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Your help is needed to find the right person for our animal caregiving position in Grass Valley, California! And, we are offering a $500 sign-on summer bonus!
While we would love an experienced caregiver, we are also interested in someone who wants to work for a mission-driven nonprofit and put their compassion in action directly for farmed animals.
This work is tough but so rewarding! You would be working with 8 team members dedicated to the mission of providing top-notch care to nearly 400 rescued chickens, cows, pigs, rabbits, goats, sheep, turkeys, and 3 tortoises!
Your job would include helping feed, clean, and provide medical support to individuals like Petunia, the sheep. Petunia will yell loudly at you for attention, so petting her is an added perk.
This job is an outdoor position, which does mean working in all weather conditions. In the summer, it is hot…but hey, you get free popsicles! More importantly, you are responsible for making Tiffany the pig more comfortable, keeping Splinter the chicken cool, and making a world of difference for the animals here.
Read up on all the job duties, qualifications, and information here.
Please share this job description and information with anyone who you know searching for a job working with farmed animals. Experience with farmed animals is strongly preferred.
If you or someone you know might be interested, have them send a resume and cover letter today!
Hannah Beins, Animal Care Director
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Animal Place
17314 McCourtney Road
Grass Valley, Ca 95949

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This sounds like a lovely position for just the right person. Compassionate care for neglected/abused animals is truly a labor of love.

On that note, I cannot resist posting some relevant humor:

Too cute! What do rabbits typically do, anyway, if you try to tell them a joke?

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Typically, rabbits perk up their ears, to “hare” the joke better.

Woodchucks, however, just chuckle.