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Those who share our passion for helping animals in need will find employment at St. Hubert's meaningful and rewarding. Whether providing direct animal care in our shelters or engaged in the various supportive positions, every team member contributes significantly to the furtherance of St. Hubert's mission. St. Hubert's offers a comprehensive benefits package for full-time staff members, including health and dental coverage, life insurance and PTO. Our benefits are designed to help our staff lead healthy, productive and rewarding lifestyles. All staff are afforded continuous professional education and training opportunities to increase their skills and knowledge, enhancing their development and advancement in animal welfare. St. Hubert's is an equal opportunity employer.

Chief Operating Officer

The Humane Rescue Alliance (HRA) seeks a dynamic and strategic COO for St. Hubert’s Animal Welfare Center (St. Hubert’s) who wants to be part of an entrepreneurial organization committed to changing the landscape of animal welfare. Through their recent merger, HRA and St. Hubert’s have become the first regional, multi-state animal care, adoption, field services, and community support organization in the nation. This position, based in NJ, is a unique opportunity to have a leadership role in an innovative organization leading the way in consolidating resources, building capacity, and developing programs that save more animals’ lives and improve service to the communities we serve. St. Hubert’s WayStation program has emerged as the best-in-class animal transport program in the nation that is building unprecedented collaboration among sheltering organizations to address population disparity and root challenges in communities.

Job Summary:  

The COO is responsible for leadership, oversight and effective management of all areas of St. Hubert’s, as a part of HRA, and New Jersey-based work. The COO creates a positive and productive environment that supports collaborative relationships between departments and locations, with a focused approached to ensuring a culture of collaboration, teamwork and always erring toward life-saving. The COO acts as the primary executive for St. Hubert’s, leading the daily operation and collaborating with other members of the HRA Leadership team to ensure best possible outcomes and growth for the organization. Provide leadership and management for all operations at St. Hubert’s including staff functions and organizational programs, ensuring the organization maintains its role as an industry leader and lead organization in New Jersey.

The successful COO candidate should have a demonstrated and thorough knowledge of proven best practices in animal shelter management and operations; experience with strategic development and planning, finance, human resources, and communications; and the ability to think strategically, anticipate future trends and consequences, and integrate them into strategic and organizational plan.

For the full job description and to apply on-line, please click here.

Director of Communications

Through their recent merger, Humane Rescue Alliance (HRA) and St. Hubert’s Animal Welfare Center (St. Hubert’s) have become the first regional, multi-state animal care, adoption, field services, and community support organization in the nation. This position, located in New Jersey, is responsible for positively positioning St. Hubert’s, as part of HRA, in print, broadcast, and digital media. The Director of Communications will work with the External Affairs team and other departments across St. Hubert’s and HRA to develop and drive a communications and media placement strategy that is integrated with organization wide goals.

For the full job description and to apply on-line, please click here.

Director of Community Programs

The Humane Rescue Alliance (HRA) is looking for a new Director of Community Programs for St. Hubert’s Animal Welfare Center (St. Hubert’s). This new director will lead a dynamic team within the recently merged HRA and St. Hubert’s, the first regional, multi-state animal care, adoptions, field services, and community support organization in the nation. The director will be responsible for program development, implementation, measurement and success in achieving deep mission impact locally and regionally related to community engagement; lead and steward all outward programs to support pet guardians and pet retention initiatives, including targeted community programs, the pet food pantry, pet retention support and other programs; and daily operations and success of the humane education, professional education, foster program and volunteer office.

For the full job description and to apply on-line, please click: here.

Medical Technician – Spay/Neuter Clinic

Under the direction of the Medical Care Supervisor, assist in the provision of medical and surgical care of animals in the shelter. Administers medications, assists with surgery, performs basic laboratory tests, and performs euthanasia. Works well independently but as part of a team to ensure timely, quality medical care for all animals in the shelter. This position is based within the medical department at St. Hubert’s Madison location but flexibility to work at other locations may occasionally be required.

Full job description can be found here.

Please send resume and cover letter to:
Kaylee Simpson
Ksimpson@sthuberts.org or call the shelter at 973-377-2295

Kennel Attendant - Madison, North Branch & Ledgewood

St. Hubert’s Animal Welfare Center is looking to fill kennel attendant positions at our Madison, North Branch and Ledgewood (Noah’s Ark) locations.  The ideal candidate is one who treats all animals humanely with compassion, patience and concern both on and off the job.  Kennel Attendants provide a high standard of animal care to ensure the welfare of animals at St. Hubert’s. They create a healthy environment for all animals by monitoring their behavior, maintaining the cleanliness of kennels and surrounding areas, and providing exercise and socialization. 

Full job description can be found here.

To apply at Madison:                                                                                               
Tom Burke, Madison Assistant Shelter Manager
TBurke@sthuberts.org or call the shelter at 973-377-2295

To apply at North Branch:
Pam Fyfe, North Branch Shelter Manager
PFyfe@sthuberts.org or call the shelter at 908-526-3330.

To apply at Noah’s Ark (Ledgewood):
Alison Grolemund, Noah’s Ark Shelter Manager
AGrolemund@sthuberts.org or call the shelter at 973-347-5469

Animal Control Officer - North Branch

St. Hubert’s Animal Welfare Center is seeking to hire an Animal Control Officer to work at our North Branch location.  The ideal candidate works to ensure a safe and harmonious environment for both human and animal residents of the community.  Responds to dispatches to provide animal rescue, municipal and public assistance with animal-related situations and enforcement of state and local statutes as outlined in St. Hubert’s contracts with a number of New Jersey municipalities. Some experience and a valid New Jersey Driver’s License in good standing required.

Please send resume and cover letter to:
Pam Fyfe, Shelter Manager North Branch Campus
PFyfe@sthuberts.org

Doggy Day Camp Attendant—Part-time

St. Hubert’s Animal Welfare Center in Madison, N.J. is looking for part-time Doggy Day Camp Attendants. Applicants must be mature and dependable, with reliable transportation year-round. This is a physically demanding position for an energetic individual who is enthusiastic about observing dogs as they exercise and play. If you are fascinated by canine body language and behavior, and playing outside in all weather, this job may be for you. An ideal candidate will be able to handle an active and noisy environment, surrounded by fast running dogs and must be capable of handling large, exuberant dogs on leash when checking them in and out of camp. Other responsibilities include keeping the yard and rest areas clean and free of dog waste.

Full job description can be found here

Please send cover letter and resume to:

Lucia Baccarro, Doggy Day Camp Manager
LBaccaro@sthuberts.org

Per Diem Dog Trainer

St. Hubert’s Animal Welfare Center is seeking an experienced, knowledgeable and dedicated individual to join our team as a Per Diem Dog Trainer in Ledgewood, NJ. The ideal candidate will be available at least one weekend day on a weekly basis. This position is responsible for teaching St. Hubert’s pet training classes for dogs and their guardians at regularly scheduled times and in accordance with the existing lesson plans. The position is also responsible for providing individual training and behavior counseling sessions to address specific behavior issues to clients seeking assistance with same. The ideal candidate should possess a CPDT-KA Certification* and must have experience teaching group training classes. Additional requirements include a strong work ethic, excellent communication skills, the ability to multi-task, good animal handling skills and a dedication to St. Hubert's mission.

*CPDT-KA certification is preferred, but a comparable certification may be accepted at the discretion of the Director

Full job description can be found here.

Please send resume and cover letter to:
Adrienne Carson, CPDT-KA, CDBC Director of Training and Behavior
By email:  acarson@sthuberts.org

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