Second Chance Sheridan Cat Rescue (SCSCR) is looking for an individual with leadership experience and a passion for cats to lead our private, limited admission, no-kill cat rescue. The Executive Director reports to the Board of Directors and oversees staff, volunteers, and contractors. The Executive Director is responsible for all aspects of the rescue, including maintaining compliance with all local, state, and federal regulations, managing staff, overseeing financial operations, and promoting positive donor relations in the community.
Spay and Neuter Clinic Coordinator
Coordinate in house s/n clinic, schedule in-house volunteers and veterinarians, and maintain medical records. Feline health/medical knowledge, ability to multi-task, detail oriented and self-motivated important. Assist Clinic Operations Manager in creating, updating and distributing clinic policy and procedure.
The Admissions Coordinator is responsible for all incoming animal movement. Supervises proper admitting of all incoming animals and ensures proper physical and mental health and handling while at MSRPAC. Ensures quality customer service and oversees enrichment for center animals
Assistant Shelter Manager
Job Summary The Assistant Shelter Manager is a supervisor position that maintains a regular presence in the shelter interacting with Animal Care staff daily. This position is responsible for the direct supervision of the AC Supervisors and AC staff and the workflow of all animal care areas. Supports staff to ensure high-quality animal care is being provided. This position is responsible for controlling and organizing the productivity, accuracy and maintenance of a positive and professional organizational culture and overall output of the department. The Assistant Shelter Manager acts as the department leader and reports to and is responsible for providing feedback to the Shelter Manager. The Assistant Shelter Manager schedules all animal care staff and ensures all necessary equipment and supplies are on hand at all times.
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.
JOB SUMMARY: Under the supervision of the Shelter Veterinarian, the Veterinary Technician provides exceptional medical and surgical care for the animals of Roice-Hurst Humane Society (“RHHS”) and public-owned animals using practices that meet or exceed industry standards.
JOB SUMMARY Under the supervision of the Shelter Manager, the Veterinary Assistant provides administrative and medical assistance to the Roice-Hurst Humane Society (“RHHS”) vet care team. This role is the first point of contact for any member of the public receiving veterinary care on their pet. Additionally, this position supports the vet care team by providing routine medical and animal care for shelter pets.
Manager, Community Programs
The role of the Community Programs Manager is someone who is passionate about helping both people and animals, as well as someone who can effectively organize people towards a common goal: stabilizing and reducing the community cat population.
The Veterinary Technician is a trained veterinary professional who will work closely with the Veterinarians, Associate Director, Veterinary Operations and other colleagues providing top-notch veterinary care.
Manager - Veterinary Services0954HCA-21AA (MA)
VCAS has adopted the Socially Conscious Sheltering (SCS) framework, which aligns with our core values of encouraging cooperation and collaboration with all stakeholders (elected officials, community members, private veterinarians, transfer/rescue partners, law enforcement, non-profit organizations, local businesses, volunteers and other animal welfare agencies). We wish to promote a positive culture of mutual respect and support. We offer a wide array of programs and services to the residents and animals of Ventura County. These services include animal sheltering, pet adoptions, lost & found, field services, cruelty investigations, pet licensing, TNR surgical services, low-cost vaccination clinics, volunteer/foster opportunities and emergency disaster response. Each year, Ventura County Animal Services cares for more than 10,000 stray and surrendered animals. VCAS operates two amazing, open admission, life-saving shelters within the county: the main shelter in Camarillo has a 400 animal capacity, which can increase to over 900 during declared natural disasters and the Simi Valley Animal Shelter, which is a smaller facility offering many of the same services as the Camarillo Shelter. In 2014, VCAS became the largest Open Admission Municipal Animal Shelter in California with a Save Rate of over 90% and has maintained this rate since that time.