Shelter Veterinarian

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Position Summary The Shelter Veterinarian is primarily responsible for managing all aspects of healthcare and disease control for the animals under the care of Wayside Waifs. Primary responsibilities include general examinations, alteration surgeries, soft tissue surgeries, dentistry, animal public health, student teaching, and teamwork. The shelter veterinarian will work up and/or direct internal medicine, emergency, and surgical cases based on existing resources. The Shelter Veterinarian at Wayside Waifs reports to the Chief Veterinarian and is expected to demonstrate leadership and teamwork in all organizational interactions. PRIMARY ACCOUNTABILITIES: Provide veterinary medical care to all shelter animals. Perform alteration surgeries and other soft tissue or dental procedures that are necessary to relieve overt pain/suffering to restore an acceptable quality of life to the animal. Perform general and advanced health assessments on all animals and treat as necessary. Perform emergency veterinary care as needed for animals under the care of Wayside Waifs, giving them an appropriate quality of life and pain management while treating. Help maintain general and advanced tracking of animals, disease, and treatments. Perform euthanasia of animals in the care of Wayside Waifs and animals owned by the public as scheduled through the Pet Memorial Services department. Participate in TNR and other outreach activities as implemented. Support the Veterinary Student Externship program by providing mentorship and educational opportunities in the areas of surgery, medicine, and public health. Ensure efficient operations of all animal care by completing tasks in a timely fashion. Ensure disease control protocols are followed. Work with, provide leadership, and set a professional example for the public, staff, and volunteers. Establish and maintain effective working relationships with all staff and volunteers, as well as the public not only within the vet clinic, but also in support of other departments to help achieve overall shelter efficiency. Ensure high level of care, compassion, and support to all animals. Counsel and advise potential adopters and adopters with questions or concerns and provide treatment for recently adopted
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Position Summary The Shelter Veterinarian is primarily responsible for managing all aspects of healthcare and disease control for the animals under the care of Wayside Waifs. Primary responsibilities include general examinations, alteration surgeries, soft tissue surgeries, dentistry, animal public health, student teaching, and teamwork. The shelter veterinarian will work up and/or direct internal medicine, emergency, and surgical cases based on existing resources. The Shelter Veterinarian at Wayside Waifs reports to the Chief Veterinarian and is expected to demonstrate leadership and teamwork in all organizational interactions. PRIMARY ACCOUNTABILITIES: Provide veterinary medical care to all shelter animals. Perform alteration surgeries and other soft tissue or dental procedures that are necessary to relieve overt pain/suffering to restore an acceptable quality of life to the animal. Perform general and advanced health assessments on all animals and treat as necessary. Perform emergency veterinary care as needed for animals under the care of Wayside Waifs, giving them an appropriate quality of life and pain management while treating. Help maintain general and advanced tracking of animals, disease, and treatments. Perform euthanasia of animals in the care of Wayside Waifs and animals owned by the public as scheduled through the Pet Memorial Services department. Participate in TNR and other outreach activities as implemented. Support the Veterinary Student Externship program by providing mentorship and educational opportunities in the areas of surgery, medicine, and public health. Ensure efficient operations of all animal care by completing tasks in a timely fashion. Ensure disease control protocols are followed. Work with, provide leadership, and set a professional example for the public, staff, and volunteers. Establish and maintain effective working relationships with all staff and volunteers, as well as the public not only within the vet clinic, but also in support of other departments to help achieve overall shelter efficiency. Ensure high level of care, compassion, and support to all animals. Counsel and advise potential adopters and adopters with questions or concerns and provide treatment for recently adopted
Categoría: Empleos ›
Subcategoría: Otros empleos ›
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