Jobs Posted on the Whova Community Board of 2021 TN Animal Care & Control Conference
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Director of Development
Humane Educational Society Description too long to paste here, posted on Venture Forward: https://www.ventureforwardnow.org/job-board/2021/7/19/director-of-development-humane-educational-society
PT Shelter Veterinarian
Montgomery County Animal Care and Control Please visit ww.mcgtn.org/human-resources to see full job description and benefits. This position does not require any invasive procedures or surgeries at this time. This PT Veterinary Position is providing basic daily care and exams for our shelter animals.
Metro Animal Care & Control Position Description Responsible for the daily care of animals; provides appropriate food and water; grooms, bathes, and exercises animals; monitors the behavior and health of animals; reports health, behavior or temperament issues to supervisor; and performs general housekeeping of shelter.
If you have any questions about this position please contact MPHD HR at (615)-340-5640.
Typical Duties Assists shelter patrons, animal control officers and outreach staff with animal handling, intake, and evaluation, which often includes transferring and relocating animals to and from personal and department vehicles, cages and kennel runs; completes intake and care reports; maintains daily log sheets and inventories; and other record-keeping as required. Assists with medical treatments as directed, including euthanasia of animals. Assists patrons and staff with disease prevention and reduction efforts. Performs routine keyboard/computer operations on standard office equipment. Responds to patron inquiries related to animal health and related programs; provides education pamphlets or materials. Supports and participates in departmental response to disaster and emergency events. Minimum Qualifications Education and Experience High school diploma required.
Requires 1-2 years of professional animal care or animal control experience, or an equivalent combination of relevant education and experience.
Licensure Must be a Certified Animal Euthanasia Technician (CAET), or obtain certification within six months of hire. NOTICE: State regulations prohibit anyone with a criminal conviction of any kind from obtaining CAET. Valid driver’s license, use of personal vehicle, and maintenance of valid personal vehicle insurance as required by Tennessee Law.
Vaccinations Must receive pre-exposure rabies vaccinations
Animal Control Officer
Metro Animal Care & Control Position Description Patrols assigned area within Nashville-Davidson County in assigned vehicle; performs animal control services, including responding to calls for assistance, rescuing animals, apprehending stray animals, and investigating animal-related violations of local or state law.
This position is with the Nashville Davidson County Public Health Department. Please direct all calls to the Public Health Human Resources Department (615) 340-5640
Typical Duties Apprehends subdues, and impounds stray, unlicensed, vicious, feral, and sick animals; investigates allegations of animal cruelty and other complaints involving animals. Investigates animal bites and coordinates handling and quarantine of animals and related efforts. Enforces animal control laws and ordinances, issues citations, collects evidence, and prepares investigative reports; communicates with other law enforcement agencies (MNPD/DCSO), works with prosecuting attorneys, and testifies in court. Performs routine keyboard/computer operations on standard office equipment; completes intake and care reports; maintains daily log sheets and inventories; and other record keeping as required. May conduct or assist with outreach and liaison programs, addressing groups and organizations on animal control, cold/hot weather pet safety and other issues. May provide training and coordinate special projects as needed.
Director of Veterinary Services
McKamey Animal Center McKamey Animal Center, located in scenic Chattanooga, is searching for a uniquely talented individual: someone who not only has an extensive sheltering background, but experience managing in a veterinary practice setting as well. If you have the drive and expertise to oversee our in-house shelter medicine program as well as expand our community veterinary outreach efforts, please send resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org. For full job description, please visit https://www.indeed.com/jobs?q=mckamey%20animal%20center&l&vjk=e0fbff9994457831.
Animal Services Officer
McKamey Animal Center McKamey Animal Center Animal Services Officers are the face of progressive, humane law enforcement in the communities we serve. Officers are responsible for enforcement of state and local animal welfare laws and ordinances, protecting the public from dangerous animals, providing support and resources to pet owners, and assisting animals in need. To be successful in this position, candidates must have strong animal handling skills, the ability to exercise good judgment when dealing with animals and people, a passion for animal welfare and caretaking, and compassion not just for animals but for humans.
For full job description, please visit https://www.indeed.com/jobs?q=mckamey%20animal%20center&vjk=58acacf889fc3440.
Part Time Kennel Help
Loudon County Animal Shelter THIS POSITION IS 28HR PER WEEK AND $10 PER HOUR. MUST BE AVAILABLE TO WORK WEEKENDS AND HOLIDAYS, WORK WITH ALL TYPES OF DOMESTIC ANIMALS, AND BE ABLE TO LIFT 50 POUNDS. APPLICATIONS CAN BE PICKED UP AT THE SHELTER BY CALLING 865-458-5593 OR PRINTED AT https://www.loudoncounty-tn.gov/generalInformation/employment.php
Spay Memphis Spay Memphis is an established nonprofit HQHV spay/neuter clinic, providing affordable surgeries in our mission to prevent pet overpopulation and reduce shelter euthanasia rates. Since opening in 2005, Spay Memphis has performed over 67,000 surgeries. In 2020 alone, we provided over 7,000 surgeries. Currently open four days a week (Tuesday - Friday), our clinic is equipped with three fully outfitted surgical stations and a fully-trained staff.
Spay Memphis might be the place for you if you:
• Enjoy a work/life balance • Are passionate about solving the pet overpopulation problem • Enjoy working in a fast-paced environment
• Must have or be eligible to obtain a license to practice veterinary medicine in Tennessee • Must have or be eligible to obtain DEA certification for management of controlled substances utilized for patient care in Tennessee • Experience with HQHVSN surgery a plus but willingness to learn and perform HQHVSN surgical techniques required • Provide a high quality of care to all patients • Willingness to perform sterilization surgery on pediatric/juvenile, cryptorchid, in heat, and pregnant animals • Ability to restrain and humanely handle animals, including difficult to handle and potentially dangerous animals using Fear Free techniques
The ideal candidate would be comfortable performing 30-35 HQHV sterilizations (mixed canine/feline, male/female) per day. All experience levels (including new graduates) will be considered. Training with the staff supervising veterinarian prior to start will be required. Currently, we are looking for a start date at the end of August but can be negotiable.
To Be Announced
Remote Area Medical - RAM The Remote Area Medical - RAM Veterinary Program will be posting a job opportunity in the near future! Please stay tuned!