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Full-Time Development Associate
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Community Engagement Coordinator
Does working with people energize you? Do you enjoy building relationships with others through discovering common connections? Are you motivated to help others succeed through mentoring? The APF wants you for our Community Engagement Coordinator (CEC) to focus on some of our most important relationships: our volunteers, fosters, and community partners.
We’re searching for an individual with experience coordinating people and programs, who exhibits enthusiasm and energy for working with others. Being extremely organized and able to multi-task will also help the CEC succeed in this role.
The Community Engagement Coordinator (CEC) plans, develops and oversees the APF volunteer and foster program as well as community outreach events. This includes the recruitment, training and supervision of volunteers. The recruitment of foster care providers, and coordination of off-site tabling and outreach events. A commitment to good customer service and the ability to develop and nurture relationships with contacts at all levels is essential.
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To apply, please email your cover letter, resume, and telephone or email contact information for three professional references to email@example.com, or mail them to:
Animal Protective Foundation
Attn: Collette Caruso
53 Maple Avenue
Scotia, NY 12302
The Animal Protective Foundation (APF) is seeking a positive and professional Veterinarian interested in making a difference in the lives of pets in our community through providing medical care (including examinations, treatments, and vaccinations) to shelter pets and surgery (primarily spay/neuter) to both shelter and publicly owned pets. This part-time position will work closely with APF staff, volunteers, clients, and community partners and must adhere to APF mission, vision, values and organizational policies. The successful candidate will: possess and maintain a license to practice as a Veterinarian issued by the State of New York Education Department, Office of Professions, have two years of experience working in an animal shelter environment (highly desirable but not required), and have two years of experience with high volume spay/neuter surgical setting.
Pay is competitive and commensurate with experience. Applications reviewed upon receipt and the APF will hire when an exceptional candidate is found.
To be considered, please send a cover letter, resume and three professional references to: Caruso@animalprotective.org
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Our awesome full-time benefits include:
- 4-day work week, 3 day weekend (APF community spay/neuter clinic only)
- Retirement 401K plan after meeting service requirements
- 9 paid holidays a year
- 160 hours paid time off (PTO) for the first four years, increasing after that
- Health insurance (APF pays 60%)
- Life insurance coverage equal to one times annual salary after meeting service requirements
- Access to select veterinary services at discount prices, including vaccinations, heartworm testing, flea and tick medication, spay and neuter service, among others
The Animal Protective Foundation is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants shall be afforded equal employment opportunities without discrimination because of race, creed, color, national origin, sex, age, disability, marital status, veteran status, familial status, genetic information, citizenship, domestic violence victim status, prior arrest record, or prior criminal conviction.