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Humane Agent In-Training
Responsible for the investigation of complaints of cruelty, neglect, abuse, and abandonment of animals. Additional responsibilities include: rescuing sick and injured stray domestic animals in Lake County; promoting education and awareness to the general public and clients on the care of animals, and provides thorough and accurate documentation of incidents and participation in prosecution proceedings.
Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice or comparable field is ideal. Animal shelter experience is required. Must have excellent communication and organizational skills.Must be able to complete OPOTA training and be sworn in by the county. Position is Part-Time which will require 20-24 hours per week.
The Marketing Coordinator will be responsible for promoting the Lake Humane Society and its programs/services and expanding the organization’s reach throughout the community. This position requires a bachelor’s degree in Marketing, Communications, or a comparable field with a minimum of 2 years experience in marketing is preferred.
Excellent communication skills (both verbal and written), strong organization skills, and the ability to prioritize duties are crucial in this position. The Marketing Coordinator position is a part-time, hourly role which requires a flexible schedule.
The Veterinary Technician role is pivotal to a smooth-running shelter operation. This individual will be responsible for the clinic area and inventory of medical supplies as well as overseeing the animals through each stage of their veterinary care at the shelter prior to adoption. Assisting adopters or fosters with any medical questions regarding the animal being transferred into their care. The Veterinary Technician assists the shelter veterinarians with all aspects of the treatment and care of animals at Lake Humane Society.
The Vet Tech also provides training and support to the shelter staff, volunteers, adopters, and clients with regards to shelter medicine, disease control, and animal care. Minimum of 1-year experience in an animal hospital and/or animal shelter is strongly preferred. The position is full-time and schedule flexibility, including weekend availability, is required.
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