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  • Volunteer and Community Relations Coordinator

    Humane Society of Sedona

    Coordinates all aspects of Volunteer Program which includes recruiting and supervising volunteers, as well as providing direction, coordination and consultation for all volunteer functions. Schedules and conducts volunteer orientation and training. Works with Development and Marketing Manager to represent the Humane Society in the community. Hosts and attends recruiting and other local events to attract qualified volunteers and promote Shelter activities.Will also provide administrative support to Executive Director as needed. Minimum of 2 years working within a non profit organization is preferred. Animal Shelter experience is a plus.

    Closing Date: June 19, 2015 Posted: May 15, 2015
  • Thrift Store Manager

    Humane Educational Society

    This position is responsible for conducting daily operation of the Humane Educational Society (HES) Second Chance Thrift Store, including all aspects of excellent volunteer management, facilitating a safe and healthy working and shopping environment for customers, volunteers and staff, and providing excellent customer service and generating a positive net income for HES. This includes but is not limited to: developing a store budget, training staff & volunteers, ensuring standards for product quality, monitoring daily register procedures, coordinating displays, and implementing strategic long-range planning. Requirements: This position requires previous management experience including hiring, training and supervising a team of volunteers. Retail experience at management level is required. Applicants must have excellent organizational, interpersonal and written and oral communication skills as well as proficiency in Microsoft Windows/Office, QuickBooks and web-based applications.

    Closing Date: June 15, 2015 Posted: May 14, 2015
  • Senior Accountant

    PAWS Chicago

    This position assists the Finance Department in the daily operations of the Accounts Payable, cash receipts, and Payroll functions. The Senior Accountant should be the backup to the Finance Manager to ensure the duties are completed and cross trained for most if not all duties below. Duties include, but are not limited to: -Process vendor/customer payments -Invoices, adoption fee refunds, training deposit reimbursements -Deposit donations, event income, etc. -Scan via Remote Capture -Monitor Finance email inbox -Follow up on approvals -Address employee, finance related, inquires -Review Invoices to ensure Cost Center Managers have entered -correct Cost Center and GL Account. -Reconcile the Adoption Center Revenue that is sent over weekly. --Ensure LPAC’s spreadsheet coincides with what is deposited into the bank account. -Enter in reconciled revenue in QuickBooks. -Utilize Expense Watch to facilitate the proper approval and accurate documentation of all payments.

    Closing Date: June 4, 2015 Posted: May 4, 2015
  • Site Supervisor

    Pennsylvania SPCA

    Fishtown Satellite Center - Principal duties include but are not limited to: adoption placement for PSPCA animals both at the center and at community events; meeting adoption number and revenue goals; ensuring accurate record keeping for animal disposition, maintaining clean housing and caring for all animals, monitor animal movement and arrange transfers if needed. The supervisor must create a positive experience for clients by ensuring quality customer service, providing training for staff and volunteers in all aspects of the location, assisting in volunteer programs as needed, promoting animals and PSPCA services and programs to the public, including vaccine clinics and other wellness services, behavior training, humane education, and events. The supervisor, in conjunction with other key staff, and the CEO, is a key public face of the PSPCA in Fishtown and adjacent communities.

    Closing Date: May 31, 2015 Posted: April 29, 2015
  • Clinic Manager

    Animal Welfare Association

    AWA is seeking a Clinic Manager for our high volume spay/ neuter surgery center and wellness clinic. The manager is accountable for maintaining operational standards, implementation of best practices, policies, procedures and compliance with regulations. Duties include: overall management of clinic operations, staff and volunteers, ordering medical supplies, inventory and budgeting. Necessary strengths include: management skills, communication skills, budgeting and inventory management, veterinary knowledge and program management. Minimum requirements: A.A. degree, 5 years of professional experience with 3 years at the management level. Prior shelter clinic management experience preferred. Salary and benefit package are competitive for South Jersey region. A pre-hiring and random drug testing and background check is possible. Please see our www.awanj.org for full job description. To apply send your resume and cover letter to Stacie DaBolt, DO at stacied@awanj.org by May 30th.

    Closing Date: May 30, 2015 Posted: April 28, 2015
  • Volunteer and Community Programs Coordinator

    Women's Humane Society

    The Volunteer and Community Programs Coordinator is responsible for representing the Women’s Humane Society in the community through outreach, volunteer recruitment, humane advocacy, training and education programs. This position works with the general public, housing contacts, schools, and other organizations to plan and develop community outreach programs to promote the humane treatment of animals and prevent animal cruelty. The Volunteer and Community Programs Coordinator is responsible for establishing a presence in the community to educate the public and establish a pro-active approach to preventing animal neglect through visits with stores, community agencies, and housing complexes to educate and advocate for animal welfare. The Volunteer and Community Programs Coordinator also serves as a resource for volunteers and staff, especially those in shelter positions, to educate regarding best practices in humane treatment of animals both in our care and in the community.

    Closing Date: June 27, 2015 Posted: April 27, 2015
  • New Hope Liaison

    Animal Care and Control of NYC

    Review, select and place companion animals as well as exotic animals that are surrendered to the AC&C. Build and maintain relationships with animal welfare adoption partners.

    Closing Date: June 19, 2015 Posted: April 14, 2015
  • Foster Program Liaison

    Animal Care and Control of NYC

    The Foster Program Liaison is responsible for providing support to both the foster program and off-site adoption events.

    Closing Date: June 19, 2015 Posted: April 14, 2015
  • Adoption Counselor

    Animal Care and Control of NYC

    Adoption Counselor promotes public adoption of animals at all AC&C adoption locations or events; provides excellent and enthusiastic customer service to potential customers through adoption counseling, answering questions, and assisting with animal interactions and paperwork and provide with enthusiasm and based on knowledge of AC&C’s policies and adoption process. College degree preferred; H.S. Diploma required. Adoption and animal experience in a shelter a must. Visit www.nycacc.org/careers.htm for a full job description.

    Closing Date: June 11, 2015 Posted: April 9, 2015
  • Clinic Practice Manager

    Pets In Need of Greater Cincinnati, Inc.

    Pets in Need of Greater Cincinnati is a small but fast-growing nonprofit organization that’s filling a huge need. Our clinic in Lockland provides high-quality, affordable and compassionate veterinary care for cats and dogs from low-income households in the Greater Cincinnati area. We’re looking for just the right person to join our team and participate in the achievement of our mission, objectives and goals. The Clinic Practice Manager will work under the supervision of the Executive Director. This position is responsible for all aspects of the day-to-day functioning of the clinic and its staff. It is a part- time (approximately 25 hours per week), salaried position with some weekend or evening hours required. Primary responsibilities include supervision of clinic staff, purchasing and inventory, accounts payable, HR and payroll and management of the facility.

    Closing Date: May 31, 2015 Posted: March 26, 2015
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