Virginia

    Charlottesville-Albemarle SPCA

    Clinic Veterinary Assistants are responsible for monitoring and treating all patients with medical concerns within the shelter. They perform thorough intake protocols for all animals entering the shelter, administer daily medications, triage reported health concerns, and provide care for patients housed in critical care areas within the clinic.
  • Daytime Custodian

    Location | Charlottesville, Virginia

    Charlottesville-Albemarle SPCA

    This position is responsible for thorough and outstanding cleanliness of the entire facility, with particular attention to high traffic areas both indoors and outdoors. The objective is to maintain a spotless appearance through regular, safe, thorough, systematic housekeeping duties
  • Adoption Manager

    Location | Camden, South Carolina

    Danny & Ron's Rescue

    Danny & Ron’s Rescue’s Adoption Manager is primarily responsible for ensuring high-quality adoption services of dogs rescued by this internationally-known Rescue through effective team leadership and supervision of the day-to-day activities of the adoption department.
  • Shelter Veterinarian

    Location | Hailey, Idaho

    Mountain Humane

    The Mountain Humane Shelter Veterinarian leads the Mountain Humane Medical Team in providing high quality medical care for, and maintaining the health of, the Shelter animal population. This includes comprehensive exams, spay and neuter surgeries, requesting and interpreting bloodwork, and using our in-house x-ray, dental, lab station, and ultrasound equipment for diagnostics and treatment.
  • Director of Operations

    Location | Harrisonburg, Virginia

    Rockingham Harrisonburg SPCA

    The Director of Operations at the Rockingham-Harrisonburg SPCA will oversee all shelter programs and operations and be responsible for oversight of the animal care, customer service, medical, volunteers, and foster programs and related staff functions.
  • Veterinary Technician

    Location | Gainesville, Florida

    Alachua County Board of County Commissioners

    This is responsible technical work providing professional and humane care to animals in the custody of the County Animal Shelter.
  • Veterinary Technician

    Location | Sarasota, Florida

    Animal Clinic of the Humane Society of Sarasota County

    Veterinary Technicians are under the direct guidance and supervision of the Veterinary Technician Supervisor and doctors. Incumbents of this position are required to assist the practitioners to the fullest possible extent, to help improve the quality of care given to the patients of the Animal Clinic of the Humane Society of Sarasota County, and to aid the practitioners in achieving greater efficiency by relieving them of technical work and administrative detail.
  • Animal Care Technician

    Location | Alexandria, Virginia

    Animal Welfare League of Alexandria

    Animal Care Technicians are responsible for daily cleaning, feeding, and provision of any medical treatments to the animals in our care.
  • Veterinarian

    Location | Charlottesville, Virginia

    Charlottesville-Albemarle SPCA

    The Shelter Veterinarian oversees the SPCA’s onsite veterinary clinic, providing leadership, direction, and supervision to all members of the clinic staff. The Shelter Veterinarian is expected to be well versed in shelter medicine including protocol development, outbreak prevention and management, and staff training.
  • Kennel Attendant

    Location | Lindenwold, New Jersey

    Animal Adoption Center

    The Kennel Attendant is responsible for cleaning and providing humane care to the animals in the possession of AAC. Feed animals and clean kennels.
  • Intake Specialist

    Location | Chicago Heights, Illinois

    South Suburban Humane Society

    The Intake Specialist position duties include preparing medications as prescribed by our veterinarian and assisting with incoming vaccination and administering second dues, diagnostics and health monitoring.
  • Veterinarian

    Location | Vieques, Puerto Rico

    Vieques Humane Society

    As a veterinarian at Vieques Humane Society, a typical day would include performing spays and neuters on owned animals as well as shelter animals, providing routine wellness exams and vaccinations to owned animals and shelter animals, performing routine physical examinations on owned animals and shelter animals and diagnosing, treating, and managing their medical cases and providing client education.
  • Spay/Neuter Veterinary Surgeon

    Location | Villa Rica, Georgia

    West Georgia Spay Neuter Clinic

    Our mission is to help reduce pet overpopulation in Georgia with client education, spay and neuter. WGSNC service owned, shelter, rescued, foster, and community (feral cats) pets. We offer physical examinations, vaccines, and sterilization.
  • Animal Law Enforcement Officer

    Location | Colorado Springs, Colorado

    Humane Society of the Pikes Peak Region

    The purpose of this position is to utilize specially trained, non-sworn personnel to perform lower priority non-criminal duties within Animal Law Enforcement. This is accomplished by responding to and processing low priority calls; communicating via radio, operating a vehicle safely in routine situations; maintaining reference and information of basic City and County Municipal Ordinances and State Statutes, and Department procedures; performing duties and responsibilities; providing field training for community service officers and/or volunteers; and filling in for ALE call takers/dispatchers.
  • Operations Manager

    Location | Vallejo, California

    Humane Society of the North Bay

    The operations manager will develop, implement and maintain policies and procedures to ensure safe and humane treatment of animals admitted to the care of HSNB. They will also supervise, manage and motivate all staff to maximize their effectiveness and productivity. Ensure that all staff are trained in the Standard Operating Procedures relevant to their duties.
  • Wildlife Medical Supervisor

    Location | San Diego, California

    San Diego Humane Society

    The current Project Wildlife medical staff consists of the Director of Wildlife Medicine (who is also the sole full-time veterinarian), one part-time veterinarian, 3 RVTs, 2 veterinary assistants and 1-2 Wildlife Veterinarian Interns. As the program continues to grow, our brand new Wildlife Medical Supervisor will be an essential part of our team who allows us to consistently set the standard for wildlife rehabilitation throughout the country and be the second chance that our incredible and biodiverse native wildlife deserves.
  • Veterinarian

    Location | Sarasota, Florida

    Cat Depot

    Cat Depot, voted Best Veterinarian and Favorite Least Known Tourist Destination in Sarasota, is looking for a veterinarian who wants to make a difference to homeless and hurt cats, and cats and clients who can't afford traditional veterinary care.
  • Behavior Program Associate II

    Location | Bellevue, Washington

    Seattle Humane

    The Behavior Program Associate II is an experienced animal behavior consultant with knowledge of dog and cat behavior. Behavior Program Associates regularly consult, support, and coach adopters, foster parents, staff, and the public. The ideal candidate has experience assisting with behavior management and modification plans for dog and cats, can advise on and work with animals with mild-moderate behavior challenges.