The Kanawha-Charleston Humane Association is seeking a full-time veterinarian for the Fix Charleston Spay/Neuter and Wellness Clinic.
The work of the Fix Charleston Veterinarian is on the leading edge of animal welfare and goes beyond the standard practice. In addition to opportunities to engage with communities in a meaningful way, this dual role enables those looking to build upon solid surgical skills to achieve excellence as a spay/neuter surgeon. As a Fix Charleston Veterinarian, work time is focused around genuine care of the animal and the client to help both to live better lives. The Fix Charleston Veterinarian is a trained and licensed veterinarian responsible for providing preventive and basic medical care including spay/neuter surgery to pet dogs and cats living with their families in Kanawha County and the surrounding areas. Services are provided at our stationary clinic and by a mobile unit parked at designated locations and include examinations, diagnostics and treatments that are non-invasive, concentrating on conditions which can be addressed with reasonable resources with a high likelihood of a positive outcome. Benefits and Salary This is a full-time position that offers a competitive salary based on experience and great benefits, including medical, dental, vision, and paid time-off. The schedule is very predictable with few weekends or workdays longer than 8 hours
About Kanawha-Charleston Humane Association
Kanawha-Charleston Humane Association (KCHA) is seeking a dynamic and dedicated Veterinarian to contribute to the organizations mission to provide low-cost, high-quality veterinary care to the community. KCHA is the largest and most lifesaving animal shelter in the state of West Virginia. Located in Charleston, West Virginia, KCHA is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that contracts with county and municipal partners to provide animal law enforcement and sheltering services. In addition to animal sheltering and adoption, KCHA operates a low-cost spay/neuter and wellness clinic, Fix Charleston. The first of its kind in West Virginia, KCHA is recognized nationally for its commitment to animal welfare. KCHA serves 15,000 pets annually and relies on generous supporters for 85% of its funding.