Grass Valley, CA, United States
Membership & Education Coordinator
About the position : The Membership & Education Coordinator is responsible for maintaining the donor database, processing gifts through the database as well as developing and implementing activities designed to attain and retain donors. Additionally, the Coordinator assists the Education team with events, tours, and other educational activities.
Main job tasks and responsibilities
Prepare and edit donor correspondence
Generate donor prospect leads through a variety of sources
Identify and invite donors to Animal Place events
Prepare acknowledgement letters and thank donors for their gifts
Contact donors to resolve questions, inconsistencies, and issuing data related to their donations
Return phone calls and emails from donors with questions/issues
Phone donors to thank for their contributions
Call donors to solicit gifts
Input donor information into database (Salesforce)
Merge data from the database, print letters, check for errors, route for signing and mailing
Make necessary corrections to information entered in the database and keep track of the corrections
Generate detailed and appropriate reports through Salesforce
Create and implement a donor recruitment plan
Promote Animal Place to prospective donors
Develop and implement plan for upgrading giving level of existing donors
Coordinate the monthly giving program (craft monthly correspondence letter, prepare mailing labels, oversee credit card deductions, send monthly communication via snail mail and email
Assist the director increase number of monthly donors and giving amounts
Familiar with or quick to learn Pardot marketing tool and Classy fundraising platform
Assist with sanctuary events
Assist Education Director when requested
Provide support with social media
Schedule guided and private tours
Compile donor packets
Assist Executive Director when requested
Submit matching gift request forms
Supervise data entry staff
Required skill sets
Familiar with donor management systems (e.g. Salesforce)
Writing and copy editing (include samples)
Attention to detail and accuracy
Familiar with social media channels and technology
Computer and relevant software
Understanding of standard office administrative practices and procedures
Able to analyze and problem solve individually and cooperatively
Sound judgment and decision-making
Knowledge of and interest in veganism and animal rights issues
Support of Animal Place’s mission and campaigns
Adherence to a vegan lifestyle
Experience in communications, public relations or nonprofit membership
Excellent written and verbal skills
Experience working with donor databases, specifically Salesforce (or comparable)
Familiarity with Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint)
Adaptable and flexible
Comfortable working collaboratively
Possess an open communication style
Self-motivated, energetic learner
Highly organized with ability to meet tight deadlines
Experience with nonprofit organizations
Familiarity with Salesforce, Pardot, and Classy ideal but not required
College degree preferred but not required
Valid U.S. driver’s license and a satisfactory driving record.
Comfortable with country and small town living
Salary and benefits: Salary based on experience, medical coverage, paid vacation and holidays.
How to apply : Send resume and cover letter with Subject Line: Education/Membership Coordinator to firstname.lastname@example.org
About Animal Place : Animal Place is a nonprofit sanctuary for farmed animals and an education/advocacy organization. It operates several facilities: a 600-acre permanent sanctuary in Grass Valley, CA; a 60-acre farmed animal adoption center in Vacaville, CA; a brick and mortar vegan store in Berkeley, CA; a 15-acre residential internship property in Grass Valley; and a 7-acre onsite Guest House and educational site in Grass Valley, CA (next door to the sanctuary).
Please visit our website prior to applying: www.animalplace.org
Grass Valley, CA, United States
Digital Fundraising & Education Coordinator
Organization Description: Animal Place is an animal rights organization promoting the complete protection of farmed animals and a vegan lifestyle. There are three facilities: a 600-acre sanctuary in Grass Valley, CA that serves as a permanent safe haven for farmed animals as well as education center, the 60-acre Rescue Ranch adoption facility in Vacaville, CA, and our brick-and-mortar vegan store the Vegan Republic. Rescue Ranch provides temporary home for adoptable farmed animals, with a special emphasis on chickens from the egg industry. Animal Place’s Vegan Republic is located in Berkeley, CA and delivers vegan food and merchandise to customers with all profits benefiting the sanctuary. If you are unfamiliar with Animal Place, visit our website at www.animalplace.org before considering applying.
Job Title: Digital Fundraising & Education Coordinator
Job Status: Part-time, contract
Region Specific Location (Sacramento): Remote position, must be within 1 hour driving distance to Grass Valley office, able to come into Grass Valley office once a week.
Job Description: Implement a coordinated digital fundraising plan that includes expanding online giving program and donor engagement and nurturing. Aid education department in the promotion of Animal Place’s mission of veganism through writing, tours, tabling, corporate giving, and other outreach efforts.
A strong commitment to Animal Place’s mission of veganism and animal rights.
Familiarity with Pardot, Salesforce, Classy, and WordPress strongly encouraged.
At least two years experience working in non-profit and specifically with online marketing and/or digital fundraising.
A work history that shows a progressively challenging work experience.
Ability to work independently and remotely in a fashion that maintains strong and open lines of communication with supervisor and colleagues.
Demonstrate strong knowledge of current fundraising trends, social media, mobile, and pertinent digital acquisition trends.
Strong writing skills, with 2-3 samples of varied styles of writing.
Flexible schedule and comfort traveling to Grass Valley sanctuary 1 time a week and whenever needed.
Proven organizational skills and attention to detail.
Design experience suggested but not required.
Project management experience in digital material and marketing required.
Able to meet deadlines, under pressure.
Familiarity with farmed animal issues and veganism.
Develop and implementation of digital fundraising programs including e-newsletters, e-mail acquisition, online content monetization, digital fundraising via website, e-mail, mobile, and social media.
Manage engagement and cultivation of leads acquired through online fundraising, and create ways to foster higher giving levels.
Assist in email marketing to expand re-curring gift program (monthly donors), sponsorship program (animal foster sponsor), and other online donor acquisition ideas.
Assist with social media coordinator to foster member cultivation on social media, web, mobile, and developing platforms.
Create digital fundraising and membership procedures to ensure digital donors receive a structured, appropriate online and digital giving opportunities.
Work with the education director to set benchmarks across all digital fundraising channels.
Evaluate and reports monthly on project accomplishments and budgets. Analyze data and make recommendations.
Improve response rates and increase online donor retention.
Promote the work of the sanctuary through online media.
Assist with online and offline fundraising efforts.
How to Apply: Send cover letter, resume, and 3-5 professional references to email@example.com with
About Animal Place: Animal Place is a nonprofit sanctuary for farmed animals and an education/advocacy organization. It operates several facilities: a 600-acre permanent sanctuary in Grass Valley, CA; a 60-acre farmed animal adoption center in Vacaville, CA; a brick and mortar vegan store in Berkeley, CA; a 15-acre residential internship property in Grass Valley; and a 7-acre onsite Guest House and educational site in Grass Valley, CA (next door to the sanctuary).
Please visit our website prior to applying: www.animalplace.org
Animal Place Brave the Cage Outreach Tour Coordinator – NORTHERN CALIFORNIA Telecommute, Travel
Organization Description: Animal Place is a nonprofit sanctuary for farmed animals and an education/advocacy organization. It operates three shelters in Northern California. Its headquarters is located on 600-acres in Grass Valley, CA (60 miles north of Sacramento). This is a telecommuting position to be based out of the Bay Area or Sacramento area. Please visit our websites prior to applying: www.animalplace.org and www.bravethecage.org
About the Position: Animal Place’s Brave the Cage Challenge invites the public (with an emphasis on college campuses) to learn what life is like for 94% of hens in the egg industry by experiencing confinement inside a human-sized battery cage.
Position Objectives: To expand Animal Place’s Brave the Cage outreach by traveling extensively and setting up tabling events. This is a telecommuting position to be based out of Sacramento or the Bay Area. May involve up to 8 weeks out of the year traveling across the country. Animal Place provides a van for all travel.
Reports To: Brave the Cage Campaign Manager
Responsibilities and Duties: • Identify tabling opportunities for the Brave the Cage Challenge in Northern California. • Coordinate all Northern California Brave the Cage tabling events. • Drive to tabling location, set up cage and materials and encourage people to spend a few minutes inside a human-sized hen battery cage. Travel will include some overnight trips. • Interface with the public in a compassionate, confident, and respectful manner. • Increase subscriber and support base by acquiring e-mails and other contact information while tabling. • Coordinate the travel logistics for assigned tours and events. • Manage expenses. • Initially focus outreach efforts to college campuses. • Liaise with Grass Valley office staff about inclusion on social networking sites and corresponding blog posts. • Catalog and process all data gathered on tabling tours and events. • Provide written information and photos for different social media channels to the Grass Valley staff to post. • Work to facilitate increased community awareness; assist in tabling at offsite events related to Animal Place’s mission when needed. • Perform any other duties assigned by the supervisor.
Qualifications: • Must be at least 21 years of age and have a valid U.S. driver’s license and a minimum of three years of driving experience with a satisfactory driving record. • Proven knowledge of and interest in animal farming and animal rights issues and in Animal Place’s mission and campaigns. • Demonstrated willingness and ability to initiate conversations about animal farming issues and veganism and communicate effectively with a variety of people. • Proven excellent organizational skills and attention to detail. • Willingness and ability to travel extensively and keep a flexible schedule. • Familiar with social media platforms and technology. • Comfortable with Word, Excel, PowerPoint (or similar), and video technology. • Adherence to a vegan lifestyle. • Comfortable lifting and managing up to 50-pounds when needed. • Ability to walk and stand for several hours at a time. • Support for Animal Place’s philosophy and the ability to professionally advocate Animal Place’s positions on issues. • Commitment to the objectives of the organization. • Comfortable with traveling and being away from “home base” for short periods of time.
Salary and Benefits: TBD, medical coverage, paid vacation.
Start Date: ASAP
To Apply: Send résumé and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Norfolk, VA, USA
To produce exciting and cutting–edge videos and related materials that create a window into the daily activities and work of PETA's Cruelty Investigations Department (CID), affiliates, and undercover investigations
Primary Responsibilities and Duties:
• Immerse yourself in the work of CID’s Rescue Team and produce videos about that work in order to increase media and social media coverage
• Work with the Audio/Visual Department to prepare and coordinate video packages, photo sheets, and all other audio-visual components of CID's work and for the organization and affiliates
o Edit videos and work closely with the director, manager, A/V editors, and any other staff at the PETA Foundation and its supported organizations on creative aspects of all videos, including scripting and production
o Lead local video and photo shoots for PETA
o Use discretion in choosing appropriate footage for video edits
• Liaise with PETA's Marketing Department in order to increase the public profile of CID's work
• Liaise with PETA’s Media Coordinator in order to increase issue and campaign coverage of CID’s work
• Shoot, edit, and produce undercover investigation videos
• Liaise with staff from foreign affiliates about their work and shoot and produce video packages to increase media coverage of their work
• Keep informed about local and national animal-related news stories and trends in order to ensure that PETA's message reaches national audiences with maximum impact and exposure
• Perform any other duties assigned by the supervisor
• Degree in a related field or equivalent experience
• Demonstrated extensive knowledge of the media industry
• Experience with videography
• Experience as a Field Producer and conducting interviews a plus
• Demonstrated thorough knowledge of animal rights issues and campaigns
• Proven ability to deal with a variety of people in a professional manner
• Must be comfortable around animals of various types and temperaments
• Demonstrated ability to work on multiple projects simultaneously
• Proven ability to take initiative and follow through
• Demonstrated ability to make sound judgments and work independently
• Proven exceptional written and verbal communication skills
• Proven excellent organizational skills
• Proven ability to work well under pressure and meet tight deadlines
• Professional appearance and adherence to a healthy vegan lifestyle
• Support for PETA's philosophy and the ability to professionally advocate PETA's positions on issues
• Commitment to the objectives of the organization
Catskill Animal Sanctuary, Inc.
316 Old Stage Road, Saugerties, NY, USA
The Health Care Assistant (HCA) role is responsible for assisting the Health Care Coordinator (HCC) with all aspects of the physical and emotional well-being of Catskill Animal Sanctuary’s 300 animals. The primary responsibilities are to conduct health checks on multiple species, to maintain and update medical records and to perform health procedures as needed, as well as basic health care. Additionally, the HCA is responsible for assisting on-site visits by animal care specialists and during the transportation of animals to medical appointments.
As a representative of Catskill Animal Sanctuary, the HCA acts in a professional and friendly manner at all times with colleagues, volunteers, and the public. The Health Care Assistant reports directly to the Health Care Coordinator.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Conduct full body health checks, perform health care procedures on a variety of species. These include, but are not limited to wound care, administering medications, weight and skin checks, ear/nose/eye cleaning, foot cleaning and beak/hoof/toenail trims.
Administer routine vaccinations and species-specific health care maintenance
Identify potential health concerns and communicate these assessments to the HCC
Creates and maintains health records on each animal resident
Actively participate in the daily well-being of all animals to maintain a high level of wellness
Assists in monitoring the emotional well-being of each animal, always seeking to maximize each individual’s happiness
Consults with the Health Care Coordinator about potential adjustments or improvements in animal’s daily life that would increase their sense of well-being
Assists in determining optimum diets for all sanctuary animals and solicits the HCC about adjusting diets as necessary
Supports onsite visits from veterinary medical teams, farriers, shearers, and other healthcare specialists
Participates in the transportation of animals to medical appointments and collaborates directly with the HCC on outcomes or changes to daily care routines
Actively keeps feed board and other communication strategies current and up to date throughout the day
Orders all supplements, medications and medical supplies using the most cost-effective measures
Ability to perform duties in enclosed and outdoor environments throughout the year
Previous farmed animal experience (e.g. goats, cows, chickens, sheep, horses, etc.)
Veterinary technician or comparable experience highly desired
Strong organizational skills with a proven ability to manage multiple priorities and projects in fast-paced work environment
Excellent time management and communication skills
Ability to work well with a variety of staff and external partners
Experience dealing with animal emergency situations
Valid driver’s license with clean driving record required
This is a full-time position with benefits (e.g. medical insurance, floating holidays, vacation and personal time off). Starting salary is between $15 - $17/hour based upon experience. To apply, send cover letter and resume to email@example.com