Proud recipient of Hawaii Business Magazine’s “Hawaii’s Best Places to Work,” the nonprofit Hawaiian Humane Society has these positions available. The organization has a staff of 75 professionals and experts in their field and more than 400 regular volunteers. All positions require a passion for animals and people, compassionate public service, excellent communications and computer skills, high-performance efficiency, a clean driving record and no limitations in working with animals. No phone calls and must be available for in-person interview.
Development Coordinator – Full Time
Coordinates essential functions of the development department including providing high level of customer service to current and potential donors, supervising volunteers and making presentations. Responsible for managing the department’s incoming phone calls, timely processing of donations and gift acknowledgements, maintaining files and miscellaneous service responses and providing clerical support to Director of Development.
Must be highly organized with excellent written and verbal communication skills, self-motivated and accustomed to working independently and multi-tasking. Previous development and/or Raiser’s Edge experience preferred. Email your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Animal Caregiver – Part Time & Full Time
An energetic individual needed for physically rigorous work caring, cleaning and feeding all types of animals. Must be able to work outdoors and lift and carry 50 pounds. Must have no limitations in handling or working with all animals. Requires flexible schedule including weekends and holidays. Email your resume to email@example.com.
Veterinary Technician – Full time
Performs assessments, selection, and healthcare of all animals and provides technical support for veterinary services including sterilization surgeries and medical treatment. General handling and knowledge of variety of animal species, behaviors, general physical needs, common diseases, and medical conditions. General knowledge of routine veterinary needs of variety of animal species and ability to perform routine and emergency treatment. General knowledge of veterinary surgical operations, monitoring, preparation, and equipment including drugs and instruments. Customer service skills including telephone operation and etiquette. Clear and legible writing skills. Ability to work under pressure and without direct supervision. Knowledge of computer input skills. Weekends, evenings and holidays included. Must have experience as a veterinary technician. Must agree with and be committed to Society goals, objectives, and programs. Email your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Community Relations Internship
Gain valuable field experience in a variety of Community Relations departments, including Education, Public Relations, Advocacy, Journalism, Event Planning and Administration. Interns can learn and grow in an exciting environment while also reaching out into the community where they can learn from firsthand experience. Must love people as much as animals and be comfortable with computer and phone work. Email resume to email@example.com. Must be available for an in-person interview. This is an unpaid internship. Check out our blog published by our interns.