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Placement Director (Volunteer/Unpaid)

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Minnesota Boxer Rescue


The Placement Director’s position consists of but is not limited to the following:
* Member of Minnesota Boxer Rescue (MNBR) Board of Directors
* Oversees the Placement Team, which includes: Intake, Transport, Foster, and Adoption
Coordinators along with Application Processors.
* Has a handle on the workings of the Placement Team and ensures all processes and
procedures are being handled properly and in a timely manner
* Ensures dog adoption Meet & Greets are scheduled and Placement Team members are
* Assigns MNBR ID numbers to incoming dogs or ensures these are assigned
* Maintains one master spreadsheet of dogs consisting of: ID number, fees,
adoptions, adoption contact info and make available for other board members and committee members
* Updates website database for incoming, foster, and adopted dogs, to track through the cycle of
intake to foster to adoption or assigns this task
* Sends out denial letters for applicants who do not meet the requirements of adoption, or if
home visit or reference checks were denied
* Ensures supplies are medications for foster dogs are available/ordered
* Maintains relationships with partner veterinarians
* Schedules and approves veterinarian visits and bills for foster dogs or assigns task
o Ensures costs and visits are reasonable, accurate, and appropriate
* Assigns adoption fees to all dogs based on Rescue protocol
* Problem solves and resolve issues associated with rescue dogs or issues related to Placement
* Actively participate in annual WiggleFest event (to include assisting WF committee
as needed) and Give to the Max Day
* Represent/attend rescue events and Adoption Meet and Greets
* Follows up on spay/neuter contracts and obedience contracts if requested by Contracts Coordinator
* Attend Board meetings - in person, online, or via phone
* Represents MNBR as a leader and mentor within the community
* All other duties as assigned or assumes duties of any missing member of Placement Team

* Prior rescue experience and knowledge applicable to Placement Team
* Possess strong leadership, communication, conflict management, and problem-solving and
critical thinking skills
* Ability to address issues in a timely and professional manner
* Strong organizational and conflict management skills
* Detail-Orientated
* Comfortable with computers, email, website, and technology
* Ability to access email and internet on phone and computer
* Familiar with web-based applications and Microsoft Office
* Supervision skills or have worked with committees previously
Time Involved: Approximately 20+ hours per week

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About Minnesota Boxer Rescue


PO BOX 25773, Woodbury, MN 55125, US

Mission Statement

The main goal of our organization is an all volunteer effort to rescue, rehabilitate, and re-home unwanted and abandoned Boxer dogs.


When Boxers are in need, Minnesota Boxer Rescue dedicated volunteers respond. Our mission includes hands-on rescue, as well as education. See our Video for more information.

Many of our beautiful Boxers have had a very "ruff" start, for various reasons, please be assured that we have dedicated ourselves to helping as many of these dogs as we possibly can.

When a dog comes into our rescue program they are examined by our vet, brought up to date on vaccines, heart worm tested, (placed on heart worm preventive medication) and fecal tested. All dogs are spayed/neutered prior to adoption. We evaluate each Boxer's personality and temperament, so he/she can be placed in the best home suited for that dog.



We'll work with your schedule.


This is a Virtual Opportunity, with no fixed address.


  • Veterinary
  • Office Management
  • Animal Care / Handling
  • Group Facilitation
  • Professional Development
  • Resource Development / Management


  • People 55+


  • Background Check
  • Must be at least 18
  • Time Involved: Approximately 20+ hours per week
  • While much of the admin work is done virtually, applicants must be located within Minnesota or Wisconsin, and have the ability to attend some local rescue events, handle business matters in the Twin Cities.

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