The HSOG seeks a lead vet to perform spay/neuter surgeries 2 days per week, 25 to 30 surgeries per day, average 6 hours per day. (Increasing to 3 days per week as business grows.) Experience as a high volume spay/neuter surgeon is preferred. The HSOG is a nonprofit agency servicing the community since 1958. Located in beautiful Greenwood SC, a growing community with shopping, new dog park, lake area, relaxed lifestyle, mild climate, year-round golfing, award-winning healthcare, affordable cost of living, centrally located. Surgeries to be performed at the current location and we will be moving into a new facility Spring 2018.
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: Performing high volume, high quality, spay/neuter surgeries, ensuring safe, effective and efficient medical processes, such as check-in and post-surgery follow-up as needed. Applicants will need to be able to thrive in a high volume, fast paced environment. Experience preferred with early S/N, TNR, in-heat females, pregnancies, cryptorchid males. A strong work ethic and commitment to our clinic's mission to reduce the unwanted pet overpopulation and the promotion of animal health and safety to the community is required. Other qualifications include being flexible, having a positive attitude, working well with coworkers and the public, and must be committed to treating animals with kindness and respect. Training on the required technique of high-quality, high-volume spay neuter will be provided if needed. Send letter of interest to email@example.com, mail to P.O. Box 49776, Greenwood, SC 29649, or call (864) 223-2498.
Additional Salary Information: This is a contract position and compensation is based on the number of surgeries performed. DEA, PLIT and S/N CE paid by the HSOG. Compliance with the applicable state and federal laws and the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) required.
The Humane Society of Greenwood is a not-for-profit organization working in partnership with our community to educate, cultivate, and facilitate the compassionate care and treatment of animals. The HSOG was founded in 1958 by Mr. E.L. Caldecott. Under contract with Greenwood County since 2002, the Humane Society of Greenwood’s animal care professionals operate the Greenwood County Animal Shelter..., the safety net for any lost, abandoned, or relinquished companion animal in Greenwood County. HSOG staff promote adoptions of shelter animals at the Adoption Center and at off-site adoption events, as well as work strategically with out-of-area rescue groups who adopt animals from the Shelter and re-home in areas outside Greenwood. A new animal care facility is being built in collaboration with Greenwood County and expected to open in spring 2018.