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Employment Opportunities

Why join the SPCA family?

The SPCA of Wake County is doing important things for homeless pets across North Carolina, so a position with the SPCA isn’t just a job. It’s an opportunity to make a difference. You’ll also have support from really cool coworkers (We’re not kidding – we have ugly sweater contests! What’s cooler than that?). Other benefits include reasonably priced health insurance, a retirement plan, and generous paid vacation/sick time. And where else can you cuddle a puppy on your lunch break? Talk about workplace benefits.

Applicants are considered for all positions without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender expression, national origin, age, marital or veteran status, or the presence of a non-job-related medical condition or disability.

Open Positions

Adoption Specialist (full-time)

The Adoption Specialist at the SPCA of Wake County is responsible for sending home all the pets. Ok, maybe not all the pets, but Adoption Specialists are responsible for matching prospective adopters with available pets. Adoption specialists get to know adopters in a casual, conversational manner, learning about an adopter’s preferences and expectations for a new pet and allowing staff to make recommendations about suitable matches.

Veterinary Medical Assistant/Technician (full-time/part-time)

The Veterinary Medical Assistant is responsible for providing preventative care as well as sick patient care to all of the animals under the care of SPCA Wake, whether housed in our facilities or in foster care.

Animal Care Specialist (full-time)

The Animal Care Specialist at the SPCA of Wake County is responsible for daily care and enrichment (feeding, training, socializing) for the pets who are living at the Pet Adoption Center. They also work with volunteers and customers.

Staff Veterinarian (full-time)

We are currently seeking a full-time veterinarian to provide medical care and oversight for all animals within our shelter and foster care program. Responsibilities do not require spay/neuter surgery or significant interaction with the public.