The Humane Society of Utah is expanding to the St. George, Utah area. This new position will lead the veterinary medical efforts of the expansion which will begin with a new low cost spay/neuter & vaccine clinic, then once our new shelter opens, lead the shelter medicine efforts as well. This is a rare opportunity to build from the ground up the infrastructure and staff of a low cost clinic and shelter medicine program.
For the full job description, to learn more about the Humane Society of Utah, and to apply please visit UtahHumane.org
Salary $80,000-$100,000 DOE, great benefits, relocation assistance and a $25,000 signing bonus with a two-year contract. 4 day work week Tuesday to Friday.
Education and Qualifications: Must have, or be able to obtain, current Utah Veterinary License. Must have Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree or equivalent. Experience employed as Veterinarian preferred. Ability to pass a background check
About Humane Society of Utah
The Humane Society of Utah is dedicated to the elimination of pain, fear, and suffering in all animals. Our goal is to keep pets and people together, bring them together, and help move each animal to their most appropriate outcome as quickly as possible. The Humane Society of Utah is the largest open-admission animal welfare organization in the state. We welcome any companion animal that can legally be admitted and work to find each pet a new loving home. We do not euthanize any healthy or treatable pet and have exceeded nationally-accepted no-kill standards. The following lifesaving programs and services are offered through the Humane Society of Utah: Community Clinic, Adoption, Foster Care, Behavior and Training, Transfer program, Development, Enrichment, Volunteer, Pet Retention and Shelter Diversion, Admissions, Advocacy, and Humane Education.Since 1960, the Humane Society of Utah has been sheltering homeless animals and creating an environment of respect, responsibility, and compassion through our programs, education, and legislation.