The Humane Society of Greater Dayton (HSGD) is currently looking for a full-time Development & Event Associate. This position recruits and manages event volunteers for the Humane Society of Greater Dayton's fundraisers and off-site events.
Coordinate and communicate off-site event details with staff members and volunteers to ensure that events are successful and run smoothly
Network with local businesses to recruit volunteers
Represent HSGD at events
Continuously spread awareness about HSGD's mission and animal programs
Each year, the Humane Society of Greater Dayton participates in more than 100 offsite events, not including our three major fundraisers. This position will recruit and work with event volunteers to handle the logistics of these 100+ events and will report to our Event and Development Manager.
For more information, or to submit your resume and cover letter, contact Ashley Schmitt at firstname.lastname@example.org. No phone calls please.
The Humane Society of Greater Dayton is currently looking for a part-time Offsite Event Coordinator. Responsibilities include running, managing and representing the Humane Society of Greater Dayton at community events. Other duties include, but are not limited to:
Making HSGD present with adoptable animals and literature at targeted events throughout Montgomery County
Transporting animals and equipment to and from event
Working with volunteers, training volunteers and promoting the goals of the Humane Society of Greater Dayton
Applicant must be:
Willing to work weekends and evenings
Able to work alone and alongside volunteers
Genuinely interested in animal welfare.
An ideal candidate would posses’ previous event and/or animal experience, although willing to train the right person.
If you are interested in this position, please send letter of interest and resume to email@example.com or drop them by the shelter. No phone calls please.
The Humane Society of Greater Dayton is currently looking for a full-time Veterinary Technician. This position ensures and maintains the proper, necessary and appropriate care of pre-surgical, surgical and post-surgical animals in the ownership or custody of the Humane Society of Greater Dayton. Functions of this position include, but are not limited to:
Works closely with the Shelter Manager and the Animal Care Technicians to ensure the physical and mental health of Humane Society animals.
Assists veterinarians with spay/neuter surgeries (animal preparation, clinic preparation, etc.) and oversees proper utilization of clinic.
Assesses animals for surgery and possible placement.
Performs euthanasia when required and disposal of animals in proper manner.
Maintains proper identification on animals during veterinary interactions.
Keeps surgical suite area clean and tidy.
Schedules veterinarians for animal spay/neuter surgery appointments and (in-house, foster, neighborhood, etc.). outside veterinary appointments for sick/injured animals as needed.
Maintains inventory for drugs and supplies as related to the veterinary clinic.
Works closely with the Shelter Manager to implement client, staff or volunteer training classes (e.g. puppy training classes)
Attends various board committee meetings including but not limited to the veterinary committee.
Schedules sharps container, Weiler Welding O2, etc. as related to veterinary clinic needs.
Trains, encourages, motivates and provides positive guidance to volunteers for the Humane Society of Greater Dayton.
Represents the Humane Society as a professional.
Decision making regarding animal medical care in the absence of the veterinarian.
May be called upon to perform other HSGD tasks including but not limited to the following: picking up injured cats, cleaning cat or dog areas, cleaning areas of the building, data entry, mailing items, ordering items, taking animal pictures, describing animals, etc
MINIMUM EDUCATION, KNOWLEDGE, AND EXPERIENCE:
Veterinary Technician (LVT or RVT), with a current state license
Extensive knowledge of animals, proper care of animals, and diseases of dogs and cats
Succinct communication skills, both verbal and written; ability to organize thoughts in a logical, clear and concise manner
Ability to use animal related equipment, such as snares, poles, nets, traps, needles, syringes, microscope, autoclave, anesthesia machine and ultrasonic instrument cleaner
Familiarity with medical techniques, including, but not limited to: taking blood, fecal floatation, basic stains, administering medication (oral and percutaneous), placement of IV catheters/endotracheal tubes, and basic CPR
Basic calculations such as: proper dosage of a medication per lb and kg and basic dilution/concentration calculations
Attention to detail
Immense interest and dedication to animal welfare, compassion and a sense of responsibility to ownerless and neglected/abused animals
Results oriented, self-motivated, driven and decisive (including the ability to make recommendations)
Effective time management and planning skills
Ability to absorb information quickly and perform duties in a timely and accurate fashion
Ability to shift attention quickly and accurately from one matter to another
Ability to handle multiple priorities and respond/interact effectively and diplomatically to multiple customers (internal and external)
Ability to interact effectively and efficiently with management and other staff and function as part of a team
The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate
Work related stress is occasional
Position hours would be Tuesday through Friday from 10am to 6pm and Saturdays 8am to 4pm
Age: 4 1/2 years old Type: Dwarf/American Sex: Male
What Makes Them Special? Thumper is an adorable little guy that came to our shelter along with many other bunnies after their owner passed away. He's neutered and is quite a tidy fellow with his litter box habits. He's currently in foster care and his foster tells us he's very social, likes to cuddle and really enjoys the times he gets to run and play. His diet consists of timothy hay, pellets and fresh greens daily. His favorite treat? A slice of banana will excite him enough to do a happy dance. Would you like to meet Thumper and see if he's the bunny for you or your family? Please submit a small animal adoption application and let us schedule a time for you to meet him at our shelter. We're certain he'll steal your heart.
What Makes Them Special? This sweetheart is Sarsaparilla (a.k.a."Sassy"). She came all the way from a Kentucky shelter to find her forever home! She is a very sweet girl who would make a great addition to any home! She is peppy enough to spend time playing or go on a nice long walk, but calm enough to hang out and relax at home. She is very sweet and pretty calm so would make a great companion to someone looking for an amazing girl to add to their heart and home! She goes to training through the S.T.A.R.T. training program so will receive two free classes with her adoption to maintain and continue training. She has gone to our pet therapy program (where we visit nursing homes and allow them to interact with the dogs), and our book buddies program (where we take dogs to elementary schools to let them read to and interact with the dogs) and she has done very well in those situations! She LOVES snuggling close to you, getting belly rubs, and giving you lots of kisses. Sassy will need to be the only pet in the home as she doesn't get along well with cats or most other dogs. If you think Sarsaparilla would be the perfect addition to your home, come on in, fill out an application, and spend some time with her!