Toledo Animal Rescue (formerly The Toledo Animal Shelter Association), a 501(c)(3) non-profit continuously operating since 1927, is seeking a part-time, contracted veterinarian to provide quality veterinarian services for the pets at our animal shelter. T.A.R. is the area’s premier no-kill facility.
Services required include spay and neuter surgeries, minor surgeries, illness diagnostics and treatment, health exams, blood draws, lab interpretations, and other basic vet work for shelter pets.
Experience / Requirements:
Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) required.
Successful work experience in a Spay and Neuter Clinic/Shelter preferred, but new graduates will be considered for the position.
License in good standing with Ohio state veterinary board.
Must supply proof of liability insurance.
Strong interpersonal skills to handle sensitive and confidential situations. The ideal person for this job would be a team player, personable, professional, upbeat, and energetic, takes initiative, uses tact and diplomacy.
Able to perform an average of 2-3 surgeries per day.
Able to maintain clear communication with internal staff on all levels. Proven written and verbal presentation skills.
Work requires continual attention to detail. Must be able to work in a fast-paced environment with demonstrated good working habits in an environment that requires multitasking and multiple demands on time.
Ability to stand for extended periods of time while performing work requiring concentration and manual dexterity.
Lifting dogs and cats of all sizes, bending, stooping and walking on a daily basis.
Additional Salary Information: $55/hour, average 2-5 hours weekly
About Toledo Animal Rescue
The Toledo Animal Rescue (formerly Toledo Animal Shelter Association), is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation founded and in continuous operation since 1927. Our mission is to care for and to provide temporary and indefinite shelter for homeless and abandoned dogs and cats by promoting and sponsoring animal welfare education programs, adoptions, preventive veterinary care, and a mandatory spay/neuter program, with emphasis on a "no kill" policy for its animals.