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  • Director of Behavior & Rehoming

    Washington Humane Society

    The Washington Humane Society seeks a forward thinking, energetic, and knowledgeable individual to oversee our Behavior and Rehoming programs, including behavior and training, adoptions, adoption events, and foster care. The Behavior and Rehoming Director will work with his or her team to build enrichment and training programs for a variety of animals; increase adoptions and WHS presence in the DC metro area; and create structure, stability, and capacity in the Foster Care program. The Director will ensure animals’ behavioral health through oversight of enrichment, training, behavior modification, and evaluation of a variety of animals at both adoption center locations while working with the progressive WHS senior leadership team to attain even higher live release rates and greater community engagement dedication to humane, positive, “force free” training methods. Learn more about this opportunity and others at

    Closing Date: September 16, 2014 Posted: July 16, 2014
  • Adoptions Assistant

    Washington Animal Rescue League

    The Washington Animal Rescue League is seeking an Adoptions Assistant to assist the Adoptions team in ensuring the department operates within WARL policy and in accordance to its mission set forth. Essential Duties: • Answering phone inquiries and directing calls to the appropriate department. • Promptly greeting the public both in person and over the phone in a friendly manner. • Learning PetPoint database in order to perform regular data entry for potential adopters and incoming animals. • Communicate with relevant staff as to the dogs/cats scheduled to transition to their forever home. • Utilizing PetPoint and cornerstone databases in order to collect appropriate information to process adoptions. • Close out cash drawer each evening. • Administrative duties including filing applications and animal medical and behavioral assessments as well as making copies for adopter handouts, etc. • Serve as a salesperson for the shelter store.

    Closing Date: July 26, 2014 Posted: May 27, 2014
  • Special Assistant - Office of the President


    PETA seeks a special assistant to work on specific research projects & other duties assigned by the president. Successful candidate will have exceptional writing, research & verbal communication skills. In addition, candidate should have attention to detail & ability to work independently on multiple projects.  To view detailed job description and apply, please visit:

    Closing Date: January 5, 2014 Posted: November 4, 2013

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