Assistant Veterinary Technician – Mobile Spay/Neuter Service
Why work with the Ottawa Humane Society
Ready for the next exciting step in your career?
At the OHS, you will enjoy extensive opportunities for professional development, a supportive, collaborative team, mentorship, and competitive compensation.
And best of all, you will go home each day knowing you are helping those who can’t help themselves.
The wage range for assistant veterinary technician – mobile spay/neuter service is $21.56 – $26.27 per hour.
This is a part time position scheduled for 20 hours biweekly.
Who is the assistant veterinary technician – mobile spay/neuter service
The assistant veterinary technician is someone who enjoys working directly with animals and providing essential services to pet owners in the community.
The assistant veterinary technician will support the OHS’s mobile spay/neuter service across the city and help provide spay/neuter surgeries to animals in Ottawa whose owners would not typically be able to afford the service.
The assistant veterinary technician is organized and knowledgeable in veterinary care and has great customer service skills. This role also drives the mobile spay/neuter vehicle to and from the daily clinic sites… but don’t worry — we provide the training!
If you like collaborating with a team and supporting clients from a wide variety of backgrounds, this role may be for you!
Like what you see? We want you!
If this position interests you and you can imagine the OHS being the next step in your career, email your resume and cover letter to the attention of the manager: human resources, firstname.lastname@example.org.
We know there is so much more to a person than a degree or years spent in an industry. Here are some things we’d love to hear about you. Tell us about:
- Your education and how you will apply it in this role;
- Your experience working with animals and how you keep your work day organized; and,
- Your experience working with others (co-workers and the public) and managing conflict.
At the OHS we’re big on safety. Safety for our staff, volunteers, clients and animals. To keep everyone safe, we require all staff to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 with exceptions for medical exemptions and accommodation under human rights legislation.
We are an equal opportunity employer and offer accommodation for applicants with disabilities. Please let us know if you require accommodation at any point during your application.