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  • General Intake Coordinator

    Ruff Start Rescue

    This person is responsible to bring animals into the rescue and work with sending shelters, impounds, owner surrenders, strays, etc and “pick and choose” which animals to bring into the rescue. The key to this position is knowing limits and also getting to know our foster base and the placement coordinators to see what demand we have and what type of animals we currently can help (breeds, sizes, ages, medical issues, etc) As an intake coordinator you will learn what “rescue discounts” are when referring to vetting costs and be able to make decisions (based on pricing from sending shelter/vet) on whether we want to vet the animal there (before they come to RSR) or once they are in our care. Time commitment: anywhere from 30 minutes a day to 2 hours a day. How to Apply:Fill out a volunteer application on our website at www.ruffstartrescue.org and send a an email to apply@ruffstartrescue.org and put “General Intake Coordinator” in the subject line.

    Closing Date: September 10, 2015 Posted: August 10, 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

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