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Canine Humane Network

Transport Coordinator (Volunteer)

This individual will manage the rescue transport of endangered dogs from high kill shelters to the safety of our canine rescue for eventual adoption. You may be working solo or you may have a companion Transport Coordinator working with you. This position requires someone with excellent organization and communication skills to oversee a transport operation from beginning to end. The candidate will be expected to commit to this position for a significant time frame rather than doing it once or twice; we’re looking for a long-term CHN team member. We need Transport Coordinators who are willing and able to put in the time to do the job well. You will be coordinating with Provider Shelters, drivers, our own team of Transport Assistants, our Foster Coordinator, and others to coordinate and synchronize the transport operations. This position requires that the candidate organize and oversee the transport function from its very start to a successful conclusion. This is an exciting part of animal rescue and is very rewarding. We have a transport process description that will give you a good idea of what it’s all about. If you’re interested please call Robert at Canine Humane Network in Highland, MD at 301-775-7660.

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About Canine Humane Network


13454 Clarksville Pike, Highland, MD 20777, US

Mission Statement

The Canine Humane Network forms relationships with many other organizations to rescue dogs in need, provide training tools and assistance, and promote humane education to pet owners and the general public.


The Canine Humane Network is a unique organization that has three major components: 1) identifying dogs in dire need, getting them to safety and finding them rescue that results in placement in a permanent home; 2) providing humane education to children and adults to increase awareness and understanding of how pets fit into our lives and society and 3) providing training services to adopters and others to solidify the human/animal bond and help pets become happy members of families and the community.



Sun Mar 28, 2021 - Tue Jun 01, 2021


13454 Clarksville PikeHighland, MD 20777



  • Animal Care / Handling
  • Group Facilitation
  • Management
  • Basic Computer Skills




  • Driver's License Needed
  • Background Check
  • Must be at least 18
  • Orientation or Training
  • 2 to 3 transports per month, about 6 hours per transport, mostly on weekends
  • Happy team player, no drama

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