San José Animal Care and Services, a division in the Department of Public Works is accepting applications for a full time (40 hours/week) Animal Health Technician. This position will be responsible for providing paraprofessional medical care and treatment to shelter animals.
Key Responsibilities include but are not limited to -
· Checking and monitoring the health of animals, as well as rendering first aid and emergency treatment
· Assisting shelter veterinarians in surgery, spay/neuter and other medical procedures
The City of San Jose, Animal Care and Services Division is seeking Veterinarians to work at the Animal Care Center, including part-time and/or relief in either/or, shelter medicine and/or the shelter’s public high quality, high volume spay/neuter clinic. The Animal Shelter Veterinarian may perform all aspects of shelter medicine in a large animal shelter. Duties may include routine spay/neuter surgeries on cats, dogs, and other animals as indicated. This position provides direct care and treatment of homeless animals entering the City of San Jose’s Animal Care Center.
VETERINARY TECHNICIAN (PART-TIME/BENEFITED)
Fremont Police Department - Animal Services
Fremont Animal Services is responsible to protect the public and animals in our City. The shelter provides compassionate and humane care to the animals brought to us; responsible ownership through licensing, adoptions, and spay/neuter. Our Field Services actively respond to reports of injured animals, and cases of neglect and cruelty.
POSITION: The Police Public Service Assistant III works within the Police Department’s Animal Services Unit to provide customer service to the many people visiting the animal shelter. Duties include taking in stray and surrendered animals, adoption interviews, answering phones and e-mails as well as animal behavioral assessments. In addition, the PSA III will assist the shelter officer with other related tasks. This is a long-term temporary assignment and may work up to 20 hours per week.
EXAMPLES OF DUTIES:
The After School Instructor will plan, prepare, and instruct recreation activities (Instructor Aides will assist). Activities may include art, cooking, dance, pre-school program and other program areas. Programs are designed for children ages 6–12 years of age (school grades 2nd to 6th). Job site placement: Brier, Cabrillo, or Grimmer Elementary.
EXAMPLES OF DUTIES (These duties are a general description and are not all inclusive.)
Instruct children and adults (primarily 5-12 years of age) in beginning to intermediate sports camps or programs, such as Badminton, Basketball, Baseball, Cricket, Football, Softball, Soccer, Tennis, etc. Class content should provide basic and/or more advanced game mechanics, strategies, and the rules of sports, depending on the student level of skill. Class must emphasize the importance of good sportsmanship and team play. The goal is to have fun and develop a skill.