Ready for the next adventure? Got a new position to fill? Head on over to The Association’s Career Center. Here’s a sampling of the latest opportunities.
Animal Services Coordinator (Marketing), Dallas Animal Services
This dynamic role involves creating content for pet profiles and social media, including handling and photographing animals of all sizes and species. The successful candidate has strong customer service and volunteer management skills. See requirements and how to apply.
Medical Director, Multnomah County Animal Services
This position for a licensed veterinarian will hire, supervise and develop the Animal Health team, as well as oversee and monitor medicine and surgery. Learn about preferred skills and benefits.
Director of Advocacy, Dumb Friends League
The Director of Advocacy represents the League as an advocate for animal welfare in state and local legislative forums, as well as manages contract lobbyists. Much of the role entails promoting and empowering the implementation of socially conscious sheltering throughout Colorado. Learn more here.
Chief Veterinarian, Maricopa County Animal Care and Control
This position develops, implements, and manages veterinary processes, programs, and systems that address health and disease prevention needs in this busy shelter environment. Ideal candidate will have advanced surgical experience or training in high-quality, high-volume spay/neuter. Benefits include flexible schedule and loan repayment. Details here.
Animal Care Specialist, Fairfax County Animal Shelter
The Animal Care Specialist is responsible for the care, feeding and handling of animals; duties include cleaning and maintaining kennels, and receiving animals and performing intake functions. Bilingual candidates are encouraged to apply. Learn more here.
P.S. Members of The Association are welcome to list new jobs for free for 30 days. For non-members, it’s $150 per listing. When you consider that two non-member postings add up to more than the cost of a one-year membership, be a smart shopper and join The Association.
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