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There are many job opportunities available at CCAS. Don't get us wrong - we love our volunteers - but there are some positions that just require more time/effort than we can ask of them. For such tasks, we're looking for a few hard workers. Below are the current open positions at CCAS. If you are interested in applying for a position at CCAS, please e-mail your resumes and references to Vicki Rowland, Executive Director, at email@example.com. Thank you in advance for your interest!
Behavior and Placement Coordinator will be responsible for conducting dog behavioral evaluations. Coordinates the timely placement of adoptable animals into foster care, shelter transfers and rescue organizations along with Shelter Operations Manager. Please email resumes to Michael Bricker, Shelter Operations Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org
Director of Veterinarian Services position of Camden County Animal Shelter will support efforts to provide quality veterinary care to the thousands homeless animals as well as Camden County community pets through low-cost spay and neuter and vaccine clinic services. Director of Veterinarian Services will oversee all clinic operations and medical staff including high quality; high volume spays and neuter surgeries, vaccination clinics, medical evaluation and treatment of sick and injured shelter animals. Supervises staffing plans and budgets, will evaluate area expenditures to meet budget constraints. Responsible for managing high level of veterinary services, development, and implementation of all clinic and medical operational objectives. Minimum of 3 years in shelter operations, clinic operations, veterinary hospital, shelter medicine and/or senior level management required. Degree in Veterinary Medicine from an accredited institution. Concentration in shelter medicine preferred. This position reports directly to the Executive Director.
Camden County Animal Shelter is seeking a relief veterinarian to serve our shelter animals from approximately mid-April through mid-August 2015. CCAS provides high volume spay and neuter surgeries (20-30/day). The ideal candidate will be responsible for the day to day evaluation, spay/neuter surgeries as well as treatment and rehabilitation of shelter animals. Flexible availability required, including Saturdays. A valid New Jersey veterinary license and previous shelter experience is required. Camden County Animal Shelter is non-for-profit, animal welfare organization.