Idaho Humane Society is seeking a full time Shelter Veterinarian for our shelter medicine program. The Shelter Veterinarian is responsible for the daily care and treatment of all hospitalized shelter animals, injury/ isolation animals, foster animals, and any other shelter animals. This includes, but is not limited to; conducting rounds on shelter animals, completing vet checks for new animals to the shelter, completing surgeries for shelter animals, and seeing post adopt clientele.
In addition to a competitive salary, we offer health benefits, retirement plan with employer match, eight paid holidays, continuing education and license reimbursement, and paid time off to enjoy all that Idaho has to offer. Since IHS is a non-profit 501(c)(3), you may be eligible for Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) program.
· Position is full-time (four 10 hour shifts), with benefits, and requires working a weekend day.
· Education: Must possess a Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine
· Requirements: Currently licensed in Idaho to practice veterinary medicine or ability to obtain license upon hire; must be qualified and eligible to obtain Idaho state pharmacy license and DEA license
If you ready to make a difference and join our IHS family, please visit our website at idahohumanesociety.org and send your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Additional Salary Information: Sign on bonus and relocation assistance available.
About Idaho Humane Society
The Idaho Humane Society is a community-supported open-door facility that provides shelter, medical care, adoption services, humane law enforcement services and much more to over 20,000 animals annually. Since its incorporation in 1945, the Idaho Humane Society has become one of the most recognized and beloved nonprofit organizations in the community.
The mission of the Idaho Humane Society is to advocate for the welfare and responsible care of animals, protect them from neglect and cruelty, and promote humane education, awareness, and compassion. We believe that because domestic animals are a product of human intervention, we have a special obligation to them in regard to humane treatment and responsible stewardship.