Job Postings

Employment Opportunities With Animal Organizations

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We help organizations with hiring qualified, skilled teams. Our services include:

  • Recruiting executive and management level staff, managing the entire process, or developing a personalized approach.

  • Developing hiring and recruiting processes.

  • Developing effective boards of directors, including recruiting new board members and providing board training.

Looking for a job? Click on the links below for a detailed job description and instructions on how to apply for each employment opportunity. If you have any questions about these openings, please email us at info@humanenetwork.org.

Job Listings

  • Operations Director: Heaven Can Wait Animal Society is a nonprofit incorporated in 2000 to provide affordable spay/neuter services to cats and dogs in Las Vegas. To date, more than 160,000 low-cost sterilization services have been provided by focusing on the critical needs through targeted spay and neuter for companion animals and free-roaming cats. The Operations Director is responsible for managing all aspects of daily operations of Heaven Can Wait Animal Society’s Spay & Neuter Clinic and Wellness Clinic including human resources, financial management, client services, adherence to legal and ethical standards, and supervision and organization of clinic operations. This position is also responsible for the effective operation of the organization’s ancillary adoption, foster, and community outreach programs. It is a full-time position. 
  • Application: Click here for details and application instructions.
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  • Clinic Manager: FieldHaven Feline Center believes that for every cat in need, there is a solution. They create and enable these solutions by engaging and empowering communities, and providing the needed resources, to ensure that every cat has a safe place to live. The Clinic Manager will be responsible for all aspects of daily operations within the FieldHaven Feline Center Hathaway clinic. Responsibilities include human resources, financial management, client services, adherence to legal and ethical standards, and supervision and organization of clinic operations. Requirements include a Bachelor's degree or equivalent experience, and four-plus years of experience in a management role including management of teams, ideally within the veterinary industry or equivalent shelter or clinical setting.​ It is a full-time position.
  • Application: Click here for details and application instructions.
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  • Executive Director: Friends of Front Street Shelter is the official nonprofit of the Front Street Animal Shelter, raising private resources and donations to support the many programs and activities that save the lives of animals in need. The Executive Director is responsible for overseeing the organization's consistent achievement of its vision and mission and supporting the organization’s financial objectives. The Executive Director oversees the organization's finances, development/fundraising, and communications, including reporting the status of the organization to the board on a regular basis. It is a full-time position.
  • Application: Click here for details and application instructions.
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  • Director of Veterinary Services: Humane Society Silicon Valley (HSSV) is looking for a Director of Veterinary Services to provide strategic leadership to our Veterinary Services team. The Director will report directly to the Chief of Shelter Medicine and manage the team that delivers veterinary services and programs encompassing animals in our shelter and community. This individual will have a focus on building new shelter medicine and access to veterinary care programs and growing the team to establish world-class practices. The Director will have the opportunity to expand HSSV’s leadership presence and participation in the state and national animal welfare arena.
  • Application: Click here for more details.  
  • OTHER JOB OPPORTUNITIES: Click here to see the other jobs currently available at HSSV.  
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  • LVT or LVT in Training: Options Veterinary Care in Reno, Nevada, is expanding to meet demand for affordable care and seeks an LVT or LVT in Training who is committed to the mission of providing high-quality, affordable veterinary care and spay/neuter services to members of the public who cannot otherwise afford veterinary care. The nonprofit clinic treats dogs, cats, and other small pets.
  • Application: Click here for a PDF of the job description with more details, including how to apply.

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  • Shelter Medicine Veterinarian: The Animal Foundation is seeking a highly motivated Shelter Medicine Veterinarian to help sustain Mission: Possible 2020.  Last year, TAF reached its goal of zero euthanasias of all healthy and treatable animals who enter our care, one of the highest-volume animal shelters in the nation to do so. Would you like to help continue to save the lives of all healthy and treatable animals in the Las Vegas Valley? Sign-on bonus: $10,000.
  • Application: Click here for more details.

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  • Chief Veterinarian: The Animal Foundation in Las Vegas seeks a Chief Veterinarian. A nonprofit, 501(c)(3) organization, The Animal Foundation is the highest volume single-site animal shelter in America. Responsible for leading, managing, and developing The Animal Foundation’s team of staff veterinarians and relief veterinarians.  Makes recommendations to the Director of Veterinary Services for medical direction, protocols, and policies for comprehensive care, treatment, and surgical services for the animals in the care of The Animal Foundation. Provides direct clinical care. Sign-on bonus: $10,000.
  • Application: Click here for more details.

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Board of Director Opportunities (unpaid)

  • Volunteer Board Member: The Las Vegas Valley Humane Society's Nominating Committee is conducting a search for individuals to serve on the board of directors. The LVVHS’s primary emphasis is on stray and abandoned animals. Part of our efforts is to reduce animal overpopulation primarily through our trap-vaccinate-neuter-and-return-to-caretaker program for feral cats (the largest overpopulation problem) at no cost to the caretaker. LVVHS also supports spay/neuter services for both dogs and cats for people needing some assistance (or having a complete inability to pay) as well as abandoned animals as part of their adoption program.   
  • Application: Click here to download a Word doc of the application and click here to view or download a PDF of candidate information. 
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  • Volunteer Board Member: Strawberry Fields Animal Rescue Illinois is conducting a search for individuals to serve on its board of directors. Based in the greater Chicago area, Strawberry Fields rescues and finds loving homes for elderly and hospice pets in Illinois, so they can live in comfort for their remaining years. The board of directors is tasked with providing strategic direction and donor support to ensure the long-term financial wellbeing and sustainability of the organization.
  • Application: Click here to download a Word doc of the application and click here to view or download a PDF of candidate information. 
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  • Volunteer Board Member: The Good Home Pet Adoptions Nominating Committee is conducting a search for individuals to serve on the board of directors. Good Home Pet Adoptions, located in Central Brooklyn, New York, is a 501(c)(3) animal welfare group that re-homes kittens and friendly adult cats we encounter during trap-neuter-return (TNR) projects. To support these efforts, we maintain a small trap bank, have a growing network of foster homes, and run a strong adoption program that focuses on matchmaking. We also accept a small number of owner surrendered cats.
  • Application: Click here to download a Word doc of the application and click here to view or download a PDF of candidate information. 

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  • Volunteer Board Member: The FieldHaven Feline Center Nominating Committee is conducting a search for individuals to serve on the board of directors. Using a multi-faceted approach to helping cats and people in need, FieldHaven Feline Center saves and enhances the lives of thousands of cats each year. From tiny kittens to ferals to end-of-life care, we have programs to offer solutions to many of the challenges facing cats in our society. The board of directors is tasked with moving FieldHaven strategically and successfully forward in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic and the resulting challenges.
  • Application: Click here to download a Word doc of the application and click here to view or download a PDF of candidate information. 

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  • Volunteer Board Member: The PALnv Nominating Committee is conducting a search for individuals to serve on the board of directors. The organization’s mission is to build communities that improve animal life by reducing the cat overpopulation problem in our community (Las Vegas area) through spay/neuter and related programs, ensuring that the welfare of cats continually improves, providing resources to assist animal rescues to continue their work in saving lives, promoting cat care and responsibility to our community, and building a safe haven for cats.
  • Application: Click here to download a Word doc of the application and click here to view or download a PDF of candidate information. 
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