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

Please direct all inquiries to jobs@pethoodga.org

Veterinary Assistant (full-time, part-time, relief)

Seeking an experienced Veterinary Assistant (1yr+) to work at our Duluth Spay/Neuter clinic and/or at the Gwinnett County Animal Welfare building in Lawrenceville. Planned PEThood of GA manages the veterinary services contract for the Gwinnett County Animal Shelter.

This position assists with pre-surgical exams, administers oral medications and injections, IV catheter placement, set up and maintenance of IV fluids lines and pumps, specimen collection, post-operative discharges, animal restraint, and blood collection, among other job specific tasks.

Must effectively be able to read, speak, and write legibly in English. Must have basic computer literacy skills and be able to handle multiple unrelated tasks simultaneously while working in a busy environment. Must be customer service oriented and friendly, and able to lift up to 40 pounds and work on feet all day.

Email jobs@pethoodga.org with resume.

Shelter Veterinarian (full-time)

Seeking a licensed veterinarian with minimum two years’ experience in shelter medicine. High-volume spay/neuter experience preferred. Must be knowledgeable of DEA requirements for handling and reporting controlled drug inventories. This person will provide high-quality medical care to shelter animals, including spay/neuter, treatment of various medical conditions, and herd health maintenance. This person will ensure humane medical treatment of all animals seen in the Gwinnett County Shelter and assist in developing, advancing, and implementing shelter medicine protocols. Shelter is located at 884 Winder Hwy, Lawrenceville, GA 30045. Must be currently licensed DVM in the state of Georgia.  Please click here for full job description.

Email jobs@pethoodga.org with resume.

Transportation Coordinator (part-time)

Seeking a highly organized and motivated person to manage day-to-day operation of Planned PEThood’s Rural Spay/Neuter/Rescue Transport Program and to participate in the improvement and expansion of the program. This position is for approximately 20 hours a week, some of which can be done remotely. The role includes scheduling pick-up/delivery of animals, handling of cats and dogs, ensuring transport and surgery paperwork is complete, reaching out to local rescue groups to assist with rescue and transportation of animals, and entering county animal control agencies.. This rewarding position has the ability to impact and save hundreds of animals a year. Candidate must be physically able to drive for long stretches of time, load and unload crates, handle large dogs, and keep vehicle clean and maintained.

Must effectively be able to read, speak, and write legibly in English. Must have basic computer literacy skills and be able to handle multiple unrelated tasks simultaneously while working in a busy environment. Must be customer service oriented and friendly, and able to lift up to 50 pounds. Requires good driving record.

Email jobs@pethoodga.org with resume.