P/T Community Outreach Coordinator

C-SNIP, a nonprofit veterinary clinic specializing in high-volume dog and cat spay/neuter surgery, is seeking a part-time (20hrs/week) Community Outreach Coordinator to staff a new pilot project. This position requires a person who loves animals, is friendly, empathetic, culturally sensitive, and is experienced working with low-income individuals and communities. Applicants should be able to engage people with our spay/neuter strategy, build collaborations with community organizations in low-income neighborhoods to further our mission, implement outreach and strategies, and develop trust relationships with low-income individuals and their at-risk pets. If you are an animal lover, have the ability to quickly build rapport with people, possess exceptional interpersonal skills, and understand issues of poverty and cultural sensitivity, this might be the job for you. Fluency with the Spanish language is highly desired. Previous involvement with the animal welfare sector and knowledge of spay/neuter is helpful. Interested candidates should send a resume and cover letter by May 29, 2017 to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

The office and operations of a nonprofit, high-volume spay/neuter clinic can be fast paced and very busy. This 20 hours/week position is based on a 2.5 day work week, typically Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays; but an ability to work weekends or a flexible schedule will be necessary. The Community Outreach Coordinator will spend approximately half of their time out of the clinic visiting and working at sites in Kent County and the surrounding area to meet the project goals.

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