The Arizona Humane Society is a nationally recognized animal welfare organization providing advanced medical and behavioral care through our Emergency Animal Medical Technician team and our Second Chance Animal Trauma Hospital. In addition, we operate a Kitten Intensive Care Unit (nursery), Parvo Puppy ICU, a full service public veterinary hospital and two high-volume spay/neuter/vaccine clinics. We believe every pet deserves a good life and we are passionately committed to doing what’s best for pets and the people in their lives. AHS is dedicated to ending the pet-overpopulation crisis by preventing unwanted litters and helping to keep pets in homes. Our High Volume Spay/Neuter Clinics are our commitment to the community by providing low cost options to underserved communities. We are making a positive impact in our community by demonstrating our core values of innovation, compassion and excellence. If you are a team player, and want to leverage your skills to make a difference, consider a future with us.
Position Overview: Primary focus is on high-volume animal spay/neuter. Oversee medical and surgical needs of animals in our public spay / neuter clinic. Medical oversight of shelter animals at the Nina Mason Pulliam Campus for Compassion. Promote a positive, professional image through interactions with employees, clients, and media. Assist in training staff and volunteers.
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine or Veterinary Medical Doctor degree and license to practice in Arizona or ability to obtain an AZ license.
One year of experience in a veterinary practice or shelter with emphasis on high-volume spay/neuter skills.
Must possess above average spay/neuter skills and a humane attitude towards animals and people.
Must be able to evaluate health status in an objective manner and determine most appropriate treatment for an animal.
Excellent communications skills.
About Arizona Humane Society
The Arizona Humane Society is the state's largest, private non-profit, 501(c)(3) animal shelter. We were founded in 1957 as a private nonprofit organization by a compassionate group of volunteers who recognized the need to end animal suffering in our community. We quickly became more than just a place for animal adoptions. We have two locations in Phoenix which includes our Second Chance Animal Hospital™ to treat extremely ill or injured strays, literally giving them a second chance at life; a Foster Care Program to provide temporary homes for thousands of sick, injured or newborn animals every year and our Public Clinic which provides low-cost spay/neuter services for dogs and cats owned by private citizens in an effort to end pet over-population. Our Mobile Spay/Neuter & Animal Wellness Centers travel throughout the Southwest, caring for dogs and cats who most likely would not otherwise receive medical treatment.