The Animal Caregiver/Adoption Counselor's general responsibility is to help provide shelter animals with their physical needs of water, food, a clean and healthy environment, attending to simple medical needs and treatments and responding in a timely fashion to requests made by the director. The Animal Caregiver/ Adoption Counselor also deals with the public in facilitating communications and good rapport for the Shelter and it's animals. They will provide compassionate care for the animals at the Shelter. As a Counselor the individual will adopt out animals, handle animal claims or the surrender of animals following the procedures and policies as outlined in the DCHS handbook and shelter policies and procedures.
Have a genuine concern, compassion, understanding and respect for animals
Have a positive personality with good communication skills
Be able to work both indoors and outdoors in both good and bad weather
Possess a valid Wisconsin Drivers License
Be able to work independently and without supervision on shifts where you are required to work alone
Have no allergies or other health problems that would prevent carrying out the duties outlined above
Please view website for a more detailed job description. www.dunncountyhumanesociety.org
Applications may be picked up at the Dunn County Humane Society.
No phone calls please.