Wildlife Patient Intake Volunteer
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WildCare’s Wildlife Patient Intake Volunteer Application for 2023 is open!
Wildlife Patient Intake Volunteers assist the Wildlife Hospital and Front Desk staff by welcoming rescuers, instructing them to complete patient intake paperwork, and helping to safely transfer patients to the hospital.
This exciting volunteer position requires a 4 hour per week commitment for a minimum of 8 months, March 1st through September 30th (although absences for vacations, emergencies, and illnesses are all acceptable).
All Wildlife Patient Intake Volunteers are required to view the 2023 WildCare Wildlife Hospital Volunteer Orientation, which you can find at discoverwildcare.org/volunteer. You will need a password from the orientation to complete your application.
There are additional trainings that Wildlife Patient Intake Volunteers must also participate in for this position.
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09:00 AM to 11:45 AM
1 weekly, 4-hour shift (9am - 1pm). Minimum 6-month commitment. Training provided.
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76 Albert Park Lane, San Rafael, CA 94901, US
What We Do: WildCare's mission is to inspire a vital connection among people, wildlife and the natural world, and our mission statement is "Live well with wildlife". Who We Are: Each year WildCare rehabilitates more than 4,000 ill, injured and orphaned wild animals in our wildlife rehabilitation hospital and teaches more than 40,000 Bay Area school children to love nature through our nature education programs.
Who We Are: Each year WildCare rehabilitates more than 4,000 ill, injured and orphaned wild animals in our wildlife rehabilitation hospital and teaches more than 40,000 Bay Area school children to love nature through our nature education programs.
76 Albert Park LaneSan Rafael, CA 94901
February 13, 2023
- Environmental Education
- Animal Care / Handling
- People 55+
- Must be at least 18
- Orientation or Training
- 1 4-hour shift per week for a minimum 6-month commitment.
- Friendly with people, able to follow instructions and wildlife rescue protocol. Training provided!