Office Assistant at High Volume Spay/Neuter Clinic
Current work days are Monday, Wednesday and Friday. The clinic is hoping to be open 5 days in the future, so the opportunity to increase days and hours might become available. Duties include managing booking schedule through clinic software, ensuring complete and accurate records exist for all patients, including rabies certificates, go-home paperwork, and medical records, plus answering clinic phones, returning messages, and forwarding messages to appropriate staff in a timely manner.
Community Programs Assistant
The role of the Community Programs Assistant is to work in all operational and promotional aspects of community programs including Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) and Cats at Work (CAW). These programs work to reduce the outdoor cat population in Chicago and to empower and support colony caretakers to make the most well-informed decisions for community cats.
JOB SUMMARY The Clinic Manager is in responsible for the day-to-day operations of the clinic, supports the Board in ensuring the overall financial and emotional health of the organization, and ensures that the organization is meeting its goals and mission. The Clinic Manager delegates administrative duties as needed to achieve clinic goals and oversees support staff to ensure individual duties are being completed. The Clinic Manager works closely with the Medical Director and Veterinary Technician Supervisor to manage the overall functions of the clinic and resolve any issues. The successful candidate will be expected to provide leadership, direction and discipline when necessary. The Clinic Manager will be responsible for bringing any material staff conflict to the attention of the board of directors.The Clinic Manager serves as point person for the dissemination of information to staff.
The Development Associate is responsible for supporting WRR’s communications and development functions, including digital campaigns, website management, social media, media relations, publications, marketing, and record management.
The Executive Director is responsible for managing and developing the organization, the oversight, program development, an accountability for best practices over all operational areas of a full service animal shelter, including intake, behavior, animal care, foster care, adoptions and partnerships with other animal welfare organizations to provide the necessary infrastructure to achieve HSRC'S mission. The Executive Director provides high level coordination across all program service areas to provide a quality of care and service that matches the HSRC mission.
Events and Community Outreach Coordinator
The Events and Community Outreach Coordinator will plan, coordinate and execute both small- and large-scale events, oversee fundraising activities for the organization and promote the organization within the community to ensure a broad base of funding resources. Responsibilities will include all aspects of events, from coordinating event opportunities, overseeing onsite setup and breakdown, evaluation of potential animals to take to events, securing volunteer and staff attendance, to measurement and evaluating success following each event. This position offers flexible hours and the ability to work remotely at times.