Fund Development Manager
The Animal Protective Foundation (APF) has an exciting full time, middle management opening for a Fund Development Manager. This person will manage events, a direct mail program and on-line giving. They will be closely involved with APF’s written communications, oversee our consultants for social media and website, and coordinate special event volunteers. Other responsibilities include: database management and reporting, and creating departmental standard operational procedures. The position reports to the Senior Director of Development and will supervise the Development Assistant.
Requirements for the position include a minimum of five years of work experience in not for profit development department or equivalent and a Bachelor’s Degree in a preferred field. The individual must have strong written and verbal communication skills, experience planning events and with relationship management software. Experience with social media and WordPress preferred. A NYS Driver’s License is required.
Pay is competitive and commensurate with experience.
Position to start immediately.
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Crematory Operator and Customer Care Specialist
The Animal Protective Foundation (APF) is seeking a part-time Crematory Operator and Customer Care Specialist. Their role is to provide respectful and compassionate pet cremation services for APF customers. The ideal candidate is trustworthy, compassionate, and is detail oriented. Animal lovers are preferred. Prior experience in end-of-life services and/or pet/veterinary care is desired.
The person in the position must have good communication, interpersonal and computer skills. This position is approximately 25 hours per week, Mon – Fri. Training provided.
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Animal and Client Care Specialist
The APF is seeking a compassionate and energetic individual for our part-time Animal and Client Care Specialist (ACCS) position! The ACCS provides care, attention and positive living environments for the dogs, cats and small animals residing in our shelter and assist in vital operations such as client communications, completing intakes and adoptions and other client services.
The successful candidate will be ready to jump in to help with morning animal care, dog walking, socialization and enrichment of pets, greeting and counseling clients among other duties! Individuals must be able to work well as part of a team and have the ability to take initiative to complete tasks independently.
The APF is very proud of the standards of care and excellent customer service upheld by the Animal Welfare Team – this position will be vital in continuing this great work! The animals need care each day of the week, so weekend and holiday hours are required.
High School diploma and animal handling experience required. Customer service experience preferred. Weekend and holiday hours required. This position is part time (approximately 36-hours a week). A background check is required following a conditional offer.
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To apply for any of our open positions: 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: Gina LaViolette
53 Maple Avenue
Glenville, NY 12302
Application materials will be reviewed upon receipt and hiring will take place as soon as great candidates have been identified.
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.