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  • Animal Caregiver – Rescue and Recovery Center

    PAWS Chicago

    Playing one of the most crucial roles in the direct care of all PAWS Chicago internal animals, Animal Caregivers are responsible for the daily care and cleaning of all animals in the adoption program within PAWS Chicago. This includes: daily feeding, medicating and cleaning of all animal areas (both dogs and cats). Also may require walking of dogs if no volunteers available. Animal Caregivers are responsible for closely monitoring and following through with the medication and medical/behavior observation logs to ensure each animal is receiving the PAWS Chicago care standard. They must obey any animal exercise restrictions. In addition to caring for all of the internal animals at PAWS Chicago, Animal Caregivers are also responsible for ensuring that common areas that are a part of the rescue and recovery area are clean and maintained. This includes: vacuuming, mopping and taking out trash for all kennels and common areas (playroom, walkways dog bathing room & laundry areas).

    Closing Date: August 10, 2014 Posted: July 10, 2014
  • Canine Behavior Assessor

    Animal Care & Control of NYC

    Evaluate and assist with the determination of canine behavior while in AC&C’s care through SAFER assessments and other behavioral tools. • Perform SAFER assessments in accordance with SAFER guidelines • Review and evaluate all behavior information available on dogs to accurately determine behavior status in accordance with AC&C’s Placement Policy • Videotape and upload videos of all assessments performed • Accurately and thoroughly enter assessments into Chameleon database • Communicate concerns regarding any animals that may be of danger to staff and the general public • Adhere to all safety guidelines to minimize incidents of aggression. This includes determining if an assessment is not possible due to safety concerns and/or animal stress level • Maintain supply inventory and request additional supplies when needed • Perform follow-up and further investigation of behavior concerns noted during SAFER, including additional dog-to-dog interactions

    Closing Date: November 30, 2014 Posted: July 9, 2014
  • Intake Program Coordinator

    PAWS Chicago

    The role of the Intake Program Coordinator is to admit cats and dogs that are going to become part of the PAWS Chicago Adoption Program. This role is responsible for partnering with the main sources of intake: Chicago’s Animal Care and Control, Owner Relinquishment Partnering Program, and other shelters. This position is also responsible for conducting behavior assessments of animals and interfacing with our key sourcing partners, the public, and volunteers. Requirements •Passion for animals and animal welfare •Some previous animal handling experience required •Knowledge of and practical experience on blood draws for testing •Trained in proper animal restraint •Strong communication and interpersonal skills; ability and desire to interface with the public, volunteers, and key organizational partners •Ability to rationalize when faced with emotional decisions •Weekend and evening availability •Experience with Microsoft Office •Bachelor’s degree preferred

    Closing Date: August 9, 2014 Posted: July 9, 2014
  • Intake & Behavior Manager

    Tony La Russa's Animal Rescue Foundation

    ARF saves dogs and cats who have run out of time at public shelters and brings people and animals together to enrich each others’ lives. The Intake & Behavior Manager works collaboratively with all animal program staff to maximize the number of cats and dogs transferred in from shelter partners, and sees they receive adequate treatment, and are placed into new homes as quickly as possible. Their team is responsible for identification, prevention and handling of behavior issues in shelter guests and will address behavior needs in a timely manner to maximize shelter/adoption center space and meet agency lifesaving and placement goals. They will ensure that internal education and community-directed training classes are held to high professional standards of delivery and content and comply with ARF’s training philosophy, with a focus on enhancing the human/animal bond to keep families together. To apply see: http://www.arf.net/about/jobs.php

    Closing Date: August 1, 2014 Posted: July 7, 2014
  • Animal Care Supervisor

    Humane Society of Chittenden County

    The Humane Society of Chittenden County (HSCC) is seeking a highly-skilled, organized & dynamic individual to join the team and fill the role of Animal Care Supervisor. The ideal candidate will possess extensive professional, management-level experience in a shelter or animal rescue setting, be proficient in animal handling, behavior, training and husbandry, and have demonstrated leadership capabilities. The Animal Care Supervisor is responsible for managing the flow of animals- approximately 950 cats, dogs and small animals such as rabbits, ferrets and rodents each year- from intake to adoption, and for supervising and training animal care staff, interns and volunteers.

    Closing Date: July 31, 2014 Posted: July 7, 2014
  • Animal Care Officer

    Animal Care & 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 or smorris@nycacc.org to apply

    Closing Date: December 31, 2014 Posted: July 3, 2014
  • Animal Care Generalist

    Bideawee

    The Animal Care Generalist provides supportive services to all Bideawee Adoption Center locations under the direction of the Director of Adoptions and Resident Care. The ACG is responsible for the transportation of Adoption Center staff, animals and supplies to and from multiple locations as required, and during down-time will be required to assist the staff at the Prevention and Wellness Satellite (PAWS) at the Wantagh Campus for People and Pets with in-house care of dogs and cats, which may include feeding, cleaning, socializing, exercising, grooming and laundry.

    Closing Date: September 30, 2014 Posted: July 3, 2014
  • Kennel Technician (Part-Time)

    Atlanta Pet Rescue & Adoption

    Well established non-profit 501c3 dog and cat rescue seeks part time kennel technician. A strong work ethic, positive attitude, and ability to adapt to any situation or job duty is a must. Must be able to stay calm and focused in a fast-paced environment and have a passion for animal welfare. Must be a team player. Must be able to lift 40 pounds and not be afraid to get dirty, move quickly, and work hard. This position has the potential to branch out into other areas of the organization, so we are looking for a person who is flexible and willing to step outside of their job duties. Must be available early mornings, nights, weekends, and holidays. Please email resume and cover letter. Veterinary or rescue experience preferred.

    Closing Date: December 31, 2014 Posted: July 3, 2014
  • Animal Shelter Attendant

    Ellen M. Gifford Sheltering Home

    Performs animal care, manages kennel operations required to maintain and operate the shelter in a sanitary, humane, and efficient manner in accordance with industry standards, policies/procedures. Perform spot inspections. Maintains safe, sanitary, and pleasant working conditions for employees, volunteers, and animals at the shelter. Assist public with adoption choices, and interacts with volunteers regularly. Oversees transport of animals to vets. Provide information to the public; promote good animal care and responsible pet ownership. Identifies problems with animals and notifies shelter director. Performs record keeping, administers vaccines, intake exam and adoption paperwork. Maintains proper inventory levels of various supplies. Oversees the shelter’s volunteer program. Knowledge of basic animal care, identification and handles animals safely and effectively. Communicate effectively with staff, and volunteers in a professional,pleasant, respectful, and tactful manner.

    Closing Date: August 9, 2014 Posted: July 2, 2014
  • Animal Care Technician

    Animal Care League

    Animal Care Technician to provide quality daily care for animals. Responsibilities include cleaning and disinfecting of kennels and cages, sweeping, mopping, laundry, dish washing, feeding of animals, administering medications, assisting with vaccinations, and monitoring sick, quarantined and injured animals. Candidates must possess a strong work ethic, ability to multi-task, and work with a team. Exceptional time management and organizational skills are required. Desired candidates have the capacity to handle physically and emotionally stressful situations. Compassion for people is essential. Must be available to work weekends, holidays and able to lift 50 pounds. One year animal experience required. Submit cover letter and resume to sheltermanager@animalcareleague.org.

    Closing Date: August 9, 2014 Posted: July 2, 2014
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