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Humane Society/SPCA/Private Humane Organization

Humane Educator - Santa Barbara Humane Society
Clinic/Shelter Registered Veterinary Technician
- SPCA for Monterey County
Spay & Neuter Veterinarian
- SPCA for Monterey County
High Volume Spay/Neuter Veterinarian - San Diego Humane Society and SPCA
Senior Manager, Human Resources – ASPCA's Los Angeles Initiative
Senior Veterinary Assistant –ASPCA's Los Angeles Initiative
Outreach and Transport Coordinator –ASPCA's Los Angeles Initiative
Registered Veterinary Technician –ASPCA's Los Angeles Initiative
Client Services/Medical Records Associate –ASPCA's Los Angeles Initiative
Spay/Neuter Surgeon –ASPCA's Los Angeles Initiative
Animal Relocation Manager - ASPCA's Los Angeles Initiative
Animal Relocation Director - ASPCA's Los Angeles Initiative



Animal Care & Control


Behavior and Training Team Member - San Francisco Animal Care and Control
Veterinarian
- Oakland Police Department
Animal Care Attendant - City of Santa Monica
Veterinarian - SEAACA in Downey, CA
Registered Veterinary Technician - SEAACA in Downey, CA
Animal Control Officer I/II - Tuolumne County Animal Control
Animal Control Officer - County of San Diego



Please note: Each of the SPCAs and humane societies in the United States is individually incorporated and operated. They are not directly affiliated with each other or with any national groups, such as the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA) and the Humane Society of the United States (HSUS).


Humane Society/SPCA/Private Humane Organization

Humane Educator - The Santa Barbara Humane Society is searching for a Humane Educator to teach responsible animal care and kindness to Grades K-6. You will work with schools, youth groups and organizations promoting animal protection/environmental issue awareness. Ideal candidate possesses excellent writing, coordination and inter-personal skills, experience teaching young children and adults, a willingness to work in a team-oriented environment and a sense of humor! BA in in education, marketing, sociology, early childhood education or related field preferred; job experience with education/outreach and/or marketing programs is also acceptable. English/Spanish highly preferred. Email Kathy@sbhumanesociety.org for the job description/application requirements. (Posted 4/3/14)

Clinic/Shelter Registered Veterinary Technician - SPCA for Monterey County - Qualified applicants must be a California State Certified RVT, with previous experience working in veterinary clinic. Ideal candidates will be self-motivated, able to multi-task, have excellent clinical skills and work well with others. California Driver's License and clean driving record required. This position is an eight-hour day, five days a week work shift, Friday through Tuesday. Starting rate for this position is $17.50 - $22.00/hour commensurate with experience. The SPCA for Monterey County conducts Pre-employment Criminal Background Checks and Drug Screenings. Full time regular employees receive a comprehensive compensation package, including full medical and dental coverage, life insurance, participation in a tax-deferred 403(b) retirement program, and paid sick, vacation and holiday leave.PLEASE SEND YOUR RESUME TODAY TO: SPCA for Monterey County, Attn: Human Resources, P.O. Box 3058, Monterey, CA 93942; Fax to: (831) 373-8613 or visit us on the web at: www.SPCAmc.org (Posted 3/6/14)

Spay & Neuter Veterinarian - SPCA for Monterey County - Full time staff position responsible for providing spay/neuter surgeries for public and shelter animals and for companion animal herd-health management. The successful candidate: maintains a positive relationship with clients, community, staff and volunteers; provides training for staff and volunteers and provides client education on a case by case basis as needed; conducts shelter rounds in rotation with fellow veterinary staff member; works with a professional practice manager who manages administrative and logistical practice matters and supervises staff; must hold or obtain a valid California DVM license and be eligible to hold a DEA license; will be enrolled at SPCA expense in the Humane Alliance HQHV training program. Comprehensive compensation package, including full medical and dental coverage, life insurance, participation in a tax-deferred 403(b) retirement program, and paid sick, vacation and holiday leave. Send resume to SPCA for Monterey County, Attn: Human Resources, P.O. Box 3058, Monterey, CA 93942 Fax (831) 373-8613 or email ggaluppo@spcamc.org (Posted 3/6/14)

High Volume Spay/Neuter Veterinarian - The San Diego Humane Society and SPCA is seeking a skilled, energetic, self-motivated, full time high volume Spay/Neuter Veterinarian. The primary responsibilities include performing 35 -40 HQHV spay/neuter surgeries/day for shelter, public animals, community cats. Will perform additional surgeries as needed on shelter animals. At least 3 years of licensed experience , including at least two years with HQHV spay/neuter and pediatric surgeries. Must be able to evaluate health status in an objective manner & determine most appropriate treatment for an animal. Candidates must hold or obtain a DVM license in the state of California, hold or be eligible to hold DEA license, and possess/procure a valid CA driver's license. A strong work ethic and commitment to SDHS' goals is required To apply, please send a cover letter and resume to Dr. Cynthia Mitchell at cmitchell@sdhumane.org, or 5500 Gaines St., San Diego, CA 92101. (Posted 2/4/14)

Senior Manager, Human Resources – ASPCA's Los Angeles Initiative - aligns business objectives with employees and management in designated departments, including but not limited to teams located in, Los Angeles, Washington D.C. and remote home offices. Serves as consultant to management on Human Resources related issues and as employee champion/change agent. Assesses and anticipates HR-related needs for employees and management. Minimum of 5 years of HR management or strategic experience required. Bachelors degree required in Human Resources or related field; PHR – CA or SPHR – CA required. To view full job description and apply, visit: https://www.vscyberhosting2.com/aspca/ (Posted 2/21/14)

Senior Veterinary Assistant – ASPCA's Los Angeles Initiative - Responsible for the daily care of surgery patients, client education, and assisting the Registered Veterinary Technicians and Veterinarians in high-quality/volume spay/neuter initiatives. Assists Spay/Neuter Surgeon and the RVT in the clinic and is responsible animal handling, patient preparation for surgery, monitoring of surgical patients and for the cleaning/disinfecting and general maintenance of medical equipment. Reports directly to the Program Director, takes direction and instruction from clinic veterinarian and technician regarding medical protocols and patient care. 5-plus years of veterinary medical or animal husbandry experience required. To view full job description and apply, visit: https://www.vscyberhosting2.com/aspca/ (Posted 2/21/14)

Outreach and Transport Coordinator – ASPCA's Los Angeles Initiative - Engages in grassroots efforts to increase overall wellness and the percentage of altered pets in focus communities by promoting Spay/Neuter program awareness, building trusted partnerships with community residents and agency leaders, and connecting ASPCA pet services directly to people who need them. Works primarily with underserved communities using focused outreach techniques, including door-to-door communication and continued contact with community members. Responsible transporting spay/neuter candidates between designated locations and clinic. Minimum of 1 year of animal care/handling required. Current CA driver license/strong driving record required. To view full job description and apply, visit: https://www.vscyberhosting2.com/aspca/ (Posted 2/21/14)

Registered Veterinary Technician – ASPCA's Los Angeles Initiative - Responsible for the daily care of surgery patients, management, and administration of anesthetic/analgesic agents and other medications. Responsible for the documentation of all medical procedures and of all drugs and treatments given. Must also handle client education, and (in consult with the Veterinarian) flow of animals through the Spay/Neuter Clinic. Must have 3-plus years working as Registered Veterinary Technician. Must have graduated from accredited school of veterinary science technology (2 or 4 year program). Must have current California Veterinary Technician License. To view full job description and apply, visit: https://www.vscyberhosting2.com/aspca/ (Posted 2/21/14)

Client Services/Medical Records Associate – ASPCA's Los Angeles Initiative - Perform general reception duties for all clients of the ASPCA's Los Angeles Initiative stationary spay/neuter facility. Responsible for greeting clients and helping them to check in; providing clients with appropriate paperwork and ensuring that paperwork is completed in full; answering client calls; maintaining client charts and transferring all data from the medical records form into an electronic medical records system (ImproMed). Should possess skills and training equivalent to a Senior Veterinary Assistant and become fluent using Impromed. To view full job description and apply, visit: https://www.vscyberhosting2.com/aspca/ (Posted 2/21/14)

Spay/Neuter Surgeon – ASPCA's Los Angeles Initiative - Trained and licensed Veterinarian responsible for performing 35-40 surgeries per day in a high-quality, high-volume spay/neuter setting in the ASPCA's Los Angeles Initiative Spay/Neuter Clinic. Works an approximately 8-hour day with a small medical team of 1 Registered Veterinary Technician and 2 Senior Veterinary Assistants, providing high-quality surgery and peri-operative care all patients. Performs physical examinations on all patients to ensure their candidacy for surgery and ensures recovery of all patients. This surgeon spays/neuters cats and dogs using standardized surgical techniques as put forth by the ASPCA.To view full job description and apply, visit: https://www.vscyberhosting2.com/aspca/ (Posted 2/21/14)

Animal Relocation Manager – ASPCA's Los Angeles Initiative - Work in the Animal Relocation Initiative on all efforts aimed at increasing adoptions and decreasing euthanasia nationwide through animal relocation and transport. Responsible for the management and operations of projects that expand capacity of relocation efforts. Monitor all activities related to assigned projects and track progress and budget. Directly responsible for safe, efficient and humane relocation and short and long distance transport of animals. 3 yrs minimum animal sheltering and animal handling experience required. To view full job description and apply, visit: https://www.vscyberhosting2.com/aspca/ (Posted 2/21/14)

Animal Relocation Director - ASPCA's Los Angeles Initiative - Work as project manager to programs and initiatives aimed at increasing adoptions and decreasing euthanasia nationwide through animal relocation. Participate in planning, budgeting and allocation of resources for the initiative. Have oversight for assigned programs and the distribution of assigned funds. Responsible for management of special projects and grant funded projects to expand capacity of relocation efforts. Assist with the selection of partners and be responsible for establishing/maintaining good working relationships with community partners. Monitor all activities related to the projects progress, metrics, and budget. To view full description and apply, visit: https://www.vscyberhosting2.com/aspca/ (Posted 2/21/14)

 


Animal Care & Control

Behavior and Training Team Member - San Francisco Animal Care and Control has a part time Behavior and Training Team Member position available. Team Member assists the B&T Manager to ensure the shelter provides the highest quality care for dogs at SFACC. Performs behavior evaluations, provides enrichment for dogs to reduce stress, and helps implement behavior modification plans. Conducts play group with other B&T staff. Responsible for teaching volunteer training classes and underage puppy classes to interested foster parents. Provides counseling to adopters. We are looking for an individual with CPDT-KA, CTC, or equivalent certification, or comparable experience working with and training dogs in a professional capacity, and teaching public or volunteer dog training classes. Please email belinda.ryder@sfgov.org for full position description. (Posted 2/20/14)

Veterinarian - The Oakland Police Department seeks a Veterinarian to oversee medical care of animals; develop a comprehensive animal health care services program; occasionally testify in court; provide assistance in the investigation of mistreatment & neglect of animals; participate in the inspection of circuses, fairs & other events. Requires Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine, CA license, valid Pharmacy Technician Certification, 2 years' experience in veterinary medicine at an animal shelter, clinic or kennel, and background with a wide range of animals, including domestic, livestock, wildlife, underaged and aggressive animals. $6,708-$8,237/month. Closes: April 4, 2014, 11:59 pm. Apply at: http://agency.governmentjobs.com/oaklandca/default.cfm or call (510) 238-3112. EOE (Posted 3/18/14)

Animal Care Attendant - City of Santa Monica. Salary: $3,805 - $4,698/Month. Requires: Graduation from high school or the equivalent. Six months of recent paid work or volunteer experience in the care, feeding and/or handling of animals and dealing with the public. Possession of a valid Class C driver license. To apply visit: www.smgov.net/hr. (Posted 3/20/14)

Veterinarian - SEAACA in Downey, CA is looking for a full time, licensed (State of California) Doctor of Veterinary Medicine to oversee and be responsible for the health of animals in our care. Performs Spay/Neuter surgeries; may assist with cruelty investigations; examines and treats injured or sick animals. Knowledge of modern techniques for treating various animals for common diseases /injuries. Annual  Salary Range:  $79,294-$98,231; generous benefit package, including 16% agency contribution to retirement. This is a Salaried/Exempt position. Send RESUME and letter of interest to: SEAACA, 9777 Seaaca Street, Downey, CA 90241, Attention: HR. (Posted 3/25/14)

Registered Veterinary Technician - SEAACA in Downey, CA is looking for a full time, California Licensed, Registered Veterinary Technician. RVT cares for the animals within the care center; performs routine treatments; assists with spay/neuter surgeries, vaccinations, treatments and other duties. Works collaboratively with other agency divisions to meet the goals of the agency.  Annual Salary Range: $48,694-$60,322, plus 14% agency contribution to retirement. Send RESUME and letter of interest to SEAACA, 9777 Seaaca Street, Downey, CA  90241, Attention: HR. (Posted 3/25/14)

Animal Control Officer I/II - Tuolumne County Animal Control is seeking qualified candidates interested in employment to enforce laws, investigate animal complaints & capture animals as required. Level I requires one year of animal care or control experience. Level II requires two years experience or one year as an ACO I in Tuolumne County, plus euthanasia certification prior to appointment & certification of introductory law enforcement training per CA PC 832. This is a full time benefited position. If the incumbent returns to work this position will be eliminated. Apply online at www.tuolumnecounty.ca.gov or 2 South Green St., Sonora (209) 533-5566. (Posted 4/1/14)

Animal Control Officer - The County of San Diego is seeking individuals with a passion for animals, to share the department's mission to protect the public from dangerous animals, protect animals from abuse and neglect, and save the lives of thousands of unwanted, abandoned or lost pets each year. This position performs a wide range of animal service functions such as investigating cases of animal cruelty, abuse, and neglect and reports of aggressive and/or dangerous animals, Animal Control Officers enforce animal related state felony and misdemeanor laws and local animal-related regulatory ordinances. Officers also interact frequently with members of the public and other law enforcement agencies. The ideal candidate must possess a strong customer service ethic, experience investigating and enforcing violations of state animal cruelty laws and local animal regulatory laws, or some related education or training of animal care or control. Salary: $38,209.60. The filing deadline is 4/30/14. For more information visit the County's website (Posted 4/15/14)

 

 


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