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.
Part-Time Animal Behavior Coordinator - 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; Euthanasia Technician Certification must be obtained within 6 months; a valid state Driver's License is required prior to employment and must be maintained; must qualify prior to employment, obtain and maintain during employment a City of Jacksonville Public Driver Certification. The City of Jacksonville is a premier local government employer providing a competitive compensation package and an excellent work environment. This is an exceptional opportunity for the right candidate to make a significant contribution in a dynamic, quality-oriented customer-focused organization. The City of Jacksonville is an equal opportunity/equal access employer. In order to be considered for this position you MUST apply online at www.coj.net/jobs.
Rescue Coordinator - LifeLine Animal Project has an immediate opening for a Rescue Coordinator in our DeKalb Animal Services shelter. This key shelter position is responsible for building relationships with our rescue partners, coordinating transfers to rescue groups, identifying animals for placement, and exploring transport opportunities. LifeLine Animal Project is committed to ending the euthanasia of adoptable animals in metro Atlanta shelters. Our Rescue Coordinators play a key role in our success. You can learn more about this opportunity and how to apply by clicking here.
Lifesaving Veterinarian - Providing low- and no-cost spay/neuter services to low-income families is the cornerstone of our clinical practice. We are looking for a part-time Veterinarian to work 20-30 hours per week on a contract basis performing spay/neuter surgeries and assisting with emergency triage, fracture management, hospice, and internal medicine cases as needed. This position plays an important role in maximizing the number of lives that we are able to save by providing quality medical care in a cost and time-effective manner. We are looking for a veterinarian who is excited by the challenge of making decisions based on physical examination/carefully chosen diagnostics and history, without all the bells and whistles of a large, fully-staffed animal hospital. The ideal candidate will have at least 3 years of small animal experience and be comfortable providing high quality and high volume spay/neuter services and managing a high volume medical caseload. This person will co-manage, along with a Clinic Director, the onsite clinic and serve as a mentor and leader for all clinic staff and volunteers. You can learn more about this opportunity and how to apply by clicking here.
Executive Director - This proactive, nationally-recognized organization that focuses on the health and welfare of feral and domestic cats and kittens presents an exciting opportunity for a dynamic and dedicated leader. You can learn more about this opportunity and how to apply by clicking here.
Animal Control Officer/Humane Agent - Do you care about the welfare of animals in your community? Do you have a background in law enforcement or animal control? If you answer is yes to both of those questions, we’d love to talk to you about joining our team. The Clermont Animal Care Humane Society is seeking Chief Dog Warden and Animal Control Officers to be a part of our movement to lead the way in progressive animal sheltering and community engagement in our area. These positions require skills in public service, animal control or law enforcement and a working knowledge of animal behavior and animal control regulations. Our humane officer/ACOs provide quality services, protection and compassion to county citizens and animals, responding to citizen requests and patrolling assigned areas of the County for the purpose of enforcing state and local law regarding humane animal care and the control and licensing of dogs. You must have a high school diploma or equivalent, a valid Driver’s License with a good driving record, and the ability to be on call 24/7 (on rotation). We prefer someone with knowledge of animal behavior and/or experience working with animals in some capacity. We are open to hiring part time or full time. Additionally, you must be willing and able to successfully complete Peace Officer training and the NACA Level I and II Animal Control Officer Course within a time period designated by the Shelter Director. Salary negotiable depending on skillset and experience. You can learn more about this opportunity and how to apply by clicking here.
Shelter Veterinarian - Looking for a DVM to join a shelter team in overseeing and monitoring the health of shelter animals (dogs and cats) and provide veterinary expertise in accordance with the organizational policies and procedures. Perform spay/neuter surgeries daily for the public and shelter. Assist the Lead Veterinarian in establishing and maintaining all health related protocols to maximize adoptions. Set a professional and positive example for other staff members. You can learn more about this opportunity and how to apply by clicking here.
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