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Executive Field Agent (Inspector) - American Kennel Club

Sergeant Humane Law Officer - San Diego Humane Society and SPCA


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Assistant Director Code Compliance/Animal Welfare - City of Fort Worth, Texas
Animal Shelter Manager - City of Fort Worth, Texas
Animal Control Manager - County of Los Angeles
Animal Control Officer I - County of Amador
Principal Animal Control Officer - El Dorado County
Animal Services Director - City of Oakland
Animal Shelter Assistant - County of Calaveras
Deputy Director, Animal Care and Control - County of Los Angeles
Animal Control Officer I, Animal Control Officer II, Animal Control Officer III, Animal Control Officer IV, Animal Control Manager, Registered Veterinary Technician, Veterinarian - County of Los Angeles



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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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Executive Field Agent (Inspector) - American Kennel Club is seeking an Executive Field Agent in California to conduct routine inspections of breeders, kennels, and pet stores to determine compliance with AKC rules and regulations and to help educate AKC customers about AKC's requirements and best practices for keeping and maintaining dogs. Travel and extended overnight stays are essential. The successful candidate will receive training and is required to become completely familiar with all AKC rules, regulations, and policies, together with best practices for caring for dogs and maintaining the facilities in which they are housed. College degree or equivalent life and work experiences are required, as is a valid driver's license, clean driving record and own vehicle. A law enforcement, animal husbandry, inspections, and/or dog background is preferred. To apply visit https://www.prospera.com/CareerHubViewer/Post.aspx?ID=americankennelclub-1_external_Kb9w6H2NoBq8_Checksum=PRS358 (Posted 6/5/14)

Sergeant – Humane Law Officer - San Diego Humane Society and SPCA. Supervises and trains all humane officers at either the Oceanside or Escondido campuses and educates the public regarding proper animal care and animal law. Assist with the coordination and leadership of Animal Rescue Reserve (ARR) and Community Service Officers (CSO) assigned to the respective campuses. Patrols designated areas as required to enforce animal-related laws including animal cruelty investigations and ordinances as well as acting as support and a resource for officers in the field; issue citations and impound animals as required. For more information and to apply go to http://jobs.sdhumane.org/humane-officer-sergeant/job/4604611. (Posted 6/10/14)

 


Animal Care & Control

Assistant Director Code Compliance/Animal Welfare – The City of Fort Worth, Texas is seeking a new Assistant Director Code Compliance/Animal Welfare. Fort Worth has a population of over 750,000. This position is responsible for 85 employees and a $5.6 million budget. Bachelor's degree and eight or more years of experience required. Formal education in large shelter medicine may be considered as a substitute for actual experience. Bilingual ability in Spanish is a plus. Licensed Veterinarian preferred, but not required. The salary range for this position is $82,971-$136,906, DOQ. View complete position profile and apply online: http://bit.ly/SGRCurrentSearches - For more information contact Bill Peterson, Senior VP, Strategic Government Resources, Bill@GovernmentResource.com (Posted 6/12/14)

Animal Shelter Manager –The City of Fort Worth, Texas is seeking a new Animal Shelter Manager. Fort Worth has a population of over 750,000. The Animal Shelter Manager is responsible for 23 employees and a $2.3 million budget. Bachelor’s degree and five or more years experience required. Formal education in large shelter medicine may be considered as a substitute for actual experience. Bilingual ability in Spanish is a plus. Licensed Veterinarian preferred, but not required. The salary range for this position is $62,712-$100,318, DOQ. View complete position profile and apply online: http://bit.ly/SGRCurrentSearches - For more information contact Bill Peterson, Senior VP, Strategic Government Resources, Bill@GovernmentResource.com (Posted 6/12/14)

Animal Control Manager – County of Los Angeles - Responsible for the operations of an animal shelter in an assigned geographical area or for providing management services and administrative coordination for a comprehensive Countywide animal care and control program such as Revenue Services or Animal Rescue/Field Services. Also provides administrative and technical supervision to staff engaged in field patrol services, enforcement of animal license and vaccination services, kennel operations and shelter office work. REQUIREMENTS: 4 years of paid experience providing technical supervision in the operation of an animal care center or a comprehensive Countywide program at the level of Animal Control Officer IV including responsibility for investigation of violations of animal care and control regulations and court prosecution. Applicants are required to submit an online application. More details at https://sjobs.brassring.com/tgwebhost/jobdetails.aspx?partnerid=25082&siteid=5045&jobid=136282 (Posted 6/19/14)

Animal Control Officer I – Amador County Animal Control - F/T, $15.77-19.17/hr. Must have experience working and interacting with the public and have previously worked in an animal related field caring for and handling large and small animals. Must be able to obtain a valid 832 Peace Officers Standards and Training Certificate and Range Weapon Training within one year of employment. CLOSING DATE: 7/18/2014. Qualified individuals must submit a County application to: Amador County Human Resources, 810 Court Street, Jackson, CA 95642. (209) 223-6456 Fax: (209) 223-6426 Applications may be obtained on the County website at www.amadorgov.org. (Posted 7/1/14)

Principal Animal Control Officer – El Dorado County located in the beautiful Sierra Nevada Mountains is recruiting for one full-time vacancy in the Animal Services unit located in Placerville. The current annual salary is: $60,756.80 - $73,840.00 (Salary Increases Effective: 1/1/15-5% and 1/1/16-5%), Plus PERS 2% @ 62, medical, dental, and vision (eligible first month after hiring date). Closing Date 8/5/14 12:00AM. OFFICIAL COUNTY APPLICATION IS REQUIRED. EEO/ADA Employer and a Drug Free Workplace. For more detailed information about this and other opportunities and to fill out the required Application: http://www.edcgov.us/ (Posted 7/17/14)

Animal Services Director – City of Oakland. Oakland Animal Services (OAS) is an open-door facility, taking in any animal that needs shelter regardless of age, breed, temperament or health. The new Director must provide strong leadership and innovative approaches to animal service operations, and create/expand partnerships with staff, stakeholders of the community and beyond. The position requires a minimum of 7 years of senior level management experience providing services to the public and a Bachelor's degree in a related field. To be considered, submit a cover letter, resume, current salary and five work-related references to Paul Kimura at jobs@averyassoc.net by 8/8/14. A full job announcement is available at www.averyassoc.net/jobs. (Posted 7/17/14)

Animal Shelter Assistant – County of Calaveras. ($13.94-$16.97 /hr.) Animal Shelter Assistant needed to maintain the clean and sanitary condition of the County animal shelter; monitor physical conditions, care and feeding of all animals; perform clerical duties including social media outreach; and work closely with rescue groups throughout the state. Shift: Tuesday-Saturday 7:30-4:30pm. Please visit our website at: http://hr.calaverasgov.us/Employment/CurrentOpenings.aspx for detailed job flyer, application requirements and supplemental questions. Final Filing Date: Friday, August 1, 2014 by 5:00 p.m. (Posted 7/22/14)

Deputy Director, Animal Care and Control (Unclassified) - County of Los Angeles, Department of Animal Care and Control is seeking a qualified candidate for the position of Deputy Director, Animal Care and Control (Unclassified). The brochure and job qualifications can be viewed on the county website: (Posted 7/22/14)

Animal Control Officer I, Animal Control Officer II, Animal Control Officer III, Animal Control Officer IV, Animal Control Manager, Registered Veterinary Technician, Veterinarian - County of Los Angeles, Department of Animal Care and Control is seeking a qualified candidates for these positions of Animal Control Officer I, Animal Control Officer II, Animal Control Officer III, Animal Control Officer IV, Animal Control Manager, Registered Veterinary, Veterinarian. Bulletins including position information, job functions, and requirements can be found on the county website. (Posted 7/22/14)

 

 


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