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11 August 2009 Issue

Job Opportunities

The Fund for Animals' national campaign office in the Washington, D.C. area is seeking full-time employees for each of the three positions listed below, all of which are available immediately:

OFFICE MANAGER

Duties include supervising the receptionist and office clerk; paying bills and managing the cash box; ordering office supplies; maintaining office equipment; keeping various office records; responding to job inquiries; and helping to administer employee benefit programs. Applicants should have excellent management, communication, and organizational skills; and should be interested in the field of animal protection.

Fax letter and resume to: Vicki Stevens, (301) 585-2595;
or e-mail: vfstevens@fund.org

DIRECTOR OF DEVELOPMENT

Duties include overseeing direct mail program; writing and submitting grant proposals; and creating other fund raising opportunities. Applicants should have a background in fund raising; should be familiar with direct mail and planned giving; and should be interested in the field of animal protection.

Fax letter and resume to: Michael Markarian, (301) 585-2595;
or e-mail: mmarkarian@fund.org

PROGRAM COORDINATOR

Duties include coordinating anti-hunting and anti-trapping campaigns; networking with grassroots activists on campaigns; writing letters and action alerts; organizing and maintaining campaign files and materials; speaking at public hearings and media interviews; and supervising campaign interns. Candidates should have excellent writing, speaking, and organizational skills; be knowledgeable about the animal rights movement; and be willing to travel and work flexible hours.

Fax resume to: Vicki Stevens, (301) 585-2595;
or e-mail: vfstevens@fund.org

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