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  • Dog Trainer

    Humane Society Silicon Valley

    Seeking motivated, experienced professional with strong training and communication skills to join our awesome team as a part-time employee Dog Trainer. Interested? Fast forward and envision your success. By the end of year one you have led training classes, grown customer retention by 25% and marketed our programs via print, e-newsletters and social media. Our ideal candidate has 2-3 years experience, graduated from a recognized dog training/behavior program, is committed to reward based methods, can work with behaviorally challenged dogs, enjoys working with adopters of all ages and skill levels, has experience using social media channels for marketing services, has strong communication skills and is aligned with HSSV’s Mission. You will be eligible for prorated health benefits, paid time off and 403(b) matching. Apply online at www.hssv.org. Select under . Applying online ensures submission to our recruiting database & enables review by Hiring Personnel.

    Closing Date: August 19, 2015 Posted: June 17, 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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