Animal Shelter Jobs in Virginia
City of Newport News, VA Newport, VA, 24128
Performs routine animal care and related duties, such as feeding, cleaning, and monitoring the behavior and health of animals housed at the Peninsula Regional Animal Shelter. This position also exercises the animals, maintains animal care reports and documentation, and assists shelter patrons. Requires a high school diploma and 3-4 years of professional animal care or animal control experience, o...
Chesterfield County, VA Chesterfield, VA, 23838
Minimum Qualifications Benefits Supplemental Questions High school diploma or GED including coursework in Biology or Animal Husbandry or one year of work experience involving work with animals; or an equivalent combination of training and experience. Good oral and written communication, interpersonal and public relations skills required. Some knowledge of different breeds of animals and proper ...
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