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Wildlife a Rehabilitator (full time)
May Wildlife Rehabilitation Center, Lees-McRae College
Serve as Liaison between senior staff/faculty and students to improve depth of student learning, professionalism, and soundness/continuity of patient care.
Link: https://leesmcrae.formstack.com/forms/job_application
North American Class Coordinator
The IWRC
Organize and enact all aspects of classroom and virtual wildlife rehabilitation classes
Maintain classes on website and online store
Engage in course outreach efforts
Manage and engage independent contract instructors
And More!

Full job description https://docs.google.com/document/d/e/2PACX-1vScA57oJ3l_lv68czhyUC5CR7i8OMY94k-bN0wpU40rhaijhflkWi-GtzjN3nXQxFxNXbZAuYhnpV3x/pub

Please email your resume and cover letter as a single PDF to director@theiwrc.org. Position is open until filled but priority review will begin on Mar 9, 2022.

The International Wildlife Rehabilitation Council is an equal opportunity employer. Our organization serves a global community of wildlife rehabilitators, carers, and professionals and is made stronger by diversity. We do not discriminate against individuals on the basis of race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, disability, age, parental status, marital status, veteran status, or national or ethnic origin. Candidates from diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply.
Link: https://theiwrc.org/job-postings-and-animal-placement/show-ad/?id=118931
Membership and Development Coordinator
The IWRC
Coordinate and host monthly Coffee and Tea with the IWRC Seminars
Design outreach plans for membership recruitment and retention
Maintain membership engagement
Manage social media pages
Organize fundraising campaigns
Cultivate relationships with current and potential donors

Full description at https://docs.google.com/document/d/e/2PACX-1vQwIUIr_JN2okFgB3vJJwgQw5Y9B6OowPU6k-4N7NoVZ36Ua0MM5AngAAglv7Q7efD10qr_HYW_dSUA/pub

How to Apply:
Please email your resume and cover letter as a single PDF to director@theiwrc.org. Position is open until filled but priority review will begin on Mar 9, 2022.

The International Wildlife Rehabilitation Council is an equal opportunity employer. Our organization serves a global community of wildlife rehabilitators, carers, and professionals and is made stronger by diversity. We do not discriminate against individuals on the basis of race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, disability, age, parental status, marital status, veteran status, or national or ethnic origin. Candidates from diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply.

Link: https://theiwrc.org/job-postings-and-animal-placement/show-ad/?id=118928
Animal Care Supervisor
TWRC Wildlife Center
Since 1979, TWRC Wildlife Center has been committed to providing quality emergency care and rehabilitation for injured, ill, and orphaned wildlife brought to us by the public. TWRC has several seasonal openings for Supervisors in our Animal Care Program (ACP). Animals in the program include, but are not limited to - squirrels, opossums, doves, and songbirds.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

Animal husbandry includes feeding and weighing animals, cleaning enclosures, monitoring behavior, and providing enrichment activities.
Learn and implement patient protocols by species.
Medical work includes stabilizing patients, tube feeding, administering oral and subcutaneous fluids, medicating, bandaging, and record keeping.
Make sure animal feeding schedules are adhered to.
Assess animals for release criteria.
General cleaning duties include dishes, laundry, bathrooms, sweeping, and mopping.
Oversee the training and task assignments of volunteers and interns.
Effectively communicate with TWRC staff members and volunteers.
Maintain a safe and professional working environment.

See link above for full details.
Link: https://www.twrcwildlifecenter.org/careers/
Animal Curator
New Mexico Wildlife Center
TITLE:  Curator of Animals and Education Programs

PURPOSE:  

Primary responsibility for the daily care, health, well-being and training of approximately 35 Ambassador Animals, including raptors, mammals, reptiles and amphibians at NMWC

Schedule, supervise, train and evaluate Education staff, interns and volunteers

In collaboration with the Education Coordinator and Education Assistant develop and implement nature-based educational programming for on-site, off-site and virtual audiences utilizing Ambassador Animals.

Ensure educational programs support NMWC’s mission

Responsible for maintaining permits and record keeping, and in collaboration with Executive Director budgeting, purchasing and facility maintenance 

CLASSIFICATION:   Full-time, salaried exempt; this position is limited by all NMWC policies and local, state, and federal laws, rules and regulations.

REPORTS TO:  Executive Director

SUPERVISES:  Education Coordinator, Asst. Curator, interns and volunteers 

WORK HOURS:  Tuesday through Saturday 8:00am until 4.30pm. Some nights and holiday work hours required. Some travel required including overnight and out of state.

BENEFITS:  Partial health insurance reimbursement, PTO, holidays as described in NMWC employee manual

For position summary, qualifications, experience required, and more details, please visit our website for full description.
Link: https://newmexicowildlifecenter.org/employment/
Wildlife Rehabilitator
New Mexico Wildlife Center
TITLE:  Wildlife Rehabilitator 

PURPOSE:  

Through the application of current best practices ensure the best attainable medical care, treatment and rehabilitation outcomes for wildlife patients at NMWC.

Assist the Wildlife Rehabilitation Manager in the supervision and training of seasonal staff, interns and volunteers.

Assist NMWC’s veterinarian in the care and treatment of wildlife patients.

Support initiatives and practices that place NMWC as a national leader in wildlife care and rehabilitation.

CLASSIFICATION:  Full-Time, non-exempt.

REPORTS TO:  Wildlife Rehabilitation Manager.

SUPERVISES:  Wildlife hospital volunteers and interns.

WORK HOURS:  Work hours are seasonally variable, typically 5 days/40 hours per week. Some nights, weekend, and holiday work hours required. Some in-state travel required.

BENEFITS:  Health insurance reimbursement, PTO, holidays as described in NMWC employee manual.

OVERTIME:  Overtime only upon prior written approval of supervisor.


POSITION SUMMARY:  The wildlife rehabilitator is responsible for the care, rehabilitation, and release of approximately 800-1,000 animals annually. Supervises and trains hospital interns and volunteers, and works to advance NMWC’s mission.

For position summary, qualifications, experience required, and more details, please visit our website for full description.
Link: https://newmexicowildlifecenter.org/employment/
Director
Southeastern Raptor Center
See link below
Link: https://www.auemployment.com/postings/27066
Certified Veterinary Technician
Wildlife Rehabilitation Center of Minnesota
Certified Veterinary Technicians (CVTs) assist in the treatment and rehabilitation of injured, orphaned or sick wild animals.  They perform a variety of veterinary medical care and support services; provide necessary guidance to volunteers and interns; properly manage and adhere to all WRC medical, safety and training procedures; and maintain high quality standards in medical care, facility maintenance and record keeping.


The position is part of our medical team of five-full time and three part-time staff veterinarians and six certified veterinary technicians in a fully equipped veterinary hospital including: digital radiology, ultrasound, in-house lab (including teaching microscope), a surgical suite, XRF lead detection, and critical care capabilities.


WRC is open seven days a week, 365 days a year, has a full-time staff of 26, and relies greatly on the efforts of more than 600 volunteers.


Details & Requirements


Must have and maintain a veterinary technician certification in the state of MN.

Rabies pre-exposure vaccine series and titer are required before starting.  Covid-19 vaccination required. 
Link: https://wrcmn.org/Vet-Internships-at-WRC/13/
Naturalist/Trainer
World Bird Sanctuary
The job is a full time/seasonal position, starting 5 April and ending about 15 September. Your training would start on 5 April at World Bird Sanctuary headquarters. On or about 25 April you would move to one of 2 cities; Buffalo, NY or Milwaukee WI. You will be part of a 4 person team that produces and presents a live, educational and entertaining bird show. Housing will be provided by World Bird Sanctuary at whatever location you would go to, and also while you are in St. Louis. If you are interested, please send your resume, cover letter and 3 professional references to jmeshach@worldbirdsanctuary.org Jeff Meshach, deputy director of World Bird Sanctuary, is at the NWRA symposium, so he is available to further explain the job.
Seasonal Animal Care Staff - Oconomowoc WI
Wildlife In Need Center
Seasonal Animal Care Staff
General Position Guidelines:
The Seasonal Animal Care Staff assists with the care, treatment, and release of wild patients at the Wildlife in Need Center. This position is 20-24 hours per week through October 31, 2022 and reports to the Director of Animal Care.
To apply: Please submit a resume, three professional references and cover letter explaining how your qualifications fit the
requirements of this position to Elisa Fosco at lfosco@helpingwildife.org by March 10, 2022.

Link: http://www.helpingwildlife.org/wp/wp-content/uploads/2022/02/2022-Seasonal-Staff-Job-Description.pdf
Animal Care Staff/Wildlife Rehabilitator
Wildlife In Need Center
The Animal Care Staff/Wildlife Rehabilitator is responsible for the care, treatment and release of wildlife patients according to accepted standards and documented procedures. The Animal Care
Staff/Wildlife Rehabilitator is also responsible for compliance with required state and federal reporting, procedures, including annual admission/disposition statistics, drug usage reporting, and
any other directives issued by agencies governing the animal care activities of the Wildlife In Need Center. This position reports to the Director of Animal Care.
This is a full time, salaried position. The starting salary is $25,000 based on qualifications and experience. Primary hours vary annually, but will include some holidays, weekends, and evenings. This position is available immediately. To apply, email detailed cover letter, resume, availability, contact information for three references, salary expectations and references to lfosco@helpingwildlife.org
Link: http://www.helpingwildlife.org/wp/wp-content/uploads/2022/01/Animal-Care-Staff-2021-.pdf
Wildlife Veterinarian
Nebraska Wildlife Rehab
The Wildlife Veterinarian will be responsible for the medical assessment, treatment, and care of wildlife received by NWR. They will be the only full-time staff veterinarian at the Baldwin Wildlife Center and Hubbard Family Wildlife Hospital - a brand new state-of-the-art facility.

This is an opportunity to build a professional,
innovative veterinary program in a large, established wildlife rehabilitation facility with ample room for growth.

The position will generally be 5 days per week, including some weekends and holidays, with some scheduling flexibility. In case of emergency, Veterinarian may periodically be called for assessment or procedure.

For a full description, visit the link below. For questions, contact Laura Stastny using the contact info below or meet up at the conference.
Link: https://nebraskawildliferehab.org/who-we-are/employment-opportunities.html
Wildlife Care Specialist & Intern Supervisor (seasonal)
Nebraska Wildlife Rehab
This person will provide superior husbandry and care for native wildlife in a brand new, state-of-the art facility at an established wildlife center and will assist in supervising interns and the day-to-day operations of the Wildlife Center. To see the full job description, please follow the link below. For more information please contact Erin Higgins using the contact information below or message Laura Stastny on Whova or find her at the wildlife conference.
Link: https://nebraskawildliferehab.org/who-we-are/employment-opportunities.html
Level II Wildlife Rehab Intern (paid, seasonal)
Nebraska Wildlife Rehab
Duties include:

Cleaning and care of wildlife in outside pre-release cages.

Enrichment and oversight of the wilding and release of wildlife.

Participating in rescues and transportation of wildlife.

Animal tracking and reporting.

Housing available.

To see the full job description, please follow the link below. For more information please contact Erin Higgins using the contact information below or message Laura Stastny on Whova or find her at the wildlife conference.
Link: https://nebraskawildliferehab.org/who-we-are/employment-opportunities.html
Level I Wildlife Rehab Internship
Nebraska Wildlife Rehab
NWR offers internships to university students to fulfill internship credit in certain fields, or for students wanting to gain hands-on experience in the fields of Wildlife Management, Veterinary Medicine, and Animal Science. NWR is a high-volume wildlife center operating out of a brand new, state-of-the-art Center and veterinary hospital in Omaha, NE.

These internships are unpaid, and all travel, food, and lodging costs are the responsibility of the intern.  We will accept applications from any current or recently graduated university student in the United States. Housing may be available for a fee.

Duties include:

Feeding orphaned wildlife

Cleaning and disinfecting wildlife cages and nurseries

Assisting in the care of injured and ill adult wildlife

Creating and implementing enrichment for wild patients

Assisting with the intake of new patients as needed

Serving as an ambassador for NWR and Nebraska's native wildlife

Documenting patient feeding and medical treatments

Cleaning tasks as assigned.

Level I interns work an average of 22 hours per week.

For more information, contact Erin Higgins using the information below or contact Laura Stastny on the Whova app or at the conference.
Link: https://nebraskawildliferehab.org/education/internships-for-university-students.html
Wildlife and Clinic Veterinarian
Humane Animal Rescue of Pittsburgh
HARP operates Pennsylvanias second largest, fully licensed wildlife clinic specializing in the care of native wildlife. When concerned neighbors come to us with an animal that needs help, we work to provide treatment and rehabilitation so the animals can ultimately be returned to their natural habitat. As an open door-facility since 1997, we have treated over 40,000 patients, relying on donations from the community to continue our conservation work. HARPs release rate of over 60% is almost twice the national US average for wildlife rehabilitation. In addition, the Wildlife Center maintains a permanent education ambassador collection comprised of various native Pennsylvania species. Our Center operates in compliance with the United States Department of Agriculture, Pennsylvania Game Commission, United States Fish and Boat Service and United Stated Federal Wildlife Service.

HARP provides competitive pay and excellent benefits and PTO to our employees. Applicants are eligible for signing and relocation bonuses. Our Veterinary positions are PSLF eligible.
Link: https://www.paycomonline.net/v4/ats/web.php/jobs/ViewJobDetails?job=73644&clientkey=E666802E9C17FCC39ED2D79F889B6220
Wildlife Rehabilitation Manager
New Mexico Wildlife Center
Wildlife Rehabilitation Manager 

PURPOSE:  

Oversee NMWC’s hospital and rehabilitation program.

Through the application of current best practices ensure the best attainable medical care, treatment and rehabilitation outcomes for wildlife patients at NMWC.

Provide leadership and management that places the hospital and rehabilitation operations of NMWC as a national leader in wildlife care and rehabilitation.

CLASSIFICATION:   Full time exempt

REPORTS TO:  Executive Director

SUPERVISES:  Wildlife Rehabilitators, Volunteers and Interns

WORK HOURS:  Work hours are seasonably variable, typically 5 days/40 hours per week. Some nights, weekend and holiday work hours required. Some in-state travel required.

BENEFITS:  Health insurance reimbursement, PTO, holidays as described in NMWC employee manual.

OVERTIME:  N/A 

POSITION SUMMARY

The Wildlife Rehabilitation Manager has the primary responsibility of overseeing the operation of NMWC’s hospital and rehabilitation program. This position supervises other full-time and seasonal rehabilitators along with volunteers and student interns. The Manager works closely with NMWC’s resident and associated veterinarians to coordinate care and treatment of animal patients. In collaboration with the Executive Director the Manager ensures that the facility, equipment, supply and material needs of the hospital and rehabilitation operations are met.  Further, that all local, state, and federal permitting and reporting are current. The incumbent is responsible for ensuring that accurate, timely and complete records are maintained and managed. The Wildlife Rehabilitation Manager works with the Communications & Outreach Manager in the coordination of the volunteer and intern programs and in externally communicating the work of the hospital and rehabilitation to the general public, donors, media, elected officials and other conservation organizations and agencies. 

For additional details, please see the website.
Link: https://newmexicowildlifecenter.org/employment/
Songbird Team Lead
Santa Barbara Wildlife Care Network
Under the Director of Rehabilitation, this position performs daily wildlife rehabilitation care and supervises volunteers at the Santa Barbara Wildlife Care Center. Duties for this position include supervising all care of songbirds; training new year-round and seasonal staff members as well as volunteers and interns in songbird rehabilitation; maintaining updated songbird protocols in conjunction with the Rehabilitation Director and Staff Veterinarian; answering phone calls and responding to the public regarding local wildlife issues and concerns.

For full job description, see: https://static1.squarespace.com/static/6063f0efc0bea154bcab6fcd/t/62140c0a8ece374934e2e0f0/1645480970528/Songbird+Lead+Job+Description+2.21.22.docx.pdf
Link: https://www.sbwcn.org
Full time Wildlife Rehabilitator
Pelican Harbor Seabird Station
looking for a full time, experienced wildlife rehabilitator. Must be available to work weekends and holidays.
Email resume with references to Yaritza Acosta, Rehab Manager.

Description of Work: Assists in overseeing the day-to-day wildlife rehabilitation operations to ensure that patient welfare meets the highest standards (e.g., triage and assessment, medical/veterinary care and treatment plans, diet plans, feeding and weaning schedules, housing requirements, environmental enrichment, and release).

Supervision Received: Reports directly to Rehabilitation Manager.

● Miscellaneous tasks/requests that support the organization.
● Maintain WRMD entries.
● Check emails daily and respond the same business day.
● Perform and/or supervise evaluations, triage, develop treatment plans, calculates dosage, and administers medications, radiographs, etc.
● Preparation and administration of appropriate diets
● Infant animal feedings, cage setup, enrichment, etc.
● Assist veterinarian during treatments and surgeries.
● Assist with volunteer and intern training.
● Perform rescues/transport of injured wildlife if needed.
● Release patients as needed.
Link: www.pelicanharbor.org
Intake Team Lead
Santa Barbara Wildlife Care Network
Under the direction of the Director of Animal Care and the Director of Rehabilitation, this position conducts initial intake examinations on patients at the Santa Barbara Wildlife Care Network. Duties for this position include supervising volunteers and interns in assisting with the intake, triage, and initial treatment process; communication of the status of new patients and the proposed treatment plan to animal care staff and ensuring that they are set up in appropriate housing for their initial needs; performing euthanasias when necessary; entering all new patient records in a complete and timely manner; and assisting with answering phone calls related to potential new patients as needed and time permitting. Additionally, this position assists with other aspects of rehabilitation and medical care and with updating protocols during slower parts of the year.

For full job description, see:

https://static1.squarespace.com/static/6063f0efc0bea154bcab6fcd/t/62140b74f683c8720f4f56dc/1645480821414/Intake+Team+Lead+2.21.22.pdf
Link: https://www.sbwcn.org
Wildlife Rehabilitation Internship
North Carolina Zoo’s Wildlife Rehabilitation Center
Requirements: Prospective interns must be in an undergraduate, associates program, or recently graduated (within one year) from a relevant field of study, be able to lift a minimum of 50 lbs., bend, stoop, stand for periods of at least 30 minute intervals, walk on variable substrate, work in all climatic conditions, be able to read & follow instructions, communicate clearly, perform simple calculations and have dependable transportation. Interns must be rabies vaccinated to care for adult self/feeding and education mammals. Unvaccinated interns may assist with the hand-rearing of orphaned mammals, care for birds and reptiles, and perform all other responsibilities. This position may not be suitable for individuals who are immune suppressed and/or pregnant. Persons who are hearing, sight, or speech impaired should bring this to the attention of the supervisor so reasonable accommodations can be made

To Apply: Please mail an application to Wildlife Rehabilitation Center, North Carolina Zoo, 4401 Zoo Parkway, Asheboro, NC 27205 or email nczoo.wildliferehab@nczoo.org with questions.
Link: www.nczoo.org/interns
Veterinary Technician
Santa Barbara Wildlife Care Network
Under the direction of the Staff Veterinarian, this position performs daily wildlife care and medical triage, including drawing up medications, performing radiographs, performing fecal examinations and basic blood work, monitoring anesthesia during surgeries and other sedated procedures, keeping medical records updated, and supervising volunteers in a variety of tasks at the Santa Barbara Wildlife Care Center.

For full job description, see:

https://static1.squarespace.com/static/6063f0efc0bea154bcab6fcd/t/619294867cb7920ee9bb2d2b/1636996231542/Vet+Tech+Job+Description+11.15.21.docx+%281%29.pdf
Link: https://www.sbwcn.org
Veterinary Technician/Assistant
Center Valley Animal Rescue
We’re currently looking for a Licensed Veterinary Technician or an experienced Veterinary Assistant. This person would be doing weekly checks on all of our animals and keeping up on routine medical care, as needed. They will also be helping move animals through the quarantine process, assisting with spay and neuter clinics, communicating with our veterinarians about animal needs, and helping educate our staff, interns and volunteers.
Link: centervalleyanimalrescue.org
Director of the Wildlife Medical Clinic, Faculty
University of Illinois - College of Veterinary Medicine
We are seeking a veterinarian with a passion for wildlife
medicine and for working closely with veterinary students to
develop their clinical and leadership skills.

The Wildlife Medical Clinic occupies recently renovated and purpose-built space in the Veterinary Medicine South Clinic. Access to digital radiology, surgical/anesthetic suite, dedicated wards, and client reception in the shared Vet Med South Clinic Building. Opportunities to consult with veterinary specialists throughout the Veterinary Teaching Hospital on cases as
needed. Approximately 130 veterinary and undergraduate student
volunteers caring for about 2,000 ill or injured native Illinois
wildlife annually. Invigorating collaborations across disciplines to advance veterinary science, student instruction, and patient care. Growing college of veterinary medicine pursuing ambitious
strategic plan. World-class land-grant campus with global impact. Affordable and friendly community with rich array of cultural
and leisure opportunities; three metropolitan centers within
two hours’ drive.
Link: https://vetmed.illinois.edu/2022/03/02/two-faculty-positions-in-zoological-medicine/#Assistant-Professor-Lecturer-Instructor
Wildlife Hospital Intern
Fellow Mortals Wildlife Hospital
https://theiwrc.org/job-postings-and-animal-placement/show-ad/
Link: Www.fellowmortals.org
Communications and outreach manager
Tamarack wildlife center
Seeking enthusiastic team member with skills in marketing, social media, and fundraising. Job also includes assisting in rehab and education programming as need arises.
Link: http:/www.tamarackwildlife.org
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