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Please note, as a primarily outdoor animal shelter facility, all employees may be subject to standing/walking for long periods of time, working outdoors despite weather conditions, and must be able to lift 40 pounds or more. As a drug-free workplace, all applicants are subject to pre-employment drug screening.
The Foster Coordinator is responsible for the primary care of all underage, unweaned, nursing or pregnant (foster) animals potentially admitted to the shelter, as well as providing prophylactic medical care and testing at the time of intake. The Foster Coordinator must demonstrate exceptional customer service skills and treat all human and animal clients with respect and professionalism. The Foster Coordinator also recruits, supervises and evaluates all foster volunteers. The Foster Coordinator is responsible for providing aid to customers in need in the hope of keeping animals in their homes and receiving proper medical and emotional care. Click here for full job description.
Email resume to: AmandaCVT@HumanePinellas.org
The Admissions Service Specialist is responsible for the medical and behavioral evaluation of all animals potentially admitted to the shelter, as well as providing prophylactic medical care and testing at the time of intake. The Admissions Service Specialist must demonstrate exceptional customer service skills and treat all human and animal clients with respect and professionalism. The Admissions Service Specialist is also responsible for providing aid to customers in need in the hope of keeping animals in their homes and receiving proper medical and emotional care. Applicants should have an understanding of basic veterinary care; experience with vaccinations a plus. Click here for full job description.
Email resume to: Nancy@HumanePinellas.org
assistant clinic technician
The Humane Society of Pinellas is proud to have a thriving affordable Pet Clinic on site to assist our community in providing exceptional veterinary care to Pinellas County pets. Due to this growing department's demands, HSP is seeking additional Assistant Clinic Technicians to join our team! The Assistant Clinic Technician is responsible for providing assistance to the Clinic Veterinarian, clients and other staff as needed for both medical and clerical duties. A working knowledge of veterinary technician duties, including animal restraint, phlebotomy and vaccinations, is essential, as well as exceptional customer service skills. Veterinary technician students are encouraged to apply! Click here for the full job description.
Email resumes to: Christina@HumanePinellas.org
the humane society of pinellas is always accepting applications for the following positions - please complete an application below:
Veterinarian (Per Diem)
Humane Society of Pinellas (HSP) is seeking a per diem veterinarian, for 8-12 hours a week, to perform spay/neuter and vaccine clinics for public animals on our accessible and affordable Mobile Medical Center. The Mobile Medical Center operates in Pinellas county, targeting at-risk areas. Many clients in these areas would not be able to afford or have accessible transportation in order to have their pets spay/neuter or vaccinated.
Primary responsibilities include performing high volume spay/neuter surgeries for public animals and occasionally shelter animals, providing veterinary health checks, vaccines, basic wellness testing and monitoring health conditions. The ideal candidate is a motivated, positive, compassionate, team player and willing to play a role in the development and growth of our program. Minimum of 1 year of small animal experience.
ADOPTIONS CARETAKER AND COUNSELOR
The Adoptions Caretaker and Counselor is responsible for the physical, emotional and behavioral needs of all animals at the Humane Society of Pinellas. The Adoptions Caretaker and Counselor must adequately understand and effectively communicate the Humane Society of Pinellas’ protocols and policies, as he/she is included in one of the first Society representative’s with whom customers interact. The Adoptions Caretaker and Counselor must communicate medical and behavioral observations to the appropriate department, be respectful of the HSP facility and animals, while also understanding the personality of HSP’s adoptable animals in order to best match them with potential adopters.
The Medical Caretaker is responsible for the physical, emotional and behavioral needs of all animals at the Humane Society of Pinellas. The Medical Caretaker must objectively communicate medical and behavioral observations to the appropriate department, be respectful of the HSP facility and animals, while also understanding the animals in their care are adjusting to a shelter environment. The Medical Caretaker is responsible for helping alleviate the stress of this adjustment period through proper cleaning protocols, low-stress handling, and enriching the lives of newly admitted pets.
Just graduated from Vet Tech school? Currently in school?
Ask us about interning with our medical department! Get hands on experience, credit hours and help homeless pets at the same time! Email our Lead Veterinary Technician, Amanda Witt, CVT, at AmandaCVT@HumanePinellas.org for more information!
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We are always accepting applications for hardworking, enthusiastic people to join our team!