Employment Opportunities

Veterinarian – Mobile Spay/Neuter Clinic

The Humane Society Columbia is non-profit organization that operates a high quality/high volume spay/neuter clinic and two Mobile Spay/Neuter Clinics that travel to several counties throughout the Midlands. We are looking for a full time veterinarian for one of our Surgical Mobile Clinics, providing high volume spay neuter surgery for owned pets, shelter/rescue animals, and community/feral cats.

We are a growing organization in need of someone who is upbeat, self-motivated and passionate about spay/neuter and helping clients and pets receive excellent care at lower prices. If you are looking to make a difference and help save lives, please contact us for an interview.

The Humane Society offers a work life balance with a five day work week, no weekends, no on call, competitive pay and benefits:  health insurance coverage, reimbursement for state license, DEA, professional liability insurance, etc., Dues for veterinary associations and/or organizations, paid time off for vacation, holiday and sick leave, and continuing education allowance. Salary commensurate with experience.


Responsibilities and Duties

  • Responsible for daily care of all surgical patients, ensuring all staff members are adhering to proper pre-, peri- and post-operative care of patients.
  • Examine animals pre-operatively to determine their ability to withstand surgery.
  • Perform spay/neuter surgeries on shelter and public animals.
  • Vaccinate animals and provide recommendations for follow up care.
  • Assess individual patient issues, and provide appropriate solutions.
  • Creatively problem solve on a daily basis.
  • Follow and support all organizational and medical protocols.
  • Mentor and oversee Veterinary Technicians.
  • Communicate effectively, keeping management apprised of all issues concerning staff or patients.
  • Responsible for meeting DEA requirements and maintaining current licensure.
  • Attend staff meetings and Humane Society sponsored events, as necessary.
  • Behave in a manner that upholds both personal and professional standards, as an ambassador of the Humane Society, at all times.

Qualifications and Skills

  • A DVM degree from an accredited school of veterinary medicine.
  • A license to practice veterinary medicine in the state of South Carolina (or the ability to obtain one).
  • DEA license eligibility are required.
  • High quality, high-volume, spay/neuter experience is preferred.

Please contact or send resume to Eddie O’Cain, Executive Director eocain@humanesc.org.¬† Phone: 803-783-1267.