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  • Certified Euthanasia Technician and Medical Nursery Care Giver (Seasonal/Overnight )

    ASPCA

    The ASPCA Kitten Nursery provides 24-hour, seasonal (April-October) care for at risk cats from 0 to 8 weeks of age. The Certified Euthanasia Technician and Nursery Caregiver (CET-NCG) will provide clinical care for nursing cats and litters, in addition to neonates and kittens without mothers, under the direction of the ASPCA Neonate Veterinarian and Nursery Manager. Primary responsibilities include conducting rounds and administering medication for cats, neonates and kittens. This position will provide life supportive care based on direct observation as well as information reported by the Certified Euthanasia Technician and Nursery Caregiver (CET-NCG). Nursing and treatment will be required with an emphasis on age groups less than eight weeks of age.

    Closing Date: September 30, 2014 Posted: July 24, 2014
  • Executive Director

    Animal Protective Foundation of Schenectady, Inc.

    The Animal Protective Foundation seeks an Executive Director with outstanding leadership skills and vision to serve as a key spokesperson and a visible leader. The ED is responsible for ensuring performance and compliance in strategic planning, operations & administration, financial management, fund development, public relations & communications, human resources, board administration, and public policy & advocacy. Minimum 5 years nonprofit leadership experience with evidence of increasing responsibility and success required. Ideal candidate will have proven experience and ability in fundraising, nonprofit fiscal management and budget preparation of over $1.0 million; demonstrated ability to effectively manage and supervise a staff of at least 30 employees; building alliances with community organizations and establishing and maintaining relationships with donors, volunteers and local policy leaders. Submit resume and cover letter by email attachment to edsearch@animalprotective.org.

    Closing Date: August 30, 2014 Posted: July 14, 2014
  • Care and Enrichment Staff Member

    Animal Farm Foundation

    Animal Farm Foundation is seeking a motivated, detail oriented individual with shelter experience to join our Care and Enrichment Team full time to work on-site at our rural rescue as well as work in a busy county shelter environment. Team members should have hands-on experience in canine sheltering, teaching basic obedience, shaping behaviors and kennel enrichment. The ideal candidate will also have experience with cats and other small animals, and experience running dog play groups. All C&E team members are responsible for the daily tasks necessary to run a safe, clean and healthy shelter for dogs. Daily duties include cleaning and general care for the dogs, among other tasks aimed at providing an enriching and healthy experience for the animals.

    Closing Date: August 31, 2014 Posted: July 14, 2014
  • Care and Enrichment Staff Member (Part-Time)

    Animal Farm Foundation

    Animal Farm Foundation is seeking a motivated, detail oriented individual with shelter experience to join our Care and Enrichment Team as a part-time employee. Hours would be 8am-11am daily. Daily duties include cleaning and general care for the dogs, among other tasks aimed at providing an enriching and healthy experience for the animals. Team members should have hands-on experience in canine sheltering and the ideal candidate will also have experience with cats and other small animals, as well as experience walking dogs and running dog play groups. All C&E team members are responsible for the daily tasks necessary to run a safe, clean and healthy shelter for dogs. Requirements: Experience in a busy shelter or kennel, ability to work independently and as part of a team. Weekend and some evenings required.

    Closing Date: August 31, 2014 Posted: July 14, 2014
  • Veterninarian

    Animal Care & Control of NYC

    Provide leadership, direction, and training for the medical and surgical care of all shelter animals. Triage and stabilize ill and injured animals, diagnose and treat medical conditions, anesthetize and perform surgery. Recognition and documentation of animal cruelty, including expert witness testimony. Advise on placement and euthanasia decisions. Work to ensure health of population and compliance with relevant state law and city code. Properly record all drug activity, DEA logs and statistics, medical records, data entry. DVM, VMD, or equivalent degree; Licensure in NYS state; previous clinical experience; keen surgical and diagnostic skills. Visit nycacc.org/careers.htm for a full job description.

    Closing Date: September 30, 2014 Posted: July 9, 2014
  • Canine Behavior Assessor

    Animal Care & Control of NYC

    Evaluate and assist with the determination of canine behavior while in AC&C’s care through SAFER assessments and other behavioral tools. • Perform SAFER assessments in accordance with SAFER guidelines • Review and evaluate all behavior information available on dogs to accurately determine behavior status in accordance with AC&C’s Placement Policy • Videotape and upload videos of all assessments performed • Accurately and thoroughly enter assessments into Chameleon database • Communicate concerns regarding any animals that may be of danger to staff and the general public • Adhere to all safety guidelines to minimize incidents of aggression. This includes determining if an assessment is not possible due to safety concerns and/or animal stress level • Maintain supply inventory and request additional supplies when needed • Perform follow-up and further investigation of behavior concerns noted during SAFER, including additional dog-to-dog interactions

    Closing Date: November 30, 2014 Posted: July 9, 2014
  • Director of Development

    Animal Care & Control of NYC

    Animal Care & Control of NYC is currently seeking a strategic and passionate leader to join our team as the Director of Development. The Director of Development will play a key leadership role within the organization, reporting directly to the Executive Director, and works closely with support from senior management and AC&C’s Board of Directors. Specifically, the Director of Development will create a strategic development plan to maximize growth potential, and oversee a team of three to execute against those goals. This is a very exciting opportunity for a strategic and passionate development professional to play a lead role in growing support for AC&C’s unique role and to have a positive impact on animal welfare in NYC.

    Closing Date: September 30, 2014 Posted: July 9, 2014
  • Animal Care Officer

    Animal Care & Control of NYC

    Provide attentive care for animals by granting the needs of the animals, i.e. food, water, proper bedding, exercise as directed by supervisors. Collaborate with others to properly maintain kennels sanitized according to AC&C policy. Monitor behavior and alert medical staff upon first signs of illness and/or injury of an animal. Provide pre-surgery care to animals as directed by medical staff. Safe and humane animal handling skills is a must. Must be 18 years of age and have one year of animal care experience. H.S Diploma or GED preferred. Please visit www.nycacc.org or smorris@nycacc.org to apply

    Closing Date: December 31, 2014 Posted: July 3, 2014
  • Animal Control Officer

    Animal Care & Control of NYC

    Under the supervision of the Field Manager and Supervisor, enforce ordinances related to animal control including responding to citizen complaints regarding stray, injured, dangerous or unwanted animals and investigation of cruelty to animals and animal bites reports. Educate the public on animal related issues. Work cooperatively with AC&C volunteers and partners. Respond to disaster related calls in an efficient and timely manner. H.S. Diploma required. Possess and maintain a NYS Driver’s license in good standing. One year of handling animals of various species and/or driving in the metropolitan area. To apply, please visit www.nycacc.org.

    Closing Date: December 31, 2014 Posted: July 3, 2014
  • New Hope Liaison

    Animal Care & Control of NYC

    Cultivate relationships with New Hope Partners and ensure compliance with New Hope protocols. Communications via phone, e-mail, and in-person visits to shelter. Prioritize animals for placement with partners. Document, review and relay information to New Hope Partners as deemed necessary and appropriate. Set-up or coordinate transports. Ensure the integrity of all documents, including but not limited to New Hope Contracts, medical/behavioral waivers, etc. Act as a liaison among New Hope Partners, Alliance Partners and animals within the shelter's care. Minimum 2 years placement experience with an animal shelter or placement organization.

    Closing Date: September 30, 2014 Posted: July 3, 2014
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