Humane Society of Southern Wisconsin

Job Opportunities

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While caring for animals in the best way possible is serious business, it doesn't mean we can't have a little fun doing it!  Get greeted each day with a hello from a cat. Get a warm welcome by a dog's kiss. Laugh during the day at a co-worker's animal story-of-the-day. Sure we want our work here to have impressive outcomes but we want it to be meaningful and rewarding, too. Our philosophy is simple: if you can have fun while working hard, our pets are better off while they are here, too.

We're looking for passionate team members whose talent, care and compassion for people and pets will help make a difference in our community. With your help, we'll keep our strong foundation of helping pets go home again. 

Join the Humane Society of Southern Wisconsin where, yes, you'll find challenging work, but also plenty of paws and people to brighten your day.  

 

Current Openings:

 

Animal Care Staff
Part-time or full-time/Hourly

Are you seeking a part time job working helping lost and homeless dogs and cats get well and go home again? The Humane Society of Southern Wisconsin, located in Janesville, is seeking applicants for Animal Care Staff. These part time positions are responsible for enclosure cleaning, dog walking, animal intake and administering medication to pets as directed by our veterinary staff.

Looking for responsible and detail oriented people who are interested in helping to make a difference every day in the lives of thousands of lost and homeless pets. Click here for a full job description. Apply by emailing cover letter, resume with references to melinda@petsgohome.org. This is a part time position and will be scheduled for 20-30 hours per week.

 

Certified Veterinary Technician
Part-time or full-time/Hourly

We're looking for new part-time Certified Veterinary Technician staff to work in our Animal Care department.  In this exciting part-time position you'll utilize your skills as a CVT to help thousands of lost and homeless pets regain their health and go home again. Click here for a full job description. Apply by emailing cover letter, resume with references to melinda@petsgohome.org.

 

Development Manager
Full-time

The Humane Society of Southern Wisconsin is seeking applicants for the position of Development Manager. This position offers flexible hours for the right candidate and the opportunity to work in an exciting and progressive organization that helps more than 3,000 lost and homeless pets each year. Over the past four years the Humane Society has made amazing advances in the way we care for lost and homeless pets, and also in the way we treat and interact with the people and the community we serve.

Previous experience in Development is required and will be key for the successful candidate. This is an opportunity to truly build the program and literally save furry, little lives. Currently the Humane Society receives approximately half of its annual $1 Million budget from donations, fundraisers and direct mail efforts.

Send cover letter and resume and salary requirements to Brett Frazier, Executive Director, for immediate consideration via bfrazier@PetsGoHome.org.


Upcoming Events


Beloit College Community Connection Day

September 1, 2017 (3:30-5:00pm) -

Beloit College is throwing their 2nd annual Community Connection Day! They have invited us to set up a booth to help spread the word about our organization. Connect...

Paws for a Cause 5k Race

September 2, 2017 (10am) -

The inaugural tour of Paws for a Cause 5K is coming to Delavan for a 5K Run/Walk. This family friendly event will benefit Southern Wisconsin Humane Society!...

News & Announcements


Humane Society of Southern Wisconsin opposes proposed city cuts

A proposal to halve the city of Janesville's spending on animal control is "shortsighted," the executive director of the local humane society said.

Brett Frazier,...

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JANESVILLE, Wis - The Humane Society of Southern Wisconsin houses some of the smartest cats.

That’s because Washington Elementary fifth-graders read them books about...

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