Animal Shelter Volunteer Coordinator Resume

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Career Objective:

To acquire the position of an animal shelter volunteer coordinator and utilize the opportunity to support the cause of animal welfare and provide care to animals.

Summary of Skills:

  • Immense love and compassion towards animals and high desire to work for their welfare
  • Knowledge of basic veterinary science with an ability to administer medical services promptly
  • Superior administrative abilities that help direct individuals, coordinate activities and allocate resources
  • Ability to organize men, materials and finances as per the set plans and ensure optimum utilization of all resources
  • Good command over written and verbal communication

Work Experience:

Animal Shelter Volunteer Coordinator
Animal Rescuers, Portland, OR
April 2014 – present

  • Understand the goals and objectives of the organization and coordinate activities towards fulfilling these objectives
  • Establish effective communication among the medical vans, rescue teams and shelter volunteers to ensure immediate response to emergencies
  • Call in team of doctors and arrange for medical supplies to provide expert medical care to ill and injured animals
  • Make certain the organization performs activities as per the regulations laid by the animal welfare laws
  • Suggest the administration to increase the capacity and upgrade the facilities to be provided at the center
  • Assist veterinarians in diagnosing, treating, and operating animals

Animal Shelter Volunteer
Bow & Purr Animal Shelter Home, Portland, OR
October 2012 – March 2014

  • Provided shelter to abandoned and ailing animals in the refuge home and offered them food, companionship and medical services
  • Monitored behavior of animals and studied their reactions to identify the symptoms for any mental or physical ailment
  • Provided grooming and hygiene services to animals and engaged them in activities like walking and playing for fitness
  • Made arrangements to release animals in the wild once they recover from their problems
  • Carried out training sessions for the new joined volunteers on ways to hold animals and tackle the hostile animals responsibly
  • Maintained stock of veterinary medicals and kept records of animals brought in for treatment

Education:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Arts
    Portland University, Portland, OR
    2011

Reference:

Available upon request.