FACA is currently accepting résumés for this position. All résumés must be emailed to email@example.com and or sent to FACA Headquarters, please no phone inquiries.
This is part-time work with a pay range of $20,000 – $30,000 depending on experience.
Job Summary: Florida Animal Control Association is seeking an Executive Director to oversee the day to day administration and operations of the organization and manage the organization’s mission, policies and objectives as directed by the Board of Directors. This position will take direction from the board to complete work related activity and may be available to work remotely.
Administration Guide and direct the association in the development, production, promotion, and implementation of the organization’s training, products, and services. Ensure that there are appropriate systems and resources in place to facilitate the day-to-day operations of the organization and the capacity of the organization to develop, monitor, and deliver programs. Prepare monthly written reports on program status for Board of Directors. Organize, attend and prepare all necessary documents for quarterly Board meetings and document and disseminate board meeting minutes.
Financial Management Direct the preparation of short and long-range plans and budgets based on broad goals and growth objectives. Ensure that appropriate financial development strategies are in place to meet the goals of the organization. Implement sound financial policies/procedures to ensure efficient fiscal management Budget oversight including the payment of invoices and reporting of expenses and revenues Preparation of all fiscal reports including tracking of all expenditures Recruit additional memberships at each level of membership categories and support current members throughout the membership process.
Resource Development Cultivate effective relationships with stakeholders in the organization, public officials, media, relevant professional organizations, present and future donors and anyone who can further the mission, revenue and reputation of the organization. Ensure that adequate formal and informal training is provided to enhance member performance and skill development. Serve as liaison between FACA and state approved colleges for mandated training courses for Animal Control Officers. Responsible for handling of all training materials, including grading of tests, creation and distribution of certificates and coordination with trainers. Coordinate, organize and manage annual FACA conference.
The applicant must have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited university and/or college and top applicants will have the following: a minimum of three years of managerial experience in the field of animal control and must have a thorough knowledge of the principles and methods of animal care and control, governmental and nonprofit organizations, attention to detail, timeliness in completing tasks, neat and accurate record keeping and sound fiscal and programmatic management skills. The position requires excellent written and verbal communication skills and includes public speaking and representing the organization at trainings and events.
Résumés will be accepted until the position is filled.
GRADE: 9 NON-EXEMPTWorks 1 to 2 days on a.m. shift; on call 3 days on p.m. shift.
Administration/Animal Control Minimum Qualifications:
Fieldwork in the enforcement of County Animal Control ordinances. Involves the apprehension of stray dogs and/or cats and dealing with the associated public relations complications. Must be able issue citations and provide feedback to the public concerning their animal-related problem in a professional manner. Two (2) years of experience in animal care, control and handling. Any combination of education, training and experience that provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities to perform the essential functions of the job may substitute. Possession of or ability to obtain 40-hour certification as an Animal Control Officer within six (6) months of employment as required by Florida Statutes and completion of a 4-hour post-certification course every two years. May be required to complete a 16-hour Chemical Capture Certification course. A valid Florida driver license and a high school diploma or its equivalent are required.
(Prior applicants will be considered and need not re-apply.)
Repost Date: 10/31/2013 Close Date: 11/14/2013
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DESCRIPTION: Full time position working 12 hour shifts with a rotational on-call schedule. Reports to the A.C.O. Supervisor. Duties include: field work in the enforcement of the county’s animal control ordinances and state statutes, monitoring and responding to dispatched calls for service, transporting animals, advising the public on animal matters, issuing warnings and citations regarding animals, preparing reports and affidavits and attending court as needed.
QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED: High school diploma or GED; Florida Animal Control Officer Certification preferred; Must have and maintain a current/valid Florida Driver’s License and satisfactory driving record as a condition of initial and continued employment; Previous experience in animal control or related duties is preferred.
PAY RATE: $14.16/hr. to $21.94/hr.
DEADLINE TO APPLY: November 12, 2013. On-line employment applications are available at http://www.sheriffcitrus.org
Salary $35,838 – $56,888
Performs operational, administrative, and supervisory duties coordinating animal care services, and customer care services in a large animal shelter operation. Communicates Animal Services programs to groups and individuals, community partners, committees, staff and volunteers.
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Application deadline: 11/18/2013 11:59 PM
Salary $27,830 – $44,200
Performs duties involving animal care and customer service, supporting functions of a large animal shelter operation.
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Application deadline: Extended
Salary $33,696 – $53,497
Performs advanced coordination and day-to-day supervisory duties involving animal care and customer service functions of a large animal shelter operation. The Assistant Animal Shelter Coordinator is responsible for assuring that the quality of the work and work processes meets or exceeds the quality standards set by Animal Services.
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Application deadline: 11/18/2013 11:59 PM
The Board of County Commissioners of Escambia County, Florida seeks an Animal Services Manager to plan and direct the animal shelter operations, including personnel supervision, fee and budget recommendations, public relations, policies and procedures in consultation with the shelter veterinarian.
Qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration or related field and three to five years of experience in small animal care or shelter management, one year of which was in a supervisory role; or, an equivalent combination of education and experience sufficient to successfully perform the essential duties of the job such as those listed above.
Annual Salary: $49,420
Final Filing Date: November 19, 2013
Recruitment Salary: $11.25 – $12.93 Hourly; $23,400.00 – $26,894.40 Annually
Performs daily care and handling tasks of impounded animals, required recordkeeping, and provides for the security, wellbeing and humane treatment of the animals, including administering euthanasia.
Requirements: Ability to obtain Florida Euthanasia Certification within six months of hire.
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Close date: Open until filled
Escambia County BCC, Human Resources Department, 221 Palafox Place, Pensacola, FL 32502, 850-595-4964
Equal Opportunity Employer
Investigate and respond to complaints of dogs, cats, or other animals creating a nuisance, take appropriate action using department guidelines; investigate reports of animal abuse, investigate animal bite reports. Capture, impound and/or quarantine animals as appropriate to include, but not limited to, transporting injured animals for treatment. Assist with the care and maintenance of the city animal facility and the animals including, but not limited to, cleaning the shelter, feeding the animals and reporting facility deficiencies. Prepare and maintain a variety of records and reports.
Prefer three (3) years experience as an animal control officer or equivalent combination of education and experience working with animals. Must successfully have completed the Florida Animal Control Officer Certification. Must be inoculated against rabies within the first six (6) months of employment. Ability to analyze situations quickly and objectively and to determine the proper course of action to be taken. Must be physically able to operate a variety of machines and equipment such as an automobile, office equipment, radio, telephone, catch pole, animal traps, gates, etc. Must be able to pull, push, climb, walk, stand, crawl, kneel, bend, stoop, jump and run. Must have a valid Florida Drivers License.
$27,789 – $54,188
Equal Opportunity Employer/Drug Free Workplace
The City of Orange City is a Drug-Free Workplace.
Individuals selected for employment must first pass a background check, a pre-employment drug-screen and a pre-employment physical prior to commencing work.
TO BE CONSIDERED FOR THIS POSITION, ALL APPLICATIONS MUST BE RECEIVED IN THE HUMAN RESOURCE DEPARTMENT. POSITION IS OPEN UNTIL FILLED.
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$78,950 – $119,609 + excellent benefits
Pinellas County, home to some of the most beautiful beaches in the country, is a peninsula at the midpoint of the west coast of Florida, bordered by the Gulf of Mexico on the west and by Tampa Bay on the east. This densely populated county, with a permanent population of over 948,000 is comprised of 24 municipalities including St. Petersburg and Clearwater. We are seeking a forward thinking veterinarian with strong leadership, team building and communication skills to serve as Director of Veterinary Services for our progressive Animal Services Department.
Minimum Qualification: Graduation from an accredited school of veterinary medicine and possession of (or ability to obtain) a Florida State Veterinary License.
Surgical experience a must; shelter experience a plus.
Must be eligible to obtain a Federal Drug Enforcement Administration License.
Position open until filled.
County application required. Application and additional information available at www.pinellascounty.org under Jobs.
Lead an award-winning animal care team and move to Daytona Beach! Halifax Humane Society is now seeking qualified candidates for the Animal Care Director position at our high volume (15,000 shelter intakes annually), open admission animal shelter. Responsibilities will include managing a staff of 27, oversight of our 70,000sqft facility, planning outbound events, purchasing, monitoring intake/adoption programs and enhancing services. Candidates should be comfortable working in an open-admission shelter but strongly motivated to reduce euthanasia and increase adoptions. Bachelor’s Degree, MYM experience and PetPoint Software experience is strongly preferred. Candidate must have excellent customer service, project management and time management skills. HHS offers a salary range starting at 35k, professional development, and other great benefits including retirement, health and dental plans. Email cover letter, resume and salary requirements to firstname.lastname@example.org or fax to 386-267-0651. No phone calls please.