Certified Veterinary Technicians- Animal Hospital

The Humane Society of Tampa Bay is seeking two full-time, Certified Veterinary Technicians for our Animal Health Center. These positions include weekends and some evenings. Candidates must be certified, have clinical experience and be proficient in fecals, parasite identification, blood draws, vaccinations, skins scrapes, aging, animal restraint, routine dentals and daily computer data entry. Candidates must also possess and demonstrate excellent team player spirit, be able to multi-task, and show focus and follow through in a very busy environment.

We are an amazing organization doing incredible things to help thousands of animals each year. The ideal candidates will be dedicated to our mission, have a “can-do” attitude and be able to work quickly and efficiently. Great organizational and communication skills strongly recommended. Salary is based on experience level.

  • Job Type: Full-time
  • Required: Certification and 1 year experience

If qualified and interested, please email your resume to Danyelle Ho, Human Resources Manager or fax to her attention at 813-876-0765. No phone calls, please. Drug Free/EOE Workplace.

The Humane Society of Tampa Bay is an Equal Opportunity Employer and Drug-Free Work Place.


The Humane Society of Tampa Bay employs more than 100 people with a wide variety of job skills.

If you are interested in working at the Humane Society of Tampa Bay and would like to submit an application to keep on file, please download and fill out the employment application and mail it to Humane Society of Tampa Bay, Attention: Danyelle Ho, Human Resources Manager, 3607 N. Armenia Ave., Tampa, FL, 33607, OR fax it to the attention of Danyelle Ho, Human Resources Manager, to (813) 876-0765, OR e-mail it to DanyelleH@humanesocietytampa.org. Please note the type of job that interests you.

To download the employment application you will need Adobe Reader which you can download for free HERE.

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Cody and Gia came to HSTB this December with donations in tow! They used to be Betty Boop and Cody and were extremely emaciated when we took them in two years ago. One of our Gold-shirt volunteers fostered them back to health and they have found a wonderful forever family! Now they are so happy and healthy. The profile picture is them with their new family and donations, and the picture below is their reunion with their foster mom, Ornella. What a happy ending and great gift for the holidays to see them again. ~Ben Moehnert, HSTB Adoption Manager

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