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  • Animal Care Officer – Client Services

    Animal Care Centers of NYC

    he Animal Care Officer – Client Services (ACO-CS) is the face of Animal Care and Control of NYC and is responsible for providing professional, world-class service to all internal and external clients in a way that reflects the values and mission of AC&C. The ACO-CS will be responsible for greeting clients, directing clients to other departments when necessary, and providing information about all AC&C services including animal admission, adoption, health and behavior. The ACO-CS will also be expected to answer questions about fees, legal requirements, TNR, external resources, and other topics. ACO-CS is required to treat all clients with respect and professionalism.

    Closing Date: September 30, 2015 Posted: July 7, 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: September 30, 2015 Posted: July 7, 2015
  • Animal Control Officer

    Animal Care Centers of NYC

    Under the supervision of the Field Supervisor, provide animal control and rescue through field assignments. Respond to calls in field, drive vehicle safely throughout five boroughs or other areas transporting and impounding animals, and educate public on animal related issues as part of field call.

    Closing Date: September 30, 2015 Posted: July 7, 2015
  • Weekend Veterinarian at Animal Shelter

    LifeLine at DeKalb Animal Services

    LifeLine at DeKalb County Animal Services is seeking a weekend veterinarian at the animal shelter. Candidate needs to be able to work both Saturday and Sunday when our weekday veterinarian is off. Responsibilities include maintaining the health of animals in the shelter, performing diagnostic exams and tests, prescribing medications for animals at the shelter, spaying/neutering all adopted animals (including pediatric, high volume), preventative medical care, prompt diagnosis and treatment of illness, performing emergency surgeries on injured animals, ordering supplies/medications and supervising vet techs. Other tasks as assigned. Georgia License required.

    Closing Date: September 30, 2015 Posted: July 6, 2015
  • Shelter Behavior Specialist

    Charlottesville Albemarle SPCA

    The ideal candidate will have formal training in animal behavior (Certified Applied Animal Behaviorist, advanced degree in animal behavior or welfare) or three years of experience in a related field. While emphasis is placed on these qualifications, all interested applicants are encouraged to apply as we are dedicated to finding the right match for our community. For information please visit our website at www.caspca.org

    Closing Date: September 30, 2015 Posted: July 2, 2015
  • Shelter Veterinarian

    Peninsula Humane Society

    Progressive AAHA accredited open-door shelter in the San Francisco Bay Area is seeking a Veterinarian to join our team. Duties would include providing medical care for shelter animals (domestic, exotics and wildlife), emergency care for stray animals, performing spay/neuter surgeries in our low-cost on-site and free mobile clinic, seeing post-adoption medical appointments and assisting in humane investigations of animal abuse. Work with a staff of 5 doctors, 3 RVTs and 10 vet assistants. Participate in staff training, public education and special events. Seeking an enthusiastic individual with good communication skills. Recent graduates are welcome. Competitive salary and benefits package.

    Closing Date: December 31, 2015 Posted: July 1, 2015
  • Fundraising and Events Manager (Part-Time)

    Ruff Start Rescue

    The Fundraising and Events Manager (20 hr/wk) plans, organizes and implements special and major events for fundraising and public relations purposes, cultivating new and existing donor relationships, securing event sponsorship and in-kind donations as needed. This is a broad role that requires experience across many areas and strong multitasking skills. While this role can be largely done from home and on-location, you will need to come to our office in Princeton on a regular basis.

    Closing Date: December 31, 2015 Posted: June 25, 2015
  • Placement Manager (Part-Tme)

    Ruff Start Rescue

    The Placement Manager oversees, directs, and evaluates the work of our Placement Team, which consists of PCs (placement coordinators) and FCs (foster coordinators). Our Placement Team acts as liaisons between potential adopters and the fosters caring for our animals. This position helps employees and volunteers work as a team and ensures foster families as well as potential fosters and adopters are well taken care of. Through process and relationship management, the Placement Manager helps ensures pet adoptions move quickly and smoothly, so that we can save as many animals as possible. This is a crucial role with a lot of moving parts and a large team to support and manage.

    Closing Date: December 31, 2015 Posted: June 25, 2015
  • Veterinarian (Part or Full-Time)

    Philadelphia Animal Welfare Society

    PAWS is hiring a full time or part time veterinarian. The schedule is still being determined but will include at least one weekend day weekly. This position will float between our two clinics. High volume spay/neuter a plus but willing to train the right candidate. PAWS Wellness Clinic provides a means for low income families and animal rescue organizations in Philadelphia to access basic veterinary services for their dogs and cats. The clinic is equipped with the medications and resources to handle routine outpatient cases including wellness exams, skin conditions, upper respiratory infections, gastrointestinal disease, non-emergent urinary tract conditions, minor soft-tissue injuries, and other preventative care. The clinic veterinarian is responsible for examining in-house shelter animals that require medical attention as well as seeing approximately 15-20 appointments through the outpatient clinic.

    Closing Date: November 30, 2015 Posted: June 16, 2015
  • President of Pet Alliance of Greater Orlando

    Pet Allinace of Greater Orlando

    The President is responsible for the overall management and leadership of the organization. Serving as the key spokesperson and visible leader of the Pet Alliance of Greater Orlando, the President must also be able to publicly speak about the Pet Alliance’s work and service to the community while demonstrating a fundamental understanding of our programs and services. Qualifications: • Bachelor's Degree highly preferred. Equivalent experience may be considered. • Minimum of 10 years management experience, preferably in a non-profit environment. • Demonstrated success in non-profit development. • Demonstrated success in leading a complex organization. • Ability to make strong decisions in a high-exposure environment with competing priorities. • Professional animal care experience. • Experience working with a non-profit board of directors.

    Closing Date: September 30, 2015 Posted: June 15, 2015
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