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Employment Opportunities

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  • Customer Service (Part Time)

    REPORTS TO: Operations Supervisor

    SUMMARY

    Helps the public and other agencies with all transactions using a friendly, educated approach to impounds, strays, owner surrenders, lost and found, rabies control, city ordinances, state laws, general information requests, adoptions, etc.

    GENERAL DUTIES

    • Upholds the Base Code of Conduct of the Aggieland Humane Society and state laws at all times.
    • Complete and pass Euthanasia Training Course and perform euthanasia
    • Keep the Operations Supervisor advised of all shelter activities, customer complaints, and other agency complaints
    • Answer all questions from the public and other agencies
    • Process paperwork, contact the parties involved, close out all animals in the shelter wearing identification, and close out all bite reports
    • Review and approve or deny adoption applications
    • Contact animal control officers when additional information is needed on a specific animal
    • Become proficient in Pet Point Software
    • Record keeping and paperwork filing
    • Carry animals to kennels when needed
    • Lock facilities at night
    • Handles and balances cash drawer
    • Perform other duties as assigned


    EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE

    Required

    • High school diploma or GED

    Preferred

    • Previous customer service experience
    • Animal handling and welfare experience

    SKILLS/ABILITIES/OTHER REQUIREMENTS

    • Ability to handle the stress associated with euthanasia of animals, loud noises, and strong odors
    • Ability to work with the public in a calm, courteous manner; tactful with upset clients
    • Must be available to work Saturdays
    • Good writing and computer skills
    • Must gain proficiency in PetPoint Software, and train others in use
    • Basic Animal Control and Texas Euthanasia Certification required within 12 months of hire

    All applications must be brought or mailed to:

    Aggieland Humane Society
    5359 Leonard Road
    Bryan, TX 77807

  • Animal Care Technician (Part Time)


    REPORTS TO: Operations Supervisor

    SUMMARY
    Responsible for the safe, sanitary, and humane operation of the animal care facilities, the health and welfare of the animals in the care of the shelter, and the other operational needs of the shelter.

    GENERAL DUTIES

    • Upholds the Base Code of Conduct of the Aggieland Humane Society and state laws at all times.
    • Participate in humane care and treatment of animals, monitors shelter for signs of disease, and reports problems to the operations supervisor
    • Participate in euthanasia
    • Unpack/stock supplies as needed
    • Customer service
    • Assist citizens with animals
    • Monitor shelter and shelter vehicles for regular repair and maintenance
    • Transport animals to Texas Veterinary Diagnostic Lab for Rabies testing submission both in and out of town
    • Transport animals to veterinary clinics in the Bryan/College Station area
    • Supervise community service workers and volunteers
    • Perform other duties as assigned

    EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE

    Required

    • High school diploma or GED
    • Must be able to read and write the English Language

    Preferred

    • Building maintenance/repair skills
    • Animal technician experience or related college courses

     

    SKILLS/ABILITIES/OTHER REQUIREMENTS

    • Ability to handle the stress associated with euthanasia of animals, loud noises, and strong odors
    • Ability to give generic and specific direction to volunteers and community service workers
    • Ability to work as a member of a team to ensure smooth functioning and a positive public image of the Aggieland Humane Society with a heavy emphasis on customer service
    • Good oral and written communication skills
    • Must gain proficiency in PetPoint Software
    • Basic Animal Control and Texas Euthanasia Certification required within 12 months of hire

     

    All applications must be brought or mailed to:

    Aggieland Humane Society
    5359 Leonard Road
    Bryan, TX 77807


  • Development Assistant (30 hrs/wk)

    EXEMPT/NON-EXEMPT: Non-exempt

    REPORTS TO: Development Director

    SUMMARY

    Assist the Development Director with donor relations, including but not limited to, data management, thank you letters, and fundraising events.

    GENERAL DUTIES

    • Upholds the Base Code of Conduct of the Aggieland Humane Society and state laws at all times.
    • Answer phones
    • Respond to emails
    • Manage questions from donors
    • Gift entry into donor database
    • Thank you letters to donors generated through database, monthly, quarterly, and annual letters
    • Run database queries for mailings, correspondence, and analysis
    • Assist in donor events – planning, implementation, & necessary data entry
    • Assist in grant writing
    • Work with database support to resolve issues
    • Complete and maintain Development Office Policy and Procedure Manual
    • Record keeping and paperwork filing
    • Perform other duties as assigned

    EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE

    Required

    • High school diploma

    Preferred

    • College Degree
    • Previous customer service/volunteering in non-profits
    • Experience with Excel and Microsoft Word, previous work with databases
    • Animal handling and welfare experience

    SKILLS/ABILITIES/OTHER REQUIREMENTS

    • Ability to work with the public/donors in a calm, courteous manner; tactful with upset clients
    • Exceptional writing and computer skills
    • Detail oriented and high level of accuracy
    • Good organizational skills
    • Must gain proficiency in Donor software/Little Green Lights and PetPoint Software, including generation of reports, and trains others in use
    • Ability to handle the stress associated with euthanasia of animals, loud noises, and strong odors
    • Must not be allergic to cats or dogs

 

Internship Opportunities

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  • Animal Care Internship

    For individuals that have graduated from high school and are considering a career path in animal care.  Each internship session runs in conjunction with the school semester. Spring, Summer, Fall. The Internship will begin the same week, classes begin. Internships will end the first day of finals. Animal Care Interns will professionally represent Aggieland Humane Society. This is an unpaid internship.

    Some of the skills Animal Care Interns learn are listed below

    • Animal Handling and Husbandry in a kennel/shelter setting
    • Dog and Cat breed identification and colors
    • Vaccination Protocol, administering vaccines
    • Basic diagnostic tests
    • Adoption Counseling
    • Dog and cat behavior
    • Record keeping

    Apply Online

    download an application (PDF).

  • Animal Placement Coordinator Intern

    For individuals that have graduated from high school and are considering a career path in animal welfare. Each internship session runs in conjunction with the school semester. Spring, Summer, Fall. The Internship will begin the same week classes begin. Internships will end the first day of finals. Animal Placement Coordinator Interns will professionally represent Aggieland Humane Society. This is an unpaid internship.

    APC Interns will assist the Animal Placement Coordinator in saving lives via the programs listed below:

    • Foster and Adoption Ambassador programs
    • Transfer program
    • Medical rescue
    • Lost and found
    • Breed waiting
    • Owner surrender
    • Pets of the Week

    APC Interns will gain experience and build a resume while saving lives:

    • Building animal transfer partner relationships with other animal welfare organizations
    • Supervisory experience
    • Photography experience
    • Transferring animals in or out of AgHS
    • Approving and Processing adoptions

    Apply Online

    download an application (PDF).