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  • Shelter Manager

    Society for Treatment of Abandoned & Fractured Friends

    We are a 501(c)3 no-kill facility with 6 employees and a large number of volunteers. This position is Responsible for animal care & admin functions. Areas include, but not limited to, animal admissions/adoptions, record-keeping, emotional/medical well-being of animals, team building/management of staff & volunteers, social media, shelter software programs, attend community events & meetings and assists in fundraising event organizing. Reports to: President and Board of Directors. Salary: salary is commensurate with experience and skills. Day work hours which may vary to include eves/weekends. Responsibilities: Leadership/Communication, Fiscal Management, Planning/Development, Training, Record-keeping, Animal Care/Evaluation/Adoption, Sanitation/Safety, Community Education. Desired Experience: Preferred two years Supervisory experience in the management/care of animals in shelter/humane society. Valid driver's license w/insurable driving record; Exceptional communications skills.

    Closing Date: May 15, 2015 Posted: April 11, 2015
  • Director of Operations

    Animal Protective Association of Missouri

    The Animal Protective Association of Missouri is looking for a skilled and motivated leader in animal welfare to fill the position of Director of Operations for our growing organization. In collaboration with the Executive Director, the Director of Operations is responsible for the leadership of the Animal Care, Customer Care, Education, and Facility Departments. This will include direct supervision of the Adoption Supervisor, Veterinary technicians, and the Facilities Maintenance Coordinator. The Director of Operations monitors and evaluates shelter operations while implementing lifesaving programs, to include timely placement of animals into adoptive homes. Other responsibilities include, but are not limited to: hiring, training, evaluating staff and programs; directing all aspects of humane animal handling and treatment; working with the leadership team to establish annual departmental goals and budgets; OSHA compliance; collecting and synthesizing data.

    Closing Date: May 10, 2015 Posted: April 10, 2015

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