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Corporate Services


Opportunities in Corporate Services

Whether you have years of experience or your career is just getting started, our corporate offices offer a great range of positions and professional careers.

Director of Planned Giving

We are seeking an experienced, energetic, and creative Director of Planned Giving to secure planned gift commitments from donors and prospective donors and to provide stewardship. The Director of Planned Giving reports to the Senior Vice President of Development. Key responsibilities include building new relationships and maintaining relationships with current legacy society members and planned giving prospects.   Has the responsibility to coordinate 2-4 North Shore Animal League America Wealth Preservation Seminars each year. Responsible to present our Planned Giving Programs, and to secure speakers and attendees for each seminar. Candidate will collaborate with Animal League America’s Finance Department on the administration of the planned giving program and ensure compliance with federal and state laws in the administration of life-income gifts, including contract preparation for gift annuities. The Director of Planned Giving will oversee the administration and collection of all pending estate distributions. Candidate must be goal orientated, work autonomously with a high degree of accountability, to meet or exceed established goals.

Essential Experience, Skills and Competencies:

  • Bachelor’s degree and 15+ years of progressively successful fundraising experience in soliciting planned gifts.
  • Additional legal or financial background such as JD, CPA, CFP preferred.
  • Solid understanding of gift, estate and financial planning, as well as of planned giving options for complex assets, life-income gifts and estates.
  • Advanced interpersonal skills with ability to communicate effectively and concisely both verbally and in writing, particularly to explain complex financial information in simple language with diverse audiences.
  • Strong presentation skills and excellent computer skills.
  • Demonstrated performance in prioritizing tasks, meeting deadlines, and working collegially as part of a team. 
  • Must have the ability to travel frequently, estimating once every two weeks. Must have access to a car.
  • Must be able to work a flexible schedule and some weekends.
  • Ability to embrace and articulate the mission, core values and aspirations of North Shore Animal League America.

We offer a competitive salary, excellent benefits package and much more. Please send resume with a cover letter by e-mail to HR@animalleague.org.

All cover letters MUST include salary requirements for consideration.

Front End Developer Intern

North Shore Animal League America is the largest no-kill animal rescue and adoption organization in the world. Since 1944, Animal League America’s mission has been saving the lives of pets through adoption, rescue and advocacy initiatives.

We are currently seeking a Front End Web Developer Intern for Summer 2015. This is an unpaid internship. Must be available Monday-Friday, at least 10-15 hours per week.

To be considered for this position, interested candidates should possess the following qualifications:

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS

  • Experience in PHP, JavaScript (jQuery), HTML, CSS, and responsive design front-end development
  • Completion of college-level programming courses
  • The ability to be agile in learning and adapting to different coding and CMS environments
  • Experience with open-source content management systems, such as Drupal and WordPress theming.
  • The ideal candidate will be creative, highly motivated, and able to operate effectively in technical contexts.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Previous work experience
  • A 3.0 GPA or higher
  • Completion of web development course(s)

ESSENTIAL TASKS TO BE PERFORMED

  • Creating visually appealing web pages or interfaces
  • Creating, editing or modifying templates for a web development framework
  • Working within Client/Constituent Relationship Management systems (Convio, Blackbaud Luminate)
  • Testing cross-browser, cross-platform, and/or cross-device compatibility for inconsistencies
  • Testing for speed and performance
  • Conducting observational user testing

To apply, please send your resume to HR@animalleague.org

Information Technology Intern

Description

We are currently looking for an IT Intern to learn PC troubleshooting techniques, work with staff, work with different software and hardware, and learn the pace of an IT position. The successful candidate will provide North Shore Animal League with on- site support services on desktops, laptops, printers, peripherals, handhelds and phones. Must be available Monday-Friday at least 10-15 hours per week. This is an unpaid internship.

Responsibilities

  • Assist with software rollouts, hardware testing and day to day support needs.
  • Provide basic preventative maintenance on computer equipment
  • Assist in the installation of hardware and peripherals components such as monitors, keyboards and printers; as well as, Assist in the research and procurement of computer accessories and supplies.

Requirements

  • Strong customer-service orientation
  • Excellent interpersonal skills, as this position requires direct contact with the user community
  • Experience in a Help Desk environment
  • Experience with Microsoft Windows XP, and Windows, Microsoft Office
  • Basic knowledge of Microsoft Active Directory, DHCP and DNS
  • Basic understanding of computer hardware and installation

Must be able to lift at least 50 lbs (i.e. printers, computers and other equipment)

How to Apply

Send resume to HR@animalleague.org

Opportunities in Clerical/Administrative Support

Dedicated to supporting NSALA's mission our staff is committed to providing the best service to our adopters and clients.

Client Services Representative

We have an exciting opportunity for full-time & part-time Client Services Representatives to work in our call center of the Alex Lewyt Veterinary Medical Center as part of the supportive staff providing customer service to clinic clients.  Handle incoming phone calls.  Schedules outpatient and spay and neuter appointments.  Processes spay/neuter clinic, vaccine clinic and Outpatient clinic paperwork, records and worksheets.

Requirements:

  • The ability to multitask. Computer literate
  • Exposure/Knowledge of Veterinary Medical Procedures, protocols, health and wellness, but not mandatory
  • Previous experience a plus

Responsibilities:

Handle all incoming Medical Center phone calls and direct calls to appropriate parties

  • Schedule appointments for Outpatients and Spay/Neuter
  • Give out routine information i.e.: Clinic hours, Verify vaccine information etc.
  • Create DVM call back reports
  • Process daily paperwork, logs and records for Spay/Neuter Surgeries, including Pet Health Center
  • Create, file and maintain medical records, register and credit/check machine.
  • Process Spay/Neuter Refunds
  • Receive payments for AM, Outpatient, PM and Spay/Neuter Clinics
  • Create, Copy, Fax/Mail medical records upon request
  • File original antech blood reports
  • Call owners on hospitalized pets to provide status reports.
  • Enter data entry into computer, i.e.: Shelter Medical Sheets, Ward Worksheets, DVM Initials, Vaccines and Spay/Neuter surgery information
  • Process daily paperwork and logs for Vaccine clinics
  • Distribute copied blood reports to appropriate wards
  • Keeping front office, Exam rooms and lobby including magazine rack, pamphlets and television clean and organized.

    We offer a competitive salary and 100% company paid Benefits package. Qualified candidates should email their resume, cover letter with salary requirements to hr@animalleague.org.  EOE

    Opportunities in Medical Services

    Our Medical Staff bring care, compassion, and empathy to their job every day of the year, enriching the lives of the countless animals they serve.

    Veterinary Student Externship Program

    Veterinary Student Shelter/Medical Center Externship Program 2015

    The North Shore Animal League America is pleased to offer an externship opportunity for students currently enrolled in their third and fourth year at a veterinary college. NSALA, the world’s largest no-kill animal adoption and rescue organization, offers students a diverse experience in animal sheltering as well as medical and surgical management of disease.  

    The Alex Lewyt Veterinary Medical Center was first established in 1992 and is dedicated to the treatment of all puppies, kittens, cats and dogs that come to our Rescue & Adoption Center each year.  We strive to provide the highest quality medicine to both our shelter population and owned pets from our community.

    Each week, over 150 animals are hospitalized and over 200 outpatients receive examinations and treatment.  Our veterinarians see, on average, over 20,000 pets each year.  Our medical staff provides our shelter pets with a full range of medical services including: routine vaccinations, management of complex medical cases, pediatric and neonatal medicine, isolation and management of infectious disease, spay/neuter procedures, soft-tissue and orthopedic surgery. We have a state of the art medical facility with digital full-body and dental radiography, ultrasound, a dental suite, rigid and flexible endoscopy.

    We have a two or four week externship program that focuses on sheltering rescued pets as well as treatment and surgical procedure.  Students have a variety of opportunities within our facility; working in our shelter, making rounds in our medical wards, seeing patients in our Outpatients Clinic, and the chance to both observe and participate in surgical procedures.  

    Extern Responsibilities:

    Externs are expected to work 40-hour weeks, and as a facility open 7 days a week we require ONE weekend shift each week.  Our facility is very hands-on and we expect the externs to participate in medical examinations and treatments of our visiting and hospitalized pets.  The student will be paired with one of our staff veterinarians while they attend to hospitalized patients.

    For more information please contact:

    Joshua Weiner
    Administrative Assistant to the Medical Director
    Phone: (516) 883-7900, ext. 484
    Fax: (516) 767-3942, attention to Joshua Weiner
    E-mail: joshw@animalleague.org

    Staff Veterinarians

    We are currently seeking full time Staff Veterinarians to join our team of professionals and per diem Veterinarians to join our team of professionals.

    NSALA provides high quality medicine in a shelter environment, managing a large and challenging medical and surgical caseload.  This includes general practice, pediatrics, surgeries, hospital rounds and spay/neuter procedures. Our state-of-the-art Medical Center is fully equipped with x-ray, pulse ox, tonopen, 4 oxygen cages, ultra sound machines, IV fluid pumps and full dental & some in-house orthopedic capabilities.

    A New York State DVM license with at least 3+ years of experience required. Candidates must have dental experience, good interpersonal skills, be team-oriented and committed to promoting animal welfare.

    We offer a competitive salary and an excellent benefits package. Please send your resume and cover letter to  hr@animalleague.org. EOE

    Licensed Veterinary and License Eligible Technicians

    The Alex Lewyt Veterinary Medical Center of North Shore Animal League America located in Port Washington, NY, is a full service, state-of-the-art animal medical facility that offers digital radiography, soft tissue and orthopedic surgery, dentistry, endoscopy, ultrasound, cardiology, spay/neuter and vaccines.

    In addition to supporting our Shelter, The Alex Lewyt Medical Center is open to the public to provide the highest quality affordable medical care. Our veterinarians and medical staff are compassionate and enthusiastic, and committed to saving animal lives!

    Full time and Part-time positions are available for NY State Licensed Veterinary Technicians (LVT’s) or licensed eligible Technicians to join our top notch team of 17 veterinarians and a staff of over 70 employees.

    We value our technicians talents and provide a learning environment where you can continue to sharpen your skills and expand your knowledge.

    Our technicians rotate through treatment, intensive care, and our general wards including isolation. Other areas include Surgery, Recovery and Shelter Medical. If you are looking for a fast paced, rewarding work environment that will utilize all your skills as a LVT where your contributions make a difference in the lives of animals... this is the job for you!

    Qualifications:
    New York State Licensed Veterinary Technician from a 2 or 4 year accredited Vet Tech program.

    We offer a fast-paced and dynamic work environment with an excellent, fully paid benefit package for you and your dependents.

    Our full time benefits package includes: A great hourly rate, excellent benefits package including medical and dental insurance for you and your family, 401k, Tuition Assistance Program, Training Seminars, EAP, 100% hospital discount, and much more.

    Please send your resume and cover letter to HR@Animalleague.org.

    All cover letters MUST include salary requirements for consideration.

    Full-time and Part-Time Overnight Licensed Veterinary Technicians

    We are seeking experienced Full-Time and Part-Time Overnight Licensed Veterinary Technicians to join our team. Overnight technicians are instrumental in providing strong nursing support to our hospitalized patients, clients, doctors and other staff members.

    New Full-Time Overnight Employees can earn a $1000 Sign-On Bonus for joining our Overnight Team. Sign on bonus details to be discussed at time of offer.

    The perfect candidate must be well-rounded in the areas of Critical Care, Medical Treatments (IV, IM, SQ and orals), Catheter Placements, with strong drug calculation abilities. Must be detail oriented and have the ability to work independently in a fast paced environment with excellent communication skills.

    Requirements:

    • Active NYS Veterinary Technician License Required/or Licensed Eligible with a minimum of 2 years experience.
    • Previous overnight shift experience, veterinary office and/or shelter experience a plus.
    • Must be flexible to work additional hours when workload requires.
    • Management experience a plus, but not required.

    We offer a competitive salary and an excellent benefits package, including 100% company paid medical and dental insurance for you and your family. Free medical care for your pets and much, much more!

    Please send resume and cover letter to HR@Animalleague.org.

    Certified - Entry Level Pharmacy Technician

    We are currently seeking a full-time, Entry Level Licensed Pharmacy Technician to join our team of medical staff. Essential responsibilities include but are not limited to: Calculating, preparing and dispensing of all medications for outpatient clients as per Veterinarian prescriptions; Reinforce Veterinarians instructions about appropriate methods of administration and any side effects; Distribute any printed materials from Veterinarians as needed.

    Responsible for preparing all inpatient medications for ECU, Isolation, Foster Care, Shelter Medical and Surgery and distribute these medications to the veterinary technicians of each area.

    Requirements:

    • Pharmacy Technician Certification required
    • A passion for animals a MUST! 

    Hours: Full-time, includes 1 weekend shift

    Qualifications:

    • College education preferred
    • Pharmacy Technician experience in a retail setting preferred

    We offer a competitive salary, excellent benefits package and much more.

    Please send resume with a cover letter by e-mail to HR@animalleague.org, with title Pharmacy Technician in the subject line.
    All resumes submitted MUST include salary requirements for consideration.

    Opportunities in Shelter Operations

    Challenging and rewarding opportunities to provide a higher quality of life for homeless pets through adoption. Helping NSALA fulfill its mission and make a difference in a unique and powerful way.

    Manager of Pet Behavior Services

    We are currently seeking a Manager of Pet Behavior Services who will have the overall responsibility to oversee and manage the daily operations of the pet behavior department by developing the pet behavior staff and volunteers, growing and creating programs, protocols, classes and providing pre and post adoption training for NSALA’s felines and canines. Role requires creative thinking, vision and multi task proficiency. Best candidate is a manager who thrives in a fast-paced environment and is committed to providing excellent customer service. Applicant should be committed, versatile, solution oriented with a high-energy personality.

    Essential responsibilities include but are not limited to:

    • Hire, train and supervise pet behavior associates Responsible for the ongoing training and development of the staff and volunteers. Responsible for coaching, counseling and corrective action when necessary. Monitor associate performances to ensure adherence to proper League policies and procedures.
    • Monitor both cats and dogs on the adoption floor and behind the scenes. Ensure they are receiving the training needed to place them up for adoption and into a home.
    • Maintain a thorough knowledge of all “hard to place” canines on campus. Create and maintain exercise programs to enrich the lives of the adult dogs with a focus on the “one month” and “MTD” dogs including treadmill training, agility and other forms of energy releasing activities.
    • Identify kennel dogs that need behavior modification before they have serious issues and become long term residents. Develop behavior plans for dogs and cats that need basic behavior modification.
    • Work closely with the Pet Behavior staff and Kennel Managers to monitor the progress of training dogs. Provide a behavior plan for puppies with inappropriate behavior.
    • Evaluate dogs for admittance to the shelter.
    • Evaluate the shelter dogs or cats on a behavioral hold and then prepare a written protocol to ensure the proper handling of the animal and placement into the right home.
    • Determine in a timely manner when a canine or feline housed in the training department holding area is ready for adoption. Prepare a written protocol for the animal and then release the animal to the kennel. Inform kennel management about the animal and his needs.
    • Have a strong presence on the adoption floor. Assist on the adoption floor educating adopters and helping them understand canine behavior.
    • Be available for media, VIP adopters and special events.

    Qualifications Required:

    • Must have 5+ years of management experience.
    • Must have canine behavior modification experience and worked with dogs that have shown aggression.
    • Certification preferred.
    • Must have minimum of 5 years shelter/canine experience.
    • Must possess a high level of professionalism and exceptional interpersonal skills.
    • Must have good verbal and written communication skills.
    • Must be able to organize, execute, and report on work activities without direct supervision.
    • Desire to make a positive difference in the lives of animals.
    • Must be available to travel if needed.

    We offer a competitive salary, excellent benefits package and much more. Please send resume with a cover letter by e-mail to HR@animalleague.org.

    All cover letters MUST include salary requirements for consideration.

    Pet Behavior Trainer

    We are currently looking for a full time Animal Trainer to join our team. In this role, the perfect candidate will be responsible for the following:

      Duties and Responsibilities:

      • Work on the adoption floor during the busy part of the weekend and assist with adoptions.
      • Coordinate dog playgroups with kennel associates and managers developing safety guidelines for various age groups.
      • Write stories for hard to place dogs for the Animal League website. 
      • Have a working relationship to utilize kennel associates, with relation to behavior problems and training through group classes and one-on-one training.
      • Go over trainer’s daily dog observation books in order to make suggestions and any needed changes in protocols.
      • Approve written floor copies on animals with behavior issues.
      • Prepare various weekly and monthly reports for the department manager. These reports to include dog status, training and puppy kindergarten class attendance and income report.
      • Conduct safety training, obedience, orientation and in home training classes.
      • Various other duties as assigned.

      Requirements:

      • Must have at least one year previous experience working hands-on with canines in a shelter environment, veterinary facility or graduate of a dog trainer school
      • Must have a clean New York State drivers license

      We offer a competitive salary, excellent benefits package and much more. Please send resume with a cover letter by e-mail to HR@animalleague.org.

      All cover letters MUST include salary requirements for consideration.

      Canine Enrichment Manager

      North Shore Animal League America is currently seeking a full time Feline Adoption Program Coordinator that will be responsible for the transportation of felines to and from NSALA to Petland Discounts locations in New York City, Brooklyn, Staten Island and Long Island for potential adoption.  Approve or deny adoptions that will take place at various Petland Discount locations. Maintain and build relationships with Store Managers.  Promote feline adoptions through all social media outlets and assist in the growth of the department. 

      Responsibilities:

      • Supervise and train kennel associates and volunteers (i.e. approaching adopters, proper handling of dogs, dog walking, dog obedience)
      • Monitor associate’s performance – ensuring adherence to proper kennel procedures and policies
      • Create and conduct classes regarding dog behavior and shelter environment enrichment for staff and volunteers
      • Create and implement enrichment programs for the dogs such as – dog walking, puppy play time, games such as hide and seek
      • Create and implement training programs
      • Maintain a thorough knowledge of all hard to place canines in the shelter and other holding areas
      • Maintain exercise program to involve all hard to place canines, to include treadmill training, agility and other forms of energy releasing activities
      • Identify Kennel dogs and puppies that need behavior modification and develop a plan before they have serious issues and become long term residents
      • Work closely with Pet Behavior to monitor the progress of adult training dogs
      • Evaluate dogs to determine the best home suited
      • Develop a group of Volunteers that can work and train dogs on the Kennel floor
      • Approve adoption forms. Deny adoption applications when needed
      • Communicate effectively with adopters (i.e. review adoption forms, explain medical conditions, promote adoptions)
      • Process opening and closing procedures of the shelter. Conduct AM and PM count of petty cash
      • Complete daily and weekly forms as needed. (ie. manager checklist, staffing sheet, total adoptions, daily animal count, projected adoptions)
      • Participate in emergency and special rescue events throughout the country
      • Maintain the neatness and cleanliness of the Shelter areas at all times

      Requirements:

      • Must have canine behavior modification experience and worked with dogs that have shown aggression. Certification a plus
      • Must have management and/or supervisory experience
      • Minimum of 3 years shelter/canine experience
      • Must be able to organize, execute, and report on work activities without direct supervision
      • Must be available to travel if needed

        We offer a competitive salary, excellent benefits package and much more. Please send resume with a cover letter by e-mail to HR@animalleague.org.

        All cover letters MUST include salary requirements for consideration.

        Feline Adoption Program Coordinator

        North Shore Animal League America is currently seeking a full time Feline Adoption Program Coordinator that will be responsible for the transportation of felines to and from NSALA to Petland Discounts locations in New York City, Brooklyn, Staten Island and Long Island for potential adoption.  Approve or deny adoptions that will take place at various Petland Discount locations. Maintain and build relationships with Store Managers.  Promote feline adoptions through all social media outlets and assist in the growth of the department. 

        Responsibilities:

        • Maintain, develop and cultivate relationships with store managers and provide outstanding customer service
        • Select felines for the Adoption program
        • Monitor the health and wellbeing of the felines residing at various locations
        • Transport felines back to NSALA for examinations and medical treatments as needed
        • Keep track of all medical records and 14-day rechecks that are needed
        • Approve/Deny adoption applications
        • Maintain adoption reports for all stores (Microsoft Excel) 
        • Complete random store visits and monitor/replenish the inventory of supplies 
        • Keep track of supplies and deliver new supplies when needed
        • Monitor the Petland Discounts Cat program on the NSALA website to ensure it is up to date and accurate
        • Work with the communications department to create Facebook/Instagram/Twitter posts about the felines located in Petland Discounts stores 
        • Recruit and train volunteers to assist with the program
        • Other duties as assigned

        Requirements:

        • Must be 21 years of age and have a clean and valid Driver’s License. You must maintain a clean driving record during your employment
        • Drive within the 5 boroughs of New York and Long Island to store locations
        • Knowledge and ability to handle and evaluate adult felines
        • Excellent customer service and communication skills
        • Experience with Microsoft Office and Social Media outlets
        • Must be a mature individual and able to work independently
        • Ability to lift at least 40 lbs 
        • Desire to make a positive difference in the lives of animals

        We offer a competitive salary, excellent benefits package and much more. Please send resume with a cover letter by e-mail to HR@animalleague.org.

        All cover letters MUST include salary requirements for consideration.

        Adoption Services Associate

        Currently seeking a mature & reliable individual, with a Security background (license a plus) and a great love for animals. The perfect candidate must have experience with large events/crowd control, excellent customer service and communication skills to perform general security duties. Duties include but are not limited to informing potential adopters that they have been denied adoption, crowd control, parking lot management, setting alarms, survey grounds, and securing all League buildings.

        Requirements:
        Must have excellent interpersonal, communication, customer relation skills, and the ability to deal with the public.

        Hours: Full-time, includes 1 weekend shift & Part Time over-night weekend shift

        Benefits include a 100% company paid benefits package.

        Please send resume with a cover letter by e-mail to HR@animalleague.orgfor immediate consideration. All applicants must include salary requirements for consideration.

        Quality Control Associate

        We are currently seeking a full-time Quality Control Associate to assist customers and promote North Shore Animal League America’s mission through prompt, professional, and courteous service.

        The Quality Control Associate works to ensure, through home visits, that all of the animals adopted from The Animal League are in responsible homes and that the adopters are in compliance with the terms of the adoption contract. Quality Control Associates must be able to inspect and analyze the animals living situation and counsel and educate adopters when appropriate in the best interest of the animal, following all The Animal League’s policies.

        Ideal candidates must exhibit the ability to remain professional, courteous and objective in all situations, with a strong desire to make a positive difference in the lives of animals.

        Requirements:

        • Must be at least 21 years of age with 3+ years driving experience
        • Must have a clean driving record for the prior 3 years and must remain insurable
        • Position is full-time, 40 hours, and includes one weekend shift

        Qualifications:

        Qualified candidates must possess a minimum of 1 year’s proven experience with knowledge of animal welfare: including care, handling, health, behavior and sheltering issues. Qualified Candidates must have excellent customer service skills a positive and friendly attitude, good communication and listening skills. Candidates must be able to work independently, and be a team player.

        We offer a competitive salary, excellent benefits package and much more. Please send resume with a cover letter by e-mail to HR@animalleague.org.

        All cover letters MUST include salary requirements for consideration.

        Kennel Team Leader

        We are currently looking for full-time Kennel Team Leader to assist the Kennel Management Team with the daily operation of the Adoption Center. Supervise and train staff associates in promoting and ensuring quality adoptions.

        Duties & Responsibilities:

        • Provide outstanding customer service and ensure the staff does so too
        • Motivate and monitor associates in achieving daily, weekly and annual adoption goals set forth by the League
        • Supervise staff associates, i.e., assign work, schedule breaks, monitor cleanliness and animal safety, and work performance
        • Provide regular feedback to kennel managers on associates productivity and performance through the completion of daily Associate performance report
        • Monitor and control puppy, kitten, cat and dog inventory on adoption floor
        • Monitor adoption flow and take corrective steps to ensure smooth/timely processing of adoptions
        • Prepare work requisitions for all kennel repairs
        • Train associates to work in each Adoption center area, i.e. Feline room, puppy room, dog area, Adoptions, cat habitat, etc.
        • Approve adoption applications and when necessary, effectively communicate medical conditions to adopters
        • Conduct daily set up meetings with the kennel associates
        • Process opening and closing procedures of the shelter
        • Ensure the standard of neatness and cleanliness of the shelter areas at all times
        • Various other duties as assigned
        • Request calls (organize and call)
        • Buddy Program (work with a trainer on assigning hard to place dogs to shelter associates)
        • Training releases (uodate dog and cat training releases)
        • FIFO (update one weekly/monthly lists for the shelter animals)

        Requirements:

        • Positive and friendly attitude
        • Previous experience working hands-on with animals in a shelter environment or veterinary facility
        • Good communication and listening skills
        • Ability to work independently
        • Willingness to maintain sanitation of animal areas
        • Desire to make a positive difference in the lives of animals

        We offer a competitive salary, excellent benefits package and much more. Please send resume with a cover letter by e-mail to HR@animalleague.org.

        All cover letters MUST include salary requirements for consideration.

        Kennel Associates Needed!

        We are currently looking for enthusiastic Full Time and Part Time Kennel Associates to join our team. As a Kennel Associate you will ensure the general health and wellness of the animals as you assist them in finding quality homes.  Responsibilities include but are not limited to assisting the public during the adoption process, feeding the animals, cleaning and disinfecting animal cages.

        Qualifications:

        • The ability to effectively work individually or in a team environment
        • Strong communication and customer relation skills are a must
        • The ability to multitask

        Job Requirement:

        • High school diploma or equivalent
        • Minimum of 1 year related experience; previous experience working with animals strongly preferred

        We offer a competitive salary, excellent benefits package and much more. Please send resume with a cover letter by e-mail to HR@animalleague.org.

        All cover letters MUST include salary requirements for consideration.