Employment Opportunities at AWA
Animal Welfare Association is a great place to work! AWA employees become part of a greater mission to make a difference in the lives of thousands of animals.
benefits for full time employees
- Healthcare Insurance
- Vacation and Holidays
- Discounts on Pet Vaccinations and Medications
- The Joy of Helping Homeless Animals Find Homes!
Open Position: Pet Clinic Manager
Animal Welfare Association is seeking a Clinic Manager for our very busy high volume spay/ neuter surgery center and wellness clinic. The manager is accountable for maintaining the highest operational standards, implementation of best practices, policies and procedures and compliance with all regulations. He/She is responsible for clinic programs, tracking results and relaying data to leadership. Clinic manager will oversee client acquisition, customer satisfaction and veterinary outreach programs, as well as facility maintenance and ensuring cleanliness standards. Duties include: overall management of clinic operations, staff and volunteers, ordering medical supplies including controlled substances, inventory and budgeting. Clinic manager will work closely with other management to build a unified team, all working to fulfill our mission. Necessary strengths include: management skills, strong communication skills, budgeting, inventory management, veterinary knowledge and program management. Requirements: Minimum A.A. degree, five years of professional experience with three years at the management level. Prior shelter clinic management experience preferred. Salary and benefit package are competitive for the South Jersey region. A pre-hiring and random drug testing and background check is possible. To apply send your resume and cover letter to Stacie DaBolt, Director of Operations at firstname.lastname@example.org by May 30th.
Please see more detailed job information and position requirements here.
Open Position: Veterinary Technician
The Animal Welfare Association is currently seeking to add an enthusiastic, hard-working technician to our medical team. The right candidate should have at least one year of experience with a veterinary practice or the equivalent. Prior experience in a high volume spay/neuter setting is preferred.
Duties include but are not limited to animal restraint, anesthetic induction, surgical prep and monitoring, vaccinations, catheter placement, blood draws, prepping surgical packs, animal intakes and support during wellness appointments. Candidate must have excellent animal handling and communication skills. The ability and willingness to communicate positively and effectively with staff, volunteers and clients is a must. Position is approximately 40 hours per week, Monday – Friday, with some weekends, evenings and holidays. Email resumes to email@example.com
Posted March 2015