The SPCA of Brevard Adoption Center in Titusville is looking for volunteers! If you are an animal lover looking to make a difference, this the opportunity for you. As a volunteer, you'll help keep the animals healthy and happy by helping with daily chores like laundry, dishes, and cleaning. After doing 10 hours of service, you can take an additional training to work directly with our adoptable dogs and/or cats.
must be 16 or older
must possess essential capabilities
must be able to commit to 2 hours per month for 6 consecutive months
Walk/stand for extended periods of time
Walk unaided on various surfaces
Lift 20 pounds
Use both hands simultaneously
React quickly using reflexes
Hear verbal instructions and animal sounds
See clearly in order to maneuver safely and read signs
Work in an environment with strong odors
Work in an environment with loud noises
Communicate effectively in the English language
Read and understand written instructions
Understand, remember and follow directions
Work independently with minimal supervision
Recognize limitations and ask for help when needed
Receive and incorporate feedback
Work with others while behaving in a polite and professional manner
Work in an emotionally charged environment
Remain calm when dealing with upset animals or unexpected behavior
Treat animals compassionately
Understand and respect the boundaries of the volunteer role
Understand the policies and positions of the SPCA of Brevard and possess the ability to appropriately and accurately represent those when interacting with the public
If you are interested in this opportunity, please fill out a volunteer application at this link: https://www.volgistics.com/ex/portal.dll/ap?AP=2110249047 (copy and paste the address). Do not respond to this listing.
For questions/more information contact the Volunteer Coordinator at 321-567-3615 ext 247 or email@example.com. You can also visit our website: www.spcabrevard.com.
Protecting and providing a voice to homeless animals.
The SPCA of Brevard is the largest private no-kill animal rescue group in Brevard county. We opened our doors to animals looking for homes over 40 years ago. We are proud to be a "Loving, Caring, Protecting", No-Kill shelter, which means that animals stay with us until they find their forever home.
We operate an adoption center, a low-cost clinic, and two thrift stores.