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  • General Intake Coordinator

    Ruff Start Rescue

    This person is responsible to bring animals into the rescue and work with sending shelters, impounds, owner surrenders, strays, etc and “pick and choose” which animals to bring into the rescue. The key to this position is knowing limits and also getting to know our foster base and the placement coordinators to see what demand we have and what type of animals we currently can help (breeds, sizes, ages, medical issues, etc) As an intake coordinator you will learn what “rescue discounts” are when referring to vetting costs and be able to make decisions (based on pricing from sending shelter/vet) on whether we want to vet the animal there (before they come to RSR) or once they are in our care. Time commitment: anywhere from 30 minutes a day to 2 hours a day. How to Apply:Fill out a volunteer application on our website at and send a an email to and put “General Intake Coordinator” in the subject line.

    Closing Date: September 10, 2015 Posted: August 10, 2015
  • Lead Animal Care Attendant

    Humane Society of the North Bay

    Humane Society of the North Bay seeks a Lead Animal Care Attendant. Duties include providing daily care (cleaning kennels and cages, feeding, giving medications) for up to 40 dogs and 75 cats at the shelter, and providing customer service for members of the public looking for a missing pet, adopting a new pet, or seeking other services. The Lead Animal Care Attendant supervises and directs a staff of five Animal Care Attendants and ensures that daily care is provided in accordance with established procedures. Six months of full time or equivalent experience in animal care (shelter, boarding kennel, vet hospital) required. Six months of full time or equivalent experience supervising staff required. This position reports to the Director of Shelter Operations. 32-40 hours per week. Compensation DOE. Please submit resume by email.

    Closing Date: September 10, 2015 Posted: August 10, 2015
  • Executive Director

    Humane Society of Charles County

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    Closing Date: August 31, 2015 Posted: August 9, 2015
  • Executive Director

    Humane Society of Charles County

    Supervises the Shelter Manager, Spay Clinic Manager, Director of Humane Education, Humane Society staff and volunteers. Within the guidelines of the Board of Directors, the Executive Director is responsible for the oversight of the operation of Sheltering Activities, Spay Clinic Activities, Education activities and works with the Board on program development and improvement. Responsible for the day to day operations of the Humane Society, oversees all areas and personnel of the shelter, ensures that shelter operations are running smoothly and within budget, and is responsible for associated reports and record keeping. BA (preferred), 2-plus years’ experience in development/fundraising, Excellence in organizational, managerial, planning and communication skills, ability to prospect, cultivate and handle donors.Excellent written, computer and oral communication skills. For a complete job description and application directions go to

    Closing Date: August 31, 2015 Posted: August 9, 2015
  • Behavior & Training Coordinator

    Maui Humane Society

    Responsible for the day to day activities of Maui Humane Society’s behavior and training program. Develop, promote, coordinate, and conduct a full range of animal training programs (classes, educational seminars, and adopter support) to enhance to public’s knowledge of animal welfare, behavior and training. Oversee development and implementation of behavior assessment program for shelter dogs. Develop and coordinate shelter-wide behavior modification and enrichment programs for dogs and cats. Train staff and volunteers to carry out behavior modification recommendations. Counsel adopters and potential adopters to assist transition and success of adoptions. Provide adopters with recommendations for behavior issues. For full job description, requirements, and how to apply please visit our website: Position open until filled.

    Closing Date: September 30, 2015 Posted: August 8, 2015
  • Veterinarian

    Dumb Friends League

    Purpose of Position: Perform veterinarian medical and surgical procedures. • Perform surgical procedures on a daily basis including HQHV spay/neuter, dentistry, and various soft tissue and orthopedic procedures. Procedures performed at shelters and on League’s mobile units. • Perform veterinarian medical functions including examination and treatment of shelter animals, and perform necropsies as needed. • Perform euthanasia and other related tasks. • Work with cruelty investigations staff for evaluation, documentation and testimony about the condition of animals involved in investigation cases. • Consult and provide assistance to patrons and external veterinarians regarding animals at or adopted from the League. • Direct the work of technicians and assistants. Required • Doctoral degree in veterinary medicine • Current Colorado veterinary license with clean practice record • Experience practicing veterinary medicine • Demonstrated excellent surgical skills

    Closing Date: September 8, 2015 Posted: August 8, 2015
  • Chief Cruelty Investigator

    Houston SPCA

    The Houston SPCA seeks an accomplished, dynamic professional to lead the Field Services team, which includes animal cruelty investigations and injured stray animal rescue services. The Chief Cruelty Investigator ensures all field services staff comply with all Houston SPCA policies and procedures, as well as Texas State Laws regarding the humane treatment of animals. This position is also responsible for performing in the capacity of an Animal Cruelty Investigator by responding to calls involving suspected and known cases of animals being treated inhumanely within Harris County and the 7 surrounding counties. The ability to work nights and weekends and in diverse climatic and environmental conditions is a must. This position requires at least 2 years of experience in the animal protection or law enforcement field, recognized animal cruelty training and a Bachelor’s degree is preferred, valid Texas driver’s license and a clean driving record.

    Closing Date: February 1, 2016 Posted: August 7, 2015
  • Veterinary Assistant (Part-Time)

    Helen Woodward Animal Center

    Unique position. Travel! Non Profit Organization looking for experienced veterinary assistant to join our Offsite Animal Medical Technician team. Looking for an experienced Vet Assistant to travel to different destinations and examine animals for transport to our facility. Must be a self starter, work independently, and be a quick learner. Must be confident in your skills as a veterinary assistant. Prefer someone with at least 6 months hands on experience in the veterinary field. Shelter experience is a plus. MUST have a good driving record. This is a part time position, with some weekends and holidays required. Some travel destinations require overnight stays. For more information, or to apply now, visit the website below.

    Closing Date: September 7, 2015 Posted: August 7, 2015
  • Vet Tech

    Lollypop Farm, Humane Society of Rochester

    One full time Veterinary Technician position available. The primary function is to assist veterinarians in providing surgical and medical care to shelter animals as allowed by licensure. While an Organization email address is provided, online submission of applications is preferred. For a full job description and to apply online, please go to:

    Closing Date: September 30, 2015 Posted: August 7, 2015
  • Veterinary Technician and Feline Specialist

    Windham County Humane Society

    The Windham County Humane Society (WCHS) is a non-profit organization dedicated to ensuring the safety and well-being of animals as well as enhancing the relationship between individuals and pets through adoption, education, advocacy, compassion and promotion of animal welfare. Founded in 1887, WCHS helps both pets and domesticated animals through: Sheltering of homeless, abused, neglected and owner-surrendered animals (over 900 per year), Spay/neuter programs, Adoptions, Education, Vaccine clinics, Pet food assistance, Coordination of the investigation of reports of cruelty and neglect The Vet Tech and Feline Specialist is responsible for the health and well-being of all WCHS animals as well as for the overall care and management of cats, other small pets and exotics. Status: The position is hourly, non-exempt, at 40 hours/week. $12 hourly to start. Position will remain open until filled. Please see the full job description on our website:

    Closing Date: September 3, 2015 Posted: August 7, 2015
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