"Pets Are Welcome" seeks to revamp the way the housing industry treats pets and their owners.
Location: Brooksville, Florida
The Executive Director is responsible for the overall management of the organization while serving as the key spokesperson and visible community leader of the organization. The Executive Director will plan, organize, and develop programs that will meet the principles and objectives of the organization. Directs the day-to-day operation of the interests and facilities within the framework of policy and authority established by the Board of Directors, which includes public relations, personnel management and financial management.
Location: Bozeman, Montana
Heart of the Valley Animal Shelter seeks an experienced fundraising professional to serve as our Development Director. Located in beautiful Bozeman, Montana, the mission of Heart of the Valley is to find homes for the lost and abandoned animals of the Gallatin and Madison Valleys and enhance the lives of people and companion animals through outreach and education. The Development Director is tasked with the design and implementation of a comprehensive fund development program with a goal to ensure a broad base of revenue for shelter operations, services, programs, special projects.
Location: Yellville, Arkansas
We are looking for a caretaker for our small non kill shelter. We are all volunteers. Our previous caretaker passed away from health issues and we are looking for another. In exchange for daily care of animals and mowing of the premises the caretaker will be able to live on the shelter property in the beautiful ozark mountains in the modest but comfortable care taker lodge. Currently there is no pay but in the future this could change.
Location: Norfolk, Virginia
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) seeks a field worker to respond to calls from Virginia and North Carolina residents seeking assistance with various animal issues. Field workers are responsible for providing assistance with companion animal care, picking up injured or unwanted animals (including wildlife), trapping feral animals, providing owner-requested euthanasia, and conducting investigations involving neglected or abused animals.
Location: Brooklyn, New York
This is a part time position focused on executing the field work components of an active TNR (Trap, Neuter, Return) and RTF (Return to Field) program. The position includes hands on work with community cats with varying levels of socialization as well as grassroots community education.
Location: Houston, Texas
The Animal/Community Coordinator is responsible for establishing & maintaining positive, professional relations with various adoption partners and coordinating a variety of external community related animal welfare programs, primarily mobile adoption events and animal transfers. The Coordinator will display exceptional customer service as the primary Houston SPCA point of contact for the animal welfare and sheltering community.