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Network Partner Job Openings

Want to get involved in your community? Check out the following job openings with our Network partners.

Please note, the job postings are courtesy listings for our Network partners. For more information on any of the opportunities listed, please contact the organization directly.


City of Jacksonville-Animal Care and Protective Services - Jacksonville, FL

Part-Time Volunteer Coordinator- This part-time position will be responsible for coordinating the volunteer program for Animal Care and Protective Services.Requires two years of education and/or technical experience in animal handling and care or volunteer relations and a minimum of one year experience in a shelter or animal welfare environment. Must possess valid driver's license. You can learn more about this opportunity and how to apply by clicking here. Online applications only, please!


Jacksonville Humane Society - Jacksonville, FL

Animal Behavior Manager- The Animal Behavior Manager/Trainer develops, implements and monitors all programs intended to identify, correct and prevent problem behavior in animals. This includes but is not limited to directing canine behavior training classes, evaluating shelter animals for adoption and conducting behavior consultations for community pet owners. The Animal Behavior Manager/Trainer trains and manages the behavior department staff to meet department goals. A complete job description and application instructions is available here.


Jacksonville Humane Society - Jacksonville, FL

Animal Behavior Technician- The Jacksonville Humane Society is seeking a full time Animal Behavior Technician. This position is an integral part of enriching the environment and improving the adoptability of all shelter animals. Primary responsibilities include identifying needs and providing behavior modification, supervise playgroups, educate/counsel adopters and general public with behavior questions, train volunteers, and ensure enrichment is being provided. Experience in a shelter or clinic environment is required along with the ability to work weekdays, weekends and holidays. A full job description and application instructions are available here.


Angels Among Us Pet Rescue - Alpharetta GA

Vetting Manager- Angels Among Us Pet Rescue is a 501(c)(3) non-profit charity dedicated to saving dogs and cats from high-kill shelters in Georgia.We have an amazing opportunity for a Vetting Manager who is passionate about pet rescue. Working with current staff members and volunteer teams, you will be responsible for:  oversight and management of a multifaceted volunteer sub teams, establishing quality of care, treatment decisions in conjunction with vets, case managers, and supervisors, oversight and enforcement of policy for vetting procedures, making necessary changes to save costs while maintaining quality of care, and more. The ideal candidate will have 5-7 years project management, customer service management, or general management experience along with a Degree and/or equivalent experience in the veterinary field. This position is Part Time. For immediate consideration, please submit resume and cover letter with salary requirements to resume@angelsrescue.org


Indianapolis Animal Care Services - Indianapolis, IN

Veterinarian- Indianapolis Animal Care Services (IACS) is seeking an energetic, compassionate, and dedicated veterinarian to join our team as we strive to become Indiana’s largest no-kill shelter. More than 13,000 animals come through our door each year, making us the largest shelter in the state of Indiana. Our dedicated staff has done a remarkable job working around the clock to save our city’s most abused and neglected animals, raising our live release rate in 2017 to 89.9% for cats and 84.1% for dogs -- this is a 23% increase in the number of dogs and cats we’ve saved since 2013.  IACS is equipped with a brand new digital X-ray machine, in-house CBC and chemistry analyzer, dental machine and ultrasound.  Our veterinary support team consists of 3 full time veterinary technicians and 4 full time veterinary assistants.  If you are interested in joining our life-saving team as we embrace the “My City. My Shelter.” philosophy and expand our life –saving efforts, please send your resume to Danielle.hynes@indy.gov


Furkids Animal Rescue and Shelters - Atlanta, GA

Adoption Team Manager- The Dog Adoption Manager is responsible for the overall operations of the Dog Adoption Program which includes animal adoption services, data entry, record keeping and supervision of assigned adoption staff members and volunteers. The Manager ensures quality, consistent, customer service by supervising, coaching, and supporting assigned staff members and volunteers. The Adoption Manager will be required to directly interact with the animals in the shelter’s care while assisting other staff or volunteers. The ideal candidate will have outgoing interpersonal skills, be passionate about animals, especially about dogs and their behavior, and prior shelter experience is desired. You can learn more about this opportunity and how to apply by clicking here.


Furkids Animal Rescue and Shelters - Atlanta, GA

Veterinarian- The Shelter Veterinarian will provide high-quality medical care to shelter animals, including spay/neuter, treatment of various medical conditions, and herd health maintenance. The ideal candidate will assist in developing, advancing, and implementing shelter medicine protocols and will deliver and ensure that treatment of animals in the shelter is at the highest standards. The ideal candidate will have outgoing interpersonal skills, work well in a team, and be passionate about people and animals, especially about cats and dogs. You can learn more about this opportunity and how to apply by clicking here.


Furkids Animal Rescue and Shelters - Atlanta, GA

Veterinary Technician (Cat Shelter)- The Veterinary Technician ensures that the health and well-being of the animals is maintained in line with Furkids standards and best practices. The Veterinary Technician will be required to directly interact with the animals in shelter care while assisting volunteers and staff. The ideal candidate will have outgoing interpersonal skills, be passionate about people and animals, especially about cats and dogs and their behavior, and possess prior management experience. You can learn more about this opportunity and how to apply by clicking here.


The Babinski Foundation - Pequot Lakes, MN

Shelter Veterinarian- Performs a full range of professional veterinary duties, including but not limited to diagnosis, treatment, and surgery. Oversees and is responsible for general animal health and welfare within the facility in accordance with policies and procedures established by The Babinski Foundation. Advocates for the individual animal to ensure proper behavioral and enrichment needs are being med to provide each animal with the best quality of life. Maintains standards of care in accordance with national standards within shelter medicine. You can learn more about this opportunity and how to apply by clicking here.


NAWS Spay Neuter Clinic - Gladstone, MO

Veterinary- Part Time position with spay neuter clinic, days are flexible. We are not a full service, we offer surgeries, vaccinations, microchipping, heart worm and Feline SNAP tests. Clients meet income guidelines to receive low cost services. Must have proof DEA license and professional liability. Clinic operates with a Vet Tech and volunteers. To learn more about this opportunity, please call 816.830.7759.


Bend Spay and Neuter Project - Bend, OR

Executive Director - The Executive Director is directly responsible for organizational development and fundraising, administrative operations, community relations, board relations and financial management. Qualifications include: Bachelor’s degree, 5 years management experience, preferably in the non-profit sector, thorough knowledge of budgeting and familiarity with accounting principles and practices, demonstrated communications skills, written and oral. Please email meganw@bendsnip.org for a full position description. Please submit resume and cover letter to: careers@bendsnip.org


Willamette Humane Society - Salem, OR

Animal Care Manager- The Willamette Humane Society (WHS) located in Salem, Oregon is looking for a qualified, self-motivated, energetic, organized, and outgoing individual with compassion for animals. The Animal Care Manager (ACM) provides leadership, direction, and guidance for day-to-day management of the Animal Care departments to ensure smooth operations and to maximize the adoption potential for each animal within the resources provided. As a member of the leadership team, the ACM must consistently exemplify, mentor, and reinforce WHS values and mission-driven culture of service. You can learn more about this opportunity and how to apply by clicking here.


City of El Paso Animal Services - El Paso, TX

Development Coordinator- Plan and develop funding initiatives and fundraising events. Identify fundable projects and secure support from private, local, state and federal sources. Prepare grant applications and reports. Identify and maintain network of potential donors to support the department's fiscal goals. Meet with representatives of funding sources to innovate new projects and programs that meet the needs of the funder, the community or raise the profile of Animal Services. Develop initiatives and events that drive fundraising and engage community in the humane treatment of animals. You can learn more about this opportunity and how to apply by clicking here.


Seattle Humane - Bellevue, WA

Foster Coordinator- The Foster Coordinator is responsible for the development and maintenance of the foster program. He/she oversees the recruitment, training and support of Foster volunteers; works closely with the Animal Care and Intake Coordinators as well as Veterinary and Behavior departments to select and arrange placement of animals into foster homes and maintains the volunteer and animal databases for the program. The Foster Coordinator supports the mission, goals and phi¬losophy of Seattle Humane. You can learn more about this opportunity and how to apply by clicking here.


Seattle Humane - Bellevue, WA

Foster Program Manager- The Foster Program Manager is responsible for the development and maintenance of the foster care program for all species. He/she supervises department staff and oversees the recruitment, training and support of foster volunteers. The Foster Program Manager works under the direction of the Director of Animal Services to develop, implement, and evaluate department protocols and policies. He/she provides leadership and supports the mission, goals and philosophy of Seattle Humane. You can learn more about this opportunity and how to apply by clicking here


Seattle Humane - Bellevue, WA

Life-Saver Rescue Program Coordinator- We are currently accepting applications for a Life-Saver Rescue Program Coordinator! Seattle Humane's Life-Saver Rescue Program is one of the most robust and hardworking transfer teams in the country. The Life-Saver Rescue Program Coordinator is responsible for facilitating the transport of thousands of pets each year from sources around the country to Seattle Humane, but most importantly from shelters close to home. This job requires extreme creativity, a very strong work ethic, excellent communication skills, and compassion for both pets and people. Qualified applicants must be able to manage multiple projects at once. If you’re both a “people person” and an “animal person”, this job might be perfect for you! You can learn more about this opportunity and how to apply by clicking here


Kindness Ranch Animal Sanctuary - Hartville, WY

Animal Care Manager- The Animal Care Manager is responsible for the daily operations and activities of all aspects of companion animal care at Kindness Ranch. This includes scheduling and overseeing all Animal Care staff, volunteers, and visitors, as well as the adoption and care program for dogs and cats. The Animal Care Manager lives in an assigned staff housing unit on the property, or possible in an animal and staff housing unit. This person may also be responsible for other tasks as needed day-to-day. You can learn more about this opportunity and how to apply by clicking here.


Kindness Ranch Animal Sanctuary - Hartville, WY

Live-In Caregiver- The Live-In Animal Caregiver works as part of the Animal Care Team at Kindness Ranch and lives in an assigned employee/animal housing unit on the property with up to ten (10) sanctuary dogs at any given time. The primary duties are the direct care of all sanctuary dogs and cats with special attention to the dogs in their assigned housing unit, supervising volunteers and visitors, and assisting with adoptions of the dogs and cats. This person may also be asked by the Animal Care Manager to help with or complete other tasks as needed day-to-day. You can learn more about this opportunity and how to apply by clicking here.


 

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