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Location | Quakertown, Pennsylvania
Bucks County SPCA
Bucks County SPCA is hiring for a full-time team member on our Animal Behavior team. This person will split their time between our shelters in Lahaska and Quakertown. The essential functions of this job will require the applicant to be comfortable with shelter animals with an unknown history, including some who may be aggressive. Animal evaluations, training to help with adoption placement, behavior modification and environmental enrichment are all crucial functions. The applicant should have a minimum of 2 years’ experience working with cats and dogs in a shelter environment.
Location | Austin, Texas
Austin Pets Alive!
Austin Pets Alive! (APA!) is one of Austin’s most dynamic and best-loved nonprofits. The organization is the leader in the No Kill Movement nationally and is considered a national thought leader in animal welfare. APA! locally rescues, treats, and adopts out some 10,000 homeless dogs and cats each year, providing the safety net for Austin’s most at-risk shelter pets, which causes Austin to be a No Kill City, while also assisting other communities in saving homeless animals.
Location | Glenville, New York
Animal Protective Foundation
The Animal Protective Foundation is seeking a dynamic, energetic and positive team leader to help bring our feline program to the next level. The Feline Program Coordinator (FPC), is a full-time (40-hour/week) non-exempt position, who works hand-in-hand with staff to provide high-quality care and enrichment to our resident cats. The FPC is responsible for overseeing all aspects of the Cat Program at APF, including daily care and enrichment, creating behavior plans for cats, adoption promotion, as well as staff and volunteer training.
Location | Hyde Park, New York
Dutchess County SPCA
Position: Behavior and Enrichment Manager
Exempt/Non-Exempt: Non-Exempt, part time position
Availability: Twenty hours weekly during shelter hours, including availability to attend mandatory meetings on Thursday mornings.
Essential Function/Major Responsibilities:
Conduct evaluations and written assessments for all incoming dogs
Design and implement individual training programs for shelter animals to improve behavior and quality of life and increase chances for adoption, including moving dogs toward CGC ready certification.
Location | Playa Vista, California
Wallis Annenberg PetSpace
The Animal Behavior and Training Coordinator (ABTC) oversees the behavior and training plans for all Annenberg PetSpace animals. The ABTC is responsible for the documentation of training procedures and animal action plans., conducting animal training classes in accordance with the philosophy of Annenberg PetSpace.
Location | Stanwood, Washington
Join our fun, fast-paced, and professional environment where you can help save the lives of homeless dogs and cats through our high quality, low-income spay and neuter programs, family friendly pet adoptions, humane education, and volunteer programs. It's a great opportunity for someone who enjoys being a compassionate and supportive leader to volunteers, loves animals, and wants to help NOAH achieve our mission of finding homes for animals and reduce the overpopulation of animals through low-cost spay/neuter.
Location | Jacksonville, Florida
City of Jacksonville, FL
The City of Jacksonville, Florida, is seeking a Part-Time Animal Behavior Coordinator. This is technical work in the identification of behavior problems, evaluation of concerning behaviors and creation, implementation and execution of behavior modification and training protocol.
Open requirements include:
• Three years of education and/or technical experience in animal husbandry, professional animal handling and care experience and
• A minimum of one-year experience in a shelter or animal welfare environment.
Location | Boston, Massachusetts
Animal Rescue League of Boston
The Animal Care Manager will serve as a critical resource to facilitate the development and achievement of ARL’s strategic plans and goals as it relates to the Brewster Animal Care and Adoption Facility. Supporting this responsibility, the Manager will manage and provide direct supervision to the Brewster Animal Care Assistant Manager, Admission Supervisor, and Animal Care and Adoption Agents.
The position will report to the Director of Animal Care Operations and have a role in the Animal Welfare Management Group.