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Full Time Veterinarian - Humane Society of Tampa Bay

HSTB logoThe Humane Society of Tampa Bay is seeking a full time veterinarian for our shelter , as well as, a full-time veterinarian for our animal hospital. This position will perform high volume sterilizations, diagnostics and treatments for the over 11,000 shelter animals we care for each year. The Humane Society of Tampa Bay is a cutting edge animal shelter which maintains a save rate of over 90%. We have built a new state-of-the-art shelter which opened September 2020.

GREAT benefits package which includes medical/dental/vision, life insurance, disability and paid time off, 401 K plan and more !!!

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Executive Director- Cat Depot

Cat Depot LogoCat Depot (Sarasota, FL) is seeking an experienced Executive Director to lead the area’s premier animal welfare organization and one of the largest feline-only rescue and adoption centers in the nation. Working with an engaged Board of Directors and dedicated staff, the Executive Director will have a minimum of ten (10) successful years of business management experience and demonstrated leadership, financial acumen, and measurable fundraising and development skills. Most importantly he or she will demonstrate a passion for animal welfare.

The Executive Director will be a dynamic spokesperson for Cat Depot and grow an engaged and supportive community in the prevention of feline homelessness and suffering. He/she will direct the development and implementation of a strategic plan for the short and long-term growth and success of the organization to ensure financial stability. He/she will put into place and maintain successful and sustainable development and giving programs while actively developing and enhancing relationships with all constituents.

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Associate Professor of Forensic Pathology - University of Florida Veterinary Forensic Sciences Laboratory

UF LogoThe University of Florida is an international leader in veterinary forensic sciences. The Veterinary Forensic Sciences program is housed within the College of Veterinary Medicine (UFCVM) and offers educational programs and laboratory services.  These programs have the primary mission to improve animal welfare for companion animals, livestock, and wildlife, by fostering the application of the forensic sciences to veterinary medicine and assisting with animal cruelty investigations.  Global outreach is achieved through online distance education, and in-person courses are offered on-campus for topics needing hands-on training in veterinary forensics sciences.  The Veterinary Forensic Sciences Laboratory has the only dedicated veterinary forensic pathology service in any veterinary college within the United States, as well as a veterinary forensic entomology service, a veterinary forensic DNA service, and access to a multitude of other forensic specialties.  Services include forensic autopsy, genetic analysis, species identification, forensic entomology, osteological analysis, forensic botany, and forensic toxicology.  On site crime scene assistance is also available.  This laboratory offers analytical services to law enforcement agencies, animal welfare groups, veterinarians, attorneys, and private citizens. 

Additionally, we offer autopsies of stray/feral dogs and cats at no cost.  This is offered through our A Dog Has No Name and A Cat Has No Name programs.  As part of this program, we screen for a variety of infectious disease processes.  More information about these programs can be found on our website (ADHNNand ACHNN).

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Senior Animal Services Officer - Osceola County Animal Services

Osceola County Animal ServicesSalary 
$45,531.20 - $65,977.60 Annually

General Description of Duties
Under general direction of the Animal Services Officer Supervisor, enforces animal cruelty, control, nuisance, dangerous dog and rabies laws in compliance with the County's Animal Control Ordinance & Florida State Statutes.  Employee functions at an entry supervisory level for daily operation of the field enforcement program in order to protect the safety, welfare and property of the citizens, staff and animals of Osceola County. Position is responsible for training and supervision of animal control officers.

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Full Time Veterinarian - Osceola County Animal Services

Osceola County Animal ServicesSalary
$81,723.20 - $118,560.00 Annually

General Description of Duties
The purpose of this position is to provide quality veterinary care to sheltered animals. The veterinarian will examine and prescribe treatments for a variety of animals, primarily dogs and cats, but also livestock, pocket pets, and occasionally other animals. Veterinarian functions at a professional level and is the primary person responsible for medical decisions for sheltered animals. Veterinarian is responsible for spay/neuter of adopted and/or impounded animals.

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Lead Veterinary Technician - Osceola County Animal Services

Osceola County Animal ServicesSalary 
$41,288.00 - $59,862.40 Annually

General Description of Duties
Under the supervision of the Operations Manager, the purpose of the position is to perform a variety of veterinary procedures on domestic animals in a clinic environment and in the field.  Employee functions at a lead level to assist the veterinarian and other veterinary technicians to help provide efficient and effective veterinary care within the Department. Position assists with maintaining accurate animal files, records, and reports associated with animal care. Lead Veterinary Technician assists in ensuring compliance with the ordering, receiving, administering, and record-keeping of controlled substances and ensures adequate supply inventory in the clinic.

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