The McKamey Animal Care and Adoption Center is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, age, disability, sexual orientation, Vietnam-era or disabled veteran status in its employment programs and policies.
Thank you for your interest in a career with MAC.
Are you dedicated to the belief that animals are entitled to kind and respectful treatment? At MAC you will be joining a team of dedicated people working together to ensure that animals are valued, protected and free from cruelty, pain and suffering. We are always looking for individuals who are dedicated to fulfilling our mission of "Saving Animals. Helping People."
Please submit your resume with cover letter to:
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CAREER OPPORTUNITIES AVAILABLE
McKamey Animal Center’s Veterinary Receptionist serves as the main point of contact between MAC’s in-house veterinary team, which performs thousands of spay/neuter and other surgeries each year, and the general public, providing the highest possible standards of customer care and ensuring that patient needs are met. The Receptionist responds promptly and courteously to telephone, email and text inquiries about clinic services; sets patient appointments; performs patient check-in and discharge services; supports and organizes on- and...more
Our Clinic Veterinary Technicians and Assistants support the comfort and well-being of animals receiving medical care at McKamey Animal Center and assist with all daily activities of the MAC’s in-house veterinary clinic. The successful applicant will participate in all daily MAC veterinary clinic operations, including spay/neuter surgeries, TNR, diagnosis/treatment of ill or injured animals, check-in/check-out of surgical patients, making appointments, support of community vaccine/microchip clinics and more. While the majority of clinic...more
Under the immediate supervision of the Director of Animal Services this position provides telephone/radio communication services to the community and animal service officers regarding animal control within the city limits of Chattanooga.
Answer incoming calls promptly, courteously and professionally.
Process multiple phone calls simultaneously.
Maintain a pleasant, professional attitude with customers and co-workers.
Rapidly gather information and data that is needed...
Intake Specialists are responsible for providing high quality animal intake and referral services to assist members of the public looking to rehome their own pet or reunite a lost pet. This position supports MAC’s population management goals by providing humane intake diversion options for animals that do not need shelter intake and following all applicable MAC intake policies and procedures for those that do. Successful candidates must have both a love of animals and compassion for humans!
SALARY AND SCHEDULE...more
McKamey Animal Center Animal Services Officers are the face of progressive, humane law enforcement in the communities we serve. Officers are responsible for enforcement of state and local animal welfare laws and ordinances, protecting the public from dangerous animals, providing support and resources to pet owners, and assisting animals in need. To be successful in this position, candidates must have strong animal handling skills, the ability to exercise good judgment when dealing with animals and people, a passion for animal welfare and caretaking, and compassion not...more
The Animal Placements Specialist is responsible for helping to find wonderful new homes for MAC animals, primarily through our adoptions program but also through foster care, transfer partnerships, and other lifesaving approaches. Under the direction of the Animal Placements Supervisor, this position is responsible for working collaboratively with staff, volunteers and the general public, ensuring non-judgmental customer service excellence and the highest standards of animal care and welfare. Both a love of animals and compassion for humans are essential!...more
Our Animal Care Specialist work within a team setting to oversee the health, well being, and general care of Center animals. Responsible for maintaining a safe and sanitary facility for animals and people while providing humane handling and care for all Center animals on a daily basis.
Education/Experience: High school diploma is required. Interest in animal care and welfare. An outlook that is energetic, upbeat and positive.