General Manager

Management
Full-time
Santa Cruz County Animal Services Authority
9/01/2022
wendi@wbcpinc.com
541-664-0376

GENERAL MANAGER OF THE SANTA CRUZ COUNTY ANIMAL SHELTER
FOR THE SANTA CRUZ COUNTY ANIMAL SERVICES AUTHORITY
$124,116 - $158,472

Salary is currently under review and step placement depends upon qualifications

The Santa Cruz County Animal Services Authority (SCCASA) seeks a compassionate, creative, collaborative, and knowledgeable General Manager to lead the Santa Cruz County Animal Shelter. The General Manager will have a strong understanding of animal welfare as well as field, client, and adoption services. 

See the full recruitment brochure: https://indd.adobe.com/view/6dbb7ef3-f0fa-49e4-9065-5014d05a3261

THE JOB/ IDEAL CANDIDATE

The General Manager of the Santa Cruz County Animal Shelter will oversee the daily activities of the SCCASA’s various services, programs, and shelter facilities. They will lead a team of approximately 30 staff and hundreds of volunteers, requiring candidates to be patient, communicative, motivational, collaborative, and inclusive. The ideal candidate will be an effective problem solver, consensus builder, and animal welfare expert. They will support the values of the SCCASA and are passionate about the work they do and serving the people, animals, and mission of the Animal Shelter, including a commitment to socially conscious and open admission sheltering.
 

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