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Director for Cumberland County Animal Control
With a commitment to high levels of adoption of sheltered animals and balancing the rights of pet owners with public and animal safety, Cumberland County, North Carolina seeks an Animal Control Director to direct the Cumberland County Animal Control Department. The next Director must both be a diplomat and ambassador for animal services, collaborating with other agencies, nonprofits, and the Public. The potential candidate must also be forward-thinking and willing to implement new programs and practices that go beyond traditional approaches to animal sheltering and enforcement.    Position description and responsibilities:  Cumberland Animal Control operates animal control services, runs a 24/7/365-day modern animal shelter and works closely with the Health Department, Environmental Services, Sheriff, local police departments and NC Wildlife to manage issues related to the well being of both animals and citizens in Cumberland County.  The department provides animal control services for all municipalities located in Cumberland County and has an intergovernmental services agreement with the Department of Defense to provide animal impoundment services for Fort Bragg. Reporting to tan Assistant County Manager, the Animal Control Director will lead a department with an approximate budget of $2,400,000, with 21 animal control employees and 25 animal shelter staff.   The Cumberland County Animal Shelter typically houses and processes approximately 11,000 animals per year with a 26% adoption rate, up 1% over the prior year.   While 97% of the animals the department works with are domesticated, there are also incidents of working with livestock and wild animals. The Director must spend time educating the public about animal services, have an expert knowledge of animal control procedures, promote a positive image of animal control and animal services and have an outstanding ability to collaborate with diverse groups and individuals who may have differing goals and beliefs about animal welfare. Qualifications:    The County seeks an animal services professional with a minimum of a Bachelor's degree with coursework in public administration, animal science, business administration, law enforcement, or related field and considerable progressively responsible animal control services experience including three to five years of supervisory experience, or equivalent combination of education and experience. Master's degree preferred. Experience as an Animal Control Director or comparable administrative position is preferred. The salary range for the Director’s position is $62,766 (min) to $105,636 (max) with base salary and compensation negotiable based on education, experience and qualifications. To apply, please go to, click on the Client Openings Link then “View Client Positions” button and then the Animal Control Director – Cumberland County link. All applications must be submitted online by March 28, 2018 and an on-site evaluation of candidates will be held April 9-10, 2018 in Cumberland County.  All inquiries should be emailed to  Cumberland County is an Equal Opportunity Employer. The recruitment and selection process is being managed by Developmental Associates, LLC.  


Feline Services Supervisor for Norfolk SPCA, VA
The Norfolk (Va.) SPCA seeks a Feline Services Supervisor responsible for overseeing and participating in feeding, enrichment, monitoring/recording of behavioral and medical conditions; reporting concerns as related to the medical status and quality of care provided; and facilitating adoptions of the Norfolk SPCA’s feline residents.  This requires compassionate care and humane handling of the feline residents.  This position also requires that the utmost care is also given to the Norfolk SPCA’s guests (potential adopters, volunteers, donors, and other guests) in addition to other members of the Norfolk SPCA’s staff. Please send resume and cover letter to

Shelter Operations Director for Norfold SPCA, VA
The Norfolk SPCA is seeking a Shelter Operations Director.  Reporting to the Executive Director, the Shelter Operations Director serves as a member of the senior leadership team and is responsible for managing Norfolk SPCA’s day-to-day operations of the shelter, as well as leading a highest-quality adoptions program. The Shelter Operations Director oversees the implementation of shelter goals that furthers the Norfolk SPCA mission.  Work involves ensuring the safety, sanitation and health of animals being cared for by the Norfolk SPCA along with providing staff oversight and training, report preparation and managing expenses.  Animal care and customer service must be of the highest and most humane standards.  The Shelter Operations Director shall continually seek to improve adoption numbers while not sacrificing the quality of adopting homes.  All of this activity is to be undertaken without much need for oversight from the Executive Director and through harmonious relationships with other staff.  Please send resume, cover letter and any inquiries to

Animal Care Technician for Iredell County

Animal Services - Animal Care Technician Location: Animal Services & Control | Statesville, NC | Animal Services Work Schedule: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM Days Worked: Sun., Mon., Thu., Fri., Sat., Open Until: March 8, 2018 at 05:00 PM EST Job Status: Full-Time Rate of Pay: $28,306.45 - $43,903.48 See Full Description and Apply here:


Volunteer & Public Outreach Coordinator for Iredell County

Performs administrative work in managing and coordinating the volunteer program, community outreach programs offered through the Animal Services Division as well as marketing / advertising and soliciting donations for the division. Duties involve developing marketing and public relations information items involving as social media, division website, newspaper and digital media advertisement; recruiting, training, scheduling, supervising, coordinating and managing volunteers; developing, implementing, organizing, and managing outreach activities and special events. More information and Apply


Animal Shelter Director for Rockingham County

Performs complex administrative work supervising the daily operations of the Animal Shelter, preparing reports, and related work as apparent or assigned. Work involves setting policies and goals under the direction of the Director of Engineering and Public Utilities. Departmental supervision is exercised over all personnel within the department. For the complete job posting and how to apply, please see attachment.


Animal Control Supervisor for Lincoln County

The person in this position is responsible for implementing a progressive and proactive program of Animal Control, as Lincoln County works to become a No Kill Animal Services Organization. Requires directly supervising the Animal Control Officers, and managing the Lincoln County Animal Control daily and program operations. Plans and supervises the activities of Animal Control Officers who are engaged in the enforcement of state and local animal control laws and ordinances. Develops policies and procedures for the progressive and proactive operation of the Animal Control Program in Lincoln County. Implements and interprets current Animal Control Ordinance, and assists with Ordinance updates and revisions. Participates in the development and implementation of progressive goals, objectives, policies and priorities for the Animal Control Unit, and identifies resource needs. Attends and participates in professional group meetings, remains abreast of new trends and innovations in the field of animal control; works with other county and state animal control agencies. Reviews records and reports to ensure accuracy and proper filing; and prepares a variety of reports, including accident reports, complaints, bite reports, monthly statistics, rabies reports etc. Works as a partner and counterpart to the Animal Shelter Supervisor, and under the Director of Animal Services, to achieve Lincoln County’s goal of becoming a No Kill Organization. Provides after hours supervision and assistance to on call Animal Control Officers as needed. Implements and participates in proactive community education program on Animal Control topics and issues, provides educations, prevention and consultation for Animal Control to schools and organizations within the community. Requires knowledge of the signs and symptoms of animal diseases. Knowledge of supervisory and employee management principles. Requires skill in the handling of domestic and wild animals, and rabies vectors. Skill in assigning, prioritizing, monitoring, and reviewing work assignments. Requires good computer skills and skill in oral and written communication.


Shelter Manager for Outer Banks

The Outer Banks SPCA is seeking a positive, experienced, and motivated individual to fill the role of our Shelter Manager. To find more information on applying and to read the full job description please visit the job opportunities section of our website.


Animal Control Dispatcher for Guilford County

​To apply, submit an online application at, including a cover letter, resume with current salary, and work-related references. EOE.