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Listed below are current employment opportunities at the ARLGP.

Please read full job descriptions for qualifications and responsibilities.

To apply for open positions, please email a resume and cover letter to jobs@arlgp.org with the position as the subject line in either a .pdf or Word document format.

The ARLGP will review applications and resumes solely for posted positions and, due to the significant interest in our job openings, follow-up communication is limited to candidates who meet the posted qualifications. Due to the volume of interest in our positions, no calls or walk-ins, please.

Please note: we do not have a veterinary intern program at this time


CURRENT JOB OPPORTUNITIES:

Associate Veterinarian

The ARLGP is seeking a dynamic, compassionate, and collaborative Associate Veterinarian to play an instrumental role in our life-saving organization.

As the state’s largest animal welfare organization, the ARLGP serves nearly 5,000 shelter and community-owned pets annually. With a mission based on compassion and kindness, our team works tirelessly to end pet homelessness, serve as a safety net to animals near and far, and provide the highest level of medical care to every animal that enters our doors.

The Associate Veterinarian has both clinical and administrative responsibilities, setting a workplace environment that is supportive and collaborative. Clinical duties include performing high-quality/high-volume spay/neuter procedures as well as specialty surgeries as needed. Case management of shelter pets, from intake to adoption, includes examining, diagnosing, and creating treatment plans for dogs, cats, and small animals.

This is an exciting position within a progressive and growth-oriented animal welfare organization.

Please read this position’s full job description here


Feline Adoption Counselor/Care Technician

As the face and voice of the ARLGP to the adopting public, Adoption Counselors/Care Technicians are responsible for fostering a spirit of goodwill and trust between the public and the shelter, delivering superior customer service, maintaining clean, humane and healthy living conditions for pets in the shelter, advocating for animals in our care and in the community, educating the public about ARLGP services, procedures and policies, as well as basic animal care and health and behavior counseling.

We have full-time and part-time openings for this role. Please read this position’s full job description here


Canine Adoption Counselor/Care Technician

As the face and voice of the ARLGP to the adopting public, Adoption Counselors/Care Technicians are responsible for fostering a spirit of goodwill and trust between the public and the shelter, delivering superior customer service, maintaining clean, humane and healthy living conditions for pets in the shelter, advocating for animals in our care and in the community, educating the public about ARLGP services, procedures and policies, as well as basic animal care and health and behavior counseling.

We have full-time and part-time openings for this role. Please read this position’s full job description here


Facilities and Maintenance Manager

The ARLGP is seeking a Facilities and Maintenance Manager to facilitate the efficient operation of the shelter and additional buildings in accordance with established policies and procedures and to ensure the proper repair and maintenance of facilities, equipment, and grounds. To initiate and maintain relationships with vendors/contractors in our community to the benefit of the organization.

Please read this position’s full job description here


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