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Jobs of the Month—February 2024

February 1, 2024, The Association

Ready to move up or move on? View the latest opportunities in The Association’s Career Center. And hiring managers and HR peeps, please make a note: Members of The Association enjoy the added benefit of free 30-day job listings. For non-members, the cost is $150 per listing.

Chief Operations Officer, Seattle Humane
Seattle, WA

The COO is accountable for the shelter’s daily operations, while ensuring that each operational department delivers and excels in their goals. The successful candidate is a strategic, sensitive, and confident leader with 6-10 years of related experience. Complete duties & responsibilities here.

WayStation Coordinator & Driver, St. Hubert’s Animal Welfare Center
Madison, NJ

The WayStation Coordinator provides safe, humane transport and admin services in support of this unique program. Requirements include proper handling skills and ability to operate large vehicles. Learn more.

Shelter Veterinarian, Lollypop Farm, Humane Society of Greater Rochester
Fairport, NY

The Shelter Veterinarian oversees and monitors the health of shelter animals, in addition to performing high-volume spay neuter and maintaining standards of veterinary care for domestic, farm and equine animals. Two years of large animal veterinary medicine experience strongly preferred. Learn more.

Development Director, Oconee Regional Humane Society
Greensboro, GA

The Development Director oversees fundraising campaigns, and is responsible for grant administration, major gifts, individual and family donations, corporations, and planned giving. The ideal candidate has demonstrated experience building successful fundraising programs and increasing revenue in the nonprofit sector, with strong financial competence in budgeting and goal setting. Details.

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The Association for Animal Welfare Advancement is a cohort of leaders on a mission to champion, advance, and unify the animal welfare profession.

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