Are you passionate about animals? Do you want to make the most difference for pets in our area? A career with First Coast No More Homeless Pets is the most good you can do.
First Coast No More Homeless Pets in the largest spay and neuter clinic in the country with the mission of to end the killing of dogs and cats in shelters in our community, Northeast Florida and the nation. We also host the largest pet adoption events in the country, consult nationally to share best practices nationwide.
We are a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. Our multifaceted approach to pet overpopulation includes free and low-cost spay/neuter, adoption initiatives, and innovative pet retention services.
Our services are comprehensive, and we are committed to reaching those who need our assistance.
First Coast No More Homeless Pets is one of the largest animal welfare organizations in the Southeast and is experiencing double digit annual growth. To help sustain that growth we are looking to add a Development Director to our team of over 100 employees.
The primary focus of the position will be to gain significant additional revenue from existing donors/prospects and identify,research and cultivate new individual major gift prospects to help fulfill the vital mission of the organization.
A rapidly growing animal welfare organization ($8-10MM) with projected double digit annual growth, that includes both fee for service and donations/grants as primary revenue streams, is seeking a CFO with experience in the non-profit sector, ideally in a hospital setting.
Reporting to the CEO, the CFO will be an integral part of the executive management team and responsible for directing the fiscal functions of the organization within generally accepted non-profit operating standards, practices and accounting principles. The CFO will also have oversight of I.T., human resources and vendor/management functions.
First Coast No More Homeless Pets is looking to add veterinary technicians to our team for brand new, state-of-the-art low-cost veterinary clinic. Our hospital is a high volume clinic so excellent time management skills and a strong work ethic is a must. A caring and compassionate attitude is required of all team members. This is a full-time position and rotating weekends are required. If you are interested in joining a growing organization from the ground up please respond for more details…
A veterinary technician is needed to fill a full-time position in our high-volume surgery department. Duties will include but are not limited to the following: mainly surgical prep and monitoring of surgery patients, assisting doctors, performing diagnostics and laboratory procedures, and nursing care for our patients. Excellent time management and customer service skills are essential as well as the ability to multitask in a busy environment. We are seeking a team player interested in supporting the mission of FCNMHP….
FCNMHP is looking to add a full-time kennel technician to our team. Duties will include caring for animals and helping to maintain a clean, sanitary environment. Kennel technicians are vital to FCNMHP team and we are looking to add a dedicated person that works well with others, and enjoys caring for animals! No experience necessary…
First Coast No More Homeless Pets is looking to add a client service representative to our team for our state of the art low cost, high quality veterinary clinic. Superior customer service skills and the ability to represent the organization in a positive manner is crucial to this role. FCNMHP operates a high volume clinic and spay/neuter department so excellent time management skills and a strong work ethic is a must. A caring and compassionate attitude is required of all team members. This is a full time position and rotating weekends are required. If you are interested in joining a growing organization from the ground up please respond for more details. On the job training is offered so prior experience is not required, but is preferable.
First Coast No More Homeless Pets is partnered with Eckerd Workforce Development to provide jobs for young adults facing systemic barriers.
The development and career readiness program targets at-risk, low-income young adults (ages 16-24,) with the goals of self-sufficiency, employment, and advanced training.
FCNMHP has participated in this program since June 2016 and continues to accept interns to join our vet clinic team.