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.
Since 1994, North Country Animal League (NCAL) has been committed to promoting compassionate and responsible relationships between humans and animals through our animal welfare and educational efforts. We are a growing organization and are seeking a Director of Development to lead our organization’s fundraising efforts. The Director of Development works with co-directors and staff to meet revenue goals through donor relations and fundraising campaigns, underwriting development and management, event planning and management, and grant development and management. A key focus will be building partnerships to raise funds that support our lifesaving efforts and humane education programs. We are looking for a passionate, creative advocate, with strong communication and relationship management skills. This position will report to and collaborate closely with the Executive Director, oversee one additional staff member, and is a member of our leadership team.
To apply, please email your resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org. No phone calls please.
The Equine Care Coordinator is responsible for coordinating all barn and equine care efforts and overall recruitment, training and management of equine care staff and volunteers. This individual will be responsible for all aspects of care for horses, as well as overall management of the facilities. This individual will maintain a commitment to the philosophies and policies of NCAL in the performance of their duties, respect the dignity and basic rights of each animal, and support the mission of NCAL.
To apply, please send your resume to email@example.com. No phone calls please.
NCAL’s Equine Care (EC) associates are responsible for assisting with all aspects of care for horses, including daily turn out/turn in, feeding, cleaning, grooming, exercise, and medical care, as well as assisting with additional barn duties. Equine Care Associates show compassion for animals and humans, and a commitment to the mission, values and goals of NCAL. The position requires confidence and experience handling horses, an ability to lift at least 50 lbs., teamwork, attention to detail and reliable transportation. 3-4 hour shifts available.
To apply, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. A cover letter or resume is not required, but may be provided. No phone calls please.