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Animal Technician I - Animal Resources Center

Min Qualifications High school or equivalent and one year of laboratory animal experience. JOB DESCRIPTION: To provide for the skilled care of laboratory animals in a humane, safe and sanitary manner using appropriate equipment and established procedures. Specific Job Related Duties

  • Performs routine duties associated with cage washing, sanitation and preparation for use in animal research facilities including cage prep, assembly, monitoring equipment for proper function and maintaining sanitary conditions.

  • Monitors and processes caging requests on a daily basis to ensure the completion and quality assurance of each order.

  • Assist in the coordination and scheduling of complex caging ordering requirements between animal facilities.

  • Acts as a mentor to new staff.

  • Maintains records associated with cage wash operations.

  • Feeds and waters animals as needed.

  • Sanitizes rooms, equipment and hallways as assigned.

  • Observes animals for behavior change and/or evidence of disease and notifies staff as appropriate as needed.

  • Provides routine treatment for common disease problems and performs animal identification tasks using established methods as needed.

  • Attends in-house training programs to become more knowledgeable in the field of laboratory animal science.

  • Adheres to internal controls established for department.

  • Feeds and waters animals as specified.

  • Performs daily census of animals.

  • Changes animal caging as scheduled sanitizes rooms, equipment and hallways as assigned.

  • Assists in the maintenance of animal records.

  • Observes animals for behavior change and/or evidence of disease and notifies staff as appropriate.

  • Provides routine treatment for common disease problems and performs animal identification tasks using established methods.

  • Assists in the operation of and the record keeping for breeding colonies.

  • Attends in-house training programs to become more knowledgeable in the field of laboratory animal science.

  • Adheres to internal controls established for department.

WORKING ENVIRONMENT: * Standard animal resources environment. Must not be allergic to animal dander, or have immunodeficiency diseases. Pregnancy may become a personnel safety factor in some laboratory animal science duties. Potential exposure to radiation and biohazards. Closing Statement #rsrch Equal Employment Opportunity UTMB Health strives to provide equal opportunity employment without regard to race, color, national origin, sex, age, religion, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, genetic information or veteran status. As a VEVRAA Federal Contractor, UTMB Health takes affirmative action to hire and advance women, minorities, protected veterans and individuals with disabilities.

Full/Part Time: Full-Time Regular/Temporary: Regular Job Title: Animal Technician I - Animal Resources Center Job ID: 53939 Location: Galveston Business Unit: RSRCH


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Animal Care Technician 2

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Job Summary: The Animal Care Technician 2 completes more complex animal caretaking duties & begins to specialize in the care of individual species. This role completes cage wash activities as requested by Group Leader or their designee. All actions are completed by strictly & consistently following applicable CCM SOPs including safety procedures & guidelines. Reports any suspected or actual deviations to SOPs or non-routine situations immediately to Group Leader or their designee. Arrives, leaves & takes breaks at work as scheduled. OR Strictly adheres to CCM attendance policy.

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  • Must be able to negotiate up to a 65 lb force (push/pull) on an occasional basis. Lifting is limited to 50 lbs occasionally and 25 lbs frequently.Must be able to work staggered shift schedule, overtime, weekends, and holidays as required.

  • Must successfully maintain physical condition that will assure efficient performance of tasks, including successful completion of physical examination.This position requires the individual to be available to work on both the Chicago and Evanston campuses as coverage needs dictate.

  • Must be enrolled in the university’s occupational health program which entails filling out a health questionnaire.The health questionnarie is submitted to the university’s occupational health provider for review.Must be willing to undergo job-related background check.

Specific Responsibilities: *According to CCM SOPs:

  • Cleans & sterilizes cages, equipment, supplies, rooms (primary and secondary enclosures), etc.

  • Prepares refused for disposal or incineration.

*According to CCM SOPs completes more complex animal caretaking duties and begins to specialize in the care of individual species:

  • Changes cages, equipment, supplies, & rooms

  • Feeds & waters animals according to their prescribed diets.

  • Observes animals regularly during the day, noting & reporting any variances in eating, drinking or deviation from normal habits, to include obvious health issues with behavior, skin conditions, etc. & more subtle possible issues involving physiological & or psychological health.

  • Observes, documents, & reports changes in environmental parameters (i.e., temperature, humidity, lighting, etc.).

  • Conducts census counts.

  • May administer oral &/or topical medications.

  • May administer injections

  • Euthanizes animals according to CCM policy.

  • Assists in organizing feed, bedding & dry supplies in storage facilities.

*According to CCM SOPs:

  • Houses incoming animals.

  • Receive &/or delivers animal transfers.

  • Ensures accuracy of transfer delivery documentation.

  • May drive van to transfer animals.

  • Completes animal caretaking check-lists, logs & documentation accurately & within appropriate time-frames.

  • Completes animal caretaking check-lists, logs & documentation accurately & within appropriate time-frames.

  • Notifies lead if available or management of malfunctioning equipment; may document problem.

  • May train junior level Animal Care Technicians & or investigator staff. Attends CCM sponsored training sessions, OJT's, specie specific identification & treatment sessions, etc.Cross trains in animal caretaking duties of all currently housed species.

  • Performs other duties as assigned.*

Minimum Qualifications: * A high school diploma or its equivalent is required along with a minimum of 2 years animal husbandry or equivalent experience. * AAALAS certified ALAT * Valid state drivers license if driving animal transport van.

*As per Northwestern University policy, this position requires a criminal background check. Successful applicants will need to submit to a criminal background check prior to employment.

  • Northwestern University is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employer of all protected classes, including veterans and individuals with disabilities. Women, racial and ethnic minorities, individuals with disabilities, and veterans are encouraged to apply. Hiring is contingent upon eligibility to work in the United States.

Department Marketing Statement


Job Summary: The Animal Care Technician 2 completes more complex animal caretaking duties & begins to specialize in the care of individual species. This role completes cage wash activities as requested by Group Leader or their designee. All actions are completed by strictly & consistently following applicable CCM SOPs including safety procedures & guidelines. Reports any suspected or actual deviations to SOPs or non-routine situations immediately to Group Leader or their designee. Arrives, leaves & takes breaks at work as scheduled. OR Strictly adheres to CCM attendance policy.

*Please Note:

  • Must be able to negotiate up to a 65 lb force (push/pull) on an occasional basis. Lifting is limited to 50 lbs occasionally and 25 lbs frequently.Must be able to work staggered shift schedule, overtime, weekends, and holidays as required.

  • Must successfully maintain physical condition that will assure efficient performance of tasks, including successful completion of physical examination.This position requires the individual to be available to work on both the Chicago and Evanston campuses as coverage needs dictate.

  • Must be enrolled in the university’s occupational health program which entails filling out a health questionnaire.The health questionnarie is submitted to the university’s occupational health provider for review.Must be willing to undergo job-related background check.

Specific Responsibilities: *According to CCM SOPs:

  • Cleans & sterilizes cages, equipment, supplies, rooms (primary and secondary enclosures), etc.

  • Prepares refused for disposal or incineration.

*According to CCM SOPs completes more complex animal caretaking duties and begins to specialize in the care of individual species:

  • Changes cages, equipment, supplies, & rooms

  • Feeds & waters animals according to their prescribed diets.

  • Observes animals regularly during the day, noting & reporting any variances in eating, drinking or deviation from normal habits, to include obvious health issues with behavior, skin conditions, etc. & more subtle possible issues involving physiological & or psychological health.

  • Observes, documents, & reports changes in environmental parameters (i.e., temperature, humidity, lighting, etc.).

  • Conducts census counts.

  • May administer oral &/or topical medications.

  • May administer injections

  • Euthanizes animals according to CCM policy.

  • Assists in organizing feed, bedding & dry supplies in storage facilities.

*According to CCM SOPs:

  • Houses incoming animals.

  • Receive &/or delivers animal transfers.

  • Ensures accuracy of transfer delivery documentation.

  • May drive van to transfer animals.

  • Completes animal caretaking check-lists, logs & documentation accurately & within appropriate time-frames.

  • Completes animal caretaking check-lists, logs & documentation accurately & within appropriate time-frames.

  • Notifies lead if available or management of malfunctioning equipment; may document problem.

  • May train junior level Animal Care Technicians & or investigator staff. Attends CCM sponsored training sessions, OJT's, specie specific identification & treatment sessions, etc.Cross trains in animal caretaking duties of all currently housed species.

  • Performs other duties as assigned.*

Minimum Qualifications: * A high school diploma or its equivalent is required along with a minimum of 2 years animal husbandry or equivalent experience. * AAALAS certified ALAT * Valid state drivers license if driving animal transport van.

*As per Northwestern University policy, this position requires a criminal background check. Successful applicants will need to submit to a criminal background check prior to employment.

  • Northwestern University is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employer of all protected classes, including veterans and individuals with disabilities. Women, racial and ethnic minorities, individuals with disabilities, and veterans are encouraged to apply. Hiring is contingent upon eligibility to work in the United States.

Regular/Temporary: Regular Job ID: 31947 Full/Part Time: Full-Time Location: Chicago, Illinois Job Title: Animal Care Technician 2


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Animal Health Assistant, Nf-3

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Note to applicants: Please include name and contact information for at least two (2) professional references in your resume and/or DA Form 3433application when applying for jobs. Become a part of the Army's Global Veterinary Medical Practice (GVMP) - A challenging yet rewarding employment opportunity!

The GVMP operates veterinary treatment facilities (VTFs) on most military installations for the Army, Navy, Marines, and Air Force. Your work will be dedicated to pet health within the military community and in support of the United States Army Medical Command. Animal Health is an integral part of the Army's public health mission and touches the lives of Department of Defense (DoD) personnel, military members, and their families.

GVMP employees work closely with both Military Veterinary Medical Officers and civilian Veterinarians to provide quality healthcare to privately owned animals and deliver the highest level of customer service while adhering to federal and state guidelines and regulations. Due to this organization's unique mission, GVMP relies heavily on a motivated and dedicated workforce. We strive to deliver quality care by placing importance on maintaining a diverse team of multi-disciplinary professionals.

This position is located at DYESS Air Force Base Veterinary Treatment Facility. The Area of Consideration for this vacancy announcement is the commuting area of DYESS Air Force Base. (Military Spouse Preference (MSP) and Involuntarily Separated Military Preference (ISMP) Preference eligible candidates are included in the area of consideration.) Learn more about this agency


Responsibilities May assist veterinarian to prepare for and during surgical procedures


, to include preparing surgery packs, scalpel blades, and suture material, monitoring a patient using an anesthetic machine. May serve as scrubbed surgical assistant.

Continuously informs medical staff of the changes in general condition of patient during surgical procedures. Prepares and administers vaccinations, oral and topical medications to patient as prescribed by the veterinarian. Prepares and dispenses prescription medication according to veterinarian instructions.

Applies knowledge of common topics to assist clients in solving common husbandry problems. Applies knowledge of preventive care, disease prevention, lifestyle risks, and veterinary care to provide individualized wellness counseling to clients. Assist the facility in obtaining local credentialing for surgical, anesthetic, dental, and diagnostic procedures as required by the patient load and manning of the clinic. May provide training to lower level staff.


Travel Required Not required


Supervisory status No


Promotion Potential


3 ### Who May Apply


This job is open to


… US Citizens and Eligible Non-Citizens Questions? This job is open to 1 group. * #### Job family (Series) 0704 Animal Health Technician


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Conditions of Employment

  • Direct Deposit and Social Security Card is required

  • Meet qualification/eligibility/background requirements for this position

  • Satisfactorily complete an employment verification (E-Verify) check * A one year probationary period may be required Conditions of Employment: 1. If selected, a completed and signed copy of our job application form (DA Form 3433) is required prior to entrance on duty. (Click here to view form). 2. Ability to work occasional Saturdays for special events


    1. A one-year probationary period may be required. 4. Meet all qualification/eligibility requirements. 5.

      Satisfactorily complete an employment verification (E-VERIFY) check. 6. Appointment is subject to completion of a favorable background checks checks to include a Tier 1 or higher investigation if required depending by location. 7. Satisfactorily complete a physical examination (to include all mandated immunizations to work in a veterinary environment) prior to entrance on duty. 8.

      Valid social security card and photo ID are required prior to entrance on duty. 9. Must not have an aversion to animals, blood, bodily fluids, animal tissues, strong odors, needles, or sharp instruments. 10. Physical Requirements (applicable to all levels): Ability to lift animals and supplies up to 40 pounds, and on occasion greater than 40 pounds with the help of others.

      Long periods of standing, restraining, kneeling, and reaching, etc. NOTE: Applicants have the ability to perform an E-Verify Self Check to confirm employment eligibility at http://www.uscis.gov/mye-verify/self-check. Although a Self-Check is not mandatory, it can be a useful tool for applicants to find out if there is a problem with their employment eligibility records and resolve any issues before taking a job.

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Animal Health Aid (Developmental), NF-01: * Proficiency in oral and written communication skills in the English language. Experience dealing with the general public (which can include babysitting, newspaper delivery, Girl/Boy scouts etc.). For more information please see PD #20211 (Please click here to view). Animal Health Assistant (Developmental), NF-02: * Work experience that demonstrates the ability to perform the above duties which could have been gained at a pet store, farm work, animal shelter etc.

Basic requirements include knowledge of approved restraint techniques of animals in accordance with the guidelines of the AVMA - American Veterinary Medical Association or equivalent (e.g. VMSB - Veterinary Medical Standardization Board etc.); and knowledge of proper vaccines and syringe handling. Best Qualified:

Candidates that possess demonstrated experience including proficiency in basic medical terminology; application of appropriate restraint techniques to perform a variety of routine medical and diagnostic procedures (to include proper radiological techniques); proficiency in recording medical history and treatment in ccSOAP (Chief Complaint Subjective Objective Assessment Plan); explains product information and/or treatment plan to clients as directed by the Veterinarian. For more information please see PD #20210 (Please click here to view). Animal Health Assistant (Full Performance), NF-03: * A minimum of six (6) months demonstrated experience directly related to the duties required in the position that must have been gained through practical application in a Veterinary Medical setting and which demonstrates the knowledge, clinical skills, and abilities essential to perform successfully in accordance with the guidelines of the AVMA - American Veterinary Medical Association or equivalent (e.g. VMSB - Veterinary Medical Standardization Board etc.). Demonstrated experience include: proficiency in basic medical terminology; utilizes correct sterile techniques; apply appropriate restraint techniques to perform a variety of routine medical and diagnostic procedures (to include proper radiological techniques); proficiency in recording medical history and treatment in ccSOAP (Chief Complaint Subjective Objective Assessment Plan); explains product information and/or treatment plan to clients as directed by the Veterinarian; determine preventive wellness plan to include required medical treatments and vaccinations requirements based on patient medical history; utilize in-house laboratory equipment to perform diagnostics tests; conduct routine maintenance on in-house laboratory equipment; completes lab request form for reference laboratories; prepares samples for shipment to outside laboratories.

Best Qualified: Possess or have the ability to reactivate/obtain a registration, license, or certification as a veterinary assistant or higher through an accredited program (e.g. as identified on the www.NAVTA.net website Possess basic supply management experience which includes: ordering supplies, maintaining sufficient stock levels, completing monthly inventory counts and documenting expiration dates of in stock medications and vaccines. For more information please see PD# 20209 (Please click here to view). ### Education


Additional information Work schedule to be determined after hire


. Payment of Permanent Change of Station (PCS) costs is not authorized, based on a determination that a PCS move is not in the Government interest. Please read our Applicant Information Kit to view additional information you may find useful when applying for our jobs. Read more


How You Will Be Evaluated You will be evaluated for this job based on how well you meet the qualifications above


. Your qualifications will be evaluated on the following competencies: Minimum Qualifications, Conditions of Employment, Physical Requirement, Best Qualified Criteria and Integrity Certification.Qualified Preference-eligible candidates (e.g.

Military Spouse Preference, Involuntarily Separated Military Preference) meeting the Best Qualified criteria will be referred to management first. If an additional list is required, Non-Preference Eligible Candidates who meet the minimum qualifications and meeting the Best Qualified criteria will be referred to management. Lastly, if no selection was made off of the previous lists, management may make selections for candidates meeting the minimum qualifications only NOTE:

Candidates meeting the full performance level (in line with above ranking/rating criteria) will be referred to the Selecting Official first. Based on available candidate pool, qualified candidates meeting the NF-02 criteria will be referred (due to lack of full performance eligible candidates) thereafter, then candidates meeting the NF-01 criteria as appropriate. Read more


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Security clearance Not Applicable

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Required Documents The following documents must be submitted with your application:

  • Resume ~ Optional: Our Job Application (DA Form 3433) will accepted in place of a Resume The below items are accepted and may be needed to support a qualification and/or a claimed priority/preference:

  • Cover Letter * DD-214 * DA Form 3433. DA Form 3434, Marriage Certificate and Spouse PCS Orders, ISMP Card for Involuntarily Separated Military Personnel

  • Resume * SF-50 * Transcript ~ #### If you are relying on your education to meet qualification requirements: Education must be accredited by an accrediting institution recognized by the U.S.

    Department of Education in order for it to be credited towards qualifications. Therefore, provide only the attendance and/or degrees from schools accredited by accrediting institutions recognized by the U.S.

    Department of Education. Failure to provide all of the required information as stated in this vacancy announcement may result in an ineligible rating or may affect the overall rating.

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.S. Government provides employees with a comprehensive benefits package. As a federal employee, you and your family will have access to a range of benefits that are designed to make your federal career very rewarding.

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  • Healthcare insurance

  • Pay and leave http://www.armycivilianservice.com/JOA/NAFApplicantInformationKit.pdf Eligibility for benefits depends on the type of position you hold and whether your position is full-time, part-time, or intermittent. Contact the hiring agency for more information on the specific benefits offered.

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How to Apply You may submit your application package using one of the two methods identified below:


Electronically (preferred) at https://www.usajobs.gov/ and search for Vacancy Identification Number (VIN)10048972~ Manually: A manual application can be obtained by contacting the servicing NAF Human Resources Office listed on this vacancy announcement.

If you would like to apply manually, please contact the servicing NAF Human Resources (HRO) listed on this job announcement to request a copy of the manual application form. All completed manual application forms (along with resume and other supporting documentation) must be received no later than 4:00pm EST (Monday

  • Thursday) or 3:00pm EST (Friday) on the closing date of this announcement in order to process your application in a timely manner. Neglecting to respond to the job related questions will result in an ineligible rating. Read more

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Open & closing dates: 09/12/2017 to 09/26/2017 Salary: $7.25 to $14.50 per hour NF-1 $7.25-$9.00, NF-2 $9.34-$11.50, NF-3 $13.12-$14.50 Pay scale & grade: NF 1

  • 3 Work schedule: Intermittent Appointment type: Intermittent

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Animal Control Officer

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: The Cambridge Animal Commission facilitates programs for animal control and welfare in the city and maintains Cambridge as a safe environment for people, pets and other animals, through an educational and enforcement approach. Within twelve (12) months of hire, must complete training required per MGL Chapter 140, Sec 151C. Regular duties include but are not limited to the following:

  • Enforces state laws and City ordinances pertaining to animals; including issuing violation notices as needed

  • Rescues and transports healthy, injured and/or sick domestic pets and wildlife; including citizen requests for services regarding animal bites, loose animals, barking or dangerous dogs, and injured animals.

  • Ensures that proper care and attention is provided to all animals in the Cambridge Animal Commission's custody

  • Licenses all dogs in the City of Cambridge

  • Follows animal control adoption policies for unwanted animals.

  • Appears in court for Clerk Magistrate's hearings and/or trials.

  • Prepares and writes reports relative to incidents or enforcement issues

  • Investigates disputes involving animals (domestic or wild).

  • Maintains relationships with other public service organizations, municipal governments and the community in relation to the Animal Commission's responsibilities and objectives

  • Performs related duties as required

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: * High School Diploma or equivalent required, Associate Degree in Animal Science or related field desirable, Completion of Animal Control Officers of Massachusetts Core Competencies course desirable

  • Minimum of one year in animal welfare/control, must have knowledge of animal capture and handling techniques

  • Valid driver's license required

  • Demonstrated knowledge of MS Word, Excel and Access and the ability to understand programs that already exist in the Animal Commission office

  • Knowledge of and interest in the human treatment of animals and euthanasia of sick, unwanted, injured or unclaimed animals

  • Demonstrated skill in animal health care and first aid treatment of injured and diseased animals

  • Knowledge and interest in the enforcement of animal control/cruelty laws

  • Demonstrated effective interpersonal communication and strong mediation skills, maturity of judgment and capacity to perform under pressure and in emergencies PHYSICAL DEMANDS/WORK ENVIRONMENT: * Combination of indoor office and outside work environment with exposure to all weather conditions at all times of year

  • Repetitive lifting between 10 - 150 lbs. climbing, bending, crawling, squatting, stretching, pushing and pulling

  • Ability to climb a ladder

  • Will frequently use animal control equipment that will require quick moving motions to keep an animal controlled and placed in a cage or kennel Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential functions.

APPLICATION PROCEDURE: Internal applicants submit a job bidding form and

2 copies of both your resume and letter of interest; external applicants submit both your resume and letter of interest

by 5pm on the closing date via email to: employment@cambridgema.gov or to Personnel Dept, Room 309, City Hall, 795 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge MA 02139. Fax 617-349-4312 THE CITY OF CAMBRIDGE IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY/AFFIRMATIVE ACTION EMPLOYER. WOMEN, MINORITIES, VETERANS, AND PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES ARE STRONGLY ENCOURAGED TO APPLY. CITY OF CAMBRIDGE RESIDENTS ESPECIALLY ARE ENCOURAGED TO APPLY.Department: Animal Commission Job Title: Animal Control Officer Job Code: A209-703 Civil Service Position: Subject to Civil Service rules and regulations Union Affiliation: None Hours Per Week: 40 hours per week, Tuesday – Friday 10:30 A.M. – 7:00 PM, Saturday 7:30 A.M. – 4:00 P.M. Must be available outside of normal hours on a regular basis to address operational needs, off hours incidents and events POSTING DATE: August 14, 2017 CLOSING DATE: September 19, 2017 RATE: $20.10-$30.65 per hour plus excellent benefits


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Animal Control Officer

Animal Control Officer Print Apply Animal Control Officer Salary $34,632.00 Annually Location Animal Care and Control, IN Job Type Full Time Department Animal Care and Control Job Number 03940 + Description

  • Benefits + Questions Position Summary In this position, the incumbent will respond to citizen requests for service and/or complaints regarding animals. The position requires the apprehension and impoundment of animals that are at large or being kept in violation of municipal code.

    The incumbent in this position will investigate animal bites and/or attacks, care and treatment violations, and dog fighting cases. This position must issue summons and citations to residents of Indianapolis/Marion County for violations of State law and the Indianapolis Municipal Code and will testify in a court of law on behalf of the Division of Animal Care and Control. Incumbents will also provide assistance to other branches of local law enforcement as needed.

    Position Responsibilities Ability to effectively address hostile situations involving citizens Ability to handle all types of animals, including stray animals, animals with aggressive temperaments, and vicious animals. Maintains daily records of each animal impounded (e.g., tags, location, description, etc.) to ensure that impounded animals are returned to rightful owner. Patrols assigned district for animals that are in violation of Indianapolis Municipal Code and state laws.

    Investigates all assigned animal related incidents/complaints and provides follow-up on reports of animal bites and attacks. Maintains confidentiality when necessary regarding animal investigations. Issues citations and court summons regarding violations of local or state law involving animals and provides testimony in court.

    Maintains a daily activity log, including the time assignments are received and completed, records out of service time, and any individual initiated incidents that arise in the field. Inspects pet shops, kennels, breeders, and special events for licensing and suitable conditions for animals. Euthanizes animals and when necessary prepares a specimen for the State Board of Health for rabies testing.

    Performs a variety of police-community relation functions and reports suspicious activity to Supervisor or Dispatcher. Provides general assistance to the public and works with individuals throughout other Division(s) and/or Department(s), including the Indianapolis Police Department, Marion County Sheriff's Department, Court and Criminal Justice System, and the Health Department. Maintains assigned vehicle in a clean and sanitary condition and ensures proper working condition on a daily basis.

    Maintains and is responsible for uniform(s), weapons, tools, and equipment supplies (bolt cutters, tranquilizer, dog/cat stick, dog/cat cage, stretcher, darts, guns, etc) while following all job site safety regulations. This list of duties and responsibilities is not intended to be all-inclusive and may be expanded to include other duties or responsibilities that management may deem necessary from time to time. Qualifications High school diploma and /or GED.

    Successfully complete a pre-employment physical/agility test, drug screen, background check, and a written aptitude/psychological test. One (1) year prior law enforcement experience (i.e., law enforcement, traffic enforcement, security, public safety, corrections, and criminal justice) and/or one (1) year of animal-related experience as a Veterinarian Technician, Kennel Attendant, or in a related area. Must be at least 21 years old and possess a valid Indiana driver's license with a good driving record.

    Ablility to drive a 1-ton van and pass driving and physical examination and possess ability and physical strength to handle, control, and load animals in excess of 50 pounds. Must be qualified to receive and maintain special police and deputy sheriff powers, including the successful completion of any necessary training. Must have or be able to attain NACA (National Animal Control Association) certification upon employment.

    Must not have been dishonorably discharged from the military. Must obtain and maintain IDACS (Indiana Data and Communication System) certification. Incumbent must possess the ability to learn and apply applicable criminal and civil laws and evidence processing techniques.

    Must be knowledgeable in community relations, law enforcement, investigative procedures, and interview techniques.

    Must be knowledgeable in law enforcement information systems (IDACS/NCIC, JUSTIS, Tiburon), city geographies, police report writing, police radio procedures, codes, and skill in operation of issued equipment and weapons (e.g., tranquilizer gun, chemical spray, etc.) Must have keen computer skills in all systems reflected above and including EXCEL, Word, etc. Must possess and demonstrate a high degree of organizational, planning, and problem solving skills.

    Must possess and demonstrate the ability to communicate effectively whether verbal and/or in written form and effectively present court testimony. Possess the ability to hear, visual acuteness, and mobile use of hands, feet, etc. Independent Judgment Independent judgment is essential for this position to prioritize assignments and activities.

    While actions are dictated in part by established policies and procedures, civil/criminal laws and, Indianapolis Municipal Code – the work is generally performed independently and supervisory assistance is available when necessary and/or needed. Work is reviewed on a spot check basis and generally upon completion of an assignment by a supervisor who has given the incumbent general/detailed instructions. Errors in actions or judgment could have a significant impact on the Department of Business and Neighborhood Services, other law enforcement agencies, and the citizens of Indianapolis. A high degree of independent judgment is required as related to the responsible use of assigned equipment.

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Animal Care Provider

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Job Summary

This position must be able to provide professional, efficient and exceptional service at all times.
Possess computer aptitudes that enable applicant to quickly learn a mostly paperless hospital system.
Ability to multi-task with strong written and verbal communication skills.
Perform procedures including but not limited to: placing IV catheters, inducing anesthesia, intubating patients, preparing pets for procedures, monitoring hospitalized and surgical patients, administering injections and medications, running lab work, drawing blood, etc.

Further duties include:

Educate clients, maintain proper and complete medical charts, and maintain clean, sterile and organized treatment areas, exam rooms, and labs.

Minimum of one year experience preferred but will train the right individual.
Our employment package is commensurate on experience and includes a generous salary and benefits such as paid time off, uniform allowance, retirement program, and discounted medical care for employee pets commensurate .
If you are ambitious, friendly, adventurous and enthusiastic about veterinary medicine we want to hear from you.

Our team of electrical engineers performs a wide array of investigations ranging from electric power systems to semiconductor devices. We operate laboratories for testing both heavy equipment and light electronic equipment. Our scope of work includes the traditional electric power and electric energy systems, as well as electronic components and systems that are the foundation for our computer, instrumentation, control, and communications systems.


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Animal Care Aide

Drawing upon the extensive regional and functional expertise of Eurasia Group's analysts, the Government Services group delivers innovative products and mission-focused analysis to agencies operating in today's dynamic and unpredictable geopolitical landscape. From forecasting and scenario analysis to focused research efforts, we provide unbiased and responsive products to decision-makers across the globe.

Job Summary:

Under direct supervision, performs daily health monitoring, clinical care, surgical support and enrichment for laboratory animals.

Must be able to lift 20 to 25 lbs. Must be able to work staggered shift schedule, overtime, weekends and holidays as required.

Must be able to read, write and comprehend English in order to read signage and to read and update animal health records. Work space may be small, non-private, and close to other work stations where noise level can be high.

Specific Responsibilities:

Performs daily rounds under the direct supervision of the clinical veterinarians or Animal Health Techincian, Leads to triage new animal health reports and monitor ongoing clinical cases. Communicates with veterinary staff and laboratory personnel to notify and update regarding the status of clinical cases. Performs physical examinations and treatments as deemed necessary by the clinical veterinarians;
Assists the clinical veterinarians or other qualified individuals with surgical procedures. Prepares sterile instrument packs and prepares surgical suite animals for asceptic surgery. Under the direction of the clinical veterinarians, AHT Sr or Lead, administers anesthetic agents, intravenous fluids and monitors anesthesia and post surgical recovery;
Ensures that environmental and social enrichment is provided to the laboratory animals.
Dispenses non-controlled drugs and supplies from the CCM pharmacy to laboratory personnel. Performs periodic inventories of drugs, supplies, assay kits and instruments. Prepares and submits animals or specimens (blood, tissue, feces) for testing at diagnostic laboratories as determined necessary by the clinical veterinarians;
Maintains and monitors various reports and records including animal health records, activity reports and enrichment logs. Participates in the training of animal care staff, laboratory personnel and interns in proper animal restraint, barrier technique and asepsis;
Remains current with all regulations pertaining to laboratory animals including the Guide, Animal Welfare Act, etc. Participates in various staff meetings, staff training and continuing professional education. Becomes familiar with relevant Animal Study Protocols and meets with investigators and laboratory personnel to discuss research needs and animal health concerns;
Performs other duties as assigned.

Minimum Qualifications:

One year of experience as a veterinary assistant or technician in a veterinary medical facility, research facility or diagnostic laboratory or the equivalent combination of education, training and experience where the required knowledge, skills and abilities are acquired.

Primary Services

?Direct advisory services: We provide actionable, real-time analysis tailored to client requirements through custom publications, briefings, and workshops.

?Consultative research: We deliver analytic solutions through our country-specific, regional, and transnational research programs, risk assessments, long-range forecasting, and scenario analysis.

?Analytic design: We develop comparative methodologies and analytic frameworks to assist clients in impact evaluation, risk modeling, and strategic planning.

?Games and exercises: Through war games and table top exercises, we provide a creative means for clients to attack challenges, explore unintended consequences, formulate strategy, and build consensus among stakeholders.



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We are guided by our basic core values: integrity and professionalism, passion for work, and essential modesty. This “essential modesty” is the heart of who Establish is. It means we have the competence and determination to lead and steer projects, but we never underestimate the importance of listening to our clients and making sure we understand one another.

Job Summary:

Under direct supervision, performs daily health monitoring, clinical care, surgical support and enrichment for laboratory animals.

Must be able to lift 20 to 25 lbs. Must be able to work staggered shift schedule, overtime, weekends and holidays as required.

Must be able to read, write and comprehend English in order to read signage and to read and update animal health records. Work space may be small, non-private, and close to other work stations where noise level can be high.

Specific Responsibilities:

Performs daily rounds under the direct supervision of the clinical veterinarians or Animal Health Techincian, Leads to triage new animal health reports and monitor ongoing clinical cases. Communicates with veterinary staff and laboratory personnel to notify and update regarding the status of clinical cases. Performs physical examinations and treatments as deemed necessary by the clinical veterinarians;
Assists the clinical veterinarians or other qualified individuals with surgical procedures. Prepares sterile instrument packs and prepares surgical suite animals for asceptic surgery. Under the direction of the clinical veterinarians, AHT Sr or Lead, administers anesthetic agents, intravenous fluids and monitors anesthesia and post surgical recovery;
Ensures that environmental and social enrichment is provided to the laboratory animals.
Dispenses non-controlled drugs and supplies from the CCM pharmacy to laboratory personnel. Performs periodic inventories of drugs, supplies, assay kits and instruments. Prepares and submits animals or specimens (blood, tissue, feces) for testing at diagnostic laboratories as determined necessary by the clinical veterinarians;
Maintains and monitors various reports and records including animal health records, activity reports and enrichment logs. Participates in the training of animal care staff, laboratory personnel and interns in proper animal restraint, barrier technique and asepsis;
Remains current with all regulations pertaining to laboratory animals including the Guide, Animal Welfare Act, etc. Participates in various staff meetings, staff training and continuing professional education. Becomes familiar with relevant Animal Study Protocols and meets with investigators and laboratory personnel to discuss research needs and animal health concerns;
Performs other duties as assigned.

Minimum Qualifications:

One year of experience as a veterinary assistant or technician in a veterinary medical facility, research facility or diagnostic laboratory or the equivalent combination of education, training and experience where the required knowledge, skills and abilities are acquired.

Our Committment

We will serve our clients with honesty, integrity, competence, and objectivity.
We will keep client information and records of client engagements confidential and will use proprietary client information only with the client’s permission.
We will not take advantage of confidential client information for ourselves or our firms.
We will not allow conflicts of interest which provide a competitive advantage to one client through our use of confidential information from another client who is a direct competitor without that competitor’s permission.



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Animal Care Aide

To apply for a position at our Company, please submit your cover letter, resume, and salary history/expectations (plain text, Microsoft Word, or PDF only) with the job title in the subject line. You will receive notification via email to confirm receipt of your application. Applications are reviewed on an ongoing basis until the position has been filled.

Job Summary:

Under direct supervision, performs daily health monitoring, clinical care, surgical support and enrichment for laboratory animals.

Must be able to lift 20 to 25 lbs. Must be able to work staggered shift schedule, overtime, weekends and holidays as required.

Must be able to read, write and comprehend English in order to read signage and to read and update animal health records. Work space may be small, non-private, and close to other work stations where noise level can be high.

Specific Responsibilities:

Performs daily rounds under the direct supervision of the clinical veterinarians or Animal Health Techincian, Leads to triage new animal health reports and monitor ongoing clinical cases. Communicates with veterinary staff and laboratory personnel to notify and update regarding the status of clinical cases. Performs physical examinations and treatments as deemed necessary by the clinical veterinarians;
Assists the clinical veterinarians or other qualified individuals with surgical procedures. Prepares sterile instrument packs and prepares surgical suite animals for asceptic surgery. Under the direction of the clinical veterinarians, AHT Sr or Lead, administers anesthetic agents, intravenous fluids and monitors anesthesia and post surgical recovery;
Ensures that environmental and social enrichment is provided to the laboratory animals.
Dispenses non-controlled drugs and supplies from the CCM pharmacy to laboratory personnel. Performs periodic inventories of drugs, supplies, assay kits and instruments. Prepares and submits animals or specimens (blood, tissue, feces) for testing at diagnostic laboratories as determined necessary by the clinical veterinarians;
Maintains and monitors various reports and records including animal health records, activity reports and enrichment logs. Participates in the training of animal care staff, laboratory personnel and interns in proper animal restraint, barrier technique and asepsis;
Remains current with all regulations pertaining to laboratory animals including the Guide, Animal Welfare Act, etc. Participates in various staff meetings, staff training and continuing professional education. Becomes familiar with relevant Animal Study Protocols and meets with investigators and laboratory personnel to discuss research needs and animal health concerns;
Performs other duties as assigned.

Minimum Qualifications:

One year of experience as a veterinary assistant or technician in a veterinary medical facility, research facility or diagnostic laboratory or the equivalent combination of education, training and experience where the required knowledge, skills and abilities are acquired.

If both your background and skill set match the available position, you may be contacted for a preliminary phone interview. The phone interview is informational and a way for us to learn more about your background, as well as for you to learn more about our Company and the particular position.

Phone interviews last approximately 20 to 30 minutes. Following the phone interview, a determination will be made about advancement to an in-person interview. Finalists are required to take a writing test.



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Animal Care Technician 3

Department Marketing Statement


Job Summary: The Animal Care Technician 3 manages overall care of animals and/or completes specialized activities such as administering oral medicines, injections, specialized diets, etc. Completes junior level animal care duties & responsibilities including cage wash activities as requested by Group Leader or their designee. Trains other Animal Care Technicians and/or investigator staff. All actions are completed by strictly & consistently following applicable CCM SOPs including safety procedures & guidelines. Reports any suspected or actual deviations to SOPs or non-routine situations immediately to Group Leader or their designee. Arrives, leaves & takes breaks at work as scheduled. Acts as Group Leader & completes all associated activities in his/her absence.

*Please Note: *Must be able to negotiate up to a 65lbs force (push/pull) on an occasional basis. Lifting is limited to 50lbs occasionally and 25lbs frequently. Must be able to work staggered shift schedule, overtime, weekends, and holidays as required. Must successfully maintain physical condition that will assure efficient performance of tasks, including successful completion of physical examination. This position requires the individual to be available to work on both the Chicago and Evanston campuses as coverage needs dictate. Must be enrolled in the university’s occupational health program which entails filling out a health questionnaire. The health questionnarie is submitted to the university’s occupational health provider for review. Must be willing to undergo job-related background check.

Specific Responsibilities: *According to CCM SOPs:

  • Cleans & sterilizes cages, equipment, supplies, rooms (primary and secondary enclosures), etc.

  • Prepares refuse for disposal or incineration.

*According to CCM SOPs completes animal caretaking duties specializing in the care of individual species:

  • Under minimal direction, performs caretaking duties involving specialized handling, feeding & general care of animals.

  • Solves complex animal caretaking problems using extensive knowledge & experience.

  • Provides training, mentoring & work direction to junior staff, assisting with problems as necessary.

  • Provides support & guidance regarding quarantine, sentinel program, and/or import /export program.

  • Monitors RO watering system & other facility equipment & assists in managing/coordinating repair.

  • Conducts census counts.

  • Under specific instruction, administers oral & topical medicines and injections (SQ, IP, IM, and IV) & provides surgical assistance.

  • Euthanizes animals according to CCM policy.

  • Organize feed and bedding supplies in storage facilities, prepare refuse for disposal, incineration or digestion.

  • Maintains efficient organization & flow of equipment through assigned areas.

  • Provides coverage for shortage of staff in husbandry operations & other areas within the facility *According to CCM SOPs:

  • Houses incoming animals.

  • Receive and/or delivers animal transfers.

  • Ensures accuracy of transfer/delivery documentation.

  • Investigates & resolves discrepancies.

  • May drive van to transfer animals.

  • Completes animal caretaking check-lists, logs & documentation accurately & within appropriate time-frames.

  • Notifies lead if available or management of malfunctioning equipment; may document problem.

  • Assists in developing OJT programs & trains junior level Animal Care Technicians & investigator staff. Attends CCM sponsored training sessions, local and/or national meetings, management classes, OJT's, specie specific identification & treatment sessions, etc.

  • Performs other duties as assigned.

Minimum Qualifications: * A high school diploma or its equivalent is required along with a minimum of 3 years animal husbandry or equivalent experience. * AALAS certified LAT * Valid state drivers license if driving animal transport van. Minimum Competencies: (Skills, knowledge, and abilities.) * Customer Focus

  • Lab Animal Knowledge

  • Initiative

  • Multi-Tasking

  • Organization Preferred Qualifications: (Education and experience) * Gnotobiotic experience * 4 years of animal husbandry experience * AAALAS certified LATg

  • Advanced computer skills * 2 years of college

  • Basic computer skills Preferred Competencies: (Skills, knowledge, and abilities) * Research Regulations

  • Planning

  • Coaching/Mentoring

  • Conflict Management

  • Safety Management * As per Northwestern University policy, this position requires a criminal background check. Successful applicants will need to submit to a criminal background check prior to employment. Northwestern University is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employer of all protected classes, including veterans and individuals with disabilities. Women, racial and ethnic minorities, individuals with disabilities, and veterans are encouraged to apply. Hiring is contingent upon eligibility to work in the United States.

Department Marketing Statement


Job Summary: The Animal Care Technician 3 manages overall care of animals and/or completes specialized activities such as administering oral medicines, injections, specialized diets, etc. Completes junior level animal care duties & responsibilities including cage wash activities as requested by Group Leader or their designee. Trains other Animal Care Technicians and/or investigator staff. All actions are completed by strictly & consistently following applicable CCM SOPs including safety procedures & guidelines. Reports any suspected or actual deviations to SOPs or non-routine situations immediately to Group Leader or their designee. Arrives, leaves & takes breaks at work as scheduled. Acts as Group Leader & completes all associated activities in his/her absence.

*Please Note: *Must be able to negotiate up to a 65lbs force (push/pull) on an occasional basis. Lifting is limited to 50lbs occasionally and 25lbs frequently. Must be able to work staggered shift schedule, overtime, weekends, and holidays as required. Must successfully maintain physical condition that will assure efficient performance of tasks, including successful completion of physical examination. This position requires the individual to be available to work on both the Chicago and Evanston campuses as coverage needs dictate. Must be enrolled in the university’s occupational health program which entails filling out a health questionnaire. The health questionnarie is submitted to the university’s occupational health provider for review. Must be willing to undergo job-related background check.

Specific Responsibilities: *According to CCM SOPs:

  • Cleans & sterilizes cages, equipment, supplies, rooms (primary and secondary enclosures), etc.

  • Prepares refuse for disposal or incineration.

*According to CCM SOPs completes animal caretaking duties specializing in the care of individual species:

  • Under minimal direction, performs caretaking duties involving specialized handling, feeding & general care of animals.

  • Solves complex animal caretaking problems using extensive knowledge & experience.

  • Provides training, mentoring & work direction to junior staff, assisting with problems as necessary.

  • Provides support & guidance regarding quarantine, sentinel program, and/or import /export program.

  • Monitors RO watering system & other facility equipment & assists in managing/coordinating repair.

  • Conducts census counts.

  • Under specific instruction, administers oral & topical medicines and injections (SQ, IP, IM, and IV) & provides surgical assistance.

  • Euthanizes animals according to CCM policy.

  • Organize feed and bedding supplies in storage facilities, prepare refuse for disposal, incineration or digestion.

  • Maintains efficient organization & flow of equipment through assigned areas.

  • Provides coverage for shortage of staff in husbandry operations & other areas within the facility *According to CCM SOPs:

  • Houses incoming animals.

  • Receive and/or delivers animal transfers.

  • Ensures accuracy of transfer/delivery documentation.

  • Investigates & resolves discrepancies.

  • May drive van to transfer animals.

  • Completes animal caretaking check-lists, logs & documentation accurately & within appropriate time-frames.

  • Notifies lead if available or management of malfunctioning equipment; may document problem.

  • Assists in developing OJT programs & trains junior level Animal Care Technicians & investigator staff. Attends CCM sponsored training sessions, local and/or national meetings, management classes, OJT's, specie specific identification & treatment sessions, etc.

  • Performs other duties as assigned.

Minimum Qualifications: * A high school diploma or its equivalent is required along with a minimum of 3 years animal husbandry or equivalent experience. * AALAS certified LAT * Valid state drivers license if driving animal transport van. Minimum Competencies: (Skills, knowledge, and abilities.) * Customer Focus

  • Lab Animal Knowledge

  • Initiative

  • Multi-Tasking

  • Organization Preferred Qualifications: (Education and experience) * Gnotobiotic experience * 4 years of animal husbandry experience * AAALAS certified LATg

  • Advanced computer skills * 2 years of college

  • Basic computer skills Preferred Competencies: (Skills, knowledge, and abilities) * Research Regulations

  • Planning

  • Coaching/Mentoring

  • Conflict Management

  • Safety Management * As per Northwestern University policy, this position requires a criminal background check. Successful applicants will need to submit to a criminal background check prior to employment. Northwestern University is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employer of all protected classes, including veterans and individuals with disabilities. Women, racial and ethnic minorities, individuals with disabilities, and veterans are encouraged to apply. Hiring is contingent upon eligibility to work in the United States.

Regular/Temporary: Regular Job ID: 30546 Full/Part Time: Full-Time Location: Chicago, Illinois Job Title: Animal Care Technician 3


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