Want a job that makes a difference in the community? As we rebuild and regroup after the Yellowstone Flood of 2022, we are looking to hire several positions within our shelter.
Currently, we are looking to hire a Director of Operations and both Full Time and Part Time Animal Care Technicians at Livingston, Montana’s Stafford Animal Shelter.
DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS – The Director of Operations is a Full Time position that oversees the daily operations of all animal care, adoption and animal services programs, vet clinic, facility and grounds. Responsible for maintaining the highest level of animal care, enrichment, and medical care, and ensuring appropriate intake, transfer, evaluation, and outcomes for all SAS animals. Hires, trains, supervises, evaluates, and manages the performance of shelter and veterinary personnel to ensure effective and efficient operations of the shelter and related programs. Assists the Executive Director with administration, budgeting and management with respect to goals and objectives of the organization. If interested please refer to the complete job description link here for more information and qualifications. Salary DOE $60K+ Benefits and perks include: Medical, dental, eye care, vacation time, paid sick leave, bring your pets to work, basic veterinary care, vaccines and food for your pets and most importantly – knowing you’re part of our lifesaving mission! You will be an invaluable member of our community outreach helping people and their pets! If interested in applying, please email your resume to our Executive Director Lauren Smith at email@example.com.
ANIMAL CARE TECHNICIAN(S) FULL & PART TIME – Applicant must be flexible to provide coverage for coworkers shifts and weekend shifts required. Due to the nature of a small shelter, we are looking for someone able to perform responsibilities according to priority and who feels comfortable working in a fast-paced environment with many unplanned tasks/emergencies that arise during the day. Primary responsibilities include caring for homeless pets by feeding, monitoring health, administering medication & vaccinations, assisting in medical procedures, cleaning kennels, laundry, litter scooping, cleaning dishes & facility etc.. Must work with the public on adoption & surrender counseling, animal introductions, stray animal intakes, reclaims and basic customer service. Job is physically demanding so please be able to lift 50lbs & be on your feet for long periods of time. A positive attitude, adaptability and a love of animals & people is a must! Applicants must be on board with our mission to prevent animal distress, medically & emotionally care for displaced animals, facilitate adoptions and reunions, minimize pet overpopulation and educate the public on humane animal welfare.
Starting wage is DOE with preference given for people who have previous experience working with animals, veterinary medicine or in the animal welfare field. We are willing to train for a good fit. Benefits and perks include: Medical, dental, eye care, vacation time, paid sick leave, bring your pets to work, basic veterinary care, vaccines and food for your pets and most importantly – knowing you’re part of our lifesaving mission! You will be an invaluable member of our community outreach helping people and their pets!