Madison Oglethorpe Animal Shelter is currently seeking licensed veterinarians to work in our busy spay/ neuter clinic. We are currently seeking someone on Monday each week and who may be willing to cover for our other veterinarians when they request time off. We also have a good number of Thursdays available. All applicants should posses the appropriate experience and surgical skills to handle the fast pace. If you are interested in the position please forward a resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. Availabilty and choice of shift will be given to our regular veterinarians before relief veterinarians.
Veterinarians typically perform 15-25 surgeries per day. You are responsible for recording all controlled drugs accurately.
Additional Salary Information: Paid per surgery. Compensation depends upon how many surgeries you can complete a day.
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About Madison Oglethorpe Animal Shelter
Welcome to the Madison-Oglethorpe Animal Shelter, better known as MOAS. We have been in existence since 2002. MOAS was originally conceived as a solution to the stray animal population in Madison and Oglethorpe counties, and we still serve that role today by accepting all strays and unwanted dogs and cats from Madison and Oglethorpe County residents. Our mission is to save as many pets as possible while reducing the unwanted pet population through a low-cost spay and neuter clinic operated out of the shelter. We take our role seriously, and we are excited about the many community initiatives that we are able to offer to assist in reducing pet overpopulation and to provide better care for family pets.These initiatives include our monthly low-cost vaccine clinics, our low-cost spay/neuter program, our assistance with trapping and altering feral cats, our community pet food bank, and more! MOAS is solely responsible for running the shelter and relies on a volunteer Board of Directors to set shelter policy and to raise necessary funds. Our shelter staff is responsible for carrying out those policies and running the shelter on a day to day basis. Staff and board members work together on... an almost daily basis to try to identify problems, evaluate the success of of our existing projects, and propose creative solutions. We also partner with regional rescue groups and other local shelters to collaborate on ways that we can all work together to improve the outcomes for people and their pets.But we can't do all of this without you! We need your help to continue to offer these services and to help us expand our programs in the future.