Employment

Director of Development & Communications

You are talented and your skills are highly desirable. You can do anything and work anywhere, so why not invest your efforts where you can save the lives of dogs and cats? Berkeley Humane is a dynamic non-profit organization that has been doing impactful work in the Bay Area and

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Accounting Coordinator

Under the direction of the Director of Finance & HR, the Accounting Coordinator manages the accounting needs of Berkeley Humane, including payables, receivables, journal entries, reconciliations, reporting, inventory, payroll and benefits. It’s a hands-on position providing the highest level of service and accuracy to our employees, volunteers and vendors. Full

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Thrift Shop

Assistant Thrift Shop Manager, Part Time

Is it possible to help animals and the environment at the same time while getting paid as well? You better believe it! Berkeley Humane’s Thrift Shop is seeking a thoughtful, caring, loving individual who loves fashion, pets and people. We are hiring a Part-Time Assistant Manager to have a big impact

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Adoption Animal Care Specialist

SUMMARY: For the LOVE of animals! Here is an opportunity to do something really important with your time and talent. Berkeley Humane’s animal care team play a hands-on role to ensure every dog, puppy, cat, and kitten in our shelter receive the best possible care, butt rubs, ear scratches and

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Relief Registered Veterinary Technician

SUMMARY The Relief Registered Veterinary Technician (RVT) supports the provision of medical care to animals treated at Berkeley Humane’s Hospital. This position provides nursing care and assists in medical treatments, handling, and procedures as directed by the Shelter Veterinarian. Click here for the full job description. TO APPLY Please submit your

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Relief Veterinary Hospital Assistant

Summary The Veterinary Hospital Assistant works closely with the Veterinarian and is responsible for aiding the veterinary team in accordance with standard and acceptable veterinary practices, particularly in a shelter medicine environment. In addition, the Veterinary Hospital Assistant will perform certain duties of a non-medical nature that will facilitate Hospital

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