Homeward Bound Pet Adoption Center is growing and we are looking for highly motivated individuals to join our team! Flexible hours, full-time and part-time positions are available. If you are interested in applying for a position, please complete an application and send it along with a cover letter and resume to: email@example.com. Thank you in advance for your interest!
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Ending companion animal homelessness in Camden County through community awareness and responsible ownership.
Our vision is to save more lives by achieving and sustaining a 90% save rate by 2020 year-end.
We are seeking to hire a part/full-time veterinary technician. Duties include but not limited to, surgical prep and monitoring, administering vaccines, and drawing blood. Preparing medications and aiding in the treatment of shelter animals. Basic data entry, cleaning of instruments and the surgical suite, and other related duties. Experience a plus but not necessary. Please e-mail resumes to Valerie Miller, our Clinic Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Homeward Bound Pet Adoption Center is seeking a relief veterinarian to serve our shelter animals. HBPAC provides high-volume spay and neuter surgeries (20-30/day). The ideal candidate will be responsible for the day to day evaluation, spay/neuter surgeries as well as treatment and rehabilitation of shelter animals. Flexible availability required, including Saturdays. A valid New Jersey veterinary license and previous shelter experience is required. Homeward Bound Pet Adoption Center is non-for-profit, animal welfare organization.
Please email your resume to Valerie Miller, Clinic Manager or call 856-401-1300 ext 106.
Kennel Attendant Position
The Kennel Attendant is responsible for the overall care of all the animals within the shelter. The responsibilities will vary based on the current needs of the shelter.
Duties will include:
To observe animal appearance and activity for general physical condition, obvious signs of illness, disease and discontent.
To thoroughly clean and disinfect all areas of the shelter as often as is necessary.
To determine the type and amount of food animals receive.
To take charge and/or handle animals as required and to restrain hard to control animals.
To walk dogs several times a day to provide exercise and time for elimination of bowels and bladder.
To perform needed cleaning and maintenance of all equipment and tools used in job assignments.
Under direction of the Shelter Operations Manager, provides for the constant cleanliness of cages, runs and shelter areas and the proper feeding and care of all shelter animals.
To be considered for this position, please complete an application and email it along with your resume to Lauren Gravino, Director of Shelter Operations.