The Thunder Bay & District Humane Society (TBDHS) is setting up a brand new low-cost high volume Spay and Neuter Clinic to help reduce the current pet overpopulation crisis in Northern Ontario.  With a Monday to Friday 8:00 am to 4:00 pm, here is your chance to work as a full-time registered vet tech, enjoy the quality of life working within a shelter where you will be part of a small surgery team for the Society’s Spay/Neuter program, and assist at times with shelter medicine.  Reporting to the Chair of the Humane Society’s Board, this is a senior position where you will provide comprehensive preventive medicine services, including spay/neuter/vaccination/micro-chips/anti-parasitic treatments, and general out-patient medical & surgical services – as required in the district. 

Your qualifications include being a graduate from a recognized Canadian Veterinary Technician College., The 2017 annual salary range for the position is highly competitive with 4 weeks paid vacation and the starting salary being commensurate with education and experience.  A competitive benefits package is also offered. 

Interested applicants are to forward a covering letter and resume to:  Brenda Everts, c/o Thunder Bay and District Humane Society, Thunder Bay, Ontario, P7G 1B6.  The email address is:  For more information, Ms. Everts can be contacted at 807-620-3344.