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There are many job opportunities available at CCAS. Don't get us wrong - we love our volunteers - but there are some positions that just require more time/effort than we can ask of them. For such tasks, we're looking for a few hard workers. Below are the current open positions at CCAS. If you are interested in any of them, please send an e-mail with the position you wish to apply for and your resume to email@example.com, or come to the shelter to fill out an application for employment. Thank you in advance for your interest!
If interested in applying, please send your cover letter, resume, and a minimum of three references to Vicki Rowland, Executive Director at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Director of Shelter Services provides oversight and management of shelter services including intake, adoptions, spay/neuter clinic, shelter operations, customer service, liaison with volunteers and oversight of satellite adoption locations. Monitors and evaluates shelter operations while implementing lifesaving programs, to include timely placement of animals into foster care and rescue. Prepares and manages staffing plan and department budgets, evaluates area expenditures to meet budget constraints. Responsible for a high level of service, development, and implementation of all shelter operational objectives. This position reports directly to the Executive Director. A full job description can be found by clicking here.
Clinic Wellness Technician will assist the Clinic Manager with a variety of duties, including: pre- and post-surgical care, monitoring anesthesia, administering medication, and doing lab work. This position will require compassion for abused animals in our care and/or assist with humane euthanasia as determined by senior management. A full job description can be found by clicking here.
Animal Care Attendants provide basic care and comfort for the dogs and cats in our facility. Attendants also provide customer service to the public and assist them by answering questions about the adoption process as well as about particular animals.
Candidates must have excellent communication and customer service skills, and a love of animals. Attendants interact with animals of various sizes, shapes, breeds and manners. This job can be intense and physically demanding, and requires repetitious scrubbing, bending, and lifting.Duties include: assisting the public; socializing and comforting the animals; enrichment activities; monitoring behavior and medical needs daily; preparing and giving animals treats; scooping animal waste; assisting with laundry and dishes; and preparing food and feeding dogs. Computer Skills a must, Petpoint program experience preferred but not required.
Animal Admissions Attendant is responsible for documentation, data entry, and ensuring all animals are vaccinated upon intake. Counselors are our first line of defense in reducing the risk of a contagious outbreak occurring in our facility. (i.e.: ringworm, upper respiratory infections, kennel cough, etc.) Counselors must be organized, self-reliant, approachable, and team driven in order to keep up with intake of animals. Counselors will routinely assist residents who wish to reclaim, relinquish, or find their lost pets.
Candidates must have excellent communication and customer service skills and a love of animals. Attendants interact with animals of various sizes, shapes, breeds and manners. This job can be intense, physically and mentally demanding, and requires repetitious bending and lifting.
Duties include: assisting/educating the public; imputing data, vaccinating animals, determining temperament of animals, enrichment activities; monitoring behavior and medical needs; maintaining animal inventory reports; and documenting the movement of animals in the intake area. Computer Skills a must, Petpoint program experience preferred but not required.