Love animals? Love animal welfare? If you're high-energy, hard-working and customer service-oriented, THS may be just the place for you!
Toledo Humane Society, Northwest Ohio’s largest open admission nonprofit animal shelter, is hiring for both a part time and a full time Registered Veterinary Technician position. We are expanding our programs and need the necessary support staff to help us grow. Hourly salary will vary with experience.
We offer a competitive salary, generous CE expenses and licensing reimbursement, and deeply discounted medical procedures, supplies, and food for your personal pets. For full-time employment only, benefits include: health/vision/dental, 401(k) match, paid time off (PTO) including holidays, sick time and vacation, free and confidential employee assistance program, and free short-term disability insurance.
This position is located at our new full service, low-cost veterinary clinic. We opened our doors in April 2022. This first of its kind clinic in Toledo provides high quality medical and surgical services to an underserved community. With the support of grants and donations, we are able to provide care even when pet owners have limited financial resources. Our goal is to never have to turn away a pet in need of care.
Our medical team currently consists of four veterinarians, four RVTs, and three veterinary assistants. We are a busy, fast-paced environment. Our facility has digital xray, dental x-ray, ultrasound, and a two-table surgery suite. We are open Monday thru Fridays only, and close for an hour for lunch. We believe in supporting everyone’s work life balance. We are looking for a hard-working team player with a positive attitude. We love coming to work every day and like to have fun while we work. We are passionate about being part of a life-saving team that makes a difference every day in the lives of our patients and their owners.
Interested applicants should send their resumes to Anna Brown, DVM at firstname.lastname@example.org
Please see full job description for more information.
JOB SUMMARY: Primary job duties are related to the surgical and medical care of patients and providing client education.
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SHELTER MEDICINE AND/OR COMMUNITY MEDICINE POSITION IN NORTHWEST OHIO
Toledo Humane Society, Northwest Ohio’s largest and oldest nonprofit animal shelter, is seeking either a full-time or part-time veterinarian to help us grow our programs and services.
Enjoy the best of both worlds by practicing shelter medicine and/or community medicine with a
collaborative, supportive, fun team. Our veterinarians and RVT’s are passionate, dedicated, and
caring individuals who work hard, have a lot of fun, and make a difference for animals every day.
Our shelter is well-equipped, with digital and dental x-rays, surgery suite with two tables, and two
dental machines. Two DVM’s work together three days per week. We enjoy practicing comprehensive medicine and treating challenging/complex medical and surgical cases, and refer to
specialists when needed.
In April of 2022, we opened a newly remodeled facility to provide low-cost medical and surgical
care for owned pets in a resource-challenged community. New team members will have the
opportunity to help us shape the direction of this new clinic and have a profound impact on the
families in this community. With the support of grants and donors, this first of its kind facility in
Toledo allows us to provide quality care for pets even when their owners are financially challenged.
We are looking for team members who are excited to practice veterinary medicine and are
interested in continuing to develop their medical and surgical skills. Previous experience in HQHV
surgery, forensics, or orthopedics is a plus, or interest in learning in these areas. New grads are
welcome to apply - we are committed to mentoring and supporting professional and personal
growth, and we value your personal time. Our workday allows for the flexibility to support your
personal life – for example making it to your kid’s soccer game or dentist appointment – we figure
out how to make it work for everyone.
Full-time employment is 36 hours (four days)/week, part-time can be anywhere from one to three
days per week. We offer a competitive salary. Full-time employees enjoy generous benefits
including medical, dental, vision, life insurance, short and long-term disability insurance, generous
401(k) match, EAP, PTO and paid holidays. Both full and part-time DVM’s receive an annual
allowance for CE, professional memberships, and licensing. Working for a nonprofit may qualify
you for student loan forgiveness.
For a full job description or to submit your resume, please contact Anna Brown, DVM at email@example.com or 419-891-0705, ext. 343
The Toledo Humane Society is always accepting resumes for Animal Care and will be in contact with interested candidates when positions become available.
Here are some of the things the animal care and adoptions staff is in charge of getting done.
Toledo Humane Society, Northwest Ohio’s largest open admission nonprofit animal shelter, is hiring for the position of Thrift Shop Cashier and Donation Processor.
The THS Thrift Store is a busy and growing thrift shop in the Toledo area that supports the Toledo Humane Society and its mission by selling new and gently used donated items. This is a part-time, hourly position. Approximately 15-20 hours per week, primarily lat afternoon and evening hours (no later than 8pm), and opportunity to work up to 25 hours a week depending on availability. Must be available to work most Saturdays and occasional Sundays. We are looking for a hard-working team player with a positive attitude. We are passionate about helping shelter animals by raising money in our thrift shop.
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SUMMARY: To assist in fulfilling the purpose/mission of THS by efficiently managing donation pickup and deliveries with optimal courtesy paid to donors, maintain trucks and assist in production operations as necessary.
Education: High school diploma/GED
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SUMMARY: To assist in fulfilling the purpose/mission of THS by being responsible to work with the Store Manager in managing the total business operation of the Thrift Store and the supporting Production Department. In this capacity, the Assistant Store Manager is responsible to assist the Store Manager in providing an operation that not only produces a reasonable profit for the humane society, but also displays and promotes the mission of THS.
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The 12,500 square foot store offers furniture, jewelry, antiques, collectibles and more.
All proceeds from the THS Thrift Store directly support the animals at our shelter and help us to fulfill our ongoing mission to lead the community in efforts focused on relieving the suffering of, preventing cruelty to, and providing for the humane treatment of animals.Get Directions