The Association is the only international society of leaders actively leading and managing community animal shelters/animal control agencies.
#MondayMotivation, anyone? Every week on the blog, we pass along tools, time-savers and just-plain-genius ideas that your colleagues and members of The Association have suggested and tested. Today’s tip, courtesy of Alexsey Dobberstine at Houston SPCA, can turn your hiring manager into a walking, talking job listing Recruiting never looked so good, when you work this fun idea from Alexsey Dobberstine, Logistics and Transfers Manager at Houston SPCA.
CAWA: When you see those 4 letters after someone’s name, it means they have distinguished their skills in an already demanding field—and that they’ve studied for and passed a very comprehensive exam. Yes, they’re superstars—and every month we celebrate them here AND share practical info and real-world experiences for those interested in joining this group of professionals.
Submit your best to The Association’s 2021 Annual PSA Awards, sponsored by Hill’s Pet Nutrition Yup, it’s that time of year again. We’re looking for the top public service announcements or creative promotional videos created in support of pets in need.
In need of some #MondayMotivation? Get yours right here. Every week, we share tools, time-savers and just-plain-genius ideas that your colleagues and members of The Association have suggested and tested.
Monday again—time for us to kick off the week with a tool, a time-saver, or a just-plain-brilliant idea that your colleagues and members of The Association have suggested and tested. This week’s tip is courtesy of Humane Society Silicon Valley, where they implement an important hiring practice that’s proven to decrease gender and racial wage gaps.
Have you checked out The Association’s Career Center, where you can look for and post new opportunities? Here’s a sample of the latest listings this month. Director, Anchorage Animal Care and Control Anchorage, AK This position is responsible for all aspects of the agency’s operations, including overseeing policies and procedures, representing AACC in animal cruelty investigations, and hiring, training and leading staff.