Reporting to the Chief Veterinary Officer, this position supports the Society in achieving its mission, vision, strategies and tactics, serving as a lead staff person in population management, disease prevention, medical and behavioral diagnosis, medical and behavioral treatments, spay-neuter surgeries, humane education, and cruelty investigation support. Responsible for daily care and sterilization of all surgical patients and maintenance of preventative health programs and medical protocol, ensuring all clinic staff members are adhering to proper peri-operative care of patients. Quality patient care is first and foremost. Must be willing to work on the spay/neuter mobile unit which will travel throughout the state of South Carolina. Will be expected to participate in training the veterinary students, veterinarians, and shelter support staff.
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