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Animal Care Associate

The Greater Androscoggin Humane Society has periodic openings for part-time Animal Care Associates, and we accept applications for future openings on our Animal Care & Adoptions team. Applicants must work well under pressure, be self-motivated, compassionate and organized. Various hours; weekends and holidays required. Starting hourly rate: $12.00. Click here for job applications. Please bring completed applications and resumes to Brandon Castner, Operations Manager, 55 Strawberry Avenue, Lewiston, ME 04240.

Licensed Veterinary Technician

Join our fast-paced medical team and make a difference in animals’ lives every day. We’re currently hiring for a full-time Veterinary Technician (ideally licensed in Maine) to assist with medical care for animals in our facility, surgical interventions, and community outreach and care for pets in need. GAHS is a dynamic organization, constantly seeking to improve and expand on our humane care for animals in our community. See the full job listing and apply via Indeed. Pay range: DOE | Benefits

Full Time Shelter Veterinarian

Come work for a dynamic and fast-paced shelter in beautiful central Maine.  Serving over 4,000 animals a year, the Greater Androscoggin Humane Society is seeking a full-time Shelter Veterinarian to take our medical capacity and capabilities to the next level for both the shelter and community populations.  Join our shelter family and enjoy access to fantastic outdoor recreational activities in a small but thriving Maine city.

The Shelter Veterinarian is responsible for performing the traditional duties of a veterinarian in a shelter setting which may include health assessments, testing, diagnosis, sterilization, and treatment (either medical or surgical intervention). This position provides medical and surgical care to shelter animals and owned pets through the organization’s outreach programs, including, but not limited to, community cat management, pet wellness services, vaccination clinics and spay/neuter surgery and assistance to animal rescue groups. The Shelter Veterinarian is responsible for the development, recommendation and implementation of medical and surgical protocols, as well as policies and procedures for effective disease control, pain management, and treatment. This position also oversees the medical work of the veterinary technician(s) and assistant(s).  Email resume, cover letter and references to   Salary range:  DOE | Benefits