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  • Community Cat Program Coordinator

    Animal Care and Control of NYC

    The Community Cat Program Coordinator is responsible for the coordination of all aspects of AC&C’s TNR (Trap, Neuter, Return) and RTF (Return to Field) programs, ensuring that flow and efficiency are maintained while ensuring humane handling and individualized attention for each cat that participates in the program. The CCPC works closely with the Admissions and Medical departments to ensuring timely identification and processing of program cats and in collaboration with program assistants coordinates performs field work, trapping and releasing of cats, and community relations.

    Closing Date: June 19, 2015 Posted: April 14, 2015
  • Registered Veterinary Technician - Adoption Department

    Butte Humane Society

    Responsibilities: Provide medical care under guidance of veterinarian for animals in shelter/foster care. Perform health evaluations for incoming/in care animals. Manage database to keep accurate records to ensure regular preventives are administered to animals and ensure timely progression to adoption. Perform humane euthanasia for public animals and occasionally untreatable BHS animals. Oversee medical and cross contamination protocol and ensure they’re followed by staff. Schedule: Full-time, M-F. Requirements: Valid RVT license. Experience in animal welfare, shelter operations or spay/neuter clinics a plus. Experience with humane animal handling/restraint techniques of healthy, ill and feral animals. Computer literate and able to master veterinary software used. Ability to understand and communicate pertinent medical information with colleagues and clients. Self-motivated. Able to lift approx. 40lbs. Wages/Benefits: TBD. Complete job description available during interview.

    Closing Date: April 14, 2016 Posted: April 14, 2015
  • Adoption Counselor

    Animal Care and Control of NYC

    Promote public adoption of animals at all AC&C adoption locations or events. Provide excellent and enthusiastic customer service to potential customers through adoption counseling, answering questions, and assisting with animal interactions and paperwork. Provide with enthusiasm and based on knowledge of AC&C’s policies and adoption process.

    Closing Date: June 17, 2015 Posted: April 14, 2015
  • Adoption Counselor (Part-Time)

    Animal Care League

    Animal Care League is seeking Adoption Counselors to facilitate successful matches for our animals. Responsibilities include reviewing adoption applications, counseling patrons regarding responsible pet care, introducing the public to our animals, and making sound decisions for animals and adopters. Duties also include greeting clients, responding to emails and phone calls, entering data in software system and promoting programs. Candidates must enjoy working with people, have the ability to engage clients and provide exceptional customer service. Candidates must be knowledgeable about animal breeds, behavior and health. Previous employment in an animal related field is required. High School diploma and valid driver license required. Schedules include afternoons, early evenings and weekends. Send resume to

    Closing Date: May 13, 2015 Posted: April 14, 2015
  • Volunteer Coordinator

    Benton Franklin Humane Society

    If you like people and helping them help animals, then this is the right job for you. This 30 hour a week includes, volunteer wrangling, adoption events helping with fundraising, assisted living visits and more! Salary DOE. Insurance, paid holidays and all the puppy snuggles you can handle! Please send resume to

    Closing Date: July 14, 2015 Posted: April 14, 2015
  • Intake Manager

    Ruff Start Rescue

    As Intake Manager, you will be responsible to oversee a group of intake coordinators/ perform the same duties as an intake coordinator as well as more. The intake manager will ensure that we are taking in the right amount of animals into the rescue on a monthly basis in comparison with previous months/years and also monitor the reports of outgoing numbers. You will be responsible to make sure the intake department runs smoothly and that RSR is represented as a professional organization to our fosters, sending shelters, owner surrenders, and internal volunteers. You are a leader and will need to set a good example. You will train intake coordinators and ensure they are doing their job accurately. You will be in contact with owners and shelters who inquire on surrendering an animal to us. You will coordinate with foster homes and placement coordinators to place the animals. For a more detailed description on the role, please see our listing here:

    Closing Date: May 13, 2015 Posted: April 13, 2015
  • Lead Veterinarian

    Feral Cat Spay/Neuter Project

    Feral Cat Spay/Neuter Clinic, founded in 1997 and one of the leading feline spay/neuter clinics in WA, is seeking a part time Lead Veterinarian for out clinic, with annual volume of approximately 6,000 surgeries of free roaming and owned cats. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: delivery of veterinary care of the highest quality, developing and implementing medical protocols, auditing of medical records to ensure accuracy and compliance, providing coaching and feedback to clinic staff with Medical Director, consulting with the Medical Director on organizational needs. Required knowledge and abilities: ability to perform high volume spay/neuter (50 per day with 25 of them being spays), ability to anticipate and identify problems and needs to solve them and/or communicate them appropriately, establish and maintain cooperative and effective working relationships. Leadership experience needed to coach, train, and develop staff.

    Closing Date: May 31, 2015 Posted: April 13, 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 to apply.

    Closing Date: June 15, 2015 Posted: April 13, 2015
  • Animal Caretaker/Adoption Counselor

    Mt. Pleasant Animal Shelter

    Mt. Pleasant Animal Shelter,located in East Hanover, NJ is seeking an animal caretaker/adoption counselor to join our dedicated team. This is an entry level position with opportunity for growth in a rapidly expanding organization. Duties include cleaning kennels and catteries, feeding pets, walking dogs of all sizes and breeds, laundry and dishes, stocking of supplies and other duties as directed. Position will grow into adoption counseling. Starting salary is $10.00 per hour with an evaluation after a three month probationary period. Once past probation, benefits include fully paid medical and dental,and vacation/personal time. Send resume to or stop in to complete an application. Must have reliable transportation and be able to accommodate a flexible schedule.

    Closing Date: May 31, 2015 Posted: April 12, 2015
  • Shelter Manager

    Society for Treatment of Abandoned & Fractured Friends

    We are a 501(c)3 no-kill facility with 6 employees and a large number of volunteers. This position is Responsible for animal care & admin functions. Areas include, but not limited to, animal admissions/adoptions, record-keeping, emotional/medical well-being of animals, team building/management of staff & volunteers, social media, shelter software programs, attend community events & meetings and assists in fundraising event organizing. Reports to: President and Board of Directors. Salary: salary is commensurate with experience and skills. Day work hours which may vary to include eves/weekends. Responsibilities: Leadership/Communication, Fiscal Management, Planning/Development, Training, Record-keeping, Animal Care/Evaluation/Adoption, Sanitation/Safety, Community Education. Desired Experience: Preferred two years Supervisory experience in the management/care of animals in shelter/humane society. Valid driver's license w/insurable driving record; Exceptional communications skills.

    Closing Date: May 15, 2015 Posted: April 11, 2015
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