Director of Veterinary Services

Contributes to the Shelters Mission by:

The Veterinarian has the opportunity to make a huge difference by providing exceptional, affordable care to those who are in need of low cost, first-rate services.  This position is a real opportunity to run your own shop with updated equipment, a fully outfitted OR Suite, and turnkey trained support staff.  This individual is a key member of the organization with both executive leadership and Board support.

Essential Job Functions:

  • Responsible for performing spay and neuter, other surgeries, as well as dental prophylaxis and extractions on shelter and owned animals in existing clinic.
  • Oversees disease control of the kennel facilities and the health and welfare of the animals in our care, clinic facilities and in surgical and treatment record maintenance.
  • Administers emergency care, medical assessments and treatment plans for shelter animals.
  • Point person to establishing, reviewing and make necessary improvement to shelter protocols and procedures in accordance with State regulations.
  • Active advocate for animal health and welfare, by promoting the importance of animal population control and vaccinations within the community in which the shelter services.

Essential Qualifications:

  • A Valid New Hampshire Veterinarian license is required along with a valid New Hampshire driver’s license and driving record acceptable to insurance carrier.
  • DEA License can be acquired after hiring.
  • A passion for providing animal medical care in this region.
  • Strong attention to details and impeccable organizational skills.

“The Good Stuff”

  • Six figure Annual salary.
  • Health Care Anthem 100% employee premium paid by HSFN.
  • Short- and long-term disability including $200,000 life insurance paid by HSFN.
  • Vision and dental plan.
  • IRA plan.
  • Up to $2,000 reimbursement annually for continuing education and uniform allowance.

E-mail resume and cover letter to dabarry@hsfn.org

Per Diem Veterinarian

Do you enjoy surgery or want to improve your surgical skills? The Humane Society for Greater Nashua is looking for a per diem Veterinarian to perform surgical sterilization of dogs, cats, including pediatric and medium volume spay/neuter. This one or two day per week position offers a full OR suite, digital x-ray, lab and three vet techs to assist. Must have NH license and DEA Certificate.

Interested applicants can send their letters of intent and resume to our Director of Administration, Jess Carson at jesscarson@hsfn.org

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We are engaged in rescues and providing care to over 2,500 animals annually, but we can’t do it alone. Donations help assure we have a safe and healthy place for stray, unwanted and rescued animals and help us get them well and adopted. Please consider making a gift, thank you.


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