Part Time or Full Time - Any experience level considered
DVM or equivalent
Looking for a a position with a non-profit organization where you can really make a difference? We have full-time salaried positions or contracted positions allowing you to work just a few days a week! Spay Neuter Clinic has opportunities available now in Dallas, Fort Worth and Crandall Texas to fit any schedule!*
JOB SUMMARY Directs the operation of the spay and neuter clinic, performs animal spay and neuter examinations and surgery, pediatric spay/neuter, basic medical care and community education. Primary individual responsible for medical care provided to clinic patients in accordance with established policy and procedure. Supervise and provide highest quality medical care possible to patients served through spay/neuter clinic in a humane and professional manner. Work with Director of Clinic Operations to provide management and oversight of technical staff and facilities. Provides leadership and technical expertise to board for policy and decision making.
Examine animals pre-op to determine their ability to withstand surgery
Perform surgical sterilizations
Examine animals post-op as necessary to ensure appropriate healing
Inoculate animals and provide recommendations for follow up care
Supervise handling and recording of controlled substances by Veterinary Technicians
Supervise post-op rechecks and order of medical treatments as necessary to ensure complete surgical recovery
Provide medical oversight of the clinic program, including evaluation of medical, surgical, and disease control protocols
Responsible for implementing complete medical protocol within all facilities
Evaluate and develop veterinarian and medical staff training
Plan and lead quarterly medical staff and Veterinarian meetings and be available for monthly medical staff training
Be available for Texas Veterinary Medical Assistant certified training
Interprets and follows all state federal laws, rules and regulations pertinent to spay/neuter clinic
Help develop ongoing vaccination, surgical, anesthesia, post-surgical and euthanasia protocol and guidelines.
Comply with and enforce clinic procedures and employee manuals.
Maintain controlled drug licenses and facility licenses as required.
Spay Neuter Network is a 501(c)3 organization that offers high volume, high quality spay & neuter surgeries in underserved areas of the Dallas/Ft. Worth metroplex. We are expanding our efforts and need veterinarians with a passion to help pet live a longer, healthier and happier lives all while helping the pet overpopulation in our area.
We operate a high volume high quality spay/neuter clinic ...in Crandall, Texas, just three miles east of Dallas County. We provide transport services and Mobile Animal Surgery Hospitals in under-served areas where owners cannot drive to our facility. Our wellness and spay/neuter clinic provides help for pet owners in 13-counties, serving more than 1,300,000 residents.
SNN is nationally recognized and financially supported for its expertise in high-quality, high-volume spay/neuter services. Our surgeons perform more sterilization surgeries in one day then a normal veterinarian would in his/her office in three months. Since this is all we do; we do it very well and animals suffer less complications and pain. We do not have the responsibilities of providing a full range of services so our time is spent improving on procedures and protocols that provide for safe and sterile surgeries.