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  • Executive Director

    Circle of Friends Humane Society

    The Circle of Friends Humane Society Board of Directors is seeking an experienced Executive Director to lead the organization into the next phase of its future. Working with a strong, dedicated staff and an engaged Board of Directors, the Executive Director will improve the humane and ethical treatment of animals through outstanding leadership, financial management, fundraising and administration. In addition to providing the highest quality of services to the community, the Board of Directors has identified the following as the highest priorities for the new Executive Director, the board, and the staff: Increase revenues and diversify funding through the implementation of comprehensive fund development and donor stewardship plans that incorporate goals, strategies, and accountability for all major revenue and donor areas.

    Closing Date: December 1, 2014 Posted: October 9, 2014
  • Animal Care Director

    Halifax Humane Society

    Lead an award-winning animal care team in Daytona Beach! Seeking qualified candidates for the Animal Care Director position at our high volume (13,000 intakes annually) animal shelter. Responsibilities include managing a staff of 30, oversight of 70,000sqft facility, planning outbound events, purchasing, monitoring intake/adoption programs and enhancing services. Candidates should be comfortable working in an open-admission shelter, motivated to reduce euthanasia and increase adoptions. Bachelor’s Degree and PetPoint Software experience preferred. Must have excellent customer service, project management and time management skills. Salary range starting at 35k, professional development, and great benefits. Email cover letter and resume to mpari@halifaxhumanesociety.org .

    Closing Date: November 30, 2014 Posted: October 9, 2014
  • Certified Veterinary Technician

    Safe Harbor Humane Society

    We are an open-admission animal shelter that accommodates nearly 3,200 animals every year. Our goal is to continue to develop our animal sheltering program along ASV guidelines as well as progress towards a high volume, high quality spay/neuter clinic model with the intention of providing free and low-cost services to Kenosha’s under-served community. The ideal candidate would work well in a fast paced environment with a strong ability to multi-task, feel comfortable in a leadership position, responsible for staff members and volunteers. Would have excellent patient care and great attention to detail. A minimum of 1 year experience in the field and/or CVT/licensure is required. Experience in shelter medicine or high volume, high quality spay/neuter is a plus! This is a full-time position, with some flexibility in scheduling. Pay varies depending on experience and training. Visit our website (www.safeharborhumanesociety.org) for more information about who we are!

    Closing Date: November 30, 2014 Posted: October 8, 2014
  • Veterinary Technician

    Santa Fe Animal Shelter

    The Santa Fe Animal Shelter, one of the most progressive open admission shelters in the country, is seeking experienced veterinary technicians to work in both our admissions building as well as in our onsite veterinary clinic. This self-motivated, reliable candidate will be able to administer vaccinations and medication, draw blood, run diagnostics and perform general physical examinations on all animals entering the facility. Surgical assistance skills including intubation, IV catheter placement and monitoring anesthesia are a plus. Must be able to work a flexible schedule that will include weekends and some holidays. Full-time position includes benefits such as continuing education, health insurance, and vacation time. Compensation dependent upon experience. If you are looking for a fulfilling position that will enable you to work hands on with homeless animals in need then this might be a perfect fit for you.

    Closing Date: February 24, 2015 Posted: October 8, 2014
  • Animal Care Technician

    Humane Society of the Nature Coast

    Exercise and groom animals as needed, sanitize work areas, clean cat cages, cat cottage, and dog runs, assist public in viewing animals, bring health issues or injuries to attention of manager, maintains safe and effective work environment and complies with animal shelter procedures, policies, rules, and regulations, and other duties as assigned by management. Please request full job description.

    Closing Date: November 28, 2014 Posted: October 8, 2014
  • Animal Behaviorist and Program Coordinator

    Pet Alliance Of Greater Orlando

    The primary responsibilities of the Animal Behaviorist/Program Coordinator are to develop, implement and maintain shelter programs with a major emphasis on maintaining a behaviorally healthy and safe shelter population, to develop and support animal enrichment strategies and improve animal behavior. This individual works in collaboration with all Pet Alliance departments and is highly visible to the public.-Work with shelter and volunteer staff on animal enrichment strategies and other shelter programs. -Implement a Pet Manners program, routinely working with shelter dogs on basic commands to improve their overall behavior, thus increasing their adoptability -Oversee training of shelter staff and volunteers in the basic techniques of the Shelter Manners program -Manage the evaluation of shelter and community animals

    Closing Date: November 30, 2014 Posted: October 7, 2014
  • Foster Care Clinic Specialist

    Town Cats of Morgan Hill

    Town Cats of Morgan Hill is a homeless cat shelter that houses, fosters, and finds permanent homes for cats and kittens. We also sponsor programs to help cats in shelters, as well as community cats who live outdoors. The Foster Care Clinic Specialist will coordinate the treatment of all cats in foster care. Responsible for coordinating normal medical treatment, administration of paperwork, ensuring photos and biographies are created and data entered into online systems, and participating in the evaluation of the cats’ behavior and medical issues. Ability to work well and communicate effectively with the public, employees and volunteers. Send resumes to carin.schroff@towncats.org. • Knowledge of cat breeds, health, behavior, and handling • Familiarity with veterinary medical terminology • Knowledge of medical and behavioral challenges specific to an animal shelter strongly preferred. • Computer and internet knowledge • Ability to work independently with attention to detail.

    Closing Date: November 28, 2014 Posted: October 7, 2014
  • Executive Director

    Spay Neuter Network

    Spay Neuter Network Board of Directors is seeking a qualified, motivated and outgoing Executive Director to help us grow as an organization. The candidate will have demonstrated experience in strategic management; be an experienced, persuasive leader able to develop and communicate a vision of the future, set priorities and produce measurable long-term results; have demonstrated an ability to help head successful fundraising efforts and to maintain beneficial relationships with major donors, community leaders, foundations and donor networks; be an exceptional communicator, motivator and leader of professionals and volunteers, building strategic alliances with other nonprofits, community and national organizations; have in-depth experience in business planning, developing operating budgets and managing nonprofit finances; be a strong advocate on public policy issues; possess superior critical problem solving, strategic thinking and entrepreneurial skills. Job description available.

    Closing Date: December 31, 2014 Posted: October 7, 2014
  • Vice President of Operations

    Pet Alliance of Greater Orlando

    Responsible for Pet Alliance’s operations of 2 shelters and 2 clinics, which include animal care, adoptions, animal intake and receiving, behavior and training, customer service, retail operation, medical operations, mobile unit, facilities maintenance. Manage personnel issues for all areas of responsibility, including motivating and developing management personnel, as well as implementing and enforcing policies and carrying out disciplinary actions. Strategic insight and planning to help bring innovative and progressive ideas for the future of animal welfare to the Pet Alliance of Greater Orlando.

    Closing Date: November 30, 2014 Posted: October 7, 2014
  • Shelter Manager

    Pet Alliance of Greater Orlando

    The primary responsibilities of the Shelter Operations Manager are to: Oversee the daily performance and operations function of the shelter including: staff management, kennels, and grounds. Oversee the management of receiving, adoptions and animal daily care, including processing of all animals. Work with the Medical Manager in providing appropriate medical care to sick shelter animals. Oversee the management of a humane euthanasia process. Ensure compliance with operational objectives for legality, quality and cost effectiveness. Identify, develop, and implement creative/innovative enhancements to the existing functional processes. Anticipate problems before they arise and take actions to mitigate. The Shelter Operations Manager works in collaboration with all Pet Alliance departments and divisions. The Shelter Operations Manager/Sanford is highly visible to the public; interacts routinely with all shelter and shelter medical operations; supervises other staff.

    Closing Date: November 30, 2014 Posted: October 7, 2014
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