Working at Longmont Humane Society is an amazing opportunity to capture the essential elements of living a compassionate and loving work life while sharing in the process of adding to the well-being of our furry friends. Belonging to this diverse and encouraging environment will allow you to become immersed in a community that has an impact on the process of bridging the lives of humans and animals into compassionate companionship.
Here are some recent survey responses from our clients about our organization:
"Every person we've interacted with at LHS has been fantastic, I recommend LHS to every friend and colleague I know who is looking to adopt a pet."
"A really superb organization. Every interaction we've had has been fantastic, and we LOVE OUR NEW DOG!"
LHS provides a variety of benefits to all employees, including discounted veterinary care, pet supplies, and thrift store items, plus waived adoption and and dog training class fees. Employees working 30+ hours per week may be eligible for health, dental, and life insurance; LHS subsidizes over 75% the employee's cost of our health plan to keep it as affordable as possible.
If you are passionate about caring, serving, and educating to improve the lives of companion animals, consider applying today!
Animal Welfare Team Member - Part Time
LHS is looking for hardworking and reliable Animal Welfare Team Members who will demonstrate high quality customer service while interacting with clients, actively promoting adoptions and facilitating animal intakes, daily shelter cleaning and providing hands-on care for all shelter animals. Start date for this position will March 27th, you will be required to attend a training March 27th, 28th, 29th, 30th and April 2nd & 3rd. These are 8 - 10 hour shifts. Once the training is complete, you will go on your normal work schedule. For the full job description click here.
Training Specialist - Part Time
The Training Specialist works directly with Training & Behavior Supervisor to support and assist with training & behavior modification programs, including training sessions as well as general physical exercise and mental stimulation. If you like working with dogs then this is the job for you! We are looking for someone who is reliable, timely and is open to different forms of training techniques. This job requires you to work Fridays and Saturdays, the rest of the shifts can be flexible. For the full job description click here.
To apply for any of our open positions, please email your cover letter, salary requirements, and resume to Tracy Warden, Director of Human Resources, at Tracy@longmonthumane.org.
Thank you for your interest!