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Location | Northbrook, Illinois
Heartland Animal Shelter
Heartland Animal Shelter, a no-kill shelter located in Northbrook, is seeking a short-term, part-time Parvovirus Program Coordinator to add to our medical team!
This is a temporary position with extremely variable hours, expected to average around 10 per week. Approximately 60% will be remote work from home, 20% at the shelter, and 20% out in the community. While the schedule will be flexible to an extent, some morning, evening and weekend work will be required.
Location | Norfolk, Virginia
Ready to help answer the call for animals in need of assistance? PETA is looking to add a new Field Outreach Worker to the team to conduct animal care in local service areas including Hampton Roads, Virginia and North Carolina.
Conducting investigations involving neglected or abused animals and providing assistance with companion animal care are key responsibilities for the Field Outreach Worker joining this elite team of animal saving super heroes.
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Location | Remote in Oklahoma, Arkansas, Texas, Tennessee, or Virginia, Remote/Telework Position
The ASPCA’s Shelter Outreach department is seeking an Animal Relocation Driver to support our Animal Relocation Initiative – a program aimed at increasing adoptions and decreasing euthanasia nationwide through safe and effective animal relocation and transport. Our Relocation team is responsible for successfully transporting approximately 50,000 dogs and cats each year – life-changing work that is made possible by our dedicated team of drivers.
Location | Austin, Texas
Austin Pets Alive!
Human Animal Support Services (HASS) is a collaborative effort to de-institutionalize animal welfare, building community-based animal services to meet the needs of people and animals wherever they live. With more than 40 pilot animal services agencies, HASS is bringing together all sectors of the animal welfare industry to create, implement, test and scale a series of programs and changes to move animal services into the community.
Location | Santa Barbara, California
Animal Shelter Assistance Program (ASAP Cats)
The Animal Shelter Assistance Program (ASAP Cats) seeks an Executive Director. We are a private non‐profit 501(c)3 organization whose mission is to save the lives of cats in Santa Barbara County by providing shelter, veterinary care, behavioral support, adoption and foster services, education and community outreach. The Executive Director is responsible for managing and developing the organization, which includes current paid staff of 5 full‐time and 3 part-time employees, roughly 250 volunteers, including 25 in management or leadership roles, and overseeing a $950k annual budget.
Location | Austin, Texas
Austin Pets Alive!
Human Animal Support Services (HASS) is a collaborative effort to deinstitutionalize animal welfare, building community-based animal services to meet the needs of people and animals wherever they live. With more than 40 pilot animal services agencies, HASS is bringing together all sectors of the animal welfare industry to create, implement, test and scale a series of programs and changes to move animal services into the community.
Location | Boston, Massachusetts
Animal Rescue League of Boston
Are you mission driven and interested in working in the field of Animal Welfare? The Animal Rescue League of Boston (ARL), one of New England’s leading animal welfare organizations, is looking for a Full-Time Admissions Supervisor to join our Boston Shelter.
The ARL is a leader in animal safety by keeping animals in homes and out of shelters, and by eliminating the conditions that lead to neglect and abuse.
Location | Tucson, Arizona
Friends of Pima Animal Care Center
Job Title: Community Outreach Specialist at Pima Animal Care Center
Schedule: Flexible, weekends required
Type: Part-Time, 30 hours a week. $15/hr
SUMMARY: This position will work independently to engage the community through targeted outreach, providing supplies to pet owners who need assistance to keep their pets, and other forms of community engagement. They will track data to demonstrate the efficacy of the program and will maintain and monitor supplies to be provided to the community.
Location | Kansas City, Missouri
Pet Resource Center of Kansas City
COVID-19 Statement: The Pet Resource Center of Kansas City is committed to the safety of our staff, volunteers and community members. The business is currently operating in a contactless manner, providing community members with essential services for their pets, while maintaining protocols recommended by local and federal health agencies. Due to the quick changing nature of the COVID-19 environment, we are seeking team members who are flexible, and understand that business protocols are being changed or updated on a consistent basis.
Location | Bakersfield, California
The Bakersfield SPCA oversees shelter operations for the City of Bakersfield Animal Care Center, in Kern County, California, and we need your help!
We are seeking an energetic, progressive and community program minded staff veterinarian to contribute to our incredible team.
Our shelter sees cats and dogs mainly with the occasional pot belly pig or pocket pet thrown in for fun.
Location | Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Humane Animal Rescue
At Humane Animal Rescue, we strive to provide high-quality information, referral, resources, and Admissions services to good Samaritans and pet owners coming for assistance. As an organization, we are working to reduce shelter intake and length of stay in the shelter through the provision of helpful, supportive, non-judgmental, proactive services that reunite lost pets with owners, give owners tools to be able to keep their pets, and partner with the people of our community in innovative ways to make life better for people and pets.
Location | Port Charlotte, Florida
Animal Welfare League of Charlotte County
The Animal Welfare League of Charlotte County, FL, is an award-winning, 501(c)3 non-profit organization fully devoted to the wellbeing of homeless pets. What truly separates the AWL, is we promise that any animal that enters our doors and any animal that can be made adoptable through veterinary care and/or training will have a roof over their head, food, enrichment, and the love of our staff and volunteers for as long as it takes for each and every one to find their new home.