Summer Intern Position At Espanola Valley Humane Society

EVHS News:
 
ESPANOLA NM  The Espanola Valley Humane Society (EVHS) has a paid summer internship position available to a college student interested in animal humane non-profit work. 
 
This 30 to 40 hour per week position pays $10 per hour. Start and end dates negotiable depending on college schedule, with the duration of the position approximately Memorial Day through Labor Day, 2016.
 
“The intern who fills this position should not only love animals but have respect and compassion for the people in the community we serve,” Nicole Joswiak, Mobile Adoption Coordinator said. “If you are interested in meaningful non-profit work, your contribution could be invaluable.”
 
Interested applicants should e-mail a cover letter and resume to nicole@evalleyshelter.org by March 13. No phone calls please.
 
Basics requirements for the position include:
  • At least 18 yrs. of age and enrolled in college;
  • A clean driving record and comfortable driving large freight vans;
  • Drug-free and can pass random drug tests;
  • Must be able to lift 50lbs and be reasonably physically fit;
  • Comfortable working with dogs and cats of all ages, breeds and sizes;
  • Comfortable working with the public. Outgoing, friendly yet firm personality;
  • Basic computer skills, and;
  • Have no political, religious or personal objections working for an “Open Door” shelter.

 

About Espanola Valley Humane Society
 
The Española Valley Humane Society opened in 1992. Since then, it has touched the lives of more than 135,000 companion animals. Its goal is to find every dog and cat in its care a happy and loving home. It accepts every animal, regardless of how old, sick, neglected or abused. In 2015, EVHS placed 83% of the animals it took in, mostly because of record-breaking efforts at offsite adoption events. Shelter programs focus on ending homelessness and addressing the needs of the animals served, and 86% of its support comes from private donors, grants and benefit events.
 
Also in 2015, EVHS received a grant from PetSmart Charities to fund rural outreach, free, onsite vaccination clinics, and free transportation of animals to and from the clinic for spay/neuter surgery. EVHS’s goal is to perform 600 free sterilizations from the targeted communities of Santa Clara and Ohkay Owingeh pueblos, and villages of Chimayo, Hernandez and Velarde.
 
For more information, call the Espanola Valley Humane Society at (505).753.8662.
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