The Oahu Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (Oahu SPCA), located on the Hawaiian island of Oahu, is seeking a Lead Veterinarian. This position will help fulfill our mission of humanely reducing the number of homeless animals by providing sterilization and veterinary care to the community and to shelter animals. This position will handle all medical cases of shelter cats and dogs, ensuring adherence to protocols, and ensure that all staff and volunteers follow Standard Operating Procedures.
This position works closely with the Executive Director and clinic support staff. The successful candidate will also perform high volume sterilizations (15-25/day) and other procedures for shelter and privately owned companion animals. The position will oversee and provide Wellness Exams and inoculations at weekly Vaccination Clinics held at all Petco locations in the State of Hawaii.
Degree in veterinary medicine from an accredited school of veterinary medicine,
Current license to practice in the State of Hawaii or the ability to obtain a license to practice in Hawaii.
Current Hawaiian Narcotics Enforcement Division (NED) license, or the ability to obtain an NED license.
Current DEA license or the ability to obtain a DEA license.
At least two to five years’ experience working in shelter or high volume spay/neuter clinic.
Administration skills – practice management preferred.
Submitting to a background check
Absence of any veterinary board disciplinary actions
Additional Salary Information: Salary commensurate with experience.
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About Oahu SPCA
The Oahu SPCA is dedicated to humanely reducing the population of homeless animals in Hawaii. The organization provides low cost sterilization and veterinary care for more than 11,000 families and their companion animals all over the State of Hawaii.