Planned PEThood is seeking employees who share our passion for helping animals.

Please direct all resumes and inquiries to

This high-visibility position is responsible for providing efficient, effective management of Planned PEThood’s customer service operations.

You will manage the customer experience at our Spay/Neuter and Wellness clinics and offsite events, maintaining a well-trained staff to provide a pleasant, welcoming experience for our clients. You will also perform general office management functions, including oversight of our office equipment, phone system, online reservations, and point-of-sale software.

Qualified candidates will have experience supervising a small staff, highly-developed verbal and written communication skills, and proficiency in learning and utilizing new software. Most of all, you must demonstrate a passion for Planned PEThood’s mission, a love of animals, and a good rapport with the people who help them.

This position is full-time, salaried/exempt, and will pay between $45-52,000 annually depending on your level of experience. Benefits include health, dental/vison insurance, 401k, PTO, and much more.

If you think you’re the perfect fit for this role, send your resume to A full job description will be provided at that time.

Planned PEThood of Georgia is looking for a dynamic and experienced animal welfare professional to lead our team of superheroes.

Our programs include high-volume spay/neuter, vaccine and wellness clinics, rescue and adoption, community cats, and management of veterinary services at a municipal shelter. Our facility is located in Gwinnett County, but we also provide outreach to underserved communities through remote vaccine clinics and transport.

Planned PEThood is an established and well-respected organization; founded in 2010, we have never stopped growing! We are proud of the innovative and successful programs that we offer. Our mission is helping animals and the people who care for them, with an emphasis on good customer service to our clients.

The Executive Director holds primary responsibility for the financial and reputational health of the organization, and for the effectiveness of each of its programs. The successful candidate will have a proven track record in:

  • Budgeting and Financial Oversight
  • Fundraising and Development
  • Operational management
  • Staff development

Experience in an animal welfare environment, particularly high-volume spay/neuter, is essential for this position.

We offer a competitive salary and benefits, including health/dental/disability/life insurance and 401(k). Send your resume to

These positions fill various roles in surgery and wellness/vaccine clinics. Must be comfortable working with cats and dogs of all sizes. Job roles may include restraint, blood draws, weighing animals, and working closely with the public. Experience preferred. 

Opportunity abounds at Planned PEThood, with multiple DVM positions open to enable our growth. Spay/Neuter, Wellness, Rescue, Shelter Medicine- we need committed DVM’s in all of these areas.