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Career Opportunities

Part-Time Receptionist

The Humane Society of Greater Kansas City is currently seeking part time receptionist with Saturday availability to join our team. Candidates should be prepared to multi task and give excellent customer service and patient care in our high volume outpatient clinic. Bilingual Spanish speakers and/or individuals with previous veterinary experience are desired, but we are open to training the right person. If you are ready to join us in saving and improving the lives of cats and dogs in the Greater Kansas City area please email your resume to Marlee and/or submit an application and resume at 5445 Parallel Parkway, Kansas City, KS 66104.


The Humane Society of Greater Kansas City is currently seeking an energetic and enthusiastic veterinarian to join our team full or part time. Our 501 c3 non-profit organization operates a public service veterinary clinic targeting underserved/low income populations. We offer a wide range of services to our public clientele including wellness care, management of acute and chronic disease, dentistry, radiology and surgical services. Our clinic also provides veterinary service for the KCK Animal Control and our own shelter pets. Come help us save and improve the lives of animals in the Greater Kansas City area! Mentorship for new graduates is available. Please send an email with your resume and/or CV submissions.

Internship Opportunities

Veterinary and Vet Tech Students: Preceptorship or Externship Experiences

The Humane Society of Greater Kansas City welcomes veterinary and vet tech students for their preceptorship or externship experiences. Students should expect to participate alongside veterinarians and staff in our outpatient care clinic which serves a low income public clientele as well as our own shelter population and the shelter population of the KCK municipal animal control facility. DVM student externs will have opportunities to practice clinical and shelter medicine and technician students will have opportunities to practice clinical and surgical support duties. DVM students undergoing their clinical rotations, and who are previously prepared, will have some opportunities to perform spay/neuter surgery under supervision. Interested students should email Dr. Sandra Walker.

Special Events/Communications Intern

This unpaid development internship opportunity is available every semester (Fall, Spring, Summer). It will include working with the public and media on behalf of the Humane Society of Greater Kansas City under supervision of the Vice President of Development. This position requires 10-15 hours of work per week, with plenty of opportunities to fill your portfolio while having a lot of fun and flexibility at the same time!

Internship Projects

Assisting with the HSGKC PR Plan which includes:


Length of Commitment

To apply: