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Absolutely hated it.

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Free medical, paid time off if full time staff.

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Good i loved letting people know i was doing something great with the animals

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I accrued quite a bit of vacation time. The SPCA was very good about providing benefits.

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Terrible. Employees are worked to their max for very little money and there is never promotions within the organization.

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If it goes through an intense amount of internal work, I believe it would become a great place of employment.

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Yes they do

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The interviewer will ask you various as questions depending on the job(s) you have/had applied for. They do need to see you have general knowledge (mainly experience) working in a setting with dogs and cats that can be aggressive/nervous/delicate/tough and etc. You have to be truly comfortable around all animals! The interview was very quick for me they give you scenarios depending on the job ur being interviewed for
Example: "what would you say is your biggest accomplishment so far?"
Or ......"how experienced are you with animal restraint, and administering vaccines ?"
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But if ur enthusiasticit as well and always had a passion, ....then it doesn't matter that people or supervisors are telling you because you are there.( Unless it's your superisor)!!!)liOh no!!! It just depends on the position you are interviewing for!......I got hired recently and it went very well and the interviewer was not cryptic or rushing me out at all! I honestly thing I got hired from my huge passion for animals!! Hope it helped I'm sorry......

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At that time applications were filled out on site. The shelter manager reviewed applications and contacted candidates to schedule interviews. Acceptable candidates are then contacted with a job offer. The whole process took about a week

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