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Microchip Clinic Event Lead

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Pflugerville Pets Alive

Pflugerville Pets Alive! (PPA) is a volunteer run foster based animal welfare private non-profit organization. PPA currently takes in around 200 pets each year and provides a full range of animal services for the community (spay and neuter certificates, pet supplies, microchip clinics, food pantry, etc) in Central Texas. PPA does an annual microchip clinic before the 4th of July in Pflugerville or the Pflugerville area. The Microchip Clinic Lead will oversee the recruitment and retention of volunteers to meet the needs of various needs of a microchip clinic (ie, traffic control, marketing, data entry, microchippers, tag engravers, etc).

We are searching for an enthusiastic Event Lead with a "can-do" attitude to assist our organization in hosting a free contactless Microchip event that promotes PPA community resource image and enhances our brand-to-client experience. The Event Lead will be tasked with researching and securing venues, planning and managing our events' calendar, negotiating quotes and agreements with vendors, assisting with event marketing, monitoring timeframes and budgets, networking, and delivering on event brief objectives. Your creativity, organizational skills, and vision will assist our organization in amplifying brand visibility, enhancing client and employee relations, and improve our organization's growth through events that effectively communicate business strategy and brand personality.

The ideal candidate for this role should demonstrate exceptional organizational abilities, superb interpersonal skills, multi-tasking skills, and excellent time-management. The noteworthy Event Lead should reinforce client-to-business relations, improve the organization's image, and effectively deliver on event objectives.

We do annual microchip clinics the Saturday before the 4th of July and need someone to plan and manage this event. Past events have done around 100 chips in a few hours and we hope to do the same this year.

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About Pflugerville Pets Alive


PO Box 3433, pflugerville, TX 78691, US

Mission Statement

Pflugerville Pets Alive helps pets in and around Pflugerville, TX. We work to * support and promote animal welfare issues focusing on the City of Pflugerville * educate the public on animal welfare issues * follow and stress the philosophies of the No Kill Advocacy center, including Low Cost spay and neutering.


Pflugerville Pets Alive! (APA!) is becoming a 501(c) 3 (nonprofit) organization run exclusively by volunteers.

We will work on innovation and programs to create and maintain a no-kill community for the pets of Pflugerville.

We are currently focused on helping the healthy and treatable pets of Pflugerville find safe and healthy homes, establishing programs that benefit the pets in the shelter, and informing the community of Pflugerville that they can come home to shop and find their next pet at the Pflugerville Animal Shelter.

Our Top 2018 Goals

  • Provide training and/or boarding to dogs that need basic manners or a break from the stress at the shelter
  • Assist Pflugerville Animal Control in maintaining their part in No Kill Central Texas
  • Continue to learn and implement activities and programs learned from Open Admission No Kill shelters and American Pets Alive
  • Provide a weather resistant bulletin board to display lost pets in the shelter
  • Provide certificates for Spaying and Neutering of pets
  • Provide additional microchip clinics


Wed Mar 31, 2021 - Sat Jun 26, 2021


This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.


  • Veterinary
  • Event Design & Planning
  • Event Management
  • Animal Care / Handling
  • Event Planning / Management
  • People Skills




  • Orientation or Training
  • We expect the planning could take 5 to 10 hours per week, the event to be about 5 hours for setup, event, and tear down, and the follow up reports to take a few hours. Granted, this is all based on us doing it without having any event management exp
  • https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Hpa2X3yjz1DmaMe2JpojoY3p4a6rUEz-i3j1xBXLFcI/edit?usp=sharing

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