Looking for a new adventure or have a position you’d like to fill? Head on over to The Association’s Career Center. Here’s a sample of the latest listings.
Director, Shelter Behavior Training, ASPCA
Remote, with regular work in Weaverville, NC, & Columbus, OH
Be a part of the Shelter Behavior Training program, a new initiative to provide the critical combo of knowledge, skill, and experience necessary to launch a career as a shelter behavior specialist. This position will develop the curriculum, and hire, train, and supervise instructors. Learn more.
Traveling Veterinarian, The Anti-Cruelty Society
This full-time licensed veterinarian will divide their time between three humane societies in the Chicago area, supporting medical and surgical services to animals in the clinic. Get details on essential job functions and application info.
Resource Center Veterinarian, Humane Society of Utah
Salt Lake City, UT
The Resource Center Veterinarian will practice veterinary medicine within a high-volume shelter setting, striving to provide the best possible care on both a herd health and individual level. Four-day work week with full-time benefits. Learn more.
Client Services Representative, Humane Society of Sonoma County
Santa Rosa, CA
This position will interface with the public and provide excellent telephone and in-person customer service to HSSC’s Community Veterinary Clinic. “If you love animals and people…you will feel right at home in our pack!” writes HSSC. More details here.
Social Media Producer, Animal Humane Society
Twin Cities, MN, metro area & remote
This position will develop and implement an integrated social media strategy. Requirements include proficiency in Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, HTML/CSS, and strong photography and video production skills. Full benefits and emphasis on work-life balance. Learn more.
P.S. Members of The Association can list new jobs for free for 30 days. For non-members, it’s $150 per 30-day listing. And since two non-member postings add up to more than the cost of a one-year membership, it’s a smart and resourceful move to join The Association!
Photo: The Anti-Cruelty Society