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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 Web Marketing

We are currently seeking a creative, conscientious lead who works effectively, both independently, as well as collaboratively in a team environment. The candidate will oversee day-to-day support and operations functions, design, development and the ability to guide all online efforts. The candidate must be a delivery-focused person with solid experience and skill set. Proven track record optimizing online technologies to enhance and promote business practices.

Essential areas of accountability will be to optimize web member acquisition, retention and activation strategies; oversee content development, prioritization and outbound communications; manage and develop the Web Team; coordinate internal team and agencies; benchmark web leaders to provide best practices; manage and cultivate online web partnerships and sponsorships; enhance fundraising efforts; integrate with shelter operations; prepare financial reports for direct report including but not limited to online analytics, donor analysis and data segmentation.

The successful candidate will be a business strategist who has 5-7 years of professional experience managing websites. Must possess accomplished verbal and written communication skills along with meticulous attention to detail. Experience with Convio strongly required. Knowledge of Graphic Design, SEO, PPC and SEO software; HTML, CSS, and PHP a plus.

Benefits include a 100% company paid benefits package.

For consideration, please email your resume and cover letter with salary requirements to HR@animalleague.org.

Mutt-i-grees Web Marketing Manager

We are looking for a Mutt-i-grees Web Marketing Manager to work in concert with the Director, Web Marketing, the VP of Web Marketing, and the Mutt-i-grees Curriculum team to translate marketing strategies into web programs and tactics for Mutt-i-grees consumer/advocacy and educator websites. Responsible for developing recommendations for site content and communication strategies and managing development/implementation and production of web assets, including creative, copy, photography, and video, and member and supporter communications.

Requirements

  • BA in related field. 3-5 years’ experience in web management.
  • Strong knowledge of HTML, experience managing content management systems (experience with Drupal and Convio a strong plus)
  • Proficient in Adobe Photoshop.
  • Ability to manage projects and support website content needs, including strong writing and proofreading skills; creative input, imagery; and direct video production. Experience managing online marketing and outreach (social media) campaigns. Familiarity with online contests and promotions.
  • Experience with Google Analytics and reporting a plus.
  • Highly organized with the ability to manage and complete multiple tasks within designated timeframes. Strong communication skills.
  • Ability to build and maintain good rapport with internal team and external vendors and handle situations with confidence, tact, and resourcefulness.
  • Capable of working independently, yet collaboratively, within a fast-paced environment

Duties and Responsibilities (List)

  • Utilize website content management system to add, edit, publish and archive content in support of curriculum and advocacy-related web pages.
  • Work with internal and external resources to redesign or create new website pages, source editorial content and secure other assets as needed. Remain proactive in keeping web content fresh.
  • Take initiative in developing long-term digital marketing and content strategy. Ensure that all content production and website updates are on strategy, and completed in a timely manner and in accordance with the overall marketing calendar.
  • Oversee creation of e-newsletters.
  • Oversee development of ecommerce site.
  • Manage file of schools, teachers, members and donors and work closely with fulfillment to ensure that these audiences receive program communications in a timely manner.
  • Monitor and create social outreach (social media) opportunities to support advocacy and education initiatives.
  • Develop and manage content approval and publication process.
  • Monitor day-to-day website operations to ensure consistent and optimal delivery of the constituent experience.
  • Provide update and reports to senior management
  • Other duties as assigned.

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.

Sorry, there are no listings in this department at this time.

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 Assistant

If you have a love for animals and a passion to start a career in the veterinary field, this is the place for you! At NSALA Veterinary Assistants play a crucial role in our everyday mission to provide quality care to our patients. We provide ongoing training that enhances your professional growth and a learning environment with state of the art medical equipment. The perfect candidate for this position must be detailed oriented with the ability to work in a fast pace environment and provide exceptional customer service to our clients and medical staff, must be able to lift 40-50lbs, maintain the cleanliness of the exam rooms and assist the Veterinarians and Veterinary Technicians when needed.

Requirements:
• High School Diploma / GED
• Previous veterinary office and/or shelter experience a plus, but will train the right person.
• Must have flexibility to work weekend, day & night shifts.
• Basic computer skills a must
• Excellent communication skills both written & verbal/ Bi-lingual a plus
• Must have a love for animals

Staff Veterinarian

We are currently seeking a full time Staff Veterinarian 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.

Requirements:
• A New York State DVM license is required.
• Minimum of 3 years veterinary technician experience
• MUST have dental experience
• Good interpersonal skills
• Must be a team player and committed to promoting animal welfare and wellness

We offer a competitive salary and an excellent benefits package, including 100% company paid medical and dental insurance for you and your family. Please send your resume and cover letter to  hr@animalleague.org. EOE

Licensed Veterinary Dental Technician

We are seeking a Licensed Veterinary Dental Technician. The ideal candidate should be proficient in all general technical duties (venopuncture, IV catheter placement, thorough anesthetic monitoring, preparing and administrating medications and prepping surgical room and patients for surgery.

Licensed and Licensed-Eligible Veterinary Technicians

The licensed veterinary technician is instrumental in providing support to clients, patients and other staff members. The perfect candidate must have the ability to work in a fast paced environment, work well with staff members, be detail oriented and have excellent communication skills. Must be flexible to work additional hours when workload requires. Some positions will require evening, weekend and overnight shifts. Experience a plus, but will train new graduates.

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

Benefits include a 100% company paid benefits package.

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.

Rescue & Adoption Transport Associate

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

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. The driver will transport The Animal Leagues staff and animals in a safe and timely manner to off-site locations and transport trips. Supervise staff and oversee entire adoption process and event at the location. Maintain mobile adoption units (i.e. clean, stock with supplies etc.). Select and load animals for the offsite event. Care for all animals while in their custody. Gather medical records and medications for selected offsite animals. Screen potential adopters for adoption approval, fill out adoption paperwork, perform computer and reference checks and enter pet insurance. Process approved applications and payments. Must be available, if selected, to go on cross country or interstate trips. Transport events include emergency rescue efforts, Tour for Life (which is a multi-week event) and transport initiatives.

Requirements:

  • Must be at least 25 years of age with 5+ years driving experience
  • Must have a clean driving record for the prior 3 years and must remain insurable
  • Position is Full-Time (Thursday-Sunday - 10 Hour Shifts)

Qualifications:

  • Qualified candidates must possess a minimum of 1 year’s proven experience with knowledge of animal welfare: including care, handling, health, behavior, training and sheltering issues
  • Candidates must have proven customer service skills and the ability to work independently with minimal supervision
  • Candidates must have the ability to maintain good working relationships with the public, employees and various vendors
  • Candidates must be able to travel with minimal notice

Please send resume with a cover letter by e-mail to HR@animalleague.org.

All resumes submitted MUST meet the minimum requirements and qualifications and 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:

  • Speak to potential adopters about dogs with behavioral issues
  • Evaluate any animal placed on a behavior hold and prepare a written evaluation
  • Prepare written releases and recommendations for adoption of animals with behavioral issues
  • Conduct safety training, obedience, and Sunday orientation classes
  • Work with assigned dogs on a daily basis
  • Set-up protocols for animals being worked on with behavioral issues

Requirements:

  • Must have at least six months 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

Benefits include a 100% company paid benefits package. Please send resume with a cover letter by e-mail to HR@animalleague.org. All resumes submitted MUST include salary requirements for consideration.

Shelter Kennel Manager

The Shelter Kennel Manager’s role is to maximize adoptions through successful supervision and training of staff. Ensure the general health and well being of the animals. Promote a friendly and professional environment where emphasis is placed on quality care and teamwork. The perfect candidate must have the ability to work in a fast paced environment, work well with staff members, be detail oriented and have excellent communication skills. Must be flexible to work additional hours when workload requires. Previous experience working in a shelter or veterinary practice is required to be considered for this position. Supervisory experience needed.

The qualified candidate must have the ability to perform the following duties:

  • Supervise kennel associates (i.e., approaching adopters, cleaning cages, etc.)
  • Interview, hire, train, counsel, and evaluate kennel staff associates.
  • Monitor associates performance-ensuring adherence to proper kennel procedures and policies.
  • Monitor adoption flow and main adoptions and take corrective steps to ensure smooth/timely processing of adoptions. Approve adoption forms.
  • Supervise animal inventory to ensure adequate number of animals.
  • Conduct daily setup meetings with the kennel associates.
  • Communicate effectively with adopters (i.e., review adoption forms, explain medical conditions, promote adoptions).
  • Process opening and closing procedures of the shelter.

We offer a competitive salary and an excellent benefits package, including 100% company paid medical and dental insurance for you and your family. Please send your resume and cover letter to HR@animalleague.org . EOE

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

Full-time benefits include a 100% company paid 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.

Rescue Associate

We are currently seeking a full-time Rescue Associate to travel to various shelters for adoptable animals both in and out of state for North Shore Animal League America (including reclaims). Schedule NYS rescue groups on a daily basis and assist with home admits when needed. Develop new relationships with shelters and rescue groups.  Evaluate all animals that are being taken from other shelters to make sure they are adoptable. Monitor the daily inventory and communicate daily with your supervisor to determine available space for incoming animals (rescue and animal inventory).Complete all rescue paperwork, license paperwork, monthly reports and projections. Assist with overall admittance process (exams, restraint and vaccinations) as needed. Maintain rescue vehicle (sanitize and clean after each use).

Requirements:

  • Must have a valid NYS driver’s license and clean driving record for the prior 3 years and must remain insurable during length of employment with the Animal League.
  • 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.

Qualifications: 

  • Qualified candidates must possess a minimum of 1 year’s proven experience with knowledge of animal welfare: including care, handling, health, behavior, training and sheltering issues
  • Candidates must have proven customer service skills and the ability to work independently.
  • Candidates must have the ability to maintain good working relationships with the public, employees and various rescue and shelter groups.

Please send resume with a cover letter by e-mail to HR@animalleague.org.

All resumes submitted MUST meet the minimum requirements and qualifications and include salary requirements for consideration

Driver - Offsite

We are seeking someone to transport NSALA staff and animals in a safe and timely manner to off-site locations and transport trips. Supervise staff and oversee entire adoption process and event at the location. Maintain mobile adoption units (i.e. clean, stock with supplies etc.). Select and load animals for the offsite event. Gather medical records and medications for selected offsite animals. Screen potential adopters for adoption approval, fill out adoption paperwork, perform computer and reference checks and enter shelter care insurance. Process approved applications. Must be available, if selected, to go on cross country or interstate events and rescue missions (examples are the Bayer event in Florida, Tour for Life (TFL) or rescue missions). Various other duties as assigned.

Full-Time (Thursday-Sunday, 10 Hour Shifts)

• Must maintain a clean driving record.
• Excellent customer service skills.
• Supervisory experience.
• Must be able to work 10 hour shifts or longer; position is 4 day work week