HQHV Spay & Neuter Veterinarians Needed for Expanding Program
SPCA for Monterey County
April 6, 2018
Type & Experience Level:
Full Time - One to seven years
DVM or equivalent
The SPCA for Monterey County is expanding their HQHV Spay and Neuter program and needs Full-time, Part-time and Contract/Relief Veterinarians to provide spay/neuter surgeries for public and shelter animals and for companion animal herd-health management in cooperation with shelter leadership and fellow staff veterinarians.
The successful candidate
Sustains a daily target of 25+ HQHV spays and neuters.
Is willing and able to work one weekend day a week as assigned.
Has a minimum of 2 years successful experience in a non-profit HQHV Spay and Neuter Clinic/Shelter.
Maintains a professional and positive working relationship with clients, community, staff and volunteers.
Provides training for staff and volunteers and provides client education on a case by case basis as needed.
Conducts shelter rounds in rotation with fellow veterinary staff members.
Reports to a professional practice manager who supervises clinic staff and volunteers and who manages administrative and logistical practice matters including scheduling, work flow, etc.
Must hold or obtain a valid California DVM license and be eligible to hold a DEA license.
Will be enrolled at SPCA expense in continuing education training programs as approved by management.
Additional Salary Information: The SPCA for Monterey County offers full-time regular veterinarian staff a comprehensive compensation package including a salary of $110,000.00/yr+ DOE, including full medical and dental coverage, life insurance, participation in a tax-deferred 403(b) retirement program, and paid sick, vacation and holiday leave
About SPCA for Monterey County
The Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) for Monterey County is your nonprofit, independent, donor-supported humane society that has been serving the animals and people of Monterey County since 1905. The SPCA is not a chapter of any other agency, is not funded by tax dollars, and does not have a parent organization.
The SPCA’s doors are open to all animals in need from dogs and cats to horses, wildlife, exotics, and more. We shelter homeless, neglected and abused pets and livestock, and provide humane education and countless other services to the community. We are the local agency you call to investigate animal cruelty, rescue and rehabilitate injured wildlife, aid domestic animals in distress, and so much more.