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Community Service Officer/Humane Investigations Officer - SPCA for Monterey County
Humane Investigations Supervisor - SPCA for Monterey County


Animal Care & Control

Animal Services Officer I/II - County of Calaveras, San Andreas, CA
Supervising Animal Control Officer - County of Tuolumne, Sonora, CA
Animal Services Officer - Fresno Humane Animal Services, Fresno, CA



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Please use the Job Ad submission form to post an announcement on this webpage. [If you receive an error message from the form, please email the ad to careers@californiastatehumane.org.] Current members may place an ad at no charge. For non-members, the fee is $50 per ad, pre-paid.  Ads must contain no more than 750 characters and will run for 60 days unless an earlier cut-off date is provided. If you have any questions please contact us at careers@californiastatehumane.org.


Humane Society/SPCA/Private Humane Organization

Community Service Officer/Humane Investigations Officer - SPCA for Monterey County - Basic requirements include Criminal Justice degree preferred, 1-2 years minimum professional animal handling experience, no felony/misdemeanor convictions, current driver's license and clean driving record. Ability to effectively communicate with and educate the public is a requirement. Must have successfully completed Laws of Arrest PC832, must have investigation and report writing skills. Ability to work a flexible schedule. Starting rate is $16.00 - $20.00/hour,DOE. SPCA for Monterey County, Attn: Human Resources, P.O. Box 3058, Monterey, CA 93942, Fax:831-373-8613, email ggaluppo@spcamc.org. (Posted 11/8/16)

Humane Investigations Supervisor - SPCA for Monterey County - Responsibilities include investigating, preparing cases for prosecution with heavy emphasis on educating the public. As the supervisor you will coordinate all aspects of investigations including evidence collection, search warrants, case preparation and record keeping. The supervisor is also responsible for monthly investigation reports, department budget and department reviews. Requirements include two years college or equivalent, three years minimum professional animal handling and welfare experience, three years as a Humane Investigator or Animal Control Officer, three years supervisory experience, completion of PC832 and State Humane Academy. Ability to effectively communicate with and educate the public utilizing exceptional customer service skills is a requirement as is a current California driver's license and a clean driving record. Ability to work a flexible schedule, including weekends, evenings, holidays and overtime, required. Starting salary for this position is $50,000 - $65,000 DOE. SPCA for Monterey County, Attn: Human Resources, P.O. Box 3058, Monterey, CA 93942 Fax:831-373-8613, email ggaluppo@spcamc.org. (Posted 11/8/16)

 


Animal Care & Control

Animal Services Officer I/II - County of Calaveras - Officer needed to enforce State and local laws governing control of domestic animals. With a population of over 48,000 residents Calaveras County encompasses 1,000 square miles stretching from the north central valley to the Sierra Nevada Mountains. Calaveras County offers four seasons with virtually boundless year-round outdoor recreation. The County also boasts quaint towns, a wide variety of restaurants, museums, art, wineries, historical landmarks and much more all with an unhurried rural lifestyle. The County's 550 employees and 400 volunteers are responsible for services to our residents. For detailed job flyer and application requirements please visit the website: http://hr.calaverasgov.us/ (I$13.09 - $15.90 or II $16.10 - $19.56 /hr.) Position is open until filled. First review of applications will take place on 10/28/16. EOE (Posted 10/20/16)

Supervising Animal Control Officer - Tuolumne County Animal Control - This is the full supervisory-level classification in the Animal Control Officer series. Responsibilities include planning, organizing, supervising, reviewing, and evaluating the work of animal control staff involved in ensuring compliance with local and state laws, codes, and ordinances with limited peace officer authority and performing field patrol, investigation, and quarantine of animals. Incumbents are expected to independently perform the full range of animal control officer duties. Performance of the work requires the use of considerable independence, initiative, and discretion within established guidelines. To learn more and submit an application please click here. Open until November 30. (Posted 11/15/16)

Animal Services Officer - Fresno Humane Animal Services is a solution based animal enforcement and sheltering organization committed to serving the needs of Fresno County's animals and their humans. They are seeking a motivated, passionate individual to enforce state and local ordinances, respond to animal complaints from the public, prepare and maintain records and reports including rabies prevention and quarantines. This position works after hours, on-call coverage, evenings, weekends and holidays on a rotating basis. FHAS ASOs are also required to perform euthanasia as needed and may assist with kennel, office and outreach duties. For more information please contact Angyla Brumm, Animal Services Supervisor at abrumm@fresnohumane.org (Posted 11/29/16)

 


Ad Placement:

Please use the Job Ad submission form to post an announcement on this webpage. Current members may place an ad at no charge. For non-members, the fee is $50 per ad, pre-paid.  Ads must contain no more than 750 characters and will run for 60 days unless an earlier cut-off date is provided. If you have any questions please contact us at careers@californiastatehumane.org.

 

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