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From 8 December 2002 Issue

Job Opportunities

ANIMAL SHELTERING ADVISOR – People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) seeks an animal sheltering advisor with full-service, open admission shelter or humane association work experience to assess various allegations of animal shelter abuse reported to PETA and to intervene as necessary. This person will be responsible for working with government officials to ameliorate conditions and implement proper policies and procedures for shelters. This person will also represent PETA to the media. Candidate must have proven strong writing, research, and organizational skills as well as the ability to make independent decisions in crisis situations needing authority intervention. Candidate must also be able to handle cruelty complaints in a professional and confidential manner. A degree in a related field is preferred. Animal Friendly. Competitive salary and benefits. Please send resume with cover letter to PETA, Attn: Human Resources, 501 Front Street, Norfolk, VA 23510; or fax to 757.628.0789.

HUMANE FIELD OFFICER – People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) seeks a field officer for its Norfolk, Va., location to respond to local calls, such as requests for assistance with companion animal care, injured animals (including wildlife), animal placement, and neglected animals. Candidate must have an excellent rapport with animals, hands-on experience working with animals, and proven ability to make independent decisions in a crisis situation. Candidate must also be able to be on 24-hour emergency call and have the availability to work weekends, split shifts, and evenings. Valid driver’s license required. Competitive salary and benefits. Please send resume with cover letter to PETA, Attn: Human Resources, 501 Front Street, Norfolk, VA 23510; or fax to 757.628.0789.

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