Spay Today has an opening for a part-time (two days/week) or full-time (four days/week) experienced surgeon who is trained and able to perform an average of 35 surgeries per day. Since 2006 Spay Today has been helping low income owners, rescue organizations and the county shelter by providing HQHV surgeries for dogs and cats. We have an excellent and dedicated team who are passionate about helping animals, skilled at their jobs and a lot of fun to work with. The successful candidate will have,or be able to obtain,a NC license, and live in, or move to, the Greenville NC area. This employee will be responsible for completing all surgeries, pre and post-op exams, supervising and teaching technicians and assistants, evaluating protocols, maintaining the DEA license and overseeing the controlled drug log and medical records. S/he will work closely with the Executive Director to assure smooth running of the clinic. This job is ideal for someone who wants to make a big difference helping animals, enjoys surgery and is able to work intensely for short periods, while appreciating a lot of free time to lead a balanced life.
Greenville is the home of East Carolina University, offering many options for music, art and culture lovers as well as for those who enjoy football and other sports. Raleigh is 90 minutes to the west and the ocean 90 minutes to the east. Beautiful Washington, only 20 minutes away, offers sailing and water sports on the lovely Pamlico Sound.
Please submit a cover letter and resume.
NC Veterinary license Skilled in high volume spay/neuter Training with the ASPCA Spay/Neuter Alliance a plus Commitment to animal welfare Enjoy working with a team
About Spay Today Spay/Neuter Clinic
Spay Today opened in May 2006 with a mission to help reduce the number of homeless animals in Pitt County and surrounding areas. We assist the county animal shelter, local rescue groups and the public. To date we have sterilized more than 50,000 dogs and cats. We were trained and mentored by Humane Alliance, now the ASPCA Spay/Neuter Alliance and are a member of the National Spay/Neuter Response Team (NSNRT.)