Careers

Do you want to work in a place where you can really make a difference?

See below for current job opportunities at Animal Friends. We offer an exciting, fast-paced work environment with an enthusiastic team of dedicated animal lovers. Animal Friends is an equal opportunity employer and gives equal consideration to all applicants for employment regardless of race, color, age, disability, creed, religion, national origin, sex, pregnancy, marital status, sexual orientation or any other legally protected status.

Don’t forget! We depend on volunteers to do many different types of work at Animal Friends. Click here to become a volunteer!

Full-time Positions

Part-time Positions

Internships

 

Volunteer Intern

Reports To:

Director of Volunteer Services
Volunteer Coordinators

Status:

Part Time (15-25 hours per week)
Unpaid Internship
May include weekends and evenings

Compensation:

Unpaid

Job Description:

Animal Friends is a non-profit companion animal resource center serving the needs pets and people for 70 years. With more than 3,000 active volunteers, Animal Friends has contributed over 2,000,000 hours of volunteer service to our shelter and community over the past 10 years at our Camp Horne Road facility.

The Volunteer Department Intern will gain first-hand experience in volunteer program planning, advertising, and implementation in a non-profit setting, including, but not limited to individual and day of service group volunteer opportunities.

Hands-on duties will include:

  • Assisting with developing marketing and advertising strategies for volunteer events and programs
  • Set up and tear down for volunteer functions
  • Assisting with volunteer fairs and day of service group programs
  • Assisting with directing and managing Day of Service volunteer programs and office assistance volunteers
  • Aide in event planning, decorating, and implementation

Administrative duties will include:

  • Update, input and compile data with Volgistics Volunteer Management System
  • Volunteer program research
  • Email and phone correspondence
  • Assist with other relevant duties as requested

The intern will be one of the onsite representatives and a contact person for volunteer questions and scheduling. He or she should be able to trouble shoot and problem solve efficiently, while maintaining composure around clients, donors, animals, and volunteers.

Relationships:

Reports directly to the Director of Volunteer Services and the Volunteer Coordinators.

Actively engages with various departments throughout Animal Friends.

Qualifications:

  • Must be over 18
  • Must have the ability to follow directions, work independently, and efficiently manage one’s time
  • Must possess excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Must be willing to work (set up, run, tear down) Animal Friends volunteer programs when needed, in conjunction with the Volunteer Department team and volunteers
  • Must be comfortable working with and around shelter animals including, dogs, cats, and rabbits
  • Must have sincere interest in the vision and mission of the Animal Friends organization and be willing to comply with our culture statement
  • Must have access to reliable transportation to and from Animal Friends and be open to local travel
  • Computer literacy required with a working knowledge Microsoft Office Suite
  • May be working with materials of a confidential nature and must be able to maintain confidentiality of information

To Apply:

Please submit a cover letter and resume to Jason Moninger, Director of Volunteer Services at Volunteering@ThinkingOutsideTheCage.org. No phone calls, please.

 

 

 

Behavior Care Technician

Reports to:

Senior Behavior Care Coordinator

Status:

Part-time
Hourly position
6 a.m.-2 p.m. and 2-10 p.m. shifts available
Weekends and weekdays

Job Overview:

The Behavior Care Technician’s primary duties involve direct care of the shelter animals. This care involves feeding of the animals and cleaning of the cages, as well as general cleaning and upkeep of the entire shelter. Behavior Care Technicians are in direct contact with the public, volunteers and other shelter staff and thus a positive, friendly attitude and ability to work with others are essential components of this position. Behavior Care Technicians are expected to maintain a professional, courteous demeanor with co-workers, visitors, volunteers and other staff at all times. Candidates must also embrace the programs and mission of Animal Friends.

Responsibilities:

To care for the shelter’s animals, Behavior Care Technicians are responsible for:

  • Daily cleaning of all animal enclosures;
  • Feed and water all animals;
  • Keep work and animal areas clean and well-organized;
  • Restocking of supplies;
  • Walk and/or socialize animals as needed;
  • Collect stool and urine specimens as directed;
  • Report any behavioral or health concerns;
  • Assist in transporting animals to veterinary hospitals as needed.

To assist with shelter maintenance, Behavior Care Technicians are responsible for:

  • Laundry;
  • Garbage removal;
  • Clean restrooms;
  • Assist in cleaning of public areas;
  • Assist in snow removal from sidewalks;
  • Notify supervisor when repairs or additional supplies are needed.

Qualifications:

  • High school diploma or GED required.
  • Must have access to dependable transportation and openness to local travel.
  • Valid driver’s license preferred.
  • Must be able to work flexible hours, including evenings, weekends and some holidays.
  • Must be able to work special events including, but not limited to, Bark in the Park and Black Tie & Tails.
  • Must be able to push, pull, lift and/or carry up to 50 pounds. Shelter work is physically demanding.
  • Must have a sincere interest in the work, programs and mission of Animal Friends, Inc.

To Apply:

Please submit cover letter and resume to Carla Patarini, Senior Behavior Care Coordinator at CPatarini@ThinkingOutsideTheCage.org. No phone calls, please.

Event Intern

Reports To:

Event Coordinators

Job Overview and Responsibility:

This intern will work closely with the Event Coordinators in preparation and staffing of events both on and off site.

Daily tasks may include:

  • Planning, coordination, supervision and implementation of events.
  • Conceptualizing and presenting ideas for new third party events.
  • Acting as a positive ambassador of the organization, promoting Animal Friends’ mission, vision, culture and policies throughout the community.

Additionally, he/she will gain first-hand experience in fundraising by completing the following tasks:

  • Solicitation phone calls and email correspondence.
  • Filing paperwork and organizing supplies.
  • Miscellaneous office tasks.

Requirements and Qualifications:

  • Must have a flexible schedule, including being available on nights and weekends.
  • Must be open to local travel and have access to reliable transportation.
  • Must be 18 years or older.
  • Ability to follow directions, work independently and efficiently manage one’s time.
  • Must be able to troubleshoot and problem solve effectively, while maintaining composure around clients, donors, animals and volunteers.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Must be comfortable soliciting and working with individuals and businesses.
  • Comfortable working with and around dogs, cats and rabbits.
  • Must have sincere interest in the work, programs, and mission of Animal Friends.
  • Required to become an Animal Friends volunteer prior to start date.

Term of Position:

Spring 2018

Hours TBD as needed for college credit (if applicable)

Compensation:

Unpaid

Course credit (if applicable)

To Apply:

Please submit a cover letter and resume to Heather Dougherty, Director of Events & Corporate Giving at HDougherty@ThinkingOutsideTheCage.org. No phone calls, please.

 

 


Shelter Hospital Veterinarian

Status:

Full-time

Job Overview:

Do you want to change the world one pet at a time?  If so, Animal Friends, Inc. is looking for you! We are a fully equipped, progressive shelter providing for the care of more than 2,500 adoptable animals every year.  Come spread your wings on our 75-acre campus right outside of Pittsburgh, PA which is repeatedly honored as one of America’s Most Livable Cities.

We are seeking a full-time veterinarian who is experienced in practicing high quality medicine using digital radiography, digital dental radiography, Dentalaire dental machine, ultrasound, cold laser therapy, fully-equipped surgery suite and a highly qualified staff of technicians and volunteers to support you daily. There is also an emergency and specialty practice less than a mile away that we enjoy a close working relationship with when necessary.

Along with the medical team, our veterinarian works closely with the behavior department, an enrichment team, the humane investigations officers and a large and dedicated group of volunteers and fosters to enhance and cultivate a positive experience while the animal is residing at the shelter. Through collaborative efforts and enrichment across all departments we strive to reduce stress and promote effective strategies to move animals from admission to adoption.

If you are a licensed veterinarian, consider coming to Animal Friends and learn of our life-saving mission and of the exceptional work the medical team does. We are by far one of the oldest and most respected humane organizations in Western Pennsylvania. Come work in a supportive environment that clearly delivers on its mission of improving the lives of homeless animals each and every day.

Hospital Responsibilities Include:

  • Orchestrating medical care of cats, dogs, and rabbits in our care in-house and in foster care
  • Surgery including but not limited to spay/neuter (including pediatric)
  • Other surgeries including but not limited to amputations, enucleations, mass removals, cystotomies, etc.
  • Working collaboratively with other departments for the best outcome of each animal
  • Supporting humane investigations cases
  • Development of SOPs
  • Disease outbreak management
  • Education of staff and volunteers

Requirements:

  • Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM or VMD)
  • Eligible to be licensed to practice veterinary medicine in the state of Pennsylvania. (We will pay fees.)
  • Current DEA license for controlled substances. (We will pay for renewal fees.)
  • Willingness and ability to work hours necessary for successful organizational operations and care of the 250+ animals on site, including coverage on some weekends, holidays, evenings and also on-call.

Benefits:

  • Health/Vision/Dental Benefits
  • 401K available
  • Licensing Expenses
  • Continuing Education Expenses
  • Professional organizations memberships (AVMA, PVMA, WPVMA)
  • Paid Time Off—holidays, sick time, vacation, and your birthday!
  • Free and confidential employee assistance program
  • One “priceless” animal adoption per year

Job Information:

  • Location: suburban 75-acre campus, Pittsburgh, PA 15237, United States
  • Position Title: Shelter Hospital Veterinarian
  • Company Name: Animal Friends, Inc.
  • Job Function: Veterinarian
  • Entry Level: No
  • Job Type: Full-Time

To Apply:

Qualified and interested candidates, please contact Ann Ensminger, Chief Operating Officer at AEnsminger@ThinkingOutsideTheCage.org. No phone calls, please.

 

 

Communications Intern (Visual)

Status:

Part-time (10-12 hours per week)

Term:

Summer 2020
Minimum term of 6 weeks

Compensation:

Unpaid
Course credit (student must provide necessary paperwork)

Job Description:

The Communications Intern (Visual) will work alongside the Communications team to handle project overflow. This may include but is not limited to:

  • Updating branded material such as fliers, posters, brochures and certificates.
  • Developing and implementing promotional campaigns to spread awareness of the programs and services at Animal Friends.
  • Preparing promotional materials (cutting, laminating, folding, etc.).
  • Organizing and maintaining photo database.
  • Photography of Animal Friends’ residents, programs and events.

Qualifications:

A qualified candidate for the Communications Internship must have a sincere interest in the mission of Animal Friends and must be:

  • A college student or college graduate.
  • Pursuing a degree in Graphic Design or a related field.
  • Proficient in Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop.
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office.
  • Photography experience preferred.
  • Experienced with and willing to handle animals.
  • Willing to attend volunteer orientation and animal handling training sessions at the start of the internship to learn Animal Friends’ policies and procedures.
  • Have access to reliable transportation.

To Apply:

Qualified and interested candidates – please send a cover letter and resume to Suaz Forsythe, Communications Coordinator at SForsythe@ThinkingOutsideTheCage.org. No phone calls, please.

 

 

Communications Intern (Voice)

Reports To:

Communications Coordinator

Status:

Part-time (10-12 hours per week)

Term:

Summer 2020
Minimum term of 6 weeks

Compensation:

Unpaid
Course credit (student must provide necessary paperwork)

Job Description:

The Communications Intern (Voice) will work alongside the Communications team to handle project overflow. This may include but is not limited to:

  • Producing and sending press releases.
  • Assisting with website updates.
  • Proofing and editing internal and external communications materials.
  • Writing and editing biographies for adoptable animals.
  • Researching and writing educational content for Speak! Blog and Petsburgh Magazine.
  • Assisting with social media postings.
  • Preparing promotional materials (cutting, laminating, folding, etc.).
  • Developing and implementing promotional campaigns to spread awareness of the programs and services at Animal Friends.

Qualifications:

A qualified candidate for the Communications Internship must have a sincere interest in the mission of Animal Friends and must be:

  • A current college student or recent college graduate.
  • Pursuing a degree in Creative Writing, Communications, Marketing, Public Relations, Journalism or a related field.
  • Experienced in social media management (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat, etc.).
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office.
  • Experienced with content management systems preferred.
  • Experienced with and willing to handle animals.
  • Willing to attend volunteer orientation and animal handling training sessions at the start of the internship to learn Animal Friends’ policies and procedures.
  • Have access to reliable transportation.
  • Familiar with Adobe Creative Suite (Illustrator and Photoshop) preferred, but not required.

To Apply:

Qualified and interested candidates – please send a cover letter and resume to Cody Hoellerman, Communications Coordinator, at CHoellerman@ThinkingOutsideTheCage.org. No phone calls, please.

 

 

Clinic Services Veterinary Technician

Supervisor:

Clinic Services Coordinator

Status:

Full-time and Part-time positions available
Hourly
Non-Exempt

Position Summary:

Animal Friends, Inc. in Pittsburgh, PA is a progressive 501(c)3. For more than 75 years, we have continually set and raised the bar for humane programming in the Pittsburgh region.

Animal Friends’ Clinic Services program provides access to high-quality spay/neuter and primary veterinary care to pet owners experiencing financial and accessibility constraints. We are seeking a veterinary technician who enjoys and excels at being part of a team which provides high-quality, compassionate care primarily to dogs, cats and rabbits. This includes high-volume, high-quality spay/neuter, wellness care, vaccine services, dentals and other routine veterinary care. The successful candidate must have a passion for working with pets as well as providing education and resources to people, with a focus on underserved populations. This position requires a positive, outgoing personality and comfort working with diverse populations. The ability to offer care and education in a compassionate, nonjudgmental way is a must.

It is essential that the candidate have an outgoing, positive personality; excellent communication and organizational skills; computer knowledge; a sincere interest in serving both people and animals; and comfort working in a fast-paced team environment.

The candidate must support Animal Friends’ mission and goals and enhance and promote the programs and services of the organization.

Responsibilities:

Medical (80%)

  • Performing anesthetic monitoring during our high-quality, high-volume spay/neuter clinics including the use of isoflurane, injectable anesthesia, and performing drug calculations
  • Performing surgical preparation of patients including intubation, clipping and surgical scrub
  • Participating in our high-volume vaccine clinics including restraint, providing prescribed treatments to client-owned animals and client education to produce the proper wellness plan for each patient
  • Assisting veterinarians in medical procedures using proper restraint; including proper restraint for fractious patients
  • Performing routine diagnostics (radiographs, lab work, cytology, and more)
  • Maintaining cleanliness of the mobile surgical unit and in-house surgical suite as well as exam rooms and laboratory/pharmacy
  • Assisting with other related duties as requested

Customer Service (15%)

  • Communicating respectfully with clients and staff
  • Relaying important medical information about patients with goal of customer understanding
  • Counseling owners about end of life and other sensitive medical care decisions
  • Providing discharge instructions for patients and overseeing the dispensing of medications
  • Providing positive direction and feedback to veterinary technician students

Administrative/Other (5%)

  • Preparing medical records and performing client phone calls
  • Documenting all exam findings, test results, and treatment recommendations on medical record forms at direction of Veterinarian
  • Attending staff meetings
  • Other duties as assigned

The candidate also must be willing to work in a learning environment and provide support and training for
veterinary technician students.

Qualifications and Experience:

  • Two years of veterinary technician experience working with cats, dogs, and rabbits
  • Prefer a candidate who is a licensed veterinary technician in the state of Pennsylvania or one who is willing to obtain a PA license
  • Must have excellent work history and access to professional references
  • Must possess a valid Pennsylvania driver’s license and dependable transportation

Compensation and Benefits:

  • Animal Friends offers a competitive wage, a positive work environment, as well as:
  • Health, vision and dental benefits
  • Profit sharing retirement plan with employer contribution
  • Licensing expenses
  • Continuing education expenses
  • Paid time off – holidays, sick time, vacation, and your birthday
  • Free and confidential employee assistance program
  • No on-call responsibilities
  • One priceless adoption per year
  • Discount at our clinic and retail store
  • Being part of a lifesaving team making a difference every day!

To Apply:

Qualified and interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to:
Carol Whaley, Director of Clinic Services
Animal Friends, 562 Camp Horne Road, Building 2, Pittsburgh, PA 15237
or email CWhaley@ThinkingOutsideTheCage.org.


Admissions Counselor

Reports To:

Admissions Coordinator

Status:

Part-time

Schedule:

  • Friday Noon-7 p.m.
  • Saturday 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
  • Sunday 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
  • Monday Noon-7 p.m.

Job Description:

Do you want to change the world one pet at a time? If so, Animal Friends, Inc. is looking for you! We are a fully equipped, progressive shelter providing for the care of more than 2500 adoptable animals every year. Come spread your wings on our 75-acre campus right outside of Pittsburgh, PA which is repeatedly honored as one of America’s Most Livable Cities.

We are seeking a part-time Admissions Counselor. Admissions Counselors are a public face of Animal Friends, setting the tone for our clients’ experiences at the resource center. This position requires a person with flexibility and public relations augmented by a compassionate spirit. It is essential that the incumbent have communication and organizational skills, computer knowledge and a sincere interest in serving both people and animals. The candidate must also be knowledgeable about Animal Friends and enhance the programs and mission of the organizationAdmissions counselors are responsible for managing daily flow of animals into our facility. Flow is the process by which we admit and medically clear and behaviorally clear animals to provide the shortest and smoothest route to the adoption floor and permanent homes.

Responsibilities included:

  • The primary function of the Admissions Counselor is to assist the public in all phases of the admissions process
  • Maintain daily working knowledge and understanding of the kennel population within the shelter and in foster in order to appropriately communicate current admissions needs to the public
  • Professionally communicate admissions guidelines to all requests in a timely manner offering alternative resources when needed
  • Assist in organizing transfers from other shelters and animal control facilities by identifying our needs in regard to open spaces, kennel population and diversity through consistent and cooperative communication. This includes any duties or tasks deemed necessary for safe and successful transfers
  • Assists with the conducting of preliminary behavior assessments on animals seeking admission to Animal Friends in order to determine suitability and approval
  • Provides resources and referrals to the client if the animal is not able to be admitted
  • In an effort to keep pets in homes, educate the public on proper animal handling techniques, basic medical care and behavior training options
  • Support Foster Care program by sending foster animals into their foster homes and re-admitting animals from foster care as necessary
  • Support Foster Care program by helping the Admissions and Foster Care Coordinator to identify animals requiring foster care, selecting appropriate foster homes, and contacting foster parents to request placement in their homes
  • Maintaining contact with Animal Friends foster parents to ensure that they have all of the tools and supplies necessary to provide care for their fosters
  • Support clients who have lost their pet or who have found a pet by providing information on other shelters, animal control facilities and websites whose goal is to reunite animals with their families
  • Maintain the lost and found reports, following up with those posted on a regular basis.
  • Attend and contribute to morning meeting and flow when Admissions & Foster Care Coordinator is not in
  • Compile daily records required by Animal Friends through use of Chameleon software
  • Participate in training seminarsincluding animal handling and other seminars as assigned
  • Maintain admissions applications. Assist in calling applicants to bring in animals as openings from adoptions occur
  • Maintain a clean and organized environment including sweeping, mopping, and other light duties as needed or assigned
  • Maintain a professional, courteous demeanor with clients, volunteers and employees at all times

To Apply:

Qualified and interested candidates – please send a cover letter and resume to Kristy Pszenny, Admissions Coordinator, at KPszenny@ThinkingOutsideTheCage.org. No phone calls, please.

 

 


Communications Coordinator

Supervisor:

Director of Communications

Status:

Full-time
Hourly
Non-Exempt

Direct Reports:

Communications Intern(s)

Position Summary:

The Communications Coordinator is a vital role within the Communications Department in supporting the communications, marketing and branding efforts of Animal Friends. The Communications Coordinator is responsible for curating, researching, writing and editing content for the organization’s website, social media channels and various other print and digital publications. The Coordinator also serves as the editor of Animal Friends’ quarterly publication, Petsburgh Magazine, and supports the Director of Communications as the secondary spokesperson for the organization.

This position requires strong written and verbal communication skills and a proficiency for effective marketing, advertising, promotional and public relations campaigns. The Coordinator must be comfortable managing multiple projects simultaneously while meeting deadlines and upholding high standards and a keen attention to detail. As the voice of the organization, the Coordinator must demonstrate an in-depth knowledge of Animal Friends’ mission, vision and programs as well as a fundamental understanding of animal welfare. The Communications Coordinator will also support Animal Friends’ creative efforts through graphic design, photography and videography.

Essential Functions:

  • Branding and Communications
    • Supports the organization’s marketing, advertising, promotions and public relations efforts.
    • Supports the branding efforts of Animal Friends through the creation of messaging in line with the organization’s established voice.
    • Assists with editorial content, marketing, design, production and promotion of the department’s publications, including but not limited to, the Petsburgh Magazine, annual report, direct mail appeals and special event invitations. Writes articles and letters, edits manuals and provides editor’s notes and recommendations for auxiliary publications.
    • Assists with the development of materials necessary to market Animal Friends to the community at large. These may include news, op/ed, advocacy, educational, advertising and campaign copy, quotes and captions; marketing plans and fliers; radio, television and print schedules and production notes; press releases, press packs and photo ops; billboards; logo items; e-blasts, Animal Friends’ website, social media and blog content; speaker support, theme development, event and stage programs and agendas; scripts, tributes, biographies, award copy and presentations; and A/V productions as appropriate.
    • Supports the development of materials necessary to prepare the marketing and other internal departments to promote Animal Friends.
    • Maintains the intellectual integrity of all external communications, ensuring proper usage of voice, grammar and editorial style.
    • Assists with the development of promotional plans for fundraising campaigns and special events and initiatives.
    • Actively engages with other departments to ensure the promotional needs for Animal Friends’ various programs are being met.
    • Integrates volunteers into day-to-day functions to assist with writing, editing, photography and other tasks as needed.
  • Website and Social Media
    • Manages the content of the organization’s website and social media channels.
    • Interfaces with web development team to maintain and improve technical aspects of website.
    • Researches methods to increase visibility of Animal Friends’ website to increase traffic.
    • Conceptualizes and implements ongoing social media campaigns.
    • Maintains content calendars for various social media outlets including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram.
    • Explores new opportunities and trends in social media.
  • Public Relations
    • Serves as the secondary Animal Friends spokesperson for local, regional and national media outlets (TV, radio, print and digital). Writes and provides speaker support for Animal Friends representatives as necessary.
    • Writes press releases and keeps media lists up to date.
    • Represents the organization as a media spokesperson as directed by the Director of Communications.
  • Advertising
    • Supports the organization’s advertising initiatives, seeking creative ways to effectively promote the image, message and position of Animal Friends.
    • Researches ways to increase the organization’s visibility within the local community as well as increase the customer base for our adoptable animals, programs and services.
  • Administrative
    • Leverage volunteer talent by engaging their assistance within the department, thereby helping us to further our mission and vision and to achieve the organization’s expectation of 100% integration of volunteers into our programs.
    • Oversees the Communications Interns and other volunteers, ensuring they are in compliance with organizational requirements and volunteer code of conduct.
    • Performs other duties as assigned.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

  • Social Media Management – working knowledge of social media platforms including but not limited to Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat, YouTube and Vimeo.
  • CMS/CRM – must have experience with content management systems and customer relationship management software, WordPress and Blackbaud Luminate preferred.
  • Search Engine Optimization – must have knowledge of best practices for search engine optimization, Google AdWords and other SEO tools.
  • Graphic Design – experience with graphic design and photo editing software including Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop.
  • Photography/Videography – ability to capture high-quality photos and video and select effective visual content to accompany marketing materials.
  • Communication Proficiency – Ability to orally express information and ideas to others when speaking
  • Customer / Client Focus- Actively seeks out ways to aide Animal Friends guests and/or volunteers to ensure the best possible customer service is provided
  • Diversity and Inclusion – Ability to welcome, support and value individuals with similarities and differences that may vary from your own
  • Stress Management – Ability to maintain baseline behavior / composure during stressful situations
  • Teamwork Orientation – Ability to work with others to accomplish likeminded goals and tasks for the organization

Qualifications and Experience:

  • Bachelor’s Degree required; communications, marketing, advertising, public relations or related field preferred.
  • Must possess a minimum of two years’ marketing experience, non-profit experience preferred.
  • Must possess excellent communication and interpersonal skills, computer literacy, organizational ability and time management skills.
  • Must possess working knowledge of internet and email electronic programs and operations, proofing marks, AP Style.
  • Must possess working knowledge of animal welfare and companion animal issues.
  • Must have access to dependable transportation and openness to local travel. Valid driver’s license required.
  • Must be able to work flexible hours, including weekends and holidays, when necessary.
  • Must be able to push, pull, lift and/or carry up to 50 lbs. Shelter work can be physically demanding.
  • Must have a sincere interest in the work, programs and mission of Animal Friends, Inc.

To Apply:

Qualified and interested candidates – please send a cover letter and resume to Cody Hoellerman, Director of Communications at CHoellerman@ThinkingOutsideTheCage.org. No phone calls, please.