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Apply in person at the Humane Society of Washington County, Inc. or download a job application. We offer a competitive salary and benefits package. Interested qualified candidates should submit resume, cover letter, one letter of reference, and completed application to tpreston@hswcmd.org.

Applications are valid for 60 days. If you have not heard from us within that period, you will need to reapply. NO PHONE CALLS, PLEASE.

Qualification Requirements

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty and task satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations will be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Field Services Director -- Full Time

ESSENTIAL DUTIES

Directs staff and activities related to all Field Services functions including but not limited to: enforcement of the Washington County Animal Control Ordinance and Maryland animal cruelty laws; warnings, citations, inspections, search and seizure warrants and investigations; court and/or Animal Control Authority hearing appearances. Oversees the following: humane capture and handling of all species; public education about humane animal care and relevant animal regulations; interaction with citizens and other agencies; emergency responses; vehicle and equipment maintenance; staff training and performance reviews. Prepares reports and budgets as required. 

TASKS AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Supervises and schedules all Field Services personnel.
  • Responds to and participates in the activities of a Field Service Officer as deemed necessary. Supervises and participates as necessary in the capture, transportation, veterinary treatment, and impoundment of domestic animals and wildlife in the most safe, humane and practical manner possible. Euthanizes animals if necessary and authorized.
  • Supervises and participates in investigations of animal control related complaints and neglect or cruelty complaints. Arbitrates disputes if possible.
  • Ensures that issuance of warnings, citations and arrest warrants comply with authority and legal requirements. Reviews written investigative reports that are introduced as legal court evidence. Ensures that Officers appear for scheduled court dates and testify in a professional and factual manner.
  • Provides public information regarding responsible pet ownership and animal laws and ordinances.  Actively seeks solutions in support of pet retention.
  • Coordinates efforts with other community professionals such as law enforcement officers, court officials, county officials, and veterinarians to complete assigned tasks.
  • Prepares rabies suspect animals for rabies testing. Properly disposes of dead animals.
  • Assists when necessary in care of animals, shelter cleaning, and maintenance.
  • Ensures that all Field Services vehicles are adequately stocked with the equipment necessary to perform field activities; adheres to maintenance schedules, required licensing and registration, and safe operating practices.
  • Maintains inspection files of licensed kennels and pet stores.
  • Follows safety procedures, utilizes safety equipment, and monitors work environment to ensure safety of employees and other individuals.
  • Develops written standard operating procedures and plans; collaborates effectively with other personnel and departments on implementation of systems.
  • Tracks statistics, compiles reports, and develops/maintains budget for department.
  • Performs general clerical tasks, provides backup coverage to other officers and dispatch as needed, participates in meetings and special assignments as directed.
  • Ensures that all officers are adequately trained in areas pertinent to their job requirements.
  • Responds to night/weekend emergency calls to assist officers as necessary and/or during staff vacancies.
  • Participates in public events as directed.
  • Other duties as assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS

  • At least three years animal control field experience.
  • At least one year supervisory experience.
  • High School Diploma or GED.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of animal health and well-being, and animal and zoonotic diseases. Abilities and skills to include: care of domestic and wild animals, determination of animal breed, species, sex and age; recognition of signs of animal neglect, abuse and cruelty; euthanasia methods and techniques.
  • Knowledge of local and state animal laws and of court procedures, as well as law enforcement techniques, principals and practices.
  • Skill in humane animal capture and humane restraint methods and the ability to interpret animal body language.
  • Ability to maintain effective working relationships with other community professionals.
  • Adequate communication skills, both oral and written.
  • Ability to operate and control the actions of equipment, machinery, tools and/or materials relevant to the job duties.
  • Ability to attend job related training and satisfactorily complete such training.
  • Must be at least 18 years of age, valid driving license with clean driving record and be able to successfully pass a criminal background evaluation.

LEADERSHIP RESPONSIBILITIES

  • As a member of the Management Team, lead agency staff and volunteers to a high standard of performance. Works in collaboration with Development Director, Chief Operations Officer and Chief Executive Officer.  Makes decisions on behalf of the agency in regard to animal program management, volunteers, customer relations, and budget administration.
  • Develops new ideas with staff in order to work towards the organization’s strategic goals.
  • Communicates in an effective and professional manner with public and all HSWC staff and volunteers.
  • Follows all written and verbally communicated HSWC Standard Operating Procedures.
  • Provides support in the absence of staff.
  • Attends all staff meetings and training sessions.
  • Encourages the use of volunteers, the solicitation of monetary and the use of in-kind donations whenever possible.
  • Is on call to the shelter and responds to emergencies seven days a week, 24 hours a day.

WORKING CONDITIONS

Work environment may have regular exposure to adverse environmental conditions, such as zoonotic disease, parasites, dirt, dust, pollen, odors, humidity, rain, fumes, temperature and noise extremes, pathogenic substances, animal attacks or animal bites. The noise level in the work environment can be very loud. Occasional lifting of up to 50 pounds with reasonable accommodation. Standing on feet for 8 – 10 hours per day. Computer usage.  Required to live within 30 minutes of Facility and have capacity to regularly participate in emergency s rotation schedule that includes weekends and nights.

Employment Disclaimer:  This job description is not a contract.  Management reserves the right to change its contents at any time.  The HSWC complies with guidelines set forth in the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, sex, age, disability, or status as a disabled veteran or veteran of the Vietnam era.  This organization is an Equal Opportunity Employer.  The Humane Society of Washington County is an at-will employer. 

Field Services Officer --  Full Time

ESSENTIAL DUTIES

Enforces appropriate local and state laws and ordinances concerning but not limited to the care and treatment, vicious and dangerous dogs, running –at-large, barking, kenneling, licensing and impounding of animals. Conducts investigations and inspections, issues citations and warnings, and records daily activities. Educates the public about relevant animal regulations and humane animal care. Prepares, presents and participates in cases for hearings and/or court appearances as necessary. Receives calls from the public concerning alleged animal control and/or cruelty violations, rescues, animal pick-up, bite investigations, etc. Performs the functions of dispatching officers, maintains records and submits reports.

TASKS AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Routinely    patrols    designated    areas    and enforces  local  animal  ordinances   and   state animal laws. Responds to dispatched calls in priority  order  and  determines  appropriate action.
  • Apprehends and confines stray, injured, and nuisance domestic and wild  animals  in  the  most safe, humane and approved manner possible. Administers emergency first aid. Euthanizes animals if necessary and permitted. Transports animals   to    sheltering    facility    and/or veterinary clinic. Prepares animals for rabies testing.     Properly     disposes     of     deceased animals.
  • Conducts general  investigations  of  animal related   problems   such   as   barking   dog complaints,  livestock   kills   and   possible cruelty situations. Prepares written investigative reports that may   be   introduced into    court    as    legal   evidence.
  • Transports severely injured or ill animals to emergency veterinary hospital when on-site veterinary     shelter     staff     are     unavailable. Works in cooperation with shelter contract veterinarian    and    other    veterinary    experts during    the    resolution    of    court   cases.
  • Engages     in     public     outreach     and     participates in public events as directed.  Promotes  the positive   image   of   Field   Services    Officers    in the   community.   Distributes   pet   food, spay/neuter     information,     and     other     supplies to    pet    owners    in   need.
  • Assists    pet    owners    to    prevent    animal  surrender    due    to    lack    of    resources.      Engages in    creative    solutions    to    support    pet    owners  in    following   ordinance.
  • Arbitrates   disputes   if   possible.    Issues warnings, citations and arrest warrants when necessary.    Appears    for    scheduled    court    dates and hearings, and testifies regarding civil infractions, custody cases and cruelty charges. Coordinates    efforts   with other community professionals such as  police officers,    court    officials    and   veterinarians.
  • Assists callers with information regarding situations    such    as    nuisance    or    trapped animals and answers questions about animal control policies and laws. Provides public education while in the field  regarding responsible pet ownership, animal laws, and ordinances.
  • Responds to night emergency call on  a  rotating basis;  assists  fellow   officers   as   requested and/or necessary; works overtime as requested and/or    to    complete    regular   duties.
  • Performs the duties and responsibilities  of dispatcher    on    a    rotational    basis    as  assigned.
  • Cleans  and  inspects  department  vehicle  and equipment daily and reports problems. Performs vehicle   maintenance   and    related    task    as necessary.
  • Assists    in    shelter    cleaning,    and    with    the    care and   euthanasia   of   impounded    animals    when necessary.
  • Makes   humane   euthanasia   decision    regarding animals  brought  in  after  hours  that   are sick/injured    in    accordance    with    existing   SOP.
  • Follows safety procedures, utilizes safety equipment,  and  monitors  work  environment  to ensure  safety   of   employees   and   other individuals.
  • Performs general clerical tasks, provides backup coverage to other officers and dispatch as needed, participates in meetings and special assignments as directed.
  • Other duties, tasks, assignments and/or responsibilities as assigned

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Basic   knowledge,   skills   and    abilities including:     animal     health     and     well-being, breed, species, sex and age, care of wild and domestic     animals,     animal     and     zoonotic diseases.
  • Basic knowledge of law enforcement techniques, principals   and   practices.   Ability   to    learn local  and  state   animal   laws   and   court procedures.   Ability   to   recognize    signs    of animal    neglect,    abuse    and   cruelty.
  • Ability to attend job related training and satisfactorily   complete   such    training    including, but  not  limited  to,  euthanasia   methods   and techniques;  humane  animal  capture  and  humane restraint methods; and interpreting animal body language.
  • Satisfactory communication skills, both oral and written, with animal owners, veterinarians, law enforcement      officers,      prosecutors,     attorneys, other    citizens,    at    hearings,    public    events,   etc.
  • Must  be  at  least  21  years  of  age,  possess   high school   diploma    or    GED,    valid    driving    license with   clean   record   and   be   able    to    successfully pass    a    criminal    background   evaluation.
  • Ability  to   lift   50   – 100   pounds,   work   with   all species, and have the physical ability to climb & maintain balance, stoop,  crawl,  jump,  crouch,  and reach   overhead.
  • Ability  to  operate  and  control  the   actions   of equipment,    machinery,    tools    and/or    materials relevant    to    the    job   duties.
  • Ability to work all shifts, on-call and overtime.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS

  • One year experience in Animal Sheltering, Animal Control or Humane Investigations.
  • One year experience in general Law Enforcement.
  • Euthanasia certified.

WORKING CONDITIONS

Work environment may have regular exposure to adverse environmental conditions, such as zoonotic disease, parasites, dirt, dust, pollen, odors, humidity, rain, fumes, temperature and noise extremes, pathogenic substances, animal attacks or animal bites. The noise level in the work environment can be very loud. Occasional lifting of up to 50 pounds with reasonable accommodation. Standing on feet for 8 – 10 hours per day. Computer usage.

Employment Disclaimer:  This job description is not a contract.  Management reserves the right to change its contents at any time.  The HSWC complies with guidelines set forth in the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, sex, age, disability, or status as a disabled veteran or veteran of the Vietnam era.  This organization is an Equal Opportunity Employer.  The Humane Society of Washington County is an at-will employer.  

Animal Admissions Counselor -- Full Time

ESSENTIAL DUTIES

The Animal Admissions Counselor works under the direction of the Animal Admission Manager welcoming patrons to the HSWC and through counseling helping clients determine alternatives to intake and accepting animal surrenders when this is the best option for the animal and family.  The Animal Admission Counselor is a proactive problem-solver and energetic multi-tasker who is able to transition flawlessly from Admission Counseling to animal receiving process – intake exam, cage preparation, vaccinations, and record-keeping when needed.

TASKS AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Counsels patrons wishing to surrender animals by offering alternative solutions.
  • Provides resources and support to patrons enabling them to successfully rehome unwanted pets on their own.
  • Converts patrons wishing to surrender pets to potential foster homes through conversation.
  • Supports the human/animal bond by providing public education and resources to patrons such as Pet Food Pantry, Public Assistance Vouchers, Behavior and Training alternatives, Trap/Neuter/Return options, Feral Cat Management, and Humane Wildlife Solutions.
  • Assists with reuniting lost pets with their guardians by matching lost and found reports, coordinating lost and found newspaper advertisements, and processing required paperwork. 
  • Provides basic intake of animals coming into the shelter including physical exam, subcutaneous vaccinations, venipunctures for blood tests, deworming, parasite diagnosis and treatment, basic ear/wound cleaning and evaluate overall health/physical condition.
  • Assists staff evaluating animal medical conditions
  • Safely handles and restrains animals using low stress handling techniques and personal protective equipment.
  • Follows all protocol to minimize disease transmission by maintaining high standards of cleanliness of all animals, equipment and cages.
  • Works collaboratively with staff to clean and care for animals in the Receiving room.
  • Cleans Receiving Clinic room and equipment. 
  • Enters and ensures medical records, intake information, and pictures into shelter software.
  • Works collaboratively with Health and Behavior Coordinators to move animals out of Receiving when intake is done and space is available in shelter.
  • Notifies the Animal Admissions Manager, Animal Care Director or Health and Behavior Coordinators of high priority medical conditions that may need to be sent to a veterinarian for further evaluation or treatment.
  • Ensures all Clinic supplies are stocked and equipment is in working order.  Notifying Admissions Supervisor of supply and equipment needs. 

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Previous supervisory, customer service, and veterinary clinic experience preferred
  • Ability to multi-task in a fast-paced environment
  • Candidates must be able to work both independently and collaboratively
  • Strong attention to detail and client service skills
  • Strong oral and written communication skills
  • Ability to operate animal care vehicles including vans
  • Availability to work daytime, evenings, weekends, and holidays
  • Formal animal care experience a plus
  • Candidates must be committed to treating animals with kindness and respect
  • Report all damage and needed repairs for equipment or facility to the AAM or their designee.
  • Transport animals to various locations as needed following standard state laws.
  • Deal with conflicts, questions, and problems in a professional manner and with consideration for the good of the organization.
  • Follow the HSWC Standards of Professional Conduct.
  • Organized and efficient with large amounts of medical information.
  • Perform humane euthanasia and prepare bodies for rabies testing as directed (when trained)
  • Filling in for other areas and performing other tasks/functions as directed by the AAM or their designee.
  • Follow all procedures established to maintain a safe work environment including using Personnel Protective Equipment (PPE), safe animal and chemical handling, and reporting all near misses and accidents.
  • Must be at least 18 years of age, have a high school diploma or GED and a valid driving license with clean record.
  • Ability to learn animal first aid and CPR, perform euthanasia, basic laboratory techniques and basic animal grooming techniques.
  • Ability to identify signs of animal illnesses, diseases and injuries, animal species, breeds, ages, and gender.
  • Basic math skills to calculate medication dosage for animals.
  • Ability to learn humane animal capture and humane restraint methods and the ability to interpret animal body language.
  • Good interpersonal and communication skills.
  • Basic computer skills.
  • Ability to follow direction and/or instruction as given either orally or written.
  • Must have insurable valid driver’s license.
  • Ability to be vaccinated with pre-exposure rabies.

WORKING CONDITIONS

Work environment may have regular exposure to adverse environmental conditions, such as zoonotic disease, parasites, dirt, dust, pollen, odors, humidity, rain, fumes, temperature and noise extremes, pathogenic substances, animal attacks or animal bites. The noise level in the work environment can be very loud. Occasional lifting of up to 50 pounds with reasonable accommodation. Standing on feet for 8 – 10 hours per day. Computer usage.

Employment Disclaimer:  This job description is not a contract.  Management reserves the right to change its contents at any time.  The HSWC complies with guidelines set forth in the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, sex, age, disability, or status as a disabled veteran or veteran of the Vietnam era.  This organization is an Equal Opportunity Employer.  The Humane Society of Washington County is an at-will employer. 

Development Director -- Full Time

ESSENTIAL DUTIES

Plans, develops, implements and oversees all fund raising activities for the organization based on a formalized fund development program and marketing strategy that assures adequate short- and long-term funding for shelter operations, programs, services and special projects. Directs activities of the development department and provides leadership and direction to staff. Promotes the organization within the community to ensure a broad base of funding resources.

TASKS AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Develops and implements strategies and activities to reach annual, capital, endowment, and special fundraising campaign goals focusing on individuals, corporations and foundations. Accountable for the identification, cultivation, solicitation and stewardship of donors through personal contact, direct mail and e-communications campaigns, fundraising and awareness events, foundation research and grant request writing, planned giving, monthly giving, matching gifts, solicitation of corporate gifts, donor acknowledgment and management of donor records.
  • Develops a comprehensive marketing and public relations program that includes strategies to promote the mission of the HSWC utilizing a variety of venues; orchestrates the most effective vehicles/channels for communicating those messages to the public, media and internally.
  • Serves on the senior management team and has direct access to the Board of Directors to implement all fundraising efforts. Enforces policies and procedures set by CEO and the Humane Society. Responsible for the training and evaluation of development personnel to maintain a professional and efficient staff.
  • Creates annual budget for development department and oversees individual budgets for each event and/or fundraising project; manages financial transactions and balances receipts related to special events and fundraising activities.
  • Represents the organization in a professional manner and provides accurate information to the public. Serves as a liaison between the HSWC and community, representing the HSWC at meetings and through various outreach programs.
  • Other duties as assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

  • AA degree; bachelor’s degree preferred in public relations, marketing, business administration or related  field.
  • Experience working in a fundraising, public relations and/or management capacity.
  • Event planning experience desired.

NECESSARY KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:

  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Ability to design and write copy for publications and marketing collateral including, but not limited to fundraising appeals, press releases, social media and website.
  • Working knowledge of general finance and budgeting practices.
  • Basic knowledge of labor laws and human resources practices.
  • Understanding of and ability to communicate effectively the policies and procedures of the Humane Society.
  • Ability to handle difficult situations presented by citizens, staff and/or volunteers.
  • Ability to multi-task, prioritize, delegate and adhere to deadlines.
  • Proficiency with MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and donor management software.
  • Ability to operate standard office equipment.
  • Ability to work week days, evenings and weekends as needed.
  • Ability to be vaccinated with pre-exposure rabies.
  • Ability to lift up to 50 pounds, work with or within proximity of all species of animals, and have the physical ability to maintain balance, stoop, crouch, and reach over your head.
  • Must possess a valid Driver’s License and insurable driving record.

LEADERSHIP RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Communicates in an effective and professional manner with public and all HSWC staff and volunteers.
  • Follows all written and verbally communicated HSWC policies and standard operating procedures.
  • As a member of the Management Team, leads agency staff and volunteers to a high standard of performance. Works in collaboration with Chief Operations Officer and Chief Executive Officer. 
  • Develops new ideas with staff in order to work towards the organization’s strategic goals.
  • Makes decisions on behalf of the agency with regard to budget administration, customer relations, animal program management, and staff and volunteers.
  • Provides support in the absence of staff.
  • Attends all staff meetings and training sessions.
  • Generates funds to support programs.
  • Encourages the use of volunteers, the solicitation of monetary and the use of in-kind donations whenever possible.
  • Is on call to the shelter and responds to emergencies seven days a week, 24 hours a day.

WORKING CONDITIONS

Work environment may have regular exposure to adverse environmental conditions, such as zoonotic disease, parasites, dirt, dust, pollen, odors, humidity, rain, fumes, temperature and noise extremes, traffic hazards, pathogenic substances, animal attacks or animal bites. The noise level in the work environment can be very loud. Occasional lifting of up to 50 pounds with reasonable accommodation. Sitting or standing for 8 – 10 hours per day. Computer usage.

Employment Disclaimer:  This job description is not a contract.  Management reserves the right to change its contents at any time.  The HSWC complies with guidelines set forth in the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, sex, age, disability, or status as a disabled veteran or veteran of the Vietnam era.  This organization is an Equal Opportunity Employer.  The Humane Society of Washington County is an at-will employer. 

 

Animal Care Technician Level 1 -- Part Time

    GENERAL PURPOSE OF THE POSITION

    Working under the direction of the Animal Care Manager or their designee, the Animal Care Technician functions as part of the Animal Care team - working independently and collaboratively to provide a clean, safe, healthy environment for the animals, staff, and visitors of the Humane Society.

    ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

    1. Providing prompt and courteous first point of contact for clients while showing adoptable animals - from small mammals to livestock 
    2. Minimizing disease transmission by maintaining high standards of cleanliness of all animal and public areas
    3. Following all protocols to provide basic care to all animals including but not limited to:

    • Feeding  
    • Medical Care and Treatments
    • Grooming
    • Disinfection and Disease Control
    • Food Bank  
    • Humane Euthanasia
    • Enrichment
    • Behavior and Training  
    • Rabies Clinics and Adoption Events

    4. Maintain proper opening and closing procedures for the facility.

    QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS

    1. Ability to multi-task in a fast-paced environment
    2. Candidates must be able to work both independently and collaboratively
    3. Strong attention to detail and client service skills 
    4. Strong oral and written communication skills
    5. Ability to operate animal care vehicles including vans, box truck, and horse trailer.
    6. Availability to work daytime, evenings, weekends, and holidays
    7. Formal animal care experience a plus
    8. Candidates must be committed to treating animals with kindness and respect
    9. Assist with inventory and restocking supplies.  
    10. Report all damage and needed repairs for equipment or facility to the ACM or their designee.
    11. Transport animals to various locations as needed following standard state laws.
    12. Deal with conflicts, questions, and problems in a professional manner and with consideration for the good of the organization.
    13. Follow the HSWC Standards of Conduct.
    14. Ensure shelter, storage areas, animal housing areas, and prep room area are neat and orderly.
    15. Ensure ACM or their designee is aware of animals in need of medical care.
    16. Perform humane euthanasia and prepare bodies for rabies testing as directed (when trained)
    17. Filling in for other areas and performing other tasks/functions as directed by the ACM or their designee.
    18. Follow all procedures established to maintain a safe work environment including using Personnel Protective Equipment (PPE), safe animal and chemical handling, reporting all near misses and accidents
    19. All other duties as assigned. 

    EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE
     
    High School Diploma or GED required and experience working within Animal Care is strongly preferred but not required. Must be 18 years of age.  

    NECESSARY KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES

    Ability to learn animal first aid and CPR, perform euthanasia, basic laboratory techniques and basic animal grooming techniques. 
    Ability to identify signs of animal illnesses, diseases and injuries, animal species, breeds, ages, and sexes. 
    Basic math skills to calculate medication dosage for animals. 
    Ability to learn humane animal capture and humane restraint methods and the ability to interpret animal body language. 
    Good interpersonal and communication skills. g. Basic computer skills. 
    Ability to follow direction and/or instruction as given either orally or written. 
    Ability to work daytime, evenings, and weekends as assigned. 
    Must have insurable valid driver’s license. 
    Ability to be vaccinated with pre-exposure rabies. 
    Must be able to lift up 40 lbs. bags of pet food and litter over long periods. 
    Must be able to lift 50 to 100lbs with assistance.    

    PHYSICAL DEMANDS

    The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. 

    WORK ENVIRONMENT

    Work environment may have regular exposure to adverse environmental conditions, such as zoonotic disease, parasites, dirt, dust, pollen, odors, humidity, rain, fumes, temperature and noise extremes, pathogenic substances, animal attacks or animal bites. The noise level in the work environment can be very loud. 

    INCLEMENT WEATHER

    Animal Care Technicians are essential personnel in that animals housed at the shelter need care every day, year  round. Animal Care Technicians are expected to make plans to safely get to work during inclement weather or  be willing to stay overnight at the shelter in order to ensure the daily needs of the animals are met. 

    Employment Disclaimer

    This job description is not a contract – management reserves the right to change its contents at any time. This organization complies with the guidelines set forth in the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, sex, age, disability, or status as a disabled veteran or veteran of the Vietnam era. This organization is an Equal Opportunity Employer


    The Humane Society of Washington County is an Equal Opportunity Employer and a 501 © (3) non-profit. We are not a county agency and have no county employees.
    The HSWC is a tobacco free facility.
    The HSWC complies with the guidelines set forth in the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, sex, age, disability, or status as a disabled veteran or veteran of the Vietnam era.