Career Opportunities

Assistant Veterinary Technician

Ever have someone say “You must love your job”?

There are not many places where you can make a difference to over 4,300 animals in need in a single year. If this sounds like something that you would like to be a part of, keep reading.

The Regina Humane Society is looking for our newest Assistant Veterinary Technician.

While you have all the training and certifications needed to practice as a Registered Veterinary Technologist, you also understand that being a great Veterinary Technologist is more than just skill – it’s understanding that compassion and care are just as important. The comfort and well-being of homeless, sick and injured animals is in your hands as you prepare them for surgery, conduct routine examinations and administer vaccinations and prescribed treatments.

As an Assistant Veterinary Technician, you will be part of a highly skilled, motivated and dedicated team that provides medical care to shelter animals at the Society. You will also ensure that examination and surgical areas, supplies, instruments and equipment are maintained to the highest standard and are always ready when needed.

In return, we offer you a life-changing experience, the chance to feel great about your job, opportunities for growth, advancement and professional development – and you get to hang out with some pretty awesome animals each day!

You’ve got the training. You’ve got the drive. You are ready to get to work.

Let’s talk.

A complete job description may be downloaded here.

Resumes may be sent to:

Dr Katherine Ball
Director of Veterinary Care
Regina Humane Society
Box 3143, Regina, SK  S4P 3
G7

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Volunteer Dog Training Apprentice

Are you a dog lover with plenty of hands-on dog experience? Have you ever wanted to grow your canine career and become a dog trainer? Or maybe you’ve graduated from a training program and require more hands-on mentoring. You could be in luck!

The RHS is looking for two volunteer dog training apprentices to mentor under our CPDT-KA certified trainer. Apprentices will learn the training skills of our foundations programs, how to effectively run group classes, how to troubleshoot common training concerns and how to develop and execute class curriculums. Most importantly apprentices will be guided on effective teaching practices.

Apprentice programs can cost thousands of dollars. This rare opportunity is free and volunteers may log hours towards their own certification.  This is not a paid position.

Applications including resume and cover letter should be submitted by July 24, 2018 to training@reginahumane.ca

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