Through progressive leadership and a client focused approach, the Admissions Manager sets the tone for Admissions staff providing services to our clients who are often experiencing pet care crises and need a safe space and sympathetic ear with whom they can explore their options. The Admissions Manager supports the Admissions team by providing day to day leadership, as well as grant management and statistical analysis to inform program growth and direction. The Admissions Manager must be equal parts multi-tasking and time management pro, mediator, researcher, and negotiator while always working to achieve strategic goals as outlined by the organization. For animals entering ARL, the Admissions Manager helps determine placement pathways by documenting key information about the animal’s history, known behavior, and habits and communicates with a variety of departments to ensure everyone has what they need to help our animals succeed.
Working Cat/TNR Program Coordinator
The Working Cat/TNR Program Coordinator is a mid-level, hands-on position responsible for the oversight of the animals, staff and/or volunteers, and creates and maintains a positive and supportive environment for the public and staff/volunteers in a way that reflects the values and mission of Animal Rescue League (ARL) and the Working Cat/TNR Program for less-socialized cats that come into the shelter. The Working Cat/TNR Program Supervisor includes physical labor, administrative, supervisory and personnel-related duties.
Part-Time Medical Technician
Under the direction of the Deputy Director, assists in the provision of medical care of animals in the shelter and foster. Administers medications, triage incoming animals, performs basic laboratory tests, and performs euthanasia. Works well independently and under pressure but as part of a team to ensure timely, quality medical care for all animals in the shelter.
Client Care Specialist
The Client Care Specialist is the face of Animal Rescue League of Berks County (ARL) and is responsible for providing professional, world-class service to all internal and external clients in a way that reflects the values and mission of ARL. S/he will be responsible for greeting clients, directing clients to other departments when necessary, and providing information about all of our services including animal admission, adoption, health and behavior. S/he will also be expected to answer questions about fees, legal requirements, TNR, community cats, external resources, and other topics. The Client Care Specialist is required to treat all clients with respect and compassion.
Minimum Weekly Hours Expected: 20
Supervisor: Director of Marketing
The marketing intern will work largely with the Director of Marketing to assist with marketing and fundraising initiatives. This internship will give you experience in a variety of areas and will require a great deal of responsibility to complete tasks independently. The intern will be responsible for creating flyers, assisting with promotions and assisting with events.
The intern will also assist with managing social media pages such as Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn and updating parts of the ARL’s official website using WordPress software. Interns are also responsible for updating the adoptable animal pages on sites such as Adopt-A-Pet and Petfinder. Occasionally they will appear on radio show and at other events and promotions.
Interns should be flexible, independent, reliable, and have a solid understanding of Microsoft Office. Any skills in graphic design or grant writing are preferred, but not necessary. Please note, you will be working closely with animals and any intern with allergies should take that into consideration.
This is an unpaid internship. If interested please submit your cover letter and resume complete with references to Jen Breton: firstname.lastname@example.org. If possible, please also submit some writing samples. A valid driver’s license is required.