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Texas foster coordinator positions for growing dog rescue

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GREAT PYRS & PAWS RESCUE

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Two Texas positions open for foster coordinators one for Houston and one for Austin. Position role includes but is not limited to the following:

  • Recruit, review foster applications, and interview/screen potential new fosters. Provide necessary training and support for the fosters so that they can perform their foster duties to the best of their abilities. Develop and maintain a relationship with fosters. Be main contact for fosters.

  • Manage placement for dogs. Coordinate transportation from shelters to foster homes and help transport dogs to fosters as needed. Support fosters with the adoption process of foster dogs including updating bios and pictures if dogs go longer than two weeks without applications. Support fosters in preparing dogs for transport to the PNW as needed.

  • Maintain the foster spreadsheet with all foster information and their foster dogs. Keep all proper paperwork for foster dogs and ensure it is scanned for RG before the dog leaves Texas or at time of adoption.

  • Track monthly medical needs including heart worm preventative & flea and tick treatment keeping dogs up to date. Schedule vet appointments for fosters for vaccinations/health certificates as needed. Address medical issues with the medical director in a timely manner. Keep necessary supplies needed for fosters and their dogs.

  • Assist and encourage TX fosters to connect and communicate with PNW fosters to provide continuity of care when dogs are transported from TX to the PNW.

  • Be a model for all volunteers by agreeing to uphold the rescue’s mission, vision, and values. Encourage others to maintain a working environment of collaboration, positivity, and kindness. Practice regular self-care.
Time investment per week will vary with busier weeks during peak times (transport, intake, etc.)

Please fill out a volunteer application here:

https://greatpyrsandpaws.rescuegroups.org/forms/form?formid=5961

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About GREAT PYRS & PAWS RESCUE

Location:

PO Box 142, Cedar Park, TX 78630, US

Mission Statement

Great Pyrs & Paws Rescue is a 501c3 organization that was formed to rescue and rehabilitate the many Great Pyrenees in need of loving homes both in Texas and in the Pacific Northwestern states. Our mission is to promote compassion and kindness for this incredible breed, while ensuring that the Pyrs that we have committed to care for are given the the best chance for a new start with loving families.

Description

Formed in April 2020 with support from National Great Pyrenees Rescue we received our 501c3 May 2020. With a start up volunteer base of approximately 70 individuals across the United States we've successfully adopted 100 Great Pyrenees and Pyr mixes to adopters across multiple states...and we've just got started! Our rescue focuses on finding forever homes for the Pyrs in Texas and in the Pacific Northwestern states, by placing them with fosters and adopters in Oregon, Washington, Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, New Mexico and California. The Great Pyrenees is one of the oldest livestock guardian dog breeds, and for hundreds of years they have been bred to think independently. True gentle giants Great Pyrenees are intuitive, independent thinkers and formidable protectors and companions who may seem almost human at times!

Animals

WHEN

We'll work with your schedule.

WHERE

PO Box 142Cedar ParkCedar Park, TX 78630

SKILLS

  • Animal Care / Handling
  • Mentoring
  • Group Facilitation
  • Management
  • Recruiting
  • CSR / Volunteer Coordination

GOOD FOR

N/A

REQUIREMENTS

  • Driver's License Needed
  • Must be at least 21
  • Orientation or Training
  • We ask for 6 month commitment volunteering
  • Experienced with dogs, willing to travel to pick up foster dog at transport locations, some basic training experience including house training and crate training. Visible fencing and vet reference. Experience recommended but not required.

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