Job Description

Full Time/Exempt, 36 hour work week
Salary - $69,689-$84,706
Interprets and enforces federal, state, county and City laws pertaining to care and sheltering of animals; investigates alleged animal abuse cases; issues citations and files court cases regarding animal abuse and neglect; researches and resolves animal-related disputes and citizen complaints; monitors animal welfare legislation and proposes policy and procedure changes as necessary; responds to animal-related calls for public safety. Provides educational awareness to the community related to animal care, training and overpopulation; provides tours of equestrian centers and animal shelter; oversees the training and adoption of animals; organizes rabies vaccination and licensing clinics; oversees the operation, budget and maintenance of the animal shelter. Provides Department input and assists with oversight and maintenance of City equestrian facilities and events.

Supervises staff involved in the receiving, assessment, medical treatment, custodial care, adoption, and humane euthanasia of unwanted animals. Hires, trains, assigns, and evaluates work performance of staff; approves leave and training. Availability to work a flexible schedule including nights, weekends and/or holidays; performs other related duties as assigned.

This is a full time job

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Myrna Paakkonen
Human Resources Manager

Closing Date: Tuesday, December 31, 2019

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