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30 January 2000 Issue

Job Opportunity
Source: [email protected]

NEAVS Job Listings
Growing New England non-profit animal advocacy organization seeks:

Program Director
Responsible for strategic planning, implementation of animal advocacy programs, activist campaigns and building coalitions with other groups. Must possess good outreach and supervisory skills and record of programmatic effectiveness; have energy and stamina. Five or more years experience preferred.

Research and Investigation Specialist
Responsible for providing scientific expertise and documentation for programs, campaigns, media, and public inquiries. Advanced science degree required. Must have excellent research and writing skills; thorough understanding of vivisection and other animal issues required.

Education Specialist
Develop, manage and teach humane educational program. Background in teaching, science, and curriculum development required. Must be a progressive thinker, organized, creative and interested in working for animal advocacy organization; science or health teacher certification MA/MS a plus. 3-5 years teaching experience preferred.

Education Assistant
Provide administrative and programmatic assistance for our humane education program. Excellent organizational skills required. Familiarity with Microsoft Office 97 and Internet technologies a plus.

All positions have salary commensurate with experience and offer a progressive benefit package. All positions require a BA/BS degree or equivalent and strong communications skills. Background in animal advocacy or an understanding of related issues preferred. Equal Opportunity Employer.

Please respond to:

333 Washington Street, Suite 850
Boston, MA 02108
Fax: 617-523-7925
[email protected]


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