From: Dena Jones
The Animal Protection Institute (API), a national animal
advocacy organization based in Sacramento, CA, is currently accepting
resumes for the following positions:
Position #1: Program Coordinator
Job Duties: Plan, implement, and evaluate animal
protection campaigns in one or more program areas, specifically animals
used in agriculture, entertainment, and science. Includes developing
advocacy materials, participating in investigations and research,
networking with other advocacy organizations and individuals, and
participating in media interviews, meeting, and conferences.
Qualifications: Previous experience with grassroots
group or national animal protection organization strongly preferred.
Degree in animal-related subject, law, or public policy desirable.
Self-directed and ability to coordinate multiple projects essential.
Salary commensurate with experience. Excellent benefits.
This permanent, full-time position is available
immediately in API's Sacramento office.
Position #2: Summer Intern
Job Duties: Assist program department staff in planning
and implementing advocacy campaigns. Includes researching issues,
responding to correspondence and request for information, and developing
educational and advocacy materials.
Qualifications: Graduate student, recent graduate, or
upper division under-graduate student. Prior experience in advocacy
desirable. Stated goal to pursue career in animal advocacy strongly
Salary $8-10/hour, DOE. No benefits.
This temporary (10-12 week), full-time position is
Applications accepted through 3/30/01.
Resumes with cover letter for the above positions may be
submitted by mail,
fax, or e-mail (no phone calls, please) to:
Dena Jones, Program Director,
Animal Protection Institute,
PO Box 22505,
Sacramento, CA 95822;
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