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From 30 November 2003 Issue

Job Opportunities

DOMESTIC ANIMAL ISSUES OPPORTUNITIES - If you would like to put your skills to work making a difference for animals, consider joining PETA’s team of committed staff members at our international headquarters in the Oceanside community of Norfolk, Virginia. Our Domestic Animals Issues & Abuse Department is recruiting for a variety of positions. We are currently in need of an Animal Sheltering Advisor, Cruelty Caseworker, Project Coordinator, SNIP Program Assistant, Community Animal Project Assistant, and North Carolina Project Coordinator. Enjoy the personal satisfaction of meaningful work. Submit your resume and cover letter to PETA’s Human Resources Department today. For more information or to see a complete job description for each position, please visit www.peta.org. You may send your resume and cover letter to: PETA Attn: Human Resources, 501 Front Street, Norfolk, VA 23510; fax to 757-628-0789; or e-mail to jobopenings@peta.org.

YOUTH OUTREACH COORDINATOR – People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) seeks a youth outreach coordinator to inspire teenage and college students to get active for animals by coordinating and promoting events, appearances, demonstrations, and PETA programs aimed at that age group and to work toward changing high school and college students’ attitudes and behavior toward animals by sharing PETA’s message with them. Thorough knowledge of animal rights issues and youth culture is required as well as previous activist experience. Candidate must have an outgoing, energetic, and personable manner as well as proven experience in planning successful events. Must also have the willingness to travel often. Competitive benefits package offered. Please send resume with cover letter to PETA, Attn: Human Resources, 501 Front Street, Norfolk, VA 23510; fax to 757-628-0789; or e-mail to jobopenings@peta.org.

CAMPAIGN COORDINATOR (INTERNATIONAL GRASSROOTS CAMPAIGNS) – People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) seeks an experienced candidate to manage and coordinate PETA’s campaigns work with animal rights activists throughout the country. The candidate must have activist experience, a thorough knowledge of animal rights issues, an outgoing and personable manner, and the ability and willingness to travel often. Must also have a degree in a related field or relevant experience. PETA offers a competitive benefits package. Rewarding work. Send cover letter and resume to PETA, Attn: Human Resources, 501 Front Street, Norfolk, VA 23510; fax to 757-628-0789; or e-mail to jobopenings@peta.org.

PRODUCTION DEPARTMENT OPPORTUNITIES – If you would like to put your creative skills to work making a difference for animals, consider joining PETA’s team of committed staff members at our international headquarters in the Oceanside community of Norfolk, Virginia. Our Production Department is recruiting for a variety of positions. We are currently looking for the following: Online Marketing Coordinator, Production Manager, Senior Web Designer, Web Assistant, Web Designer, and Web Project Manager. Enjoy the personal satisfaction of meaningful work. Submit your resume and cover letter to PETA’s Human Resources Department today. For more information or to see a complete job description for each position, please visit www.peta.org. You may send your resume and cover letter to: PETA Attn: Human Resources, 501 Front Street, Norfolk, VA 23510; fax to 757-628-0789; or e-mail to jobopenings@peta.org.

Kim DeWester
Human Resources Specialist
The PETA Foundation
Tel: 757-622-7382, ext. 1404
Fax: 757-628-0789
KimberlyD@fsap.org
www.peta.org 

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