We are HIRING a VET TECHNICIAN for our DONKEY OUTREACH PROGRAMME!

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Animal Nepal is hiring a Vet Technician with an experience of 1 year (minimum) for our Donkey Outreach Programme. Special preference will be given to those who have worked on equine or large animals in their past and who can confidently carry out necessary treatments. A vet tech will work directly under our senior veterinarian and is also required to have a sound communication skills.

Main roles:

  • Treat sick and injured equine in the brick factories and at sanctuary.
  • Communicate with stakeholders
  • Regular visit to brick factories
  • Conduct education and mobilization sessions whenever needed
  • Consult with and report to Veterianrian and Directors
  • Write regular detailed reports
  • Initiate self-education in animal rights, surgery, treatment, communication techniques, and any other subjects that are essential to carrying out the job

Main skills needed: Compassion, up to date treatment skills, communication and reporting skills, management skills

Special conditions: Animal Nepal has a vegetarian policy. Staff are required to work during Dasain or Tihar.

Salary: As per organization rules. Contract initially for 3 months.

How to apply: Send us your motivation letter and CV at animalnepal@gmail.com

Deadline: May 2 , 2016

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Animal Nepal in 2008 introduced a Working Donkey Outreach Programme. We conduct regular mobile clinics, provide first aid boxes and improved harnesses, and educate factory and equine handlers and owners. Weak and handicapped donkeys are rescued and taken to the Godavari Donkey Sanctuary. The objective of our Working Equines Outreach Programme is: To improve the conditions of working donkeys, to educate donkey owners, handlers and kiln owners and to lobby for better conditions for working animals across the nation. The programme aims at evaluating the following strategies:

  • Organise regular health clinics for working equines
  • Organise regular education sessions for donkey owners, child handlers and factory owners
  • Rescue sick and injured equines
  • Lobby for passing of Animal Welfare Act and rules for working animals
  • Campaign against ‘Blood Bricks”
  • Promote responsible brick industry and ‘clean and green bricks’

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