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  • Community Cat Project Assistant

    Best Friends Animal Society

    Do you love cats even when you can’t pet them? Do you want to help save their lives through trap/neuter/return? We’re looking for someone with experience, professionalism, a great attitude and a lot of love to give to community cats in the Philadelphia area. Best Friends Animal Society is looking for a Community Cat Project Assistant to help reduce Philadelphia’s feral cat populations and reduce cat shelter deaths. Responsible for carrying out fieldwork in Philadelphia, trapping and working with caregivers of free-roaming cats for spay/neuter. Transport cats to and from shelter and other spay/neuter providers and return cats back to their colony locations. The assistant will also perform administrative duties as assigned by Community Cat Project Coordinator. Check out the complete job descriptions and apply today at: The position is listed under Regional.

    Closing Date: December 8, 2015 Posted: October 8, 2015
  • Experienced Dog Handler

    Found Chicago

    Found Chicago Found Chicago is seeking an experienced dog handler to join our team! The preferred applicant has experience working with dogs in a kennel setting, is comfortable working with dogs of all temperaments, and has a flexible schedule. Duties include but are not limited to: exercising dogs one-on-one and assisting in playgroups as necessary, cleaning and facility maintenance, checking dogs in and out of boarding/daycare, feeding and administering medication, as well as overseeing the well being of all animals while they are in Found Chicago’s care.

    Closing Date: December 31, 2015 Posted: September 22, 2015
  • Animal Behavior Coordinator

    Connecticut Humane Society

    In cooperation with shelter management develop and manage the behavior and enrichment programs. Identify target areas, develop and implement behavior modification programs for the selected behavioral problems in dogs, cats, and other species. Assist with program evaluation- data collection, entry, analysis, preparation and presentation. Works with other behavior and customer service personnel to intake all dogs and special needs cats. Provides oversight/training on S.A.F.E.R. testing and handling assessment incoming animals. Responsible for creating and carrying out behavior modification programs for all assigned cases. Create standard behavior training protocols for other staff to use. Provide behavior consultations to adopters and others as needed. Create and present behavior training for volunteers and animal handling and dog walking training for staff. CHS is an Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/D/V.

    Closing Date: December 31, 2015 Posted: September 11, 2015
  • Animal Care Technician

    South Lake Animal League

    Two full-time positions open for an Animal Care Technician. Salary: $9-10 Hourly; depending on experience. Job Type: Full-time. Shift: One position open 2:00 pm—9:00 pm; One position open for 7:00 am - 4:00 pm. Requires weekends and some holidays. The ACT is responsible for providing humane handling and care for all animals while assuring all animal’s needs are met on a daily basis. The position is required to assist the practitioners to the fullest extent possible, to help improve the quality of care given to the adoptable animals in the care of the SLAL and to aid the practitioners in achieving greater efficiency by relieving them of technical work and administrative detail. This position will serve as a liaison between the attending veterinarian, other staff, and the client.They will provide caring, humane treatment to animals in a safe healthy environment. Veterinary/Animal Care Experience Strongly Preferred.Job is physically demanding. MUST be reliable and dependable.

    Closing Date: December 31, 2015 Posted: September 1, 2015
  • Animal Care Officer

    Animal Care Centers of NYC

    Under the direction of the Supervisors and Manager, the Animal Care Officer provides a high standard of animal care to ensure the welfare of animals at the AC&C Care Centers. Creates a healthy environment for all animals by monitoring their behavior, maintaining the cleanliness of kennels, and providing exercise and socialization.

    Closing Date: December 31, 2015 Posted: August 28, 2015
  • Canine Behavior Assessor

    Animal Care Centers of NYC

    Evaluate and assist with the determination of canine behavior while in AC&C's care through SAFER assessments and other behavioral tools. Examples of Duties and Responsibilities: Perform SAFER aggression Assessment 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.

    Closing Date: December 31, 2015 Posted: August 28, 2015
  • Enrichment Facilitator

    Animal Care Centers of NYC

    Provide behavioral enrichment to the animals in Animal Care and Control of New York City’s (AC&C) care; including exercise, behavioral enrichment, and basic training; to provide mental stimulation promoting health and well being.

    Closing Date: December 31, 2015 Posted: August 28, 2015
  • Animal Behavior Coordinator

    Houston SPCA

    The Houston SPCA is currently seeking an Animal Behavior Coordinator to be responsible for the daily functions and success of the Animal Behavior Program. The focus of this position will be to provide leadership and develop training and enrichment programs for shelter animals. This individual will assist in the decision making process for the disposition of animals based on their behavior assessment. This position will also provide assistance to volunteers, staff and the public on behavior issues based on departmental guidelines. Qualified applicants will possess knowledge, skills, abilities and the experience necessary to perform all job function. In addition the applicant must hold a certification as a dog trainer, behaviorist, or consultant. Animal welfare experience is preferred although not required. For immediate consideration, please apply online at or email your resume to

    Closing Date: December 31, 2015 Posted: August 17, 2015
  • Feline Transport Assistance Driver (Volunteer)

    PurrHaven, Inc.

    PurrHaven, Inc has received grants to fund spay neuter for unowned feral cats and begin to put an end cat overpopulation in Washington County Maryland. But we need volunteers to get these needy kitties from the Hagerstown Maryland area to the Metro Ferals spay neuter clinic in Eldersburg Maryland which is open every other Sunday. You can either do the morning drive in to the clinic and the afternoon pickup or just one of the shifts. You must love animals, be a cautious, careful driver, be on time, and have excellent driving record and no criminal background. Your vehicle must be enclosed and climate controlled (no open bed pickup trucks) and accommodate a minimum of 5 covered humane traps with cats. Even if you can only volunteer just one time, you will be contributing to ending feline over population and saving lives. Our benefits are: stipend for gas, and free dry bagged cat food, or a gift certificate for lunch for two at the new Big Cork Vineyard for in Rohrersville Maryland.

    Closing Date: December 31, 2015 Posted: May 28, 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
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