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Humane Society/SPCA/Private Humane Organization

President/CEO - Pasadena Humane Society & SPCA, Pasadena, CA

Shelter Medicine Veterinarian - Placer SPCA, Roseville, CA
Veterinary Assistant - East Bay SPCA, Dublin/Oakland, CA
Registered Veterinary Technician - AnimalSave, Grass Valley, CA
CEO - Sacramento SCPA, Sacramento, CA
Lead Registered Veterinary Technician - Berkeley East Bay Humane Society, Berkeley, CA
Veterinarian - Berkeley East Bay Humane Society, Berkeley, CA
Operations and Facilities Manager - Wallis Annenberg PetSpace, Playa Vista, CA


Animal Care & Control

Supervising Animal Control Officer II–Shelter Services - County of San Bernardino, CA
Animal Services Supervisor - City of Visalia, CA
Registered Veterinary Technician - Solano County Sheriff's Office Animal Care Division, CA
Deputy Director-Shelter Manager - San Francisco Animal Care and Control, CA
Office Clerk - City of Alameda, CA
Animal Services Manager - City of Hesperia, CA
Animal Shelter Manager - City of Fort Worth, TX
Animal Services Sergeant - Contra Costa County, CA
Animal Services Lieutenant - Contra Costa County, CA
Animal Services Officer I/II – Field Services - City of Citrus Heights, CA



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.


Humane Society/SPCA/Private Humane Organization

President/CEO - The Pasadena Humane Society & SPCA seeks a charismatic and strategic leader as its next President/CEO. An open door agency, PHS welcomes all animals in its service area and is responsible for animal control and welfare for nine area cities. PHS has worked hard to maintain its reputation as one of the nation’s best animal care facilities. The President/CEO is responsible for the overall successful operation and performance of the Humane Society. Excellent organizational, financial, administrative, and personnel management skills are essential. To apply, please submit application, including resume and a letter of interest, in confidence to Morris & Berger through their website: www.morrisberger.com/currentsearches/phs. (Posted 11/3/15)

Shelter Medicine Veterinarian - The Placer SPCA is a well-respected and growing organization now seeking a Shelter Medicine Veterinarian who will be responsible for performing a variety of animal health care duties in the shelter, as needed and perform spay and neuter surgeries on shelter animals, owned animals and community cats.  This position is responsible for all essential functions of the job listed in the Shelter Medicine Veterinarian job description located on our website. To view the complete job description, obtain an application and submit your resume please go to http://placerspca.org/employment/ (Posted 12/8/15)

Veterinary Assistant - The East Bay SPCA is looking for a full-time Veterinary Assistant.  The Veterinary Assistant position is responsible in assisting the veterinarian, the registered veterinarian and the veterinary clinic associate manager on staff at the Full Service Veterinary Clinic. Responsible for providing excellent people care to clients as well as excellent animal care for the animals at our facility at all times.  Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, client service support, animal restraint, assisting in surgery as needed, surgical preparation, radiography, and thorough cleaning of the facility as needed throughout the day. Please see website for more details: http://www.eastbayspca.org/careers. (Posted 12/8/15)

Registered Veterinary Technician - AnimalSave is a non-profit animal welfare organization located in Grass Valley, CA.  It is seeking a licensed Registered Veterinary Technician with excellent technical skills and work ethic to join its Spay/Neuter Clinic team.  Full or part-time opportunity with generous medical and leave benefits.  Surgical and anesthesia experience necessary, high-volume spay/neuter experience a plus. Contact Carolyn Niehaus at (530) 271-7071 ext. 201 or carolyn@animalsave.org for more information. (Posted 12/24/15)

CEO - The Sacramento SCPA seeks a strategic leader to manage 100+ staff and total assets of $11m. The SSPCA is expanding to a new Animal Care Campus to increase education, behavior/training, and veterinary services beyond a highly successful high volume S/N clinic. The next CEO will launch a capital campaign, finalize expansion plans and oversee construction. The CEO is the chief administrator and spokesperson, reporting to the Board. Candidates will have 10+ years of progressive experience in public or non-profit management, animal welfare preferred, and demonstrated success in fund development, large fundraising campaigns, and relationship building. Submit resume and cover letter to DeLizia Consulting, searchconsultant@att.net. (Posted 1/5/16)

Veterinarian - Berkeley East Bay Humane Society - The Veterinarian is responsible for the overall clinical functions of Berkeley Humane’s animal wellness activities, which includes providing the highest possible quality of medical care to our animals and training, leadership, and guidance to the Hospital team. Experience in high-volume/high-quality s/n and shelter settings required. Must possess strong people management skills and have ability to succeed in fast-paced environment; have appropriate licenses and enthusiasm for animal welfare. Competitive salary and benefits package.  A comprehensive job description is available at: https://berkeleyhumane.org/Employment (Posted 1/12/16)

Lead Registered Veterinary Technician - Berkeley East Bay Humane Society is seeking a full-time Lead Registered Veterinary Technician (RVT) to work closely with their Veterinarian, to aid in providing high quality medical care to all Berkeley Humane and client-owned animals. Primary duties include: overseeing RVT’s and assistants in delivery of medical services; assisting Veterinarians with surgeries, examinations, and medical procedures; assisting with inventory, equipment, and personnel workflow coordination. Excellent communication, organization and technical skills are required. Experience with spay/neuter clinics a plus. Schedule: 4-10 hour days. Valid CA RVT License. Competitive salary and benefits package. A comprehensive job description is available on the website: https://berkeleyhumane.org/Employment (Posted 1/12/16)

Operations and Facilities Manager -The Wallis Annenberg PetSpace is an independent charitable initiative of the Wallis Annenberg Legacy Foundation which strives to be a welcoming and nationally-recognized model education and animal care facility. Working closely with the Executive Director and Board of Directors, the Operations and Facilities will be responsible for the project site opening and ongoing maintenance, outreach and programming. The PetSpace is a new state of the art animal care facility scheduled to open in January 2017, where people and pets connect. The campus, located in Playa Vista, will offer Animal Adoptions, Learning Programs and Events, and the Wallis Annenberg PetSpace Leadership Institute. Education/Experience: Bachelors' Degree in business, operations or engineering field and at least 8-10 years of experience as a Facility/Operations Manager in a like environment, particularly an animal care/welfare facility. More details are on the Annenberg Foundation website. Send resumes to jobs@annenbergfoundation.org (Posted 1/26/16)

 


Animal Care & Control

Supervising Animal Control Officer II–Shelter Services - San Bernardino County is recruiting for Supervising Animal Control Officer II who, under the general direction plans, supervises and coordinates the Animal Control Program and ensures compliance with laws, regulations and ordinances pertaining to the licensing, impounding, treatment, leashing, housing, capture and disposal of animals. The incumbent hired for this position will be required to effectively interact with the public and animal welfare organizations. Salary: $46,945.60-$64,521.60 Annually For additional information, refer to the Supervising Animal Control Officer II job description at: http://cms.sbcounty.gov/hr/EmploymentClassification/CurrentJobOpenings.aspx (Posted 1/7/16)

Animal Services Supervisor - City of Visalia, CA.  This position is responsible for supervising kennel operations and assisting in the administration of animal shelter services. A typical way to obtain knowledge, skills, and abilities would be three years of experience in an animal care/protection agency, humane society, veterinarian office, or law enforcement agency performing animal care responsibilities including one (1) year of which must be in a lead or supervisory capacity. Possession of a current California Registered Veterinarian Technician license is desired. For more information and application materials visit www.visalia.city, under Jobs in the City. Application deadline, January 25, 2016. (Posted 1/7/16)

Veterinary Technician (Registered) - Solano County Sheriff's Office Animal Care Division - The Sheriff's Office is dedicated to community service and one of the primary goals of the Animal Care Division is to reduce the homeless pet population in Solano County. You can make a difference by joining their spay/neuter team as a Veterinary Technician (Registered). Under general supervision, Veterinary Technicians (Registered) assist Veterinarians in healthcare of and surgeries for animals brought into the shelter and the spay/neuter clinic. To review the full job description which includes examples of duties, please visit: https://admin.solanocounty.com:4433/civicax/filebank/blobdload.aspx?blobid=18496 (Posted 1/12/16)

Deputy Director-Shelter Manager - San Francisco Animal Care and Control - The Deputy Director-Shelter Manager reports to the Director of ACC and acts as assistant head of the department. In addition to assisting the Director with the overall management of the department and being the primary designee to act on behalf of the Director when she is not available, this position is primarily responsible for managing the health and welfare of the animals in the department's care. Salary Range: $110,188.00 - $140,608.00/year For the full job description please visit: http://www.jobaps.com/SF/sup/bulpreview.asp?R1=PEX&R2=0952&R3=066730 (Posted 1/12/16)

Office Clerk - Alameda Animal Shelter - Full-time (37.5 hours); 7.5 hours a day; non-exempt, Wednesday through Sunday; off Monday-Tuesday; Summary: Under direct supervision of the Operations Manager, perform routine clerical, general office work and related duties as required. Essential functions include: greet and assist customers and potential animal adopters; answer phones, provide information and transfer calls; perform routine cash, check and credit card transactions; operate routine office machinery and equipment; enter information into computer database; maintain routine office records; other duties as assigned. See complete job description at www.alamedaanimalshelter.org Send Cover Letter and Resume to operations@alamedaanimalshelter.org (Posted 1/19/16)

Animal Services Manager - City of Hesperia Code Compliance/Animal Control Division - The Animal Services Manager is tasked with the overall responsibility to plan, manage, and direct the implementation of services, operations, and facilities related to the humane care, treatment, and control of animals. Requires five (5) years of responsible management level experience in the operation of a municipal or non-profit animal care facility. Possession of a Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university in public administration, business management, zoology, animal science or a related field or a Registered Veterinary License is required. All interested applicants must submit a cover letter, resume, and required completed City application no later than 4:30 p.m., Friday, January 29, 2016. More details are available at http://www.cityofhesperia.us/DocumentCenter/View/4233 (Posted 1/19/16)

Animal Shelter Manager - City of Fort Worth, TX - The City of Fort Worth has a progressive animal welfare program that enjoys broad based support from the community. Animal Shelter Manager is responsible for 38 employees and $2.3 million budget. Any combination of education and experience sufficient to perform the essential duties of the position will be considered. Bachelor's degree and 5+ yrs. of increasingly responsible administrative and supervisory experience in animal services preferred. Salary range is $62,712-$100,318 DOQ. View complete position profile/apply online: http://bit.ly/SGRCurrentSearches For more information contact: Cindy Hanna, Executive Search Manager Strategic Government Resources CindyHanna@GovernmentResource.com (Posted 1/19/16)

Animal Services Sergeant - Contra Costa County - Under the direction of an Animal Services Lieutenant, Animal Services Sergeants will be expected to provide lead direction to Animal Services Officers, perform complex animal control functions and assist in the training and evaluation of Animal Services Officers. Minimum qualifications: 18 months of animal control field enforcement experience; possession of a valid driver's license; high school diploma, GED or the equivalent; and a California Peace Officers Standards and Training (P.O.S.T.) P.C. 832 Module A Certificate. Salary: $45,238.32 - $68,508.48 Annually. For a full job description including typical tasks, and to apply, please visit https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/contracosta (Posted 1/19/16)

Animal Services Lieutenant - Contra Costa County - The Animal Services Lieutenant, under the direction of the Deputy Director of Animal Services, is responsible for planning, coordinating and supervising field activities and the operations at the Animal Control Centers. Minimum qualifications: 3 years of animal control field enforcement experience OR 2 years law enforcement officer experience; possession of a valid driver's license; high school diploma, GED or the equivalent; and a California Peace Officers Standards and Training (P.O.S.T.) P.C. 832 Module A Certificate. Salary: $54,167.52 - $78,124.68 Annually. For a full job description including typical tasks, and to apply, please visit https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/contracosta (Posted 1/19/16)

Animal Services Officer I/II – Field Services - The City of Citrus Heights is seeking a Part-Time Animal Services Officer, who under general direction provides enforcement of various animal services regulations; investigates complaints; impounds and transports stray animals; and performs other duties related to humane animal protection and services. Salary: Salary ASO I - $23.6008 – $30.3035 hourly ASO II - $25.9608 – $33.3337 hourly. For more information refer to the City's job announcement webpage at http://www.citrusheights.net/jobs.aspx . Applications due by February 19, 2016. (Posted 1/26/16)

 


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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