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Community Cat Program Coordinator - Four Directions (Kanab, UT)

Best Friends Animal Society

Job Description

Location: Kanab, Utah

Do you love cats even when you can't pet them? Do you want to help save their lives through trap/neuter/return? We're looking for someone with experience, professionalism, a great attitude and a lot of love to give to community cats in the southern Utah and northern Arizona area. You'll be in charge of trapping cats who need to be spayed and neutered, driving them to clinics for their operations, and returning them once they've recovered. It's the most humane and most effective way of reducing the number of outdoor cats and giving them a better quality of life. Of course, there'll all be kinds of odds and ends you'll need to look after, including keeping the traps in good, working order, staying on top of schedules, and relating comfortably with people in the cats' neighborhoods. You'll need to be very reliable and work independently. But also be a part of Best Friends and our mission, representing us with warmth and knowledge when speaking to others in the community about this important work. This might be exactly the job you were meant to do.

Position Summary: Working as part of the Four Directions Community Cat Program team to help reduce feral cat populations throughout southern Utah and northern Arizona. Work with area shelters to reduce cat intake and increase save rates.

Essential Duties / Responsibilities:

  • Coordinate and perform fieldwork in the community within the target area: scheduling appointments, making reminder calls, rework schedule with last minute changes, trap free-roaming cats who qualify for free spay/neuter (checking traps throughout the night and/or using a drop trap, up to 40 cats a night),fill out all paperwork and ensure that information is relayed to the medical staff return/release cats to their original colonies, work with existing free-roaming cat caregivers
  • Coordinate the Rural Feral Fix Program, by working with numerous local veterinary offices for low cost spay/neuter options, working with local volunteers and residents/caregivers to manage spay/neuter appointment systems, sending and tracking funds, and providing reports on the program.
  • Coordinate, schedule, and perform a spay/neuter/transport program transporting adoptable shelter animals (up to 25 cats and/or 12dogs) to and from the Best Friends clinic and the shelters throughout the program area, to assist in increasing their success and save rates.

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Thank you for your interest in pursuing a career at Best Friends Animal Society. Best Friends Animal Society is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to their race, color, religion, ancestry, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, age, disability, marital status, domestic partner status, or medical condition.

This is a full time job.

Contact Information

Jessie Miller
Best Friends Animal Society
Kanab, UT

Closing Date: August 18, 2019