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  • Kennel Attendant

    LifeLine Animal Project

    Lifeline Animal Project is looking for a compassionate and committed Dog House care attendants for part and full time employment. In addition to providing daily care, rehabilitation and socialization, Dog House attendants are responsible for the health and well being of the 70-90 canine residents. Responsibilities include but are not limited to: feeding, cleaning, rotating and supervising play groups, administering medications, working respectfully with volunteers, potential adopters and other staff and engaging in community outreach. An inventive and positive attitude is necessary. Employees must be able to lift 50+ lbs., and be physically and emotionally capable of 8-10 hour shifts on their feet while engaging with dogs of a variety of sizes, breeds and temperaments. Employees must also be willing and prepared to work compassionately with animal victims of abuse, cruelty, and neglect and understand that the needs of our dogs always come first. Animal handling experience preferred.

    Closing Date: April 25, 2015 Posted: March 18, 2015
  • Weekend Veterinary Technichian (Part-Time)

    Georgia SPCA

    Georgia SPCA is hiring a weekend veterinary technician. Must be available every Saturday and Sunday from 9am-5pm. $9.50/hour. Ensures accomplishment of all medical intake steps including vaccinating, deworming and microchipping.Ensures administration of daily medications and other treatments as prescribed by the veterinarian. Cleans, feeds and medicates cats in isolation. Ensures that any signs of illnesses or injury are immediately addressed. Ensures animals needing medical evaluation see a veterinarian promptly. Job Requirements: Must have prior experience working with animals. Must be comfortable vaccinating, microchipping, deworming, and performing blood tests on dogs and cats. Must have experience performing fecal tests and skin scrapes. Must have familiarity with common diseases seen in shelters such as upper respiratory infections, ringworm, intestinal parasites, heart worms, eye infections, etc.

    Closing Date: April 3, 2015 Posted: March 6, 2015
  • Rescue Coordinator

    LifeLine at DeKalb Animal Services

    LifeLine Animal Project at DeKalb County Animal Services is seeking a Rescue Coordinator. This position coordinates transfers of animals to both local and out-of-state humane organizations. •Must be able to identify animal candidates for transport/rescue based on the behavioral, breed and health requirements. •Must be able to work on weekends. •Must be able to photograph animals, call posting on Facebook or email. •Must assist the adoptions office. •Must pass background check and drug screening. Please note, this position is at a high intake county animal control. Though we have dramatically reduced the euthanasia rate, the shelter is not no-kill and so candidates should only apply if they can handle working at a shelter where animals are euthanized. To apply for this position, please send a cover letter with salary requirements and resume to: jobs@dekalbanimalservices.com No phone calls or in person visits please.

    Closing Date: April 30, 2015 Posted: February 20, 2015
  • Adoption Counselor

    LifeLine at DeKalb Animal Services

    LifeLine Animal Project is seeking an Adoption Counselor at the DeKalb County Animal Services Shelter. Responsible for counseling the public about pets for adoption; responding to emails and phone calls; reviewing adoption applications; scheduling animals to receive vet work; receiving adoption fees and updating the software system. *Must be knowledgeable about animal breeds, behavior and health. *Previous employment in an animal related field required. *Must be able to work on weekends. *Must pass background check and drug screening. Please note, this position is at a high intake county animal control. Though we have dramatically reduced the euthanasia rate, the shelter is not no-kill and so candidates should only apply if they can handle working at a shelter where animals are euthanized. To apply for this position, please send a cover letter with salary requirements and resume to: jobs@dekalbanimalservices.com No phone calls or in person visits please.

    Closing Date: April 30, 2015 Posted: February 20, 2015

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