Job Description

New Hope Coordinator
The New Hope Coordinator will be responsible for overseeing specific New Hope related projects, as well as actively participating in placement of animals with partner organizations.

General Duties (20%)
Prioritize animals for placement including conducting rounds of care centers.
Ensure inquiries are followed up on in a timely manner.
Assist New Hope Liaisons with daily responsibilities as needed.
Work cooperatively with ACC volunteers and partners.
Other duties, as assigned by assistant manager.
Kitten Season (40%)
Communicate with the ASPCA kitten nursery and ensure that all ASPCA kitten guidelines are adhered to in the various shelters.
Communicate, guide and oversee the designated kitten liaisons during kitten season.
Coordinate kitten placement activities including overseeing placement with a partner nursery program. This includes communication with all ACC locations on kitten intakes, scheduling transport for placed kittens, and maintaining and updating records in an accurate and timely manner.
Record and keep track of all underage kitten data.
Administrative (20%)
Assist supervisor in processing new partner applications including review, reference checks and site visits.
Perform regular audits of placed animals to ensure integrity of program.
Assist supervisor in collecting and organizing follow up information on animals placed with New Hope Partners.
Cultivate and maintain a positive working relationship with all New Hope Partners.
Update and maintain current contact information on New Hope partners in various formats including updating ACC website and partner contact lists.
Ensure accuracy and timely update of New Hope records.
Special Projects (10%)
Actively research and communicate with new groups who may fill our current needs.
Thoroughly audit groups on probationary period.
Ensure that paperwork for New Hope Partners is up to date and clearly organized.
Perform site visits as needed.

Position requires local travel among ACC care center and headquarters locations in Brooklyn, Manhattan and Staten Island. Ability to communicate information clearly and thoroughly. Ability to remain calm and pleasant even in stressful situations. Computer competency, including Microsoft Outlook, Word, and Excel; capable of learning shelter system database. Must be able to work in an animal sheltering environment, with a positive and motivational attitude. Ensure the confidentiality of ACC Partners at all times. Must be able to lift and move up to 25 pounds.

Education and Work Experience
High School Diploma or GED required. Two years of experience working with animals preferred. Minimum 2 years of Customer Service experience preferred.

Work Environment
Ability to work in an animal care facility where euthanasia is performed. While performing the duties of the job, the employee is frequently exposed to odors or airborne particles including animal fur and toxic chemicals. The noise level in the environment can be very loud. Position requires local travel amongst ACC care center locations in Brooklyn, Manhattan and Staten Island.

Reports To: Assistant Manager, Placement

Overtime: This is a non-union position and is eligible for overtime.

This is a full time job

Contact Information

Job Contact Details

Alexis Romero
Human Resources Generalist

Closing Date: Tuesday, May 12, 2020

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