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ORGANIZATION: National Pet Advocacy and Welfare Society (NPAWS)

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About the Organization

NPAWS(r) is on a mission to cultivate a Pet PositiveTM culture across America, advocating against the normalized cruelty of needless invasive procedures like declawing, tail docking, and ear cropping. These medically unnecessary procedures are considered "normal," yet do nothing to benefit the animal. They only cause pain and suffering.

Each year, over one million American pets are subjected to unnecessary debilitating traditions, such as tail docking, ear cropping, declawing, and more. These procedures are considered illegal mutilation in Europe. NPAWS is carrying this compassion forward by spreading awareness across America to enhance our humane treatment of the furry ones that 95% of us call family.

NPAWS is a 501(c)3 nonprofit corporation based in Austin, Texas. (For more information, visit npaws.org.)


About the Opportunity

This is a 100% remote non-paid volunteer position.

This leadership position is responsible for propelling the vision and overseeing the administration, programs, and strategic plan of the organization. It requires a dynamic and effective leader who is passionate about leading hands-on operations, managing personnel and fostering growth; as well as developing and guiding NPAWS programs.

Scope of Work:

  • Provide thoughtful executive leadership to manage, and guide the organization to attain continued growth, success, and optimal mission impact for NPAWS programs and services

  • Enhance and Build upon the current strategic plan and drive its implementation

  • Oversee the day-to-day operations and general management of the organization to ensure its overall successful long-term operations

  • Assure that the organization makes consistent and timely progress in achieving its mission and target programmatic impact

  • Apply innovative thinking and performance measurements to analyze and support strategic decision making

  • Provide leadership in developing program, organizational, and financial plans and execute on the policies authorized by the Board

  • Effectively represent the organization and promote a positive organizational image to support adequate community representation

Finance

  • Plan, actively manage, and oversee the organization’s operations, programs, and fundraising, while ensuring the organization’s financial sustainability

  • Actively engage in fiscal management through hands-on budgetary development and oversight; routinely report performance and financial activities to the Board

  • Drive development and fundraising

Volunteers and Culture

  • Assist in acquiring qualified volunteers and senior leadership

  • Foster a collaborative culture, encourage professional development, and champion accountability among staff

  • Establish goals, objectives, and operational plans in collaboration with staff

  • In conjunction with Talent leadership, oversee processes such as onboarding and offboarding talent

  • Organize, motivate, and mentor internal team leaders and volunteers

About the Ideal Candidate

The ideal candidate embraces servant-leadership, as well as a thoughtful approach to day-to-day operational management, strategic planning, and organizational leadership.

  • A minimum of five years of experience as a successful leader; 7+ is preferred

  • Nonprofit experience; preferably, with non-paid volunteers

  • Ability to drive organizational funding growth and has experience with fiscal management and preparing and securing senior management/Board approval

  • Capable of designing and directing strategies that enhance and support organizational operations

  • Experience in creating and establishing clear, measurable business goals and fostering a positive and collaborative work environment

  • Outstanding communication skills and ability to work well with media, staff, and the community

  • And of Course, a passion for the mission and programs of NPAWS

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About National Pet Advocacy and Welfare Society (NPAWS)

Location:

10900 Research Blvd, Ste 160C, #1254, Austin, TX 78759, US

Mission Statement

The National Pet Advocacy and Welfare Society (NPAWS) believes that all pets are born beautiful. The NPAWS Pet Positive Movement is working to end normalized pet cruelty by saving tails, ears, claws, and more from non-therapeutic invasive procedures. Such needless actions as tail docking, ear cropping, declawing, and other antiquated traditions have no place in modern America.

Description

Our Pet Positive Movement draws veterinarians, businesses, and other Pet Positive people and organizations together to end this normalized pet cruelty in the United States.

‚ÄčNPAWS is a 501(c)3 charitable organization. We are 100% volunteer run and based in Austin, TX.

CAUSE AREAS

Animals
Animals

WHEN

Mon Jun 10, 2024 - Sun Sep 08, 2024
08:00 AM - 03:00 PM

WHERE

This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.

SKILLS

  • Business Development & Sales Management
  • Management

GOOD FOR

  • Group

REQUIREMENTS

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