Join our team!
Do you love animals? Join the Cheyenne Animal Shelter team and help serve the community of Laramie County and all it’s furry friends.
The Cheyenne Animal Shelter provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability or genetics.
Part-time Animal Care Specialist
Duties include: Care, feeding and cleaning of shelter animals and their habitats.
Preferred skills: 6 months exp. in animal handling. Adherence to all safety rules/procedures and excellent customer service skills are a required. Recent animal shelter experience is highly desired! Scheduling will include working on a Saturday or Sunday.
Previous veterinary clinic experience preferred.
Part-time Staff Veterinarian
Spend the winter in Wyoming! Outdoor sports, hunting, home of the University of Wyoming Cowboys, and within driving distance to many Wyoming and Colorado
ski resorts and events.
The Cheyenne Animal Shelter, located in Cheyenne, WY, is accepting resumes for a future part-time Staff Veterinarian experienced in Shelter Medicine. Will consider new grads.
Work with the Medical Director and Veterinary Team (Cert. Vet Tech, Vet Assistants and Animal Care Specialist assigned to the Clinic) to develop and keep up-to-date written practices and protocols that maintain and improve the overall health of the animals under shelter care. Take all necessary steps to prevent the transmission of illness between shelter animals and staff. Will ensure that all practices and protocols are followed by shelter staff and volunteers.
Cheyenne Animal Shelter, annually assists between 5300 and 6000 homeless dogs, cats, and critters with whatever range of issues they come to us with. 95% live release rate for dogs, 69-74% live release rate for cats.
Staff Veterinarian will be responsible for ensuring all dogs, cats and rabbits are sterilized prior to adoption in a manner in accordance with the American Shelter Veterinarian Association Standard of Care. Responsible for diagnosis and treatment of injuries and illnesses that present or develop in animals under the care of the Cheyenne Animal Shelter.
Will participate in twice weekly Clinic staff meetings to discuss all pending animal issues and euthanasia needs.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills are a must. Please forward your CV or resume with a completed application to Cheyenne Animal Shelter, 800 Southwest Dr, Cheyenne, WY 82007. Attn: Human Resources. The Cheyenne Animal Shelter requires pre-employment drug screens.