Looking to spread your professional wings? Following is a sampling of the latest opportunities from The Association’s Career Center. Animal Services Analyst/Manager, City of Visalia Animal Services Visalia, CA This position is responsible for managing and directing all operations, personnel, facility maintenance, capital expenditures, procurement, policy development, and grant writing.
Committed to a more just and equitable animal welfare profession? Then you’ll want to know Jasmin Robinson, who recently joined the team at The Association The Association: Describe your role at The Association. What are some of your day-to-day responsibilities? Jasmin Robinson: I am a diversity, equity, and inclusion thought partner for The Association.
The Association is looking for individuals to nominate themselves or a colleague to lead the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion journey for animal welfare Our Commitment to DEI Since 2019, the Association has been on a journey to lead and support DEI efforts across the animal welfare profession. To achieve an equitable profession, diversity must be respected and embraced.
Welcome to our new feature, “How I Got Here,” that digs into the career path and development of an animal welfare professional and member of The Association. Much appreciation to Stephanie Kendrick, Hawaiian Humane’s Director of Community Engagement, for sharing her experiences for this first post of the series.
I hope 2023 has started out well for each of you, and that you’re on track to make it a great year for your community, the animals, your organization, and yourself. Having been in this profession for over 38 years and on the earth for more than 61 years, I’m not naïve enough to believe the turning of the calendar page (yep, we used to do that manually with paper calendars featuring photos of cute kittens or exotic landscapes) will….
New Year, new adventure? Following is a sampling of the latest opportunities from The Association’s Career Center. Chief Development Officer, Placer SPCA Roseville, CA The lead fundraiser for the organization, the CDO nurtures and grows major and planned gifts, while overseeing a robust annual giving program, corporate investments, and grants.
As the immediate Past Chair, Brad Shear welcomes and introduces the newly elected Board of Directors, as voted in during The Association’s annual business meeting, held last month at The Fall Conference. Here’s his special message to them.