Humane Alliance: A Program of the ASPCA

Description

Description: Spay Neuter Idaho Pets, Inc. (SNIP) is hiring a Clinic Director to staff our new spay/neuter clinic in Meridian, Idaho. The Clinic Director is in charge of the day-to-day operations for the entire clinic and supports the Board in ensuring the overall financial and emotional health of the organization and that the organization is meeting its goals and mission. The Clinic Director delegates duties as needed to achieve clinic goals and oversees support staff to ensure individual duties are being completed, but ultimately is expected to step in and work alongside staff as needed to meet goals. This position is a supervisory position, and the successful candidate will be expected to provide leadership, direction and discipline when necessary. The Clinic Director will manage and diffuse staff interpersonal issues. The Clinic Director will serve as point person for the dissemination of information to staff.

Duties and Responsibilities include: 1) Handle recruitment, employment and release of all personnel, both paid staff and volunteers; 2) Maintain personnel files (I-9's, documentation of trainings, discipline, reviews); 3) Handle payroll and assist Treasurer in invoice payment and maintaining a chart of accounts; 4) Maintain sound HR practices; 5) Ensure proper training of staff; 6) Manage day-to-day operations of the clinic; 7) Ensure policies in medical and admin manuals are followed and updated as needed; 8) Ensure proper procedures are in place for animal handling, disease control and patient care; 9) Ensure the clinic has proper working equipment and supplies; 10) Ensure that the clinic is in compliance with all regulations and codes; 11) Actively support staff and volunteers and promote development of skills related to the advancement of our goals and mission; 12) Conduct financial oversight for the clinic; 13) Handle media and marketing for the clinic including press releases, media interviews, and social media; 14) Design materials for promotions, marketing, and fundraisers; 15) Actively promote spay and neuter and educate clients on responsible pet care; 16) Represent the clinic in a professional, courteous manner at all times;17) Periodically attend Board meetings to provide a status of clinic operations; 18) Fill in positions in the clinic where needed; 19) Secure ongoing funding for clinic through building donor relations, corporate sponsorships, in-kind donations, special events and increasing clinic clients; 20) Create written materials including appeals, newsletters, social media posts and website content in conjunction with Development staff; and 21) Ensure the pulbic receives world class customer service that is courteous, respectful and professional from all staff and handle client complaints or conerns so potential problems are diffused.
The ideal candidate for this position will have at least one year of experience as a Clinic Director, or an equivalent combination of other supervisory, office management, and veterinary office experience. Experience working in a veterinary clinic and experience with proper animal handling is a minimum requirement. Annual salary for this position is $40,000-$45,000.

SNIP is a 501(c)3 dedicated to improving the lives of Idaho’s cats and dogs by reducing overpopulation with low-cost spay and neuter programs, education and community partnerships. SNIP was established in 2008 and has helped spay and neuter more than 15,000 cats and dogs.

If interested in applying for this position, please send a cover letter and resume to ayrwolf123@aol.com.

Contact

Ayers, Sunrise
Organization Name: Spay Neuter Idaho Pets
Email: ayrwolf123@aol.com
Phone: 208-968-1338
City: Boise
State: ID
Post Code: 83705