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  • Community Outreach Educator

    Progressive Animal Welfare Society

    Position Description: Working under the direction of the Education Programs Manager, and with other team member(s), assist in development, implementation and presentation of PAWS education and advocacy programs, with the goal of inspiring children and adults to demonstrate compassionate attitudes and respect towards all animals. 30-32 hours per week; could grow into full-time for the right candidate. Based in Lynnwood, WA, PAWS is a champion for animals – rehabilitating injured and orphaned wildlife, sheltering and adopting homeless cats and dogs, and educating people to make a better world for animals and people. For complete job description, go to

    Closing Date: October 15, 2015 Posted: September 28, 2015
  • Development Manager

    Atlanta Pet Rescue & Adoption

    The Development Manager is a key role in the Development Department and works closely with the Director of Communications and Development to ensure fundraising goals are accomplished. The Manager will assist with daily development activities as well as social media, public relations and support the planning and logistics of all major events. This role is responsible for securing corporate volunteer groups and third party events. This position is also manages all administrative tasks for the Development Department including but not limited to tax receipts, database management and donor correspondence. MINIMUM EDUCATION REQUIRED: Bachelor’s Degree MINIMUM EXPERIENCE REQUIRED: 3 to 5 years of experience in fundraising and non-profit. DISCLAIMER The above information describes the general nature of this job. It is not intended to be an exhaustive list of responsibilities, duties and skills required. Please email cover letter and resume.

    Closing Date: October 31, 2015 Posted: September 28, 2015
  • Data & Operations Coordinator

    Best Friends Animal Society

    Best Friends Animal Society is looking for a Data & Operations Coordinator responsible for supporting the needs of the NMHP Network by coordinating processes related to application processing as well as initial and ongoing communication with Network Partners (to include NMHP microsite). Responsible for ongoing management of data collection systems for NMHP Network Partners and other National Programs areas as needed (ie Community Cats). Manage and administer cyclical grants, statistics and data reporting. Generate regular reports of collected stats to show progress on goals. Coordinate workflow with other Data & Operations coordinator. Provide support for special projects and other duties as assigned to support Network staff in live-saving mission. Check out the complete job descriptions and apply today at: The position is listed under Regional and Kanab.

    Closing Date: November 28, 2015 Posted: September 28, 2015
  • Veterinarian (Part-Time)

    Nutmeg Spay/Neuter Clinic

    We have an immediate position for a part-time veterinarian to join our busy spay/neuter facility in Stratford, CT. Candidate must be able to perform at least 25 to 30 spay/neuter surgeries per day, preferably trained via the Humane Alliance protocols. Must be able to examine cats and dogs pre-op to determine eligibility for surgery; perform sterilizations on cats & dogs as young as 2 months old and dogs up to 125 lb.; feel comfortable working with feral cats; perform reproductive-related surgery such as pyometra, monorchid/cryptorchid, umbilical hernia repair, ablation, in-heat animals, overweight animals; supervise post-op rechecks; inoculate animals and provide recommendations for follow-up care; be prepared to handle difficult dogs and cats. This position is currently for one day per week with potential for additional days. Salary commensurate with experience. Please fax resume to 203-690-1552 or email to For more information, please visit

    Closing Date: November 30, 2015 Posted: September 28, 2015
  • Manager of Animal Admissions


    The Manager of Animal Admissions is responsible for managing the flow of animals into our shelter. Includes internal sources (i.e. Kitten Nursery, Canine Annex for Enrichment & Recovery, Animal Rehabilitation Center), intakes from the public, rescue groups and other shelters as space allows. Keep track of open cage space and ensure that capacity is utilized appropriately in accordance with our guidelines and admission policies. Oversee the list of persons waiting to surrender animals until cage space is available and ensure full occupancy of kennels. Manage the selection of shelter animals offsite (Animal Care Centers of NYC, etc.) and animals relinquished by owners and good Samaritans, in accordance with our health and behavioral criteria. Demonstrate excellent customer service skills while interacting with the public, including unscheduled relinquishments; work with non-judgmental approach to a diverse range of pet owners while ensuring the best possible customer service.

    Closing Date: December 25, 2015 Posted: September 25, 2015
  • Animal Care/Adoption Counselor

    Hinsdale Humane Society

    Hinsdale Humane Society, a well-respected, progressive 62 year old non-profit animal shelter, is seeking a dependable, energetic, dedicated, and hard-working individual to join our staff as an Animal Care/Adoption Counselor. Strong work ethics, love of animals, and excellent interpersonal skills are essential. Career motivated applicants only, please. Full time - includes weekends & some holidays. Experience preferred, but not required. Salary dependent upon experience; includes benefits. To obtain an Employment Application email or apply in person at Hinsdale Humane Society, 22 N. Elm Street, Hinsdale, IL. For shelter hours and directions call 630-323-5630.

    Closing Date: November 30, 2015 Posted: September 25, 2015
  • Adoption Specialist

    Atlanta Pet Rescue & Adoption

    The Adoption Specialist will ensure our pets for adoption are marketed well and placed in appropriate homes, while also providing a positive experience for our patrons. This position will also assist with the daily enrichment of the dogs and cats. MINIMUM EDUCATION: High School Diploma MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: Minimum 1 year of experience in animal welfare or veterinary clinic KEY RESPONSIBILITIES: Maintain the website to ensure accuracy; Find creative avenues to promote pets for adoption to ultimately increase the adoption numbers; Dog and cat adoption counseling; Respond to online adoption applications; Provide daily enrichment for the pets. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, ABILITIES Ability to communicate both verbally and written; Ability to handle multiple priorities; Ability to work as a member of a team; Microsoft Office experience; Ability to lift 40 pounds; Flexibility to step outside of normal responsibilities, duties or skills required is a must. Email resume and cover letter.

    Closing Date: October 31, 2015 Posted: September 24, 2015
  • Medical Director (DVM)

    Ohio Alleycat Resource

    Ohio Alleycat Resource, a well-established cat-only animal welfare non-profit, is seeking a dynamic veterinarian who is committed to and passionate about animal rescue work. The Veterinary Medical Director would oversee the veterinary care of cats in all three of our programs (shelter; spay/neuter and wellness clinic; and community cats program), to include: Running a vaccine and wellness clinic (cats only) one day a week, including some scheduled surgical and dental procedures; overseeing the veterinary care of cats in our limited-admission shelter; overseeing the veterinary care of cats in our community cats program. The ideal candidate is passionate about animal welfare, non-profit work, and shelter medicine; - is well-versed in sanitation protocols to prevent disease spread; - enjoys both surgery and diagnostics; - is flexible and resourceful; and is registered to practice veterinary medicine in Ohio. Hours flexible; pay negotiable.

    Closing Date: December 1, 2015 Posted: September 24, 2015
  • Licensed Veterinary Technician-Mobile Spay Neuter Clinic


    The Licensed Veterinary Technician is responsible for the daily care of surgery patients, management, and administration of anesthetic/analgesic agents and other medications. The person in this position must also handle flow of animals through the spay/neuter clinic and recovery and discharge of surgery patients, as well as preparing the clinic for the following days surgery load. The position reports daily to one of our Mobile Clinic locations throughout the five boroughs of New York City. Must have graduated from accredited school of veterinary science technology (2 or 4 year program), a current NYC Veterinary Technician License and 3+ years LVT experience. Bilingual (Spanish/English) preferred.

    Closing Date: December 22, 2015 Posted: September 22, 2015
  • Director of Advocacy

    Animal Rescue League of Boston

    ARL is currently seeking a highly motivated and experienced Director of Advocacy, responsible for researching, proposing and coordinating ARL’s involvement and contribution to the advancement of legislation and public policy that improves the welfare of animals in Massachusetts and beyond. Reporting to the President, this full time, exempt position will be tasked with startup activity to develop the advocacy function and related systems required for long term success. Concurrently, the Director will work on current legislative initiatives and unanticipated issues that arise. Visit for more information and required qualifications.

    Closing Date: October 22, 2015 Posted: September 22, 2015
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