Jobs Posted on the Whova Community Board of American Pets Alive! Conference 2020
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Community Cats Program Manager
Clermont Animal CARE Humane Society This position is responsible for building, launching and overseeing daily operations of the Community Cats Program. The CCP Manager will be responsible for writing protocol that reflects nationwide best practice and Clermont Animal CARE Humane Society’s values and mission.
- Identify colonies and provide TNR support to the public via phone calls, walk-ins, email and grassroots presence in neighborhoods - Implement TNR in a targeted and strategic manner - Support in the development and provide training to volunteer trapper team and coordinate other volunteer efforts related to helping outdoor cats and other community pets - Supervise, coordinate and delegate trapping assignments to volunteer trappers - Provide hands-on assistance with trapping cats in targeted TNR communities/municipalities and perform mass trapping projects of identified feral colonies - Schedule spay/neuter appointments with our veterinary partners and in compliance with their scheduling process - Provide or arrange transport to spay/neuter appointments and return cats to their colony post-surgery, as needed - Educate and provide TNR training and information to the public or interested parties, and provide information on TNR advocacy techniques - Maintain records of colonies and caretakers, situations and their resolution, gathering success stories, and producing a written report monthly and as requested by Director of Lifesaving Programs - Create and promote the Barn Cat Program and actively seek appropriate homes for when relocation is necessary for community and feral cats that arrive at Clermont Animal CARE - Maintain trap inventory in clean working condition - Oversee the Trap Loan program - Coordinate with the Cat Foster Coordinator for the placement of nursing, under age and kittens that may be rehabilitated or socialized - Develop Program SOPs - Monitor progress, maintain budgets and keep key stakeholders informed on a consistent basis about strategy, adjustments and progress.
Austin Pets Alive! This is a part time position with room for growth where you will learn to enrich and handle the “last 2%” of dogs we are trying to save in the country.
Dog Care Technician
Austin Pets Alive! This is a full time position with benefits where you will care for the last 2% of dogs we are trying to save in the country.
El Paso Animal Services Under the direction of the Veterinarian, provide high quality routine and emergency health care and treatment of zoo animals or of animals brought to the Animal Regulation and Disease Control (ARDC) facility (dependent on position posted) (as a professional member of the Animal Health and Nutrition team).
Shelter Software Sales Manger
Animals First Reach out to shelters to discuss their shelter software needs. Communicate and demo Animals First features, functionality and benefits and how our solution will save their staff time and get more animals adopted.
Palm Valley Animal Society PALM VALLEY ANIMAL SOCIETY - EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
Are you ready to save animal lives and literally make a difference in the lives of hundreds of animals? Are you a dynamic leader who wants to play a key role in making history? If yes, then we are looking for you! Palm Valley Animal Society (PVAS) is looking for an Executive Director.
Founded in 1974, Palm Valley Animal Society (PVAS) is a 501(c)3 nonprofit animal welfare organization located in Edinburg, TX in the Rio Grande Valley and has the only full service, open-admission, animal intake facility in Hidalgo County, serving more than 30,000 animals and 750,000 residents annually. PVAS is working towards no-kill, defined as saving 90% or more of the animals that enter our care.
Our mission is to care for homeless companion animals and enhance the relationship between animals and people through adoptions, education, and community outreach. PVAS works to place all adoptable animals in forever homes through adoptions, foster care or rescue partner groups. PVAS has numerous programs and partnerships designed to help pets in the shelter, in the community, and in homes.
The Executive Director is a critical role in our efforts to achieve no-kill. The Executive Director will provide leadership and guidance for the entire organization, including both facilities of the organization. At both facilities, you will lead caring, compassionate, and devoted teams dedicated to saving animal lives. You will work closely with the leadership team, leading the mission delivery across all programs, increasing fundraising, implementing new programs, and working with the board of directors. This is a critical role needed for the urgent lifesaving efforts for the 30,000 animals that are serviced each year at PVAS.
Please submit resume and cover letter to Keely Lewis, Board President