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  • Development Officer

    Central Vermont Humane Society

    The Major Donor Officer works closely with the Executive Director to develop and implement strategy for cultivating individual major gifts to meet short and long-term goals of the organization. The primary objective of the Major Donor Officer is to develop long-term relationships built on a firm understanding of donors’ interests, passions and values.lists.

    Closing Date: November 30, 2015 Posted: September 11, 2015
  • Spay/Neuter Veterinarian (Part-Time)

    Denver Dumb Friends League

    Responsibilities: Perform surgical procedures on a daily basis including high-volume HQHV spay/castration. Perform other surgical procedures including dentistry, and various soft tissue and orthopedic procedures. Perform veterinary healthcare functions including examination and treatment of animals. Work with cruelty investigations staff for evaluation, documentation and testimony about the condition of animals involved in investigations. Consult and provide assistance to patrons and external veterinarians regarding animals. Direct the work of technicians and assistants. Contribute to and lead initiatives to improve processes and procedures. Perform data entry to update animal records. As part of the mobile clinic team, represent the League in the media.

    Closing Date: November 11, 2015 Posted: September 11, 2015
  • Veterinarian (Part-Time)

    Thomas Beath Veterinary Hospital

    Non-profit, veterinary hospital seeks part-time, veterinarian-in-charge. Approx. 10 hours per month. Check drug logs and inspect hospital for compliance with Virginia Veterinary board requirements. Serve on the Board of Directors. Easy, stress free position. Supplement income. Hours flexible.

    Closing Date: November 30, 2015 Posted: September 11, 2015
  • Executive Director

    Al-Van Humane Society, Inc.

    We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit in a beautiful lakefront community in SW Michigan. We seek an Executive Director who is strongly committed to the no-kill philosophy and ready to lead. Responsibilities: work with Board of Directors to develop and implement policies; oversee shelter operations, budget and financial management; increase revenues; diversify funding; serve as primary grant writer; represent Al-Van to our community. Qualifications: Three years' experience in administrative, financial and staff management in a humane animal environment; Bachelor's Degree or higher, prefer Business Administration, Public Administration or Animal Science degree; ability to develop and manage budget and database; grant writing experience; exceptional organizational, communication and customer service skills; calm and professional demeanor. Salary commensurate with experience. Please send resume and cover letter with salary requirements to Tim Kotas at No phone calls.

    Closing Date: November 30, 2015 Posted: September 11, 2015
  • Animal Caretaker (Part-Time)

    Middleburg Humane Foundation

    Part-time experienced Animal Caretaker needed at the Middleburg Humane Foundation (MHF) located in Marshall, VA. MHF is a farm shelter for abused, neglected, and at-risk animals. Applicant must be comfortable and have experience working around dogs, cats, horses and other livestock, be able to perform indoor/outdoor chores, be capable of bending, lifting, and carrying 50-75#s, and attentive to the needs of animals that require our specialized care. Excellent housekeeping/cleaning/time management skills a must. This position involves a lot of cleaning all areas of the facility. Weekend hours are required. Animal care experience in an animal shelter or animal related field required. Applicant must have a valid driver's license.

    Closing Date: October 31, 2015 Posted: September 10, 2015
  • Veterinary Technician (Part or Full-Time)

    Middleburg Humane Foundation

    The Middleburg Humane Foundation (MHF) is seeking a PT or FT veterinary technician, license preferred, with at least 2 years of experience. MHF is a small and very unique rescue organization that specializes in the rescue and rehabilitation of abused and neglected animals. Animals include, dogs, cats, horses and various livestock. Candidate will help track/perform all medical care needed (small animals only - large animal experience is not needed), schedule spay/neuter/medical appointments, order supplies and field inquiries from individuals asking for medical assistance. This is a very rewarding job opportunity for anyone interested in animal welfare. We want you to grow with us! In approximately 2 years, we are moving into a new state of the art facility (2 miles from our current location). The new facility will include an adoption center, spay/neuter clinic, grooming salon and retail shop. To read more about our organization, visit our website:

    Closing Date: October 31, 2015 Posted: September 10, 2015
  • Director of Communications & Media Relations

    Baltimore Animal Rescue & Care Shelter

    The Baltimore Animal Rescue and Care Shelter (BARCS) has an opening for a full time Director of Communications & Media Relations, who is responsible for enhancing the organization's messaging and visibility in the community, primarily through relationships with mass media and social media. The Director of Communications & Media Relations will create a strategic multi-faceted communications plan & brand management process to support the organization’s mission, goals & objectives that includes the organization’s communications needs, key audiences, key messages, communications tactics, and benchmarks; To see full job description go to To apply, submit cover letter & resume to or fax to 410.783.6266.

    Closing Date: November 30, 2015 Posted: September 9, 2015
  • Wildlife Rehabilitator and Animal Caretaker

    Wildlife Rescue and Rehabilitation, Inc.

    Caretakers work with a wide variety of Texas native avian, mammal, and reptile species, farmed and companion animals. These animals include, but are not limited to, opossums, raccoons, songbirds, deer, waterfowl, turtles and tortoises, parrots, ungulates, bovines, cats, and dogs. This position is intense and involves substantial physical labor (must be able to lift 50 pounds) in all types of outdoor conditions. One can expect to work 40-60 hours per week, depending on the season, including day and evening shifts, weekends, and holidays. This position involves substantial animal care responsibilities, triage of new arrival patients, administrative duties (record keeping and telephone work), and fieldwork involving rescues, releases and transportation of animals. Daily responsibilities include feeding, cleaning enclosures, monitoring behavior and enrichment activities. You will also engage in public interaction and education through hotline shifts and working with volunteers.

    Closing Date: November 1, 2015 Posted: September 9, 2015
  • Outreach & Administrative Coordinator

    Project Coyote

    The Outreach & Administrative Coordinator will assist with external outreach/communication efforts for the organization as well as internal operations. In addition, she or he will help to support and coordinate volunteers and liaise with Project Coyote State Representatives and Advisory Board members. This is an exciting opportunity to join an expanding non-profit organization that is at a critical juncture in its growth. This position requires coordinating priorities with senior management for fulfilling organization’s mission and goals. This person will assist with ensuring smooth internal operations and coordinating Project Coyote’s external communications with donors, volunteers, vendors and the general public. Project Coyote’s mission is to promote coexistence between people and wildlife through education, science, and advocacy. (Project Coyote is a fiscally sponsored project of Earth Island Institute.)

    Closing Date: October 15, 2015 Posted: September 8, 2015
  • Shelter Veterinarian

    Benton Franklin Humane Society

    Benton Franklin Humane Society-a progressive no kill of adoptable animals shelter-located in the beautiful wine country of Eastern Washington-seeks a veterinarian with shelter medicine experience or the willingness to train in this specialty. Duties include keeping our herd of: dogs, cats, guinea pigs, bunnies and the occasional ferret-healthy. We have a brand new surgical suite waiting for you to alter our animals and local TNR. Must be willing and able to license in the state of Wa. and share license with the shelter. Resumes to: Elaine Allison, Operations Manager

    Closing Date: February 8, 2016 Posted: September 8, 2015
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