Part Time or Full Time - Any experience level considered
Non-Profit Associations, Private Practice
DVM or equivalent
Committed to ending pet overpopulation? Want to improve your surgical skills, comfort and speed? We want you! Seeking veterinarians, confident, caring and passionate, for high-quality, high volume (HQHV S/N), nonprofit stationary Spay/Neuter Clinic. Owned pets, shelter & rescue pets, and community cats are all seen on a daily basis.
PT or FT available in a Toledo, Ohio clinic that performs over 19,000 sterilizations per year for dogs and cats. Join our team of five experienced surgeons, a well trained support staff and supportive management in our newly renovated building and make a difference in the lives of pets and people every day!
This position has limited client interaction, no up-sales, no on-call required, no holiday, evening or weekend work required! Regular hours will help you keep a good work/life balance! Competitive wages and FT positions receive paid time off, a CE allowance, paid licensing and access to medical, dental and vision benefits, life insurance and a 401k with match. Relocation assistance will be considered.
Toledo has a low cost of living and many opportunities!
A DVM degree is required.
Key Qualifications and Characteristics:
All candidates must be licensed to practice veterinary medicine in the State of Ohio or be able to secure such licensure within 30 days of an offer. The preferred candidate will have familiarity with high-volume spay/neuter procedures
Other expected qualifications of the successful candidate include: a demonstrated track record of strong leadership, excellent time management skills, and the ability to perform and remain calm under pressure.
Knowledge, Skills, Abilities and Attributes:
The ability to communicate effectively and respectfully with management, co-workers and clients
The ability to perform a thorough physical exam of dogs and cats of all temperaments
The ability to perform repetitive surgical procedures for hours at a time
The ability to stand, bend, kneel and crouch in order to safely interact with animals
Desired Personal Traits:
Commitment to mission (demonstrated passion for mission of animal welfare in its many forms)
Ethical (possesses honesty, integrity, transparency and the highest ethical and moral standards; trustworthy).
Critical thinker (ability to make decisions while exhibiting sound and accurate judgement).
Energetic (genuinely enthusiastic; can rally others around the mission; strong personal work ethic).
Organized (able to manage multiple high priority projects simultaneously to meet or exceed established goals and objectives).
Teamwork (willingness to perform a variety of tasks if needed, including preparing the operating areas for the day and cleaning up at the end of the day)
Additional Salary Information: The Veterinarian is expected to earn an attractive salary. Benefits include access to medical, dental, vision and life insurance, paid holidays, paid time off, CE allowance, 401k with match and payment of medical license.
About Humane Ohio
Humane Ohio is a 501c3 organization that operates a stationary high quality, high volume spay/neuter clinic modeled after Humane Alliance, located in Toledo, Ohio. From 2006 through 2020 Humane Ohio has performed over 190,000 spay/neuter surgeries. Humane Ohio has three veterinarians on staff currently, and a total staff of 28 people. Humane Ohio recently renovated a 10,000+ square foot building into an efficient high-volume clinic, and moved into this clinic in November 2020. This new clinic will allow the number of surgeries performed to greatly increase going forward.
In addition to routine spay/neuter for owned pets, shelter or rescue pets and community cats, Humane Ohio regularly performs life-saving surgery for dogs and cats with pyometra or dystocia, and occasionally other surgical procedures such as enucleations and amputations.
Since 2013, Humane Ohio has offered a transport program in a temperature controlled box truck to pick up animals for spay/neuter in 11 different counties. We provide such transports three to four times weekly and this program continues to grow. We work with over 40 rescues and shelters to alter their pets before adoption, and some help us org...anize transport for public pets as well.
Humane Ohio has long been the leader in our community related to care and advocacy for community cats. We operate a live-trap rental program to assist people in safe trapping of community cats, and charge a special price for spay/neuter, ear-tip and rabies vaccines for community cats of only $29. We offer an educational class periodically, “Community Cats 101”, to teach interested people how to safely trap cats in their neighborhoods and to help them understand more about community cat behavior. Humane Ohio offers feral cat shelters for purchase throughout the cold weather months to assist cat caretakers in keeping their neighborhood cats safe and warm. In 2020 alone we were able to spay/neuter, ear-tip and vaccinate over 5,000 community cats.
In 2017 Humane Ohio began a small foster-based cat adoption program to help cats and kittens most at-risk. We were being flooded with requests for assistance when area shelters were full and caring citizens wanted to help friendly outdoor cats and kittens find indoor adoptive homes. In 2020 we were able to place over 300 cats/kittens into adoptive homes. We helped cats who needed amputations, eye enucleations, wound care and those who tested positive for FIV and/or Feline Leukemia. We have been able to provide needed medical care and foster homes for healing time, and ultimately find these cats safe, indoor homes to call their own.
For more information on Humane Ohio, please visit humaneohio.org.
As a veterinarian with Humane Ohio you will know you have made a difference in the lives of animals and their caregivers each and every day. The workday begins at 7:30am and typically ends by 4:00pm. The clinic is currently open Monday-Friday, but weekend hours would be an option for an interested candidate. No evening hours or holidays will be required, helping you maintain a healthy work-life balance. We are seeking multiple additional veterinarians to keep up with demand, and are open to full-time candidates down to veterinarians who can commit to anything more than two shifts per month.