Shelter Veterinarian

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Job description UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY Department: Medical- Keep Pets with Family Classification: Full Time, Salary - Overtime Exempt Job Relationship: Reports to the Veterinary Medical Director, who reports to the Executive Director. Works closely with all departments and volunteers Position Summary: The Veterinarian will help BARCS expand its Keeping Pets with Family program. It is a unique opportunity to save lives and decrease shelter admissions, while helping people who are experiencing economic hardship keep their pets. This program seeks to keep pets in their loving homes, even when owners can not afford veterinary care. The Veterinarian will see animals in an exam room in the shelter, as a service to the community, providing an alternative to people surrendering their pets. The Veterinarian may also go into the community to do wellness clinics in underserved areas. This position will also be responsible for foster appointments. BARCS has 150 to 400 animals in its foster program at any given time. The Veterinarian may also assist with regular shelter medicine as needed. The Veterinarian provides leadership and supervision for Medical and Animal Care department employees and helps oversee the health of the shelter population and the surgery suite in coordination with the Veterinary Medical Director. She/he works closely with the Director of Operations, other Veterinarians, Veterinary Technician Manager, Surgery Manager, and Animal Care Manager to oversee standards of care and ensure the humane treatment of animals. This position can be structured as a 4- or 5-day work week,and will include one weekend day. Employees in this position are required to receive pre-exposure rabies vaccinations upon employment and receive boosters as required thereafter. Responsibilities: Grow BARCS' Keeping Pets with Family program, helping to decrease shelter intake and reduce euthanasia. Provide direction to the Surgery Manager, Veterinary Technician Manager, and Animal Care Manager who oversee new animals coming into the shelter; surgery; medical care of all shelter animals; and sanitation in animal care areas Help manage overall health status and disease control of the shelter's animals Contribute to m
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Job description UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY Department: Medical- Keep Pets with Family Classification: Full Time, Salary - Overtime Exempt Job Relationship: Reports to the Veterinary Medical Director, who reports to the Executive Director. Works closely with all departments and volunteers Position Summary: The Veterinarian will help BARCS expand its Keeping Pets with Family program. It is a unique opportunity to save lives and decrease shelter admissions, while helping people who are experiencing economic hardship keep their pets. This program seeks to keep pets in their loving homes, even when owners can not afford veterinary care. The Veterinarian will see animals in an exam room in the shelter, as a service to the community, providing an alternative to people surrendering their pets. The Veterinarian may also go into the community to do wellness clinics in underserved areas. This position will also be responsible for foster appointments. BARCS has 150 to 400 animals in its foster program at any given time. The Veterinarian may also assist with regular shelter medicine as needed. The Veterinarian provides leadership and supervision for Medical and Animal Care department employees and helps oversee the health of the shelter population and the surgery suite in coordination with the Veterinary Medical Director. She/he works closely with the Director of Operations, other Veterinarians, Veterinary Technician Manager, Surgery Manager, and Animal Care Manager to oversee standards of care and ensure the humane treatment of animals. This position can be structured as a 4- or 5-day work week,and will include one weekend day. Employees in this position are required to receive pre-exposure rabies vaccinations upon employment and receive boosters as required thereafter. Responsibilities: Grow BARCS' Keeping Pets with Family program, helping to decrease shelter intake and reduce euthanasia. Provide direction to the Surgery Manager, Veterinary Technician Manager, and Animal Care Manager who oversee new animals coming into the shelter; surgery; medical care of all shelter animals; and sanitation in animal care areas Help manage overall health status and disease control of the shelter's animals Contribute to m
Categoría: Empleos ›
Subcategoría: Otros empleos ›
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