"Pets Are Welcome" seeks to revamp the way the housing industry treats pets and their owners.
Location: Auburn, Massachusetts
Assistant Animal Control Officer/Assistant Animal Health Inspector (Assistant ACO) for the Town of Auburn, MA: The Assistant Animal Control Officer is responsible for providing coverage in the absence of the Full-Time Animal Control Officer and must be available for select night/weekend/holiday coverage. Must have two to three years of animal handling experience, a general understanding of state and local animal control laws, and a general knowledge of protocols in animal sheltering environments. Weekly stipend position.
Location: Alameda, California
Full-time (37.5 hours); 7.5 hours a day Wednesday through Sunday; off Monday-Tuesday;non-exempt. Summary: Under direct supervision of the Operations Manager, perform routine clerical, general office work and related duties as required. Essential functions include: greet and assist customers and potential animal adopters; answer phones, provide information and transfer calls; perform routine cash, check and credit card transactions; operate routine office machinery and equipment; enter information into computer database; maintain routine office records; other duties as assigned.
Location: San Francisco, California
OVERVIEW The Volunteer Services team supports over 1,800 volunteers who volunteer their time to Adoption Center, Shelter Medicine, Animal Assisted Therapy, Foster, Public Classes, and the Community Cares Program. The Shelter Medicine Volunteer Program (the Program) plays a critical role in the treatment of animals at the SF SPCA. The Program and its Coordinator serve the aims of the Volunteer Services Department, the Shelter Medicine Department, and the Society as a whole.
Location: Fort Worth, Texas
Plans, organizes and oversees the Main Shelter, Adoption Centers and Maintenance Programs to insure they meet the principles and objectives of the Humane Society of North Texas. Teaches, trains, and assists direct reports in their professional relationship with employees and other management staff. Insures the the Operations team have trust in each other; listen to one another; develop a cross-functional team based approach; solve problems as a team. Investigates any complaints regarding the operations of the organization.
Location: Houston, Texas
The Houston SPCA seeks an accomplished, dynamic and mission-driven development professional to lead our growing fund development program. Responsibilities include management of day-to-day fundraising operations, development of short- and long-term strategies to enhance organizational revenues and implementation of best practices. Ideal candidate is a leader and team player with a passion for the organization’s mission.
Location: Houston, Texas
The Houston SPCA seeks experienced candidates to join our Animal Care (Barn) staff. Candidates must have previous experience with Equine and Farm Animals in a working capacity and may also be asked to work with small animals. Candidates will need to be able to able to lift 70 pounds (hay bales, grain bags) daily to supply care for 100+ equine and farm animals.