Network Partner Job Openings
Want to get involved in your community? Check out the following job openings with our Network partners as well as helpful resources for those looking for a job in animal welfare.
Network Partner Job Openings
Please note, the job postings are courtesy listings for our Network partners. For more information on any of the opportunities listed, please contact the organization directly.
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We currently have opportunities listed in: Arizona, California, Florida, Idaho, Illinois, Nevada, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, Oregon, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Virginia, Washington, and Wisconsin.
Humane Society of Wickenburg - Wickenburg
- Adoption Coordinator- Facilitating adoptions of shelter cats and dogs. Answers emails and phone calls from the public regarding pets for adoption in a prompt, professional and informative manner. Review adoption applications. Contact potential adopter references. Arrange appointments. Observe interactions between animals and potential adopters. Assess personalities and needs of animals and determine whether a potential adopter, family/home is a good match. Educate owners about proper pet care. Process and file paperwork. Subsequent to adoption, assess and address and/or facilitate any needs/resources an adopter or animal may have or need. Assist with special events and participate as necessary. Participate in off-site adoption events. Post animals for adoption on social media sites. Safely transport animals to and from adoption events. Network with other agencies for alternative animal placement. Maintains cleanliness and organization of adoption areas and materials. Lead others by example by providing exemplary service. Dependable and TEAM minded. Other duties as assigned. You can learn morea about this opportunity and how to apply by clicking here.
- Animal Care Specialist- Provide food and water to shelter animals according to feeding protocols. Clean, disinfect, and wash cages, kennel areas, exercise/outdoor runs and other animal care related areas of including but not limited, to feces and urine. Bathe, groom, and exercise animals as needed or as directed. Perform shelter animal wellness exams and maintain weight, temperature, and body condition records. Manage animal diets appropriately. Drive shelter vehicle to pick up or deliver shelter animals or as directed, always keeping the vehicle clean. Assist potential adopters with tours and adoption processes. Answering telephones. Provide excellent customer service. Assist citizens surrendering and adopting animals and provide animal care information. Maintain all areas in a neat, clean, and organized fashion. Perform various custodial duties as required or directed. Be familiar with animals available for adoption. Handle animals humanely, safely, and effectively. Administer medications and treatments as directed. Administer vaccinations. Implantation of microchips. To provide leadership for fellow co-workers and volunteers. Support the Team Coordinator by monitoring performance ensuring adherence to company policies of co-workers and volunteers. To aid as needed with hiring, onboarding, and training of new staff members. Assist with training of volunteers. Lead others by example by providing exemplary service. Act as first line of defense for customer issues and employee disagreements. Dependable and TEAM minded. Other duties as assigned. You can learn more about this opportunity by clicking here.
Priceless Pet Rescue - Chino Hills
- Veterinarian- We are looking for a part time veterinarian at our new Chino Hills location to see our animals from our three adoption center locations and occasionally assist with surgery. We are a non-corporate hospital where our doctors practice shelter level medicine with a huge heart for the animals! We truly save lives here. Our doctors work with excellent team members, volunteers who help with a number of tasks, and we have the most fun, energetic, outgoing team around! We have a very competitive pay schedule depending on experience. The ideal candidate will understand shelter medicine, have worked or volunteered in a shelter environment or be willing to learn. A great attitude and the ability to maintain good relationships with other veterinarians in our community is a must. We are looking for someone who wants to give back in the field, and be part of our live saving team! You can learn more about this opportunity and how to apply by clicking here.
Fresno Humane Animal Services - Fresno
- Animal Services Officer- Fresno Humane Animal Services serves the County of Fresno and is seeking Animal Services Officers to perform a wide range of field services. This team is responsible for responding to reports of pets, livestock and wildlife in need, investigating reports of potential rabies exposures and dangerous animals, seeking compliance of animal related ordinances, codes and laws, promoting pet retention and empowering community members around animal-related issues. The ideal candidate will possess the ability to effectively communicate and maintain relationships with the public and co-workers. Fresno Humane is an engagement-based organization that’s looking to improve the lives of the humans and their pets residing in and around Fresno County. If you want more information about this opportunity and how to apply, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Heaven on Earth - North Hollywood
- SpayShip Transport Coordinator (Full-time)- SpayShip is Heaven on Earth’s transport and trap, neuter, release (TNR) program designed to help facilitate the spaying and neutering of cats – strays, ferals, community, and companion cats. Our services are provided free of charge. The focus of this program is assisting with transportation, TNR, outreach, and community education: We transport stray cats and kittens to the clinic (FixNation) for spay & neuter, vaccinations, and medical care and return them to their caretakers; we help the community care for their stray cats by educating them on humane trapping techniques and basic colony care; we loan humane traps and offer trap training; we offer trapping services and also participate in trapping projects; we provide resources to assist in fostering and adoption of tame kittens and cats. Heaven on Earth is looking for a Transport Coordinator for the afternoon/evening shift that focuses on transporting and trapping for our SpayShip Transport Program! This life-saving program provides free transport, TNR, and trapping assistance to communities in the San Fernando Valley. Be a part of the solution. TNR saves lives! You can learn more about this opportunity by clicking here.
- SpayShip Transport Coordinator (Part-time)- SpayShip is Heaven on Earth’s transport and trap, neuter, release (TNR) program designed to help facilitate the spaying and neutering of cats – strays, ferals, community, and companion cats. Our services are provided free of charge. The focus of this program is assisting with transportation, TNR, outreach, and community education: We transport stray cats and kittens to the clinic (FixNation) for spay & neuter, vaccinations, and medical care and return them to their caretakers; we help the community care for their stray cats by educating them on humane trapping techniques and basic colony care; we loan humane traps and offer trap training; we offer trapping services and also participate in trapping projects; we provide resources to assist in fostering and adoption of tame kittens and cats. Heaven on Earth is looking for a Morning Transporter for our SpayShip Program! This life-saving program provides free transport and trapping assistance to communities in the San Fernando Valley. Be a part of the solution. TNR saves lives! You can learn more about this opportunity and how to apply by clicking here.
Pets In Need - Palo Alto
- Shelter Veterinarian- In concert with the Medical Director, manage all medical care and health management programs for Pets In Need’s shelter guests, including those temporarily in foster care, focusing on identification, treatment and prevention of health problems thereby increasing adoptions and decreasing adoption returns. Perform surgical procedures on shelter animals, as needed, (spay/neuter, hernia repair, growth removals, dental extractions). Maintain all established shelter medical standards, such as drug log/security, cleaning protocols, surgical procedures, medical protocols, etc. Ensure that Pets In Need is in compliance with all state and federal laws regarding the practice of shelter veterinary medicine on site. Maintain accurate and complete medical records, including those recorded in the shelter database (including treatments, examinations, test results, surgeries and outcomes) and other records required by local and state laws. Manage medical department operations at Palo Alto shelter, including the preparation of the annual department budget and management of department staff (RVTs, VAs, etc). Collaborate with the shelter manager regarding the composition and quantity of all animals brought to the shelter. Arrange for relief veterinarian to fill in during vacations to ensure that there is always suitable medical coverage for Pets In Need animals. You can learn more about this opportunity and how to apply by clicking here.
Santa Paula Animal Rescue Center - Santa Paula
- Registered Veterinary Technician- Small but fast-paced animal shelter in Santa Paula, CA is looking to add a full- or part-time Registered Vet Tech (RVT) to join our close-knit and team-oriented shelter staff who strive to come from a place of “yes.” We are looking for flexible, organized communicators who are willing to share their knowledge with staff, volunteers and the public. Our veterinary clinic provides services to both the shelter and our community. We perform high volume spay/neuter services weekly as well as host guest surgeons who utilize our facility. Pay is $26-$28 per hour depending on experience. If you are a high school graduate or GED equivalent with a current California RVT license with a minimum of 2 years’ experience working in a veterinary hospital required (clinic with animal shelter experience is a plus!). You can learn more about this opportunity and how to apply by clicking here.
City of Jacksonville Animal Care & Protective Services - Jacksonville
- Animal Care Assistant- The City of Jacksonville, FL, is seeking an Animal Care Assistant. This is service maintenance work in maintenance of kennel facilities; care and feeding of sheltered animals; and performance of related clerical and customer support work. You can learn more about this opportunity and how to apply by clicking here.
- Veterinary Technician- This is technical work in the routine maintenance of kennel facilities to include: care and feeding of sheltered animals, performance of related clerical and customer support work, providing support to veterinarians and veterinary technician seniors in routine medical, surgical, and/or necropsy procedures. Work requires knowledge of standardized work routines and procedures used in the care of animals and maintenance of kennel facilities; including ability to operate a computer. Work schedule involves some weekend, holidays and rotating shifts. Contacts with others require skills in understanding and influencing people, which are important in responding to and resolving complaints relating to animal care issues. Work is performed following established routines, standing instructions, and established procedures and involves similar situations requiring choice of correct procedures. Work is performed in field, kennel, and office environments, where there are some risks and hazards due to the handling of ill and infectious animals, and exposure to offensive odors, chemicals, and other airborne nuisances. Work is performed under general supervision where the work assignments are varied and, although subject to standard practices and procedures, the worker is permitted some latitude to set own priorities subject to superior's approval. You can learn more about this opportunity and how to apply by clicking here.
Jacksonville Humane Society - Jacksonville
- Veterinary Practice Manager (Full Time)- The Veterinary Practice Manager is responsible for effectively using all available resources to provide the best possible patient care to animals treated and handled by the clinic staff, as well as to ensure the profitability of the practice so we can continue our mission. Responsibilities include handling the business activities of the practice such as hiring and training support staff, preparing financial statements and budgets, monitoring key performance indicators, managing appointment schedules, setting fees, maintaining inventory and an inventory control system, managing the hospital software, and implementing safety and security procedures. You can learn more about this opportunity and how to apply by clicking here.
YOUR Humane Society SPCA - Lake Panasoffkee
Executive Director- YOUR Humane Society SPCA is seeking an Executive Director to lead the oldest and largest no-kill shelter in Sumter County, Florida. The Executive Director will provide leadership across all operations and programs. For the full description of qualification requirements, compensation, benefits and to apply, visit hsspca.org/employment and email a resume to email@example.com. We are an equal opportunity employer.
- Shelter Manager- Position manages the direct supervisors and operations of the kennel section of the agency. Provides for animal care, maintenance, disease control, animal handling & assessment, and responds to urgent operational needs impacting staff, volunteers, the public and animals in the shelter. Position strategically manages population movement and necessary euthanasia performed with state laws and local ordinance. Operates independently with broad discretion/decision making authority w/o prior approval required. Works closely with the veterinary and enforcement sections with regard to animal population. You can learn more about this opportunity and how to apply by clicking here.
MCPAWS - McCall
- Director of Veterinary Services- MCPAWS Veterinary Hospital is a key part of the MCPAWS Regional Animal Shelter organization. We are looking for an experienced veterinarian to oversee our Veterinary Medicine Program. The goal of this program is to maximize the positive impact our organization has on pets and the people who love them through compassionate and comprehensive veterinary services. The Position: Utilize a full service hospital to meet the unique veterinary needs of our community. The MCPAWS Veterinary Medicine Program is a unique blend of shelter medicine and full-service, private practice veterinary work. Administrative duties are covered and veterinary support staff is ready to help you focus your unique talents where they are needed most – with our two and four-legged clients! Position acts as mentor to Associate Veterinarian(s) and serves a key role in high level, organizational leadership and initiatives. A balance of 70% practice work to 30% shelter work can be expected. Professional development, including formal training in specialized fields, like orthopedics (TPLO, TTA, etc), is available and encouraged
Benefits package, paid time off, flexible schedule (4/10 work week available). Assistance with relocation expenses available. You can learn more about this opportunity and how to apply by clicking here.
Animal Care League - Oak Park
- Canine Manager- The Canine Manager oversees our canine population from intake to adoption. Responsibilities include: managing intake, conducting behavior evaluations on incoming animals, scheduling owner surrenders, day to day management of the canine population, ensuring that animals are processed properly, communicating with the medical staff, determining enrichment protocols, creating and seeing through adoption plans for long-term animals, and aiding in euthanasia decisions. The Canine Manager is also responsible for supervising/training kennel staff, and managing and developing programs within the canine department including conducting volunteer training classes. The ideal candidate will be a self-motivated person who is positive, open-minded and forward thinking. Candidates should have a firm understanding of animal behavior and animal sheltering as well as a good understanding of shelter medicine and disease control in a shelter environment. They will also have strong multi-tasking and communication skills and have a shared passion for animals as well as people. Required experience includes: Bachelor’s Degree or 5 years relevant experience; at least 3 years of Animal Shelter or relevant experience; must possess superior dog handling skills and have an understanding of canine behavior relevant to the shelter environment; and strong computer skills, experience with PetPoint software a plus. Candidates who do not hold the minimum requirements may not be considered. For consideration, please send resume, cover letter and salary requirements to: firstname.lastname@example.org
DuPage County Animal Services - Wheaton
- Animal Control Officer- DuPage County Animal Services is hiring for a full-time Animal Control Officer. This role is responsible for processing bite reports, dangerous dog investigations, field services such as stray pick up, the rescue of sick/injured animals, and other animal concerns. The role also provides resources that help with pet retention and education to help people live harmoniously with animals in our community. You can learn more about this opportunity and how to apply by clicking here.
Pet Network Humane Society - Incline Village
- Veterinarian/Medical Director- Located in Incline Village, Nevada, on the north shore of Lake Tahoe, Pet Network Humane Society is a growing organization focused on reducing euthanasia in shelters. In addition to providing day to day medical care and surgical procedures for our shelter animals, our Medical Director will join our management team, helping to guide our organization's growing life saving initiatives. Competitive salary and benefits, including health insurance, vacation time, relocation stipend, reimbursement for professional licensing, membership to two veterinary associations, and continuing education allowance. Convenient commute from Reno or Carson City, and no Nevada state income tax. You can learn more about this opportunity and how to apply by clicking here.
Stray Hearts Animal Shelter - Taos
- Shelter Manager- Oversees shelter operations on a daily basis and provides administrative leadership. Minimum requirements include: supervisory or management experience in an animal care facility; must be detail oriented, accurate, dependable and able to prioritize and follow tasks through to timely completion; needs excellent verbal and written communication skills, computer skills to include word processing and data programs, ability to use digital camera; must be able to maintain a high level of professionalism with staff and within the community; must possess and demonstrate an enthusiasm and passion for the humane treatment of animals; and certification in Shelter Management or equivalent experience. You can learn more about this opportunity and how to apply by clicking here.
Animal Care Centers of NYC - New York
- Foster Program Coordinator- The Foster Program Coordinator is responsible for maintaining day-to-day operations of the foster program. As a Foster Coordinator, you will be responsible for coordinating the movement of animals in and out of foster homes, providing support to a network of over 800 foster parents, and facilitating the adoption process for every animal in foster care. You can learn more about this opportunity and how to apply by clicking here.
Humane Society of Charlotte - Charlotte
- Clinic Services Registered Veterinary Technician (RVT)- The Clinic Services RVT is responsible for the preparation and recovery of animals admitted for surgery at our two clinic locations. Ensuring vaccines are current, explaining high-risk factors to clients, and sanitizing and cleaning protocols are also included in the responsibilities of this role. Enthusiasm for the mission of the Humane Society of Charlotte and helping animals in our community is required, as well as current North Carolina State certification. To get an inside look at our Clinic Services, please watch our feature on Carolina Insight here! HSC offers competitive compensation packages that include employer-paid medical benefit options, as well as supplemental benefits including 401K. You can learn more about this opportunity and how to apply by clicking here.
Saving Grace, Inc - Roseburg
- Executive Director- Saving Grace Pet Adoption Center is in search of a new Executive Director capable of growing the organization to its next level of success! The Executive Director is responsible for managing the shelter’s growth and realizing its vision, as well as supervising operations. Responsibilities include fundraising and marketing, strategic planning, financial planning/oversight, program development and assessment. Ideal candidates will have demonstrated experience in growing a fundraising program, Board development, and the ability to cultivate leadership skills in others. You can learn more about this opportunity and how to apply by clicking here.
Animal Friends - Pittsburgh
- Associate Veterinarian- Assists in fulfilling the mission and vision of Animal Friends by acting as an advocate on behalf of animals and by providing prompt and quality veterinary services to all animals within the organization’s care while preparing them for adoption. The Veterinarian supervises the day-to-day medical care of animals—dogs, cats, and rabbits--both residing on site and in foster care. The position requires a working knowledge of shelter medicine and epidemiology as well as surgical proficiency. The Veterinarian must have a big-picture view of animal welfare, herd health, and shelter medicine while being able to work in emotional situations while remaining poised and professional. This position requires flexibility, high energy, strong problem-solving skills, a solution-based mind-set, and effective positive communication skills augmented by a compassionate spirit. As with every position within Animal Friends, the Veterinarian is expected to be a positive ambassador for the organization, abide by and promote its mission, policies, and vision. You can learn more about this opportunity and how to apply by clicking here.
- Medical Director of Shelter Medicine- The Medical Director of Shelter Medicine position requires a working knowledge of shelter medicine and epidemiology as well as surgical proficiency. This position assists in fulfilling the mission and vision of Animal Friends by acting as an advocate on behalf of animals and by providing prompt and quality veterinary services to all animals within the organization’s care while preparing them for adoption. The Medical Director also supervises the veterinary technician team and the day-to-day medical care of animals—dogs, cats, and rabbits--both residing on site and in foster care. Additional responsibilities include training and evaluation of the technician team and development of departmental policies, procedures, and protocols. The Medical Director will also be a key position on the Animal Friends Evaluation Committee, reviewing shelter animal cases and recommending a pathway for those with special needs medically, behaviorally, or otherwise. The Medical Director must have a big-picture view of animal welfare, herd health, and shelter medicine while being able to work in emotional situations while remaining poised and professional. This position requires flexibility, high energy, strong problem-solving skills, a solution-based mind-set, and effective positive communication skills augmented by a compassionate spirit. As with every position within Animal Friends, the Veterinarian is expected to be a positive ambassador for the organization, abide by and promote its mission, policies, and vision. You can learn more about this opportunity and how to apply by clicking here.
Greenville County Animal Care - Greenville
- Spay/Neuter Veterinarian- Come join our awesome shelter medicine team in Greenville, South Carolina! We are looking for a high quality, high volume spay/neuter veterinarian who is passionate about animal welfare and helping to create a no kill community. Greenville County Animal Care is an open intake municipal county shelter with an annual intake of about 9000 animals with 90% save rate. On staff are 68 people, including 2 full time veterinarians, 5 part time veterinarians and 16 veterinarian assistants. The shelter is located just 10 minutes from downtown Greenville and Reedy Falls Park. It is also situated just 10 minutes from downtown Traveler’s Rest and an hour drive to Asheville, NC. We are a progressive shelter that has implemented many new programs in the last 3 years to help create a no kill community. We have started a surrender veterinarian program and now have a CPDT-KA behavior trainer on staff. We have a community cat diversion program; free spay/neuter for any large breed dog and free TNR programs. Our spay/neuter clinic runs a wellness clinic designated for those on government assistance. The veterinarian will work part time; spend most of his/her time in the clinic, performing surgeries. The spay/neuter clinic provides services to shelter pets, rescues and the general public. Most surgeries are spay/neuter; however other soft tissue surgeries are done, such as but not limited to: mass removals, laceration repairs, amputations, cystotomies and exploratory surgeries. The veterinarian will also help with vaccine clinics and will assist the Medical Director and Head Shelter Veterinarian when needed. New graduates and experienced veterinarians are encouraged to apply. Shelter medicine experience is desired but not required. To apply for this position, you must complete an application here. Please feel free to email Dr. Kehir at email@example.com with any questions.
Animal Welfare League of Alexandria - Alexandria
- Chief of Animal Services- Works in collaboration with the Sergeant of Animal Service to ensure Animal Welfare League of Alexandria’s (AWLA) Animal Services Department provides modern, humane and professional animal services to the 150,000 residents of the City of Alexandria as outlined in AWLA’s contract with the City. The AWLA’s Animal Services Team responds to more than 18,000 calls for service annually. The Chief of Animal Services is responsible for specific areas of Animal Services including overseeing criminal investigations, building AWLA’s relationship with Alexandria Police Department and Department of Emergency Communications, running AWLA’s Danger Reduction task force and assisting with the AWLA’s Disaster Preparedness Programs, all with the goal of making the AWLA’s Animal Services Team a regional and national leader in this field. You can learn more about this opportunity and how to apply by clicking here.
Animal Welfare League of Arlington- Arlington
- Community Programs Coordinator- The Community Programs Coordinator oversees the day to day operations of the community assistance programs of the Animal Welfare League of Arlington, focusing on keeping people with their pets via low cost and free spay/neuter programs, vet assistance grants, safekeeping program, community vaccination clinics and researching resources and outreach for pet owners in need. In addition, the Community Programs Coordinator oversees the national spay day event programing, including content, publication and electronic/online distribution. The Community Programs Coordinator also coordinates program billing and follow up on all community assistance programs as needed. The Community Programs Coordinator is also expected to represent the League at various community events throughout Arlington and the local region. This position is based in Arlington, Virginia. You can learn more about this opportunity and how to apply by clicking here.
Seattle Humane - Bellevue
- Community Outreach Veterinarian- Seattle Humane is a private, not-for-profit, managed admission shelter committed to saving animal lives and improving the human-animal bond. Seattle Humane promotes the human-animal bond by saving and serving pets in need, regardless of age, ability, circumstance and geography. Seattle Humane has a 98.6% Live Release Rate. Last year we placed over 7,000 pets into loving homes and provided income-qualified households with access to affordable spay/neuter services through our public surgery clinic. We are searching for a veterinarian who can join us in our mission and help launch our Community Medicine and Wellness Program. Lack of access to affordable veterinary care has created a human and animal welfare crisis. At Seattle Humane, we are committed to reducing the numbers of animals entering shelters and to keeping pets in their loving homes by increasing access to veterinary care. The ideal candidate for this position should be passionate about preserving and strengthening the human-animal bond. They should be humble and kind, with a good sense of humor and deep desire to make a difference in the lives of people and their pets. This is a FT position. DVM will provide medical care for community and client-owned pets, including evaluation, case management, treatment decisions and direction of support staff. Provide vaccinations and basic wellness care on site and in the community at subsidized free or low-cost clinics. Veterinary care may be provided through SH clinic or at offsite locations better situated to meet community needs. You can learn more about this opportunity and how to apply by clicking here.
- Licensed Veterinary Technician (Full-time)- We are seeking excellent Licensed Veterinary Technicians to work in the Seattle Humane Veterinary Clinic. Seattle Humane promotes the human-animal bond by saving and serving pets in need, regardless of age, ability, circumstance or geography. We are searching for Licensed Veterinary Technicians who can join us in our mission and continue to grow and improve our excellent programs. Seattle Humane Licensed Veterinary Technicians are responsible for: Daily nursing care of all shelter animals and surgical patients; Surgical preparation, anesthesia and recovery of surgery patients; Diagnostic testing including phlebotomy and digital radiography; Assisting DVMs with dental procedures including dental radiography, anesthesia and scaling/polishing teeth; General cleaning and equipment maintenance in clinic; Following patient care and shelter protocols; Providing positive guidance to other veterinary services team members as well as to other shelter teams; Providing compassionate customer service. Candidates must be open to Fear Free handling and to learning new and advanced shelter/clinic care techniques. In order to be hired as an LVT, you must be currently licensed in the state of WA. You can learn more about this opportunity and how to apply by clicking here.
Pasado's Safe Haven - Monroe
- Lead HVHQSN Veterinarian- Pasado’s Safe Haven is currently hiring for an experienced high-volume Spay/Neuter Veterinarian for our mobile clinics, which operate at various locations in Pierce, South King and Snohomish counties. The Spay/Neuter Veterinarian is responsible for providing leadership and direction to the mobile unit staff and overseeing all medical care and surgeries for the animals receiving services. This position will also be responsible for oversight of the controlled drugs for the entire Spay/Neuter Program and will work closely with the Homelessness Prevention Manager to ensure the programs are operated efficiently and to their fullest potential, guaranteeing the safe sterilization of as many animals as possible in the community. The successful candidate will have experience in performing high-volume, high quality spays/neuters and be willing to work in a mobile surgery unit. This position requires local travel within Pierce and South King Counties on a regular basis and 2 Saturdays per month. You can learn more about this opportunity and how to apply by clicking here.
Clark County Humane Society - Neillsville
- Lead Veterinarian- Join the FixaPet Team! We are in search of a Lead Veterinarian for our FixaPet Program, providing high-quality low-cost spay/neuter services in Wisconsin. This position will guide FixaPet into the future as we expand the program to provide more services and will also manage the Shelter Medicine program for the Clark County Humane Society. Flexible scheduling in a beautiful location ensures an excellent work-life balance! You can learn more about this opportunity and how to apply by clicking here.
Professional Development Resources
While you’re looking for a job in animal welfare, check out these professional development resources curated by the HR Team at Best Friends:
University of Florida Veterinary Shelter Medicine Online supported by PetSmart Charities
University of the Pacific, Animal Management Certificate Program Online
Animal Sheltering, Trainings & Events
ASPCA Pro, Online Courses
ASPCA Pro, Webinars
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