Animal Writes
From 2 March 2003 Issue

Job Opportunity

Wildlife Rehabilitation Technician San Pedro, CA
Location: San Pedro (California) Bird Center 

Job function:
To assist senior rehabilitators in the daily operation of aquatic bird rehabilitation program. You will be involved in all phases of rehabilitation including animal care, volunteer training and supervision, facility maintenance and public interaction/education, and coordination of the bird transport network.

Applicant must have knowledge of various aspects of wildlife rehabilitation including hands-on experience handling and restraining avian wildlife and performing basic rehabilitation skills (exams, tubing, injections, calculating drug dosages, blood sampling, euthanasia); experience working with aquatic avian species; a high-energy level; good physical condition; the ability to work efficiently and calmly under occasionally stressful situations; project a professional demeanor, work well with other people, and be available to work as necessary during crisis situations, i.e., oil spills.

This may mean putting in long hours and overtime.
Must have or be able to obtain a valid California drivers license and have a vehicle.
This position requires forty plus hour a week during which weekend days and some holidays will have to be worked.

Send resume and cover letter to:
Coleen Doucette
Rehabilitation Director
4369 Cordelia Road
Fairfield, CA 94534
Fax: 707-207-0395
E-mail: [email protected] 

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