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Where to Find Us:

100 Croy Creek Road
PO Box 1496
Hailey, ID 83333
208-788-4351

EIN: 82-0351171

Hours:

Monday-Friday: 10am - 6pm
Saturday-Sunday: 10am - 4pm
Dog Walking Hours: 10am - 12pm and 2pm - 4pm Daily

 

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Thank you for your interest in working with the Animal Shelter of the Wood River Valley!

*When applying, please mention the position you are applying for in the subject of your e-mail*

 

Adoption Counselor

The Adoption Counselor position is to greet and assist shelter visitors, volunteers and potential adopters in addition to helping with office duties including the answering of phones. Adoption counselors work directly with the public and help interested individuals through the application, screening, and adoption process. The ideal candidate will be outgoing and have the ability to provide a positive experience for all Shelter visitors. Click here to see the full job description and to apply. No calls please.

 

Humane Education Coordinator

Join the Animal Shelter team as the Humane Education Coordinator to lead and conduct the programs to promote responsible pet ownership and motivate humane behavior in children and adults. This includes organizing and leading school and other group field trips and volunteer projects, working directly with teachers, parents, and children to help teach valuable lessons in empathy and compassion through interactions with animals. Teaching certification and bi-lingual (Spanish/English) required. Click here to see the full job description and to apply. No calls please.

 

Behavior and Training Assistant

The Behavior and Training Coordinator, in conjunction with the Behavior and Training Manager is responsible for the welfare of all animals within the care of the shelter. Primary areas of responsibility include behavior assessments for incoming shelter dogs, providing and ensuring that enrichment is given to all shelter animals. They are responsible for helping assist the implementation and monitoring all programs intended to identify, correct and prevent problem behavior in cats and dogs as needed to increase adoptability. This includes overseeing shelter behavior enrichment programs including playgroups, subsequent evaluations for longer-stay animals, pre-adoption counseling and follow up using positive reinforcement techniques.

Click here to see the full job description and to apply. No calls please.

We're always looking for talented individuals!

If you're interested in joining the Animal Shelter team, please send your resume to hiring@animalshelterwrv.org