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Instructions on how to apply to CAP are detailed under each position below. Visit our Indeed page here for more information about each position.

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CAP is always looking for dedicated individuals who are interested in making a difference in the lives of homeless animals. All applicants must be highly motivated toward the welfare and humane treatment of animals, enjoy working in a fast-paced environment, and know how to be part of a team. CAP is an equal-opportunity employer.


 

Staff Veterinarian

Summary:
The Staff Veterinarian works in cooperation with the Director of Veterinary Services and Shelter Management to monitor and improve the general health of the animals in the shelter; to help ensure that the transmission of disease is kept to a minimum; to diagnose and oversee the medical treatment of sick and injured animals; to oversee the administration of all vaccinations; to perform spay/neuter surgeries, amputations, dental work, hernia repair and other surgical procedures on animals. In addition, the staff veterinarian’s expert input is valuable in reviewing the Standard Operating Procedures (SOP’s) for animals in incoming & work-up, the shelter, foster care, and in our public wellness clinic. It is vital that the Staff Veterinarian works to ensure that the mission and standards of CAP are upheld.

Required Education and Experience:

  • Doctorate degree in Veterinary Medicine from an accredited school of Veterinary Medicine.
  • New graduates and experienced vets welcome to apply.
  • Avimark experience a plus.

 

View our Indeed page for more information  CAP's Indeed page.  Interested applicants will need to submit a resume and completed Shelter & Clinic application by emailing employment@cap4pets.org to be considered.

  

Surgery Technician
 
Summary:  
The Surgery Technician is responsible for assisting the surgery team to ensure that animals in surgery are cared for in a humane and professional manner in accordance with CAP protocol. The Surgery Technician helps to ensure that all areas of the clinic operate efficiently and the clinic is maintained in a clean, sanitary, and organized environment. The Surgery Technician also assists in our Clinic Wellness area to ensure a positive public image in treating animals for vaccinations and preventative medicine.

Required Education and Experience:

  • High school education with diploma or GED.
  • One year of technician experience required in a veterinary setting.

 

To view the full job listing visit CAP's Indeed page. Interested applicants will need to submit a resume and completed Shelter & Clinic application by emailing employment@cap4pets.org to be considered.

  

Animal Caretaker/Adoption Counselor (full & part-time positions available)

Summary:

At CAP full-time shelter employees work a variable schedule with at least one weekend day, from 9:00 am to 7:00 pm (possibly later), attending to the care of the animals in the shelter. Animal Caretakers are responsible for cleaning the cages and kennels, walking dogs, preparing food, cleaning dishes and litter boxes, doing laundry, sweeping, mopping, and other janitorial duties.

We need hard-working individuals who are not afraid of handling a variety of animals - cats and dogs, rabbits, hamsters, and other small mammals. Individuals must be compassionate toward animals and a good team player. This position provides an opportunity to move into our Adoption, Intake, and Work Up areas. Salary includes health, vacation, and sick leave benefits.

Required Education and Experience:

  • Must be at least 18 years of age with a high school diploma or GED.

 

To view the full job listing visit CAP's Indeed page. Interested applicants will need to submit a resume and completed Shelter & Clinic application by emailing employment@cap4pets.org to be considered.


 

Bilingual Shelter Receptionist (English/Spanish)

Summary:

The Receptionist is the "face" of CAP and one of the first staff members that visitors will encounter when entering the facility, therefore great customer service skills are required. The Receptionist is responsible for all walk-ins, call-ins, and email inquiries about CAP, directing visitors to the best place, and responsible for keeping a good flow going with adoptions.

Required Education and Experience:

  • Required high school education or GED.
  • Minimum one year of experience performing office duties which include answering phones, greeting visitors, and computer data entry. Two years’ experience is required for the higher end of the pay range.
  • For the Spanish fluency pay premium, all applicants must be able to speak, read, and write Spanish fluently.

 

To view the full job listing visit CAP's Indeed page. Interested applicants will need to submit a resume and completed Shelter & Clinic application by emailing employment@cap4pets.org to be considered.


 

Clinic Receptionist

Summary:

It is the responsibility of the Clinic Receptionist to ensure a professional working and functional relationship between Citizens for Animal Protection (CAP) and Cornelius Clinic co-workers, clients and volunteers. The Clinic Receptionist will work in coordination with the Veterinary Practice Manager, Lead Surgery/Wellness Technicians, and other clinic staff, and assists in maintaining a positive and professional public image.

Required Education and Experience:

  • Required high school education or GED.
  • At least one year working in the animal welfare field is required.
  • At least one year experience as a veterinary receptionist is required.
  • AVIMARK experience required.

 

To view the full job listing visit CAP's Indeed page. Interested applicants will need to submit a resume and completed Shelter & Clinic application by emailing employment@cap4pets.org to be considered.


 

Shelter Medical Technician

Summary:

It is the responsibility of a Medical Technician to work in coordination with the Shelter Director, Shelter Managers, and Senior Staff to ensure that the daily operations of the shelter run efficiently; to ensure a humane, safe and sanitary environment for animals, employees and the public; to maintain a positive public image; to become knowledgeable in the organization’s policies and procedures; to ensure that the mission and standards of CAP are maintained.

Required Education and Experience:

  • Required high school education or GED.
  • 1 year formal training or equivalent experience in the field of animal health care
  • 1 year experience in humane euthanasia with current certification, preferred
  • Experience in PetPoint preferred
  • Proficiency in Google Suite

 

To view the full job listing visit CAP's Indeed page. Interested applicants will need to submit a resume and completed Shelter & Clinic application by emailing employment@cap4pets.org to be considered. 


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