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  • Animal Caretaker II

    The Wildcat Sanctuary

    Must be able to demonstrate significant knowledge of animal care, animal husbandry, animal behavior and safety practices. Must be able to work as part of a collaborative team to help provide holistic care to each cat including all nutritional, medical, physical and psychological needs. Will observe assigned animals on a daily basis, reporting any abnormalities; perform routine husbandry and environmental maintenance; feed prescribed diets; perform assigned and approved animal enrichment activities and trainings; assist in the restraint and treatment of animals; participate in non-routine animal transports, along with being prepared to respond to emergency situations.

    Closing Date: June 15, 2015 Posted: March 7, 2015
  • High Volume Spay/Neuter Surgeon

    PetFix Northeast Ohio

    PetFix Northeast Ohio is seeking a high-volume spay/neuter surgeon for our mobile unit. This position would be 1-2 days per week beginning late April/early May. You are responsible for the operation and pace of the mobile clinic surgeries and other procedures on the day(s) that you are working. The essential job tasks include: performing pre-op exams and procedures, spay/neuter surgeries, and post-surgery procedures as specified by PetFix protocol; overseeing all work performed by the mobile clinic RVT’s and assistants; making recommendations for any follow-up care beyond those stated on discharge instructions; documenting and maintaining proper written records for all pre-op, surgery and post-op notes; and properly responding to any emergency (pre- and post-surgery) as notified by the RVT. Applicant must provide proof of professional liability insurance. For consideration, please submit a cover letter and resume to Director@petfixnortheastohio.org

    Closing Date: May 15, 2015 Posted: March 6, 2015
  • Animal Care Officer

    Animal Care and Control of NYC

    Provide attentive care for animals by granting the needs of the animals, i.e. food, water, proper bedding, exercise as directed by supervisors. Collaborate with others to properly maintain kennels sanitized according to AC&C policy. Monitor behavior and alert medical staff upon first signs of illness and/or injury of an animal. Provide pre-surgery care to animals as directed by medical staff. Safe and humane animal handling skills is a must. Must be 18 years of age and have one year of animal care experience. H.S Diploma or GED preferred. Please visit www.nycacc.org to apply.

    Closing Date: May 4, 2015 Posted: March 4, 2015
  • Feline Behavior Assessor

    Animal Care and Control of NYC

    Assist with feline behavior assessments while in AC&C's care. Provide environmental enrichment and positive reinforcements for behavioral modifications, as needed to keep our cats happy, healthy and adoptable. Implement protocols, order supplies/equipment and maintain accurate records of daily behavior/activity logs. Collaborate with AC&C staff to identify medical, care, and placement needs for the animals. Assist with identification of animals for offsite media and outreach events. Educate the public regarding animal issues. H.S. Diploma/ GED required. Must have prior experience with feline handling skills and possess extensive knowledge of feline behavior. Visit www.nycacc.org/careers.htm for a full job description.

    Closing Date: May 4, 2015 Posted: March 4, 2015
  • Overnight Supervisor

    Animal Care and Control of NYC

    Responsible for the after-hours supervision of shelter operations and staff at the Care Center, including the humane treatment and handling of all animals, and maintaining a high standard for both animal care and customer care, while ensuring compliance of policies and procedures. Work with the Medical Department for identification of sick animals. Monitor, review and facilitate animal placement options. Establish and monitor staff performance goals and evaluations. Accurately maintain daily work schedules, time sheets, inventory. H.S. Diploma or GED; college degree preferred and minimum one year customer supervisory experience. Visit www.nycacc.org/careers.htm for a full job description.

    Closing Date: May 4, 2015 Posted: March 4, 2015
  • Volunteer Liaison

    Animal Care and Control of NYC

    Collaborate with Volunteer Manager for support in the organization of the Volunteer Program located in the Manhattan Care Center. Oversee the scheduling, training, placement, recognition and administration of the volunteer members. Monitor safety issues among volunteers, including proper training in humane animal handling techniques. Generate monthly program activity reports. Develop positive working relations between volunteers and AC&C staff to ensure an optimally healthy and safe work environment. Bachelor’s degree preferred and two years of supervisory level in an active volunteer program, or related experience. Knowledge of Excel, Powerpoint, Outlook. Visit www.nycacc.org/careers.htm for a full job description.

    Closing Date: May 4, 2015 Posted: March 4, 2015
  • Enrichment Facilitator

    Animal Care and Control of NYC

    Work with the Behavior Supervisor to implement and maintain a program of behavioral enrichment for animals at AC&C, including exercise and basic training. Work with staff to identify medical, care and placement needs of all animals. Keep accurate written records, and communicate effectively to ensure the needs of the animals and program are met. Requirements include genuine love and respect for animals, the ability to handle all types and breeds of cats and dogs (including those with fearful and aggressive behaviors), strong inter-personal skills. Visit http://www.nycacc.org to apply and for a full job description.

    Closing Date: May 4, 2015 Posted: March 4, 2015
  • Field Services Manager

    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 Field Services Manager 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: May 31, 2015 Posted: March 4, 2015
  • Development Services Associate

    Animal Care and Control of NYC

    The Development Services Associate will maintain an effective infrastructure to support the Development Department, specifically donor and prospect data management in Raiser’s Edge. She/he will ensure the proper acceptance, recording, processing and acknowledgment of gifts, grants and pledges; assist with direct mail and e-solicitations, and monitor donor stewardship and recognition activities. The incumbent will maintain relevant information about individual, corporate, foundation and government funders, AC&C monthly giving program, honorary and memorial gifts, bequests, matching gifts and in-kind donations. The Associate will prepare mail merges, reports and lists, process cash, checks and credit card donations; prepare deposits and ensure that information is correct and current. He/she will work independently and as a team member, helping to organize and participating in special events and other fundraising activities. Visit www.nycacc.org/careers.htm for a full job description.

    Closing Date: May 4, 2015 Posted: March 4, 2015
  • Animal Control Officer

    Animal Care and Control of NYC

    Under the supervision of the Director of Field Operations, enforce ordinances related to animal control including responding to citizen complaints regarding stray, injured, dangerous or unwanted animals and investigation of cruelty to animals and animal bites reports. Educate the public on animal related issues. Work cooperatively with AC&C volunteers and partners. Respond to disaster related calls in an efficient and timely manner. H.S. Diploma required. Possess and maintain a NYS Driver’s license in good standing. One year of handling animals of various species and/or driving in the metropolitan area. To apply, please visit www.nycacc.org.

    Closing Date: May 4, 2015 Posted: March 4, 2015
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