Teamwork Makes the Dream Work – Hiring New Team Members

When opportunity comes knocking at the door, you may want to answer it. The Georgian Triangle Humane Society is looking to hire three new team members. These exciting positions available are:

Customer Care Manager
Reporting to the Executive Director, this role is responsible for ensuring that our customer care department (Adoptions, Hospital Administration, Customer Service, Behaviour and Retail) provides excellence in all customer interactions and strive to offer compassionate service in an effective and efficient manner. This role is the primary champion of customer satisfaction throughout the organization.

Donor Relations Coordinator
Reporting to the Donor Relations Specialist, this role will work to implement strategies to enhance the donor experience with the GTHS and increase fundraising revenue.

Executive Assistant
The Executive Assistant is responsible for providing comprehensive organizational and administrative support to the Executive Director. By nature, this position will require a high degree of professionalism and will include exposure to sensitive information that will require the use of tact, diplomacy, discretion and independent decision-making skills.

To read all information about these positions, visit the GTHS webpage here. If you are thinking of applying to either the Donor Relations Coordinator or Executive Assistant position, please send your cover letter and resume to humanresources@gths.ca by October 19th by 4:30 pm. If you would like to apply to the Customer Care Manager position, your cover letter and resume will need to be emailed to humanresources@gths.ca by October 26th by 4:30 pm.

For volunteer positions, we are looking to recruit more canine and feline volunteers! Can you help?

Canine foster volunteers will give a safe, temporary home to puppies (4-6 puppies at a time), senior dogs and adult dogs with specific needs. You must have the ability to separate the foster animals from any other pets in your home. We provide training and the supplies you need!

Being a feline foster volunteer means being able to provide a loving temporary home for pregnant or nursing cats and kittens – litter sizes can range from 5-9 kittens. Other foster scenarios include caring for cats who are recovering from an injury or illness, and providing emergency boarding when someone is temporarily unable to care for their cat.

All details on the foster volunteer positions can be found in the links below.

Canine Foster Volunteer:
https://www.gths.ca/volunteering/canine-foster-volunteer/

Feline Foster Volunteer:
https://www.gths.ca/volunteering/feline-foster-volunteer/

Please contact volunteer@gths.ca for any questions and application submissions.