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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.
Animal Care Staff
Part-time or full-time/Hourly
The Humane Society of Southern Wisconsin is seeking new additions to our animal care staff. Responsible for providing high-quality care to the animals in the shelter. Responsible for ensuring proper cleaning protocols for all kennel areas as well as the shelter as a whole. Provide counseling and education for the general public regarding HSSW policies and animal welfare issues when appropriate. Ensure alert and timely notification of any animal or shelter-related issues to supervisory staff. This is a full or part-time position. Click here for a full job description.
This position is either full or part-time depending on availability. Apply by emailing cover letter and resume with references to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Certified Veterinary Technician
Part-time or full-time/Hourly
The Humane Society of Southern Wisconsin is seeking a Certified Veterinary Technician to join our medical team. The CVT assists the Shelter Veterinarian in examinations, vaccinations, and treatments of our shelter animals as well as working with our foster caregivers to ensure the health of all our animals in foster care. In our surgical suite, the CVT will assist with performing anesthesia, postoperative care, and maintenance of surgical records, as well as performing dental cleanings. Applicants would also be responsible for medically triaging new strays, administering vaccinations and preventatives, and reuniting pets with their owners. Click here for a full job description.
This position is either full or part-time depending on availability. To apply for this position, you must be a Certified Veterinary Technician in the state of Wisconsin. Apply by emailing cover letter and resume with references to Dr. Heather Les at Heather@petsgohome.org
Are you looking to work in the animal welfare field, directly improving the lives of thousands of homeless animals, and enjoy a fast-paced work environment? The Humane Society of Southern Wisconsin is seeking part-time applicants for the adoption team. Adoption Counselors are the front line of our shelter. This position conducts adoptions, works with lost and found pets, and provides excellent customer service at every opportunity. Adoption counselors are responsible for providing counseling and education for the general public regarding HSSW policies and animal welfare issues. They’re also responsible for coordinating adoptions and all necessary computer records and paperwork, greeting and directing visitors, data processing, answering phones, filing, and making copies.
October 1, 2019 () - October 22, 2019
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