Part Time or Full Time - Any experience level considered
DVM or equivalent
Do you want to change the world? Do you want a job that reminds you why you went in to veterinary medicine? Do you dream of helping underserved pets and their owners alongside a team dedicated to patient care and reducing overpopulation? Do you want to build surgical skill and become a leader in the spay/neuter movement? SNAP is a high volume spay/neuter and wellness clinic that has been serving the Houston area for almost 25 years. We are established in the fabric of Houston, but are going through an exciting period of rebirth as we bring our establish system up to date by bringing focus back to a happy and fulfilled team as a means of creating stronger advocacy for our patients and our community. We currently serve the public as well as various municipal shelters and private rescue groups, and we use grant funding to cover subsidized services for income-qualifying members of the community. We operate two stationary clinics in the Houston area, as well as two satellite clinics in municipalities that are Houston-adjacent. We are actively seeking veterinarians, both with and without surgical experience, who possess or can obtain a Texas veterinary license. Training is provided for those with little or no surgical experience. Qualified candidates should be interested in learning and leading. Full time and part time positions are available, and compensation is competitive. We look forward to hearing form you!
TX veterinary license
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About Spay-Neuter Assistance Program, Inc
SNAP is a 501C3 animal charity operating veterinary facilities in the greater Houston and San Antonio areas. SNAP supports the human animal bond by providing affodable spay/neuter and wellness veterinary care to pet parents in our communities. Tean SNAP performs about 30,000 spay/neuter surgeries per year and about 20,000 wellness visits between our 3 stationary clinic locations and 4 satelite units. Our mission is to prevent suffering and death of dogs and cats due to overpopulation and preventable disease, especially in low income areas. Our vision is a world with no more homeless pets.