Protectors of Animals is seeking an experienced relief veterinarian for our high volume/high quality spay/neuter clinic, POA SPAY! The successful candidate will perform spay/neuter surgeries on privately owned, as well as shelter/rescue cats and dogs in our new, state of the art facility, in East Hartford, CT. Three day/week maternity coverage needed January through March 2018, with potential opportunity for regular shifts, after that time.
POA SPAY! is a member of the National Spay Neuter Response Team(NSNRT) and adheres to the protocols and policies of the Humane Alliance, a program of the ASPCA.For more information about the Humane Alliance and NSNRT's, please visit www.humanealliance.org. .
• Providing high level medical care and sterilization procedures to our patients in accordance with established policy and procedure, as outlined by the ASPCA Humane Alliance (www.humanealliance.org) • Performing pre-operative exams, spay/neuter surgeries and post-operative care • Maintaining proper written records • Communicating as needed with staff and clients in a professional and compassionate manner
Please submit resumes, along with cover letter,to firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information about the position please feel free to contact the Clinic Director, Pam Knoecklein, at 860-206-7922
Strong surgical experience a must. Experience working in a fast paced clinic or shelter environment, preferred. Must hold a current CT license (organization willing to subsidize license fee, if potential applicant doesn't currently hold a CT license)
Protectors of Animals is a nonprofit 501(c)3 no kill animal shelter and rescue. We are dedicated to protecting animals, helping pet owners provide for their pets and preserving our communities. We are one of the oldest and most respected animal welfare organizations in the northeast. Our new high volume/high quality spay/neuter clinic, located near our East Hartford cat shelter, will provide affor...dable and accessible services to pet owners, animal control facilities,animal rescues, TNR organizations and POA's own shelter animals.