NCAL Staff

We’re Hiring!

North Country Animal League is seeking dedicated and hard-working individuals who share our passion for animal welfare and a culture of compassion for all beings. Please see below for available job opportunities.

North Country Animal League Central Vermont

Current Job Openings

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

FULL-TIME / EXEMPT

The Executive Director (ED) is a charismatic, visionary, hands-on leader who is responsible for the strategic direction and management of the North Country Animal League (NCAL). The ED serves as the liaison between the Board of Directors, the Shelter and Equine Center, and the Community. The ED will direct the administrative, financial, managerial, and supervisory activities necessary to uphold the Mission, policies and goals of NCAL, consulting with the Board of Directors in making decisions in the highest interest of the organization.

The Executive Director position requires demonstrated leadership and management abilities, fiscal stewardship, fundraising and grant experience and a passionate commitment to animal welfare.

EQUINE CARE ASSOCIATE

PART-TIME / NON-EXEMPT

North Country Equine Center is hiring! North Country Equine Center is a boarding and nonprofit community riding center with year-round horsemanship and riding programs for children and adults. We are looking for experienced individuals to assist in our daily barn/horse chores. This position needs a dedicated, professional, animal loving individual to feed, turn out/in, blanket, clean stalls, and provide hay and water for 15-20 horses.

The position requires confidence and experience handling horses, an ability to lift at least 50 lbs., teamwork, attention to detail and reliable transportation. Equine Care Associates show compassion for animals and humans, and a commitment to the mission, values and goals of NCAL. We are hiring for weekday and weekend morning 4-hour shifts.

To apply, please email riding@ncal.com. A cover letter or resume is not required, but may be provided. No phone calls please.

EQUINE PROGRAM INSTRUCTOR

PART-TIME / NON-EXEMPT

North Country Equine Center is hiring! North Country Equine Center is a boarding and nonprofit community riding center with year-round horsemanship and riding programs for children and adults.

The Equine Program Instructor (EPI) is responsible for the overall coordination and management of riding and horsemanship program components which include program development and oversight, riders/participants, personnel, volunteers and horses. The EPI facilitates the ongoing Equine Center programs including the Lesson program, Camp and Afterschool programs. The EPI instructs both riding and horsemanship in NCAL’s programs and helps ensure a safe and inclusive environment, while promoting NCAL’s mission of fostering the humane relationship between humans and animals.

To apply, please email riding@ncal.com. A cover letter or resume is not required, but may be provided. No phone calls please.

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