Employment

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The Humane Society Waterville Area is the animal shelter for 27 towns and cities throughout central Maine. As such we receive stray dogs, cats, bunnies, hamsters, and other pocket pets through the Animal Control Officer employed by each town. It is our mission to shelter animals until they find permanent homes, to educate the community about responsible pet ownership, and to advocate for the humane treatment of all animals. We are seeking fun and friendly team members who have a great customer service attitude.

The Humane Society Waterville Area offers a unique opportunity for caring people to minister to the needs of those unable to care for themselves.

Receptionist & Adoption Counselor
Part-time (up to 39 hours/week)
The person in this position is responsible for daily front desk operations, including answering phones, greeting guests, completing adoption paperwork and maintaining records. He/she will promote the positive handling, treatment and care of animals at all times.

A minimum of one year of experience working in an office setting; strong written and oral communication skills; creative thinking and problem-solving skills; valid driver’s license. Will be required to work two weekends per month.

Facilities Keeper
Part-time (up to 39 hours/week)
The person in this position is responsible for maintaining the building and all property, including general cleaning and basic repairs. In addition, the facilities keeper will deliver animals for appointments, purchase building and cleaning supplies and promote the positive handling, treatment and care of animals at all times.

Previous facilities maintenance experience preferred; strong written and oral communication skills; creative thinking and problem-solving skills; valid driver’s license. Will be required to work two weekends per month.

All applicants for employment with the Humane Society Waterville Area will consent to a Maine Criminal History Record report request.

*All applicants as well as position incumbents who become disabled as defined under the Americans With Disabilities Act, must be able to perform the essential job functions (as listed) either unaided or with the assistance of a reasonable accommodation to be determined by management on a case-by-case basis. 

We always have openings for volunteers.

Call Lisa Smith, Operations Director at 873-2430.

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