This shift is for people who love to count, organize, and who want to really make a huge impact in keeping our clinic functioning at full capacity! By using your organizational skills and obsession with HGTV, you can help our staff to keep their focus on the animals and save more lives. This position reports to the Clinic Supervisor or Clinic Manager on duty.
Duties and Essential Functions
- Unpack and stock supply deliveries using our specialized inventory system
- Break down and recycle packaging
- Conduct on-site inventory counts with provided worksheets
- Alert key staff of supplies to be ordered
- Keep inventory of on-site marketing collateral
- Help keep supply areas well organized and labeled
- Assemble carriers
Volunteers should be able to stand for long periods of time. This shift does involve bending, stooping, and occasionally lifting and carrying up to 30 lbs. Volunteers must have good attention to detail and must be comfortable with bodily fluids, animal smells, etc.
Accepting New Volunteers
This position is continuously accepting new volunteers.
Saturdays, 1:00-3:00 pm excluding the first Saturday of each month (for the first couple months, then we can add more days once people are trained)
Minimum age requirement
Volunteers must be 18 years of age or older.
Training and Orientation
Volunteers must interview with our Clinic Manager, Tiffany, for this position. Interviews are available Tuesdays and Saturdays from 4-4:45 (except first Tues & Sat of month), on-site in our Orem clinic. Sign up for an interview on the Training & Orientation calendar. The volunteer’s first shift will be a shadow shift, working directly with with Tiffany or Aisha.
Long pants or scrubs are required, as are closed-toed, non-slip shoes. Short or long sleeves are acceptable, please no tank tops. We recommend bringing a light jacket; the temperature in the clinic can fluctuate rapidly. The clinic is fairly small; you’ll be working in a compact space with lots of staff, and hustle and bustle, and activity. It’s a lot of fun!