Employment

Our employees make a difference! We have many opportunities throughout the year for dedicated, passionate people who want to make a difference in the lives of thousands of animals and touch the lives of countless families.

 

Current Employment Opportunities

Registered Veterinarian Technician

Job Title:                 Registered Vet Technician

Department:          Veterinary Clinic

FLSA Status:          Part Time Exempt

Reports To:            Veterinary Clinic Manager

Essential Function/Major Responsibilities:

  • Administering anesthesia medications correctly and recording usage of controls
  • Controlling the flow surgery animals
  • Directing veterinary assistants
  • Working closely with Veterinarian and assistance to complete surgery’s in a safe and timely manner

 Specific Job Skills/Requirements:

  • Hold a current Veterinary Technician License
  • ability to stand for extended periods of time
  • ability to help move large dog over 80lb
  • availability to work Fridays or Saturdays

Ideal Candidates:

  • 2+ years of veterinary technician experience
  • Flexibility
  • Ability to handle stressful situations

SICSA will provide ample training in high quality high volume surgery techniques.
We offer a competitive wage and a friendly work environment.

How to Apply:

All interested applicants should submit a cover letter and resume to Megan Dell: [email protected] or mail to SICSA Pet Adoption Center; ATTN: Megan Dell, 2600 Wilmington Pike, Kettering, OH  45419.

Animal Care Technician - Part Time

Animal Care Technician 

FLSA Status:          Part Time Exempt

Reports To:            Kennel and Facility Manager


Objective: Provide quality care for SICSA resident animals in accordance with SICSA's policies and procedures. 
The ideal candidate will: 

  • Be dependable.
  • Be willing to follow instructions.
  • Have general knowledge of animal care and behavior.
  • Be able to interact well with animals and be willing to do basic care and training routines.
  • Have an interest in learning about animal health, basic training, and welfare issues.
  • Be able to work with all types of animals that SICSA cares for. This includes small to extra- large dogs, puppies, kittens, cats, senior animals, and fractious animals.
  • Be able to work well with staff, volunteers, and the public.
  • Be able to understand and accept the reality of euthanizing animals when necessary.

Organizational relationships: 
The Animal Care Technician (ACT) reports to Kennel Manager and works in partnership with other ACTs to provide quality care for SICSA's animals. 


Responsibilities:

  • Perform basic cleaning and feeding routines of animals in accordance to SICSA's animal care policies and procedures.
  • Provide regular feed back to the Kennel Manager and the Staff Veterinarian regarding changes in animal health and behavior.
  • Carry out designated health care programs for specific animals as directed by the Kennel Manager and the Staff Veterinarian.
  • Carry out designated behavior modification programs as directed by the Kennel Manager.
  • Assist the public during open hours.

Duties: Examples of specific duties include:

  • Walk dogs according to the schedule set by the Kennel Manager to ensure a good house breaking routine, provide exercise, and human interaction.
  • Examine the animals daily reporting on any change in behavior, appetite, appearance, and feces to the Kennel Manager and the Staff Veterinarian.
  • Follow basic training routines and special behavior plans as directed by the Kennel Manager to enhance animal adoptability.
  • Ensure the health and wellness of the animals in SICSA’s care through monitored social interaction with other animals and people.
  • Under the supervision of the Kennel Manager and the Staff Veterinarian medicate and provide necessary treatment to those animals requiring special medical care.
  • Perform daily and special cleaning as assigned by the Kennel Manager.
  • Monitor all kennel supplies to ensure that all kennel areas are well stocked, notifying the Kennel Manager when items need to be ordered.
  • Assist the Staff Veterinarian in the Vet Clinic when asked.
  • Participate in educational opportunities and training provided by SICSA.
  • Give Support and guidance to kennel volunteers.

Positions start out with 2 weeks of near full time training, then will drop to about 20 hours per week as needed.

All interested applicants should submit a cover letter and resume to Emma Blackman-Mathis: [email protected]g or mail to Attn: Emma Blackman-Mathis 2600 Wilmington Pike, Kettering OH 454519.

 

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