Website The SPCA Albrecht Center for Animal Welfare
Established in 1935, the SPCA Albrecht Center for Animal Welfare is a private non-profit organization operating under IRS Section 501c3. For nearly 80 years we have been placing thousands of needy animals into loving "forever" homes.
The SPCA Albrecht Center for Animal Welfare in historic, beautiful Aiken, SC is seeking a motivated new graduate veterinarian with an active SC License or ability to become licensed in SC and obtain DEA license. We are a non profit, limited admissions modern facility operating a high volume spay and neuter Humane Alliance Model clinic. In addition to spaying and neutering, adoption and training we also provide vaccination and basic wellness services. Strategic planning is in place to expand to full service. We are devoted to high standards and the finest of care.
If you are interested in shelter medicine and would like the opportunity to grow into a Medical Director’s position, this is for you. If you are interested in and enjoy surgery, this is for you. The SPCA is prepared to send a new graduate to attend Humane Alliance Spay and Neuter Clinic Training aimed at High Volume work. We are committed to providing opportunities to learn additional surgical and medical skills.
Great working environment in a forward thinking organization that is loved, respected, and supported by the community.
Salary $80,000 Room to grow.
Summary Responsible for working closely with clinic team and managerial staff throughout the organization. Oversight of all medical practices and protocols.
- Must be a dedicated shelter medicine veterinarian. Actively promote the vision and mission of the SPCA Albrecht Center to provide for the welfare of all companion animals.
- Must represent the SPCA in a professional and courteous manner at all times.
- Must be even tempered, thoughtful, organized, motivated, positive thinking, and patient.
- Provide high quality care and services.
- Physically examine all surgical patients to ensure their surgical candidacy, examine surgical patients peri- and post-operatively to ensure anesthetic safety and recovery, examine all shelter pets on an as needed basis and prior to adoption.
- Eventually perform 30-35 surgeries daily.
- Examine, diagnose and treat shelter pets as needed.
- Ensure safety and efficiency in the clinic.
- Implement and supervise programs for disease control throughout the building.
- Oversee handling and recording of controlled substances by clinic team (vet tech/clinic manager only).
- Able to learn and implement new S/N techniques, skills, information, etc. as they become available.
- Promote continuing development of medical care through continued education.
- Keep abreast of veterinary concerns and trends in the animal welfare movement.
- Attend/Lead admin and team meetings.
To apply for this job email your details to CEO@LETLOVELIVE.ORG