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Foster Coordinator

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Safe Place for Pets

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Position Summary : The Feline Coordinator abides by and actively supports the vision, mission and values of Safe Place. The Feline Coordinator acts in the best interests of the felines in the program, and those that may come into the program. The Feline Coordinator is a liaison between the surrenderer of a pet, the Safe Place Program, and any/all potential adopters for our pets. They will be supervised by the Placement Coordinator.

The Feline Coordinator acts on potential intake information provided by the Intake Coordinator. The Feline Coordinator explains to the potential surrenderer how our program works, to set the process in motion for a successful conclusion. The Feline Coordinator works with the foster volunteers to create a scenario where both pet and foster are a good fit. The Feline Coordinator stays in contact with the foster volunteers to be aware of potential problems/struggles, health concerns, financial issues, and/or updates on a pet and foster. The Feline Coordinator acts on potential adopter information provided by the Intake Coordinator.


Tasks Include:


  • Responding to potential surrender and adoption leads from the Initial Contact Coordinator
  • Coordinating intake of pet (including pictures), if human and pet meet the Safe Place mission
  • Providing a synopsis of pet from conversations and intake including pictures to Website Coordinator, Intake Coordinator, Foster Coordinator, and Safe Place board within 24 hours of intake
  • Confirming and updating the Pet Bio based on information from foster
  • Attending Placement Committee meetings and training sessions as scheduled
  • Contacting Foster Coordinator with any new foster parent potentials
  • Ensuring a completed pet packet is submitted to the Placement Coordinator
  • Contacting Placement Coordinator with pet updates/questions
  • Submitting pet adoption donations to Treasurer within 1 week of receiving them
  • Approving pet expenditures per pet up to $500 (over that must go to the Board) and recommending vet visits, when necessary, for our in-program pets.
  • Staying in contact with our current fosters (checking in, confirming pet well being, obtaining new updates and pictures of pets, preventing foster burn-out, being aware of vacations and foster coverage needed)
  • Reporting volunteer hours every month
  • Using donated supplies, when possible, rather than purchasing new

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About Safe Place for Pets

Location:

1520 N Hancock Ave, Colorado Springs, CO 80903, US

Mission Statement

Serving Terminally Ill People by Finding Forever Homes for Their Beloved Pets.

Description

Safe Place is an organization located in Colorado Springs, CO that cares for pets when a terminally ill owner no longer can. Safe Place was incorporated in 1996 and serves people and the pets in El Paso and Teller counties. We strive to provide comfort to families. Our unique expertise is a vital tool in assuring that a beloved pet will continue to be safe and loved, even beyond the owner's life. To some it is what matters most.

Animals

WHEN

We'll work with your schedule.

WHERE

El Paso & Teller CountiesColorado Springs, CO 80903

(38.84134,-104.81628)
 

SKILLS

  • Administrative Support
  • Data Entry
  • Animal Care / Handling

GOOD FOR

  • People 55+

REQUIREMENTS

  • Driver's License Needed
  • Must be at least 18
  • 1-5 hrs per week

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