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1. Farm Tour Guide Job in Arizona

Tourism/Travel, Geoscience

Location: Stanfield - This part - time fluctuating hours per week position is responsible for giving a guided tour (scripted tour messages...
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1 week ago Böda Club/Kallskänka Job in Sweden

Tourism/Travel, Entertainment/Gaming

Position: Böda Beach Club/Kallskänka - Location: Borgholm - vill du veta mer om oss är du välkommen till vår hem sida bodasand.se eller...

Böda Club/Kallskänka Job

Posted by Manpower
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4 days ago Kitchen Assistant Job in UK

Tourism/Travel

Location: Not Specified - We have an exciting opportunity for an enthusiastic and dedicated person who can inspire hope and bring about...

Kitchen Assistant Job

Posted by Corus Consultancy Limited
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over 2 months ago Federal Training Programs- College , College Graduates, High School Job in Sacramento - California

Customer Service/Help Desk, Outdoor/Pet/Nature

Position: Paid Federal Training Programs - College Students, New College Graduates, High School Students - Disaster Response....
Skills Needed: No skills or education required.

Federal Training Programs- College , College Graduates, High School Job

Posted by VIP NCCC
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4 weeks ago Veterinary Technician Job in Aurora - Colorado

Healthcare, Outdoor/Pet/Nature

Veterinary Technician - THRIVE Aurora - *** $500 Sign On Bonus *** - Do you want to just go to work every day? - Helping animals is your...
Skills Needed: * 2+ years experience, LVT/RVT/CVT preferred

* Good restraint skills

* Comfortable with anesthetic monitoring

* Solid blood draw, IV catheter placement, and injection abilities *Able to set-up and read in-house labs and cytologies

* Well organized

* Strong work ethic

* Good sense of humor *Team player

Veterinary Technician Job

Posted by Thrive Affordable Vet Care
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over 2 months ago Federal Training Programs- College , College Graduates, High School Job in San Diego - California

Customer Service/Help Desk, Outdoor/Pet/Nature

Position: Paid Federal Training Programs - College Students, New College Graduates, High School Students - Disaster Response....
Skills Needed: None.

Federal Training Programs- College , College Graduates, High School Job

Posted by VIP NCCC
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over one month ago Veterinarian Job in Apple Valley - California

Doctor/Physician, Outdoor/Pet/Nature

Job Title: Shelter Veterinarian - Organization: Victor Valley Animal Protective League - Reports to: Board of Directors -...
Skills Needed: QUALIFICATIONS and EXPERIENCE:
• Current license in the State of California in good standing at the time of hire to practice veterinary medicine (eligible to apply for CA license if currently out of state).
• Current DEA license.
• Must maintain licensure as a condition of continued employment.
• Maintenance of malpractice insurance with Victor Valley Animal Protective League as additional insured.
• Preferred - Two years’ experience in shelter medicine with high volume spay neuter experience.
• Must possess a valid California Driver License or able to acquire within one month of hire and must not have more than two at-fault incidents in a three-year period and no major at-fault violations in the last ten years, must be able to drive company vehicles, and must be insured.
• Preferred - Occasional treatment and assessment of farm and exotic animals, such as tortoises, rabbits, goats, pigs, horses, guinea pigs, and emus.
• Ability to work well within frenetic nature of shelter environment.
• Effective written and verbal communication skills.
• Proven organizational, time management, and planning skills required.
• Ability to communicate skillfully and effectively with a culturally diverse staff, volunteers, and community in a professional, pleasant, and respectful manner at all times.
• Maturity with ability to use good judgment and display a professional manner.
• Good analytical skills and ability to identify and access department issues/opportunities; enjoys problem solving within existing resources; does not rely on additional dollars to resolve problems.
• Ability to work in a nonprofit organization with Board of Directors oversight.
• Proficiency in computer skills.
• Track record of fostering a positive work environment. Be viewed as a motivator and leader.
• Experience in molding and developing staff into a cohesive team while holding individuals and work units accountable for their results.
• Ability to work effectively, both independently and in a team environment, in an atmosphere of multiple projects, shifting priorities, and deadlines. Ability to be flexible, detail oriented, and able to prioritize.
WORKING CONDITIONS
• Work takes place both indoors and outdoors with frequent exposure to temperature variations.
• Work environment includes constant exposure to animals and animal allergens.
• Will have regular contact with animals with varying degrees of domesticity and physical condition. (Will be expected to work around live and deceased animals.)
• Will work directly with animal wastes, potentially harmful cleaners and disinfectants, high noise, and potentially hazardous conditions, and unfavorable odors, including the risk of animal bites and zoonotic diseases.
• May be exposed to heights, such as step stools or ladders.
• Repeated/prolonged exposure to medical instruments, bodily excretions, and chemicals used for surgery and for cleaning.
• Must always employ basic safety standards. Will have access to, and be required to use, protective equipment such as boots, gloves, protective eye and ear wear, etc.
PHYSICAL DEMANDS
• Must be able to move, restrain, guide, or manage an animal weighing up to 150 lbs. on a leash and under the effect of anesthesia.
• Must be able to stay standing or active during entire shift and be able to lift a minimum of 50 lbs. with or without assistance.
• Work performed requires lifting, bending, stooping, pushing, and other strenuous activities, as well as detail-oriented small motor tasks.
• Good hand-eye coordination is required, as well as arm-hand-finger dexterity with the ability to grasp and the visual acuity to use a keyboard and operate equipment.
• Specific vision ability required includes close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus.
• Occasional exposure to anesthesia, biological hazards, and medication/controlled substances occurs.
• Applicant may be required to take a physical examination paid for by Victor Valley Animal Protective League prior to the start of work activities.
• Sit for long periods of time while using a computer.
• Repetitively use hands to type on a computer keyboard and us a computer mouse for short periods of time.
EMPLOYMENT TESTING:
• Employment is contingent on passing post-offer, pre-employment background investigation, including, but not limited to, criminal, previous employment, reference, education, and drug and alcohol testing.
WORK LOCATION:
• Victor Valley Animal Protective League and special off-site clinic events.
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