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State Humane Association of California - Careers

Careers
Humane Society/SPCA/Private Humane Organization

Veterinarian - Central California SPCA, Fresno, CA
Director of Operations - Placer SPCA, Roseville, CA
Animal Services Lieutenant - Marin Humane Society, Novato, CA
Veterinarian - Humane Society of San Bernardino, San Bernardino, CA
RVT/Vet Assistants - Humane Society of San Bernardino, San Bernardino, CA
Veterinarian - Haven Humane Society, Anderson, CA


Animal Care & Control

Animal Control Officer II - County of Santa Cruz
Director of Animal Care and Control - San Francisco Animal Care and Control
Animal Control Officer - City of Norco

Animal Service Officer - City of Elk Grove



Ad Placement:

Please use the Job Ad submission form to post an announcement on this webpage. Current members may place an ad at no charge. For non-members, the fee is $50 per ad, pre-paid.  Ads must contain no more than 750 characters and will run for 60 days unless an earlier cut-off date is provided. If you have any questions please contact us at careers@californiastatehumane.org.

 


Humane Society/SPCA/Private Humane Organization

Veterinarian - Central California SPCA is seeking a full-time dynamic Veterinarian to work at their high volume Spay/Neuter Clinic located in Fresno, California. Fresno is the largest metropolitan city in the Central California's San Joaquin Valley and is close to the mountains and the beaches. DVM and licensure in good standing required. Recent graduates interested are encouraged to apply. They offer a competitive salary with a comprehensive benefits package. Email your resume to hr@ccspca.com or visit the website at www.ccspca.com. (Posted 11/18/14)

Director of Operations - Placer SPCA islooking for a skilled & motivated leader in animal welfare to fill the position of Director of Operations (DO). In collaboration with the CEO, the DO is responsible for the leadership of the Animal Care, Customer Care, Behavior, Education, & Facility Departments. The DO monitors and evaluates shelter operations while implementing lifesaving programs.Other responsibilities include, but are not limited to: hiring, training, evaluating staff and programs; directing all aspects of humane animal handling and treatment; working with the leadership team to establish annual departmental goals and budgets; OSHA compliance; collecting and synthesizing data. Visit the website www.placerspca.org for more details. (Posted 12/2/14)

Animal Services Lieutenant - The Marin Humane Society, an equal opportunity, non-profit employer, is seeking a Animal Services Lieutenant to join their team. The Humane Society's mission is to improve the lives of animals and people through advocacy, education, and support. Their Core Values are Compassion, Care & Respect for Animals & People, Promotion of the Human Animal Bond, Collaboration & Partnership, Exceptional Customer Experience, Accountability, Appreciation for Staff, Volunteers & Supporters, and Healthy Work Environment. For a complete job description, please visit the website at www.marinhumanesociety.org. Please submit resumes and/or applications by faxing to 415-506-6218 or by emailing to vrobbins@marinhumanesociety.org. (Posted 12/31/14)

Veterinarian - Humane Society of San Bernardino Valley is seeking an energetic, hardworking veterinarian to join the high volume veterinary clinic. New grads welcome. HSSBV believes in quality care for a low/affordable cost. They run 2 to 3 surgical tables daily with a focus on spay/neuter. Exam rooms operate from 8:45-4:30 for preventative and wellness care, with the occasional emergency. The HSSBV is not a shelter. The veterinarian ensures the highest quality of veterinary care and client education, while mentoring and training an effective, productive medical staff, advocates for pets, educates clients on all aspects of pet health & ensures a safe and effective clinic environment. Please submit your resume & cover letter to ARaines@hssbv.org or TSeymour@hssbv.org (Posted 1/13/15)

RVT/Vet Assistants - Humane Society of San Bernardino Valley is seeking energetic, hard-working Registered Veterinary Technicians & Veterinary assistants to join our high volume veterinary clinic. New grads welcome. HSSBV believes in quality care for a low/affordable cost. They run 2 to 3 surgical tables daily with a focus on spay/neuter. Exam rooms operate from 8:45-4:30 for preventative and wellness care, with the occasional emergency. The HSSBV is not a shelter. The veterinarian ensures the highest quality of veterinary care and client education, while mentoring and training an effective, productive medical staff, advocates for pets, educates clients on all aspects of pet health & ensures a safe and effective clinic environment. Please submit your resume & cover letter to ARaines@hssbv.org or TSeymour@hssbv.org (Posted 1/13/15)

Veterinarian - Haven Humane Society is seeking a motivated, hard-working veterinarian to join their busy clinic. New grads welcome! Haven Humane serves shelter, rescue, animal control and low income patients. They offer quality care to low-income clients and to unwanted/unowned pets. The high volume surgical load allows for a wide variety of surgical cases, while appointment filled afternoons allow for plenty of preventative and wellness care, with the occasional emergency. Compensation is $85,000/year plus benefits and PTO. Please contact Janet Romero at jromero@havenhumane.org for more information. (Posted 1/15/15)

 


Animal Care & Control

Animal Control Officer II - County of Santa Cruz - Under the direction of the Supervising Animal Services Field Manager, the position is responsible for the apprehending and caring of animals, determining the disposition of animals, enforcing various related State and local laws and ordinances, responding to complaints concerning unwanted, escaped or other nuisance animals, and other tasks as assigned. Any combination of education and work experience that would provide an opportunity to acquire the knowledge and abilities is qualifying, unless otherwise specified. Apply online at www.santacruzcountyjobs.com or call (831) 454-2600 for an application packet. Women, minorities, and people with disabilities are encouraged to apply. EOE. (Posted 11/18/14)

Director of Animal Care and Control - San Francisco Animal Care and Control - The Director of Animal Care and Control is responsible for the department's overall management and daily operations. The Director's major responsibilities include updating and implementing the department's vision, mission, goals, policies and strategic plans; Setting the department's objectives, and assessing and monitoring performance; Managing resources and the department's budget, and ensuring strong fiscal management and planning; Determining the organizational structure, staff assignments, service levels and administrative systems required to accomplish the department's mission in an effective, courteous and efficient manner. Apply here: http://www.jobaps.com/SF/sup/bulpreview.asp?R1=PEX&R2=0962&R3=064401 (Posted 12/2/14)

Animal Control Officer - city of Norco - SALARY RANGE: $33,893-$41,215 annualized (DOE); Patrols City for stray animals; investigates reports of animal abuse, nuisances and related code enforcement issues and takes appropriate corrective action; explains ordinances to public; issues citations for violations of state and City animal control laws and ordinances; prepares and files citations in court; appears and testifies in court; maintains and updates records and files. Feeds and cares for animals impounded at the animal shelter; assists public with animal adoption, care and licensing; euthanizes and disposes of animals as necessary; monitors rodeos, dog shows and other special animal related events; issues citations for illegal parking, etc. More information online at http://www.ci.norco.ca.us/cityhall/hr/employment.asp (Posted 12/23/14)

Animal Service Officer - The City of Elk Grove is seeking an Animal Services Officer who will perform a variety of duties involved in the enforcement of various City and state animal control ordinances, regulations, and laws governing the care and keeping of livestock and wild and domestic animals in the City; investigates complaints regarding nuisance, stray, uncontrolled, dangerous, wild or diseased animals and issues appropriate citations. $40,150.00 - $53,804.00 Annually. For more information about this position and its qualifications, please visit our website at www.elkgrovecity.org (Posted 12/30/14)

 


Ad Placement:

Please use the Job Ad submission form to post an announcement on this webpage. Current members may place an ad at no charge. For non-members, the fee is $50 per ad, pre-paid.  Ads must contain no more than 750 characters and will run for 60 days unless an earlier cut-off date is provided. If you have any questions please contact us at careers@californiastatehumane.org.

 

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