Newsletter - Animal Writes sm
1 October 2000 Issue

Job Opportunity
from Gail Zwicker - [email protected]


The Nova Scotia Society for the Prevention of Cruelty, a non-profit charitable organization, is seeking a proven dynamic leader who has the skills and vision to manage the Society as it's Executive Director.

As the Executive Director, you will work closely with a volunteer Board of Directors and stipendiary staff. You will be responsible for managing the operation and continued development of the Society and ensure the integration of the organization's vision in all of its activities. You have worked extensively with volunteer Boards and Committees and appreciate the dynamics of a volunteer-directed organization. You are an open, collaborative team player with exceptional interpersonal abilities and accomplishments, sound public and media relations skills and preferably investigative experience. You have proven fund-raising skills, are a visionary and a diplomat and possess a genuine compassion for animal welfare.

To succeed in this challenging role, applicants should ideally have:

  1. 1. A business degree or comparable experience with a financial background;

  2. Background in animal welfare;

  3. Experience in business management, administration and staffing;

  4. Superior communications and public relation skills;

  5. Ability to develop and implement effective fundraising strategies.

If you feel that you are our ideal candidate, please respond in writing to:
N.S.S.P.C.A., c/o Box 335, Yarmouth NS B5A 4B3.

Applications must be received by October 6, 2000 to qualify. NO phone calls please.

You must reside within a 30 km radius of the Provincial Office in Bedford, be available for liaison at any time and regularly work gratuitous hours. We are committed to employment equity and thank all applicants in advance, however we will be corresponding only with those selected for an interview. Salary will be commensurate with experience.

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