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There is a fantastic full-time salaried role available with Willamette Humane Society. The description, pay ranges, and more are below. To apply, please follow this link: https://whs4pets.org/employment-application/
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Department: Community Engagement & Development (CE-DEV)
Reports to: Development and Community Engagement Director (DCED)
Revision date: March 2021
Pay Range: $35,568 – $47,000
Hiring appointments are made at the start of the range. Multilingual employees of WHS receive a pay differential. All qualified and interested individuals including BIPOC, disabled, LGBTQ+, Veterans, 50+ applicants are encouraged to apply.
PURPOSE OF THE POSITION
The Community Engagement Manager (CEM) has overall responsibility for Willamette Humane Society’s (WHS) volunteer, humane education, and outreach programs. The CEM is responsible for managing strategies for the engagement of non-staff community members in support of WHS’s mission, whether as volunteers, students, event attendees, or members of the general public, through formal and informal engagement activities.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Volunteer Program Management
Humane Education, Outreach, & Event Management
Personnel Management / Supervisory Responsibilities
CONTROLS OVER WORK
The CEM works under the direction of the DCED and is expected to pursue the established duties independently, exercising sound judgement and discretion.
CONTACTS WITH OTHERS
The CEM has regular content with WHS employees, volunteers, the general public, and community partners including sponsors and businesses. Communication with others requires tactful exchanges and a professional demeanor at all times. Contact will occasionally include disgruntled or unhappy individuals.
The CEM works with WHS employees, staff, and members of the public. Work is done in a fast-paced environment. There are often strict deadlines and the need to coordinate work on multiple complex projects at the same time. Work is performed both at the shelter and within the community. Occasionally, direct work with animals is required.
The work environment requires working with standard office equipment such as a computer, telephone, copy machine, etc, performed at a desk in an office environment. In addition, at times physical work may include lifting and carrying materials, setting up and tearing down for events, and remaining on your feet for extended periods of time. Special events set up may also require the ability to lift 40 pounds.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITY
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE
Additional requirements: Must have a demonstrated interest and enthusiasm for animal welfare and the WHS Mission and culture; be willing to work weekends and evenings as required by the job; have a valid Oregon driver’s license and insurable by WHS vendors; meet the physical requirements of the job, and pass a background investigation for working with children.
Note: Under the provisions of the Immigration and Reform Control Act of 1986, the successful candidate will be required to provide evidence of identity and eligibility. WHS is an Equal Opportunity Employer that does not discriminate on the grounds of race, religion, national origin, marital status, disability or any class protected by law.