CAP is always looking for dedicated individuals who are interested in making a difference in the lives of homeless animals. All applicants must be highly motivated toward the welfare and humane treatment of animals, enjoy working in a fast-paced environment and know how to be part of a team. CAP is an equal opportunity employer.
If you are interested in working for Citizens for Animals Protection, please download and complete the employment application, a fill-in PDF form, and mail to CAP along with your resume and cover letter indicating the position(s) of interest.
Snip/Tuck Clinic - Veterinarian- New Opening as of 7/24/2017
Must have a current Texas Veterinary Medical License and be in good standing with the Texas Board of Veterinary Medical Examiners.
Have the skills and experience to perform a minimum of 25 spay/neuter surgeries each day (including pediatric spay/neuter, in heat, pregnant, cryptorchid and other occasional surgeries such as limb amputation, cherry eye tuck, enucleation, etc.) Diagnose and oversee the medical treatment of sick and injured shelter animals. Oversee the administration of Rabies vaccinations & ordering of medical supplies.
Typical 3-4 day work week, from 9am-4pm. Salary commensurate with experience.
Also, there is the opportunity to work the Low-Cost Vaccination Clinic on Saturdays for additional pay. Soon we will be opening a full-time wellness clinic.
Snip/Tuck Clinic - Assistant Veterinary Technician - New Opening as of 7/19/2017
High school education with at least one (1) year formal training or equivalent experience in a veterinary clinic.
Ability to perform basic medical tasks, e.g. administer vaccinations, perform heartworm and FeLV testing, able to appropriately restrain hold animals while they are receiving IV, IM, or SQ injections. Able to lift animals over 50 lbs, clean cages and recognize the signs of distress in animals during induction, surgery and in recovery.
5 day work week with 1 weekend day required. Will be cross-trained with wellness clinic & some other shelter-based duties. Full-time position with health, vacation & sick leave benefits.
Shelter - Animal Caretaker
Must be at least 18 years of age with high school diploma or GED.
At CAP full-time shelter employees work 4,10 hour days, with at least one weekend day, from 9:00am to 7:00pm (possibly later), attending to the care of the animals in the shelter. Animal Caretakers are responsible for cleaning the cages and kennels, walking dogs, preparing food, cleaning dishes and litter boxes, doing laundry, sweeping, mopping and other janitorial duties.
We need hard working individuals who are not afraid of handling a variety of animals from cats and dogs, to rabbits, hamsters and other small mammals. Individuals must be compassionate toward animals and a good team player. This position provides opportunity to move into our Adoption, Intake and Work Up areas. Salary includes health, vacation and sick leave benefits.