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  • Vice President of Operations

    Pet Alliance of Greater Orlando

    Responsible for Pet Alliance’s operations of 2 shelters and 2 clinics, which include animal care, adoptions, animal intake and receiving, behavior and training, customer service, retail operation, medical operations, mobile unit, facilities maintenance. Manage personnel issues for all areas of responsibility, including motivating and developing management personnel, as well as implementing and enforcing policies and carrying out disciplinary actions. Strategic insight and planning to help bring innovative and progressive ideas for the future of animal welfare to the Pet Alliance of Greater Orlando.

    Closing Date: November 30, 2014 Posted: October 7, 2014
  • Shelter Supervisor

    Cat Adoption Team

    The Shelter Supervisor helps ensure that the shelter and its staff operate in an efficient, productive, and financially responsible manner. This includes managing shelter associates and caregivers, maintaining the professional appearance and cleanliness of the shelter, providing excellent customer service (interacts with adopters, clients, fosters, and volunteers), overseeing the adoption programs and events, and caring for our cats. The Shelter Supervisor will work with all staff members and volunteers to help CAT succeed in its mission. This position is also responsible for administering CAT’s adoption program, including coordinating Adoption Counselor training and updating adoption policies and procedures. Applicants should be willing to work weekends. Previous shelter or veterinary experience is preferred but not required. A track record of excellent customer service and two years managerial/supervisory experience is required.

    Closing Date: December 3, 2014 Posted: October 3, 2014
  • Shelter Manager/Veterinary Technician

    MetroWest Humane Society

    MetroWest Humane Society is a non-profit, no-kill, cat shelter, located in Ashland, MA. Responsible for management of shelter operations. Supervise and train staff/volunteers, interact with public. Ensure safety and sanitation of facility, manage intake of cats, monitor health and behavior of cats, coordinate vet care, maintain medical records. Certified veterinary technician required. Strong management experience required; preferably with animal shelter or a non-profit organization is preferred. Preferred skills and experience: Extensive experience handling and working with cats, strong knowledge of feline behavior. Ability to triage health issues, administer medications. Self-motivated; strong organizational, leadership, communication, and computer skills; detail oriented; effective at multitasking and prioritizing. Demonstrated experience dealing with people in a professional manner. Full time, salaried position. Send resume to president@metrowesthumanesociety.org

    Closing Date: December 31, 2014 Posted: September 2, 2014
  • Animal Control Manager

    County of Los Angeles, Dept. of Animal Care and Control

    Receives administrative direction from a Deputy Director and are responsible for the operations of an animal shelter in an assigned geographical area or for providing management services and administrative coordination for a comprehensive Countywide animal care and control program that has significant impact to the Department such as Revenue Services or Animal Rescue/Field Services.

    Closing Date: July 22, 2015 Posted: July 23, 2014
  • Director of Shelter Operations

    Whitman County Humane Society

    The Whitman County Humane Society (WCHS) in Pullman, Washington seeks a Director of Shelter Operations to oversee the daily operations of our no-kill pet shelter and adoption facility, AnimalHaven. Duties include supervision and maintenance of kennel and adoption areas, and volunteers; interactions with donors, members of the Humane Society, and members of the general public; staff training; and maintaining and improving customer service and animal care. Desired start date as soon as possible. To view the full position description, please visit http://whitmanpets.org/news/default.asp#371. To apply: E-mail cover letter, resume, and names of three professional references to webmaster@whitmanpets.org. Salary is dependent upon experience and WCHS budgetary considerations. This position is normally not overtime-eligible, and WCHS cannot provide relocation. Select paid holidays, 10 days paid vacation after completion of the first year, and a medical insurance benefit are included.

    Closing Date: December 31, 2014 Posted: June 1, 2014
  • Shelter Manager

    ACCT Philly

    ACCT Philly manages one of the largest Animal Care and Control contracts in the North Eastern United States. Located in Philadelphia, PA we experience an annual intake of approximately 32,000 animals per year. We are looking for a talented, go getter to manage the care and movement of animals from intake to exit with an emphasis on increasing live exits. The Shelter manager must be able to make sound decisions, willing to work weekends, holidays and have the ability to meet challenges with creative problem solving skills. For more details, or to submit a resume please contact jobs@acctphilly.org. Our statistics are posted at www.acctphilly.org.

    Closing Date: January 31, 2014 Posted: November 26, 2013
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