In January 2014, the Spokane County Regional Animal Protection Service will add the city of Spokane to our service area and become the regional animal protection provider. As part of that expansion, SCRAPS is seeking enthusiastic individuals to attend a recruitment fair on July 24 from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. at 6815 E. Trent.
SCRAPS and Spokane County human resources staff will be on hand to talk about the SCRAPS organization, the application process, and the many positions that will need to be staffed at the new regional center.
These positions include:
Animal protection officer (up to six openings): These positions are out in the field, responding to citizen complaints, investigating animal cruelty/neglect reports and educating the public on a variety of animal related issues. Applications are currently being accepted. Application process closes Aug. 9 at 4:30 p.m.
Animal Services Representatives (up to 10 openings): These are customer service pros -- whether it’s an assignment in the general reception area, dispatch call center, or in the animal receiving lobby -- these individuals excel at working with the public, greeting visitors, selling pet licenses, processing adoptions and answering questions.
Shelter Technicians (up to nine openings): If you’re looking for hands-on, daily care of animals -- this job is for you. These positions take care of the daily feeding/watering/monitoring of shelter animals as well as the routine cleaning and upkeep of the animal housing areas and surrounding grounds.
Anyone interested in applying for these positions should submit a Spokane County Employment Application, supplemental application, resume, cover letter and references to the Spokane County Human Resources Department. SCRAPS is an equal opportunity employer, committed to a diversified workforce.
SCRAPS will not be accepting questions or applications at the shelter.
Interested applicants need to apply through the Spokane County Human Resources Office at 1229 W. Mallon or on the Web site at spokanecounty.org/HR. Posting dates are subject to change.