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City of Springfield,MO 
Animal Control Officer 

 with the Springfield-Greene County Health Department. This position will play a critical safety role for the animals and citizens of the Springfield-Greene County area. Officers receive great City benefits, paid leave and retirement as well as career advancement opportunities within the department. If you know someone that may be interested, please have them apply at
Please contact Alice Wood, Recruiter, at or at 417-864-1828 with any questions.

Experience, Education, and Training Two years of college, vocational, or technical school with major emphasis in Wildlife Management, Biology, Animal Husbandry or a closely related field; AND Some experience working with animals; OR High School diploma; AND Two years of work experience involving frequent customer, client, or other public contact of which at least one year of experience was in animal handling as a veterinarian assistant, attendant at an approved kennel, animal control officer, or closely related occupation; OR Two years of work experience in the enforcement of government laws and regulations including some experience working with animals. Licensing/Certification.  Must possess a valid driver's license; Candidates must obtain and maintain certification to euthanize within the first year of employment. Candidates must be willing and able to take rabies shots on a periodic basis to reduce the possibility of rabies infection.
St. Peters, MO

Closes On: March 7, 2022 at 11:59 PM CST
Job Status: Full-Time
Shift: 7:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Days Worked: Mon., Tue., Wed., Thu., Fri., Sat.
Status: Accepting Applications
Details: $19.01/hr. - $21.54/hr. depending on qualifications and experience.

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