WILDLIFE HOTLINE AND ADMISSIONS VOLUNTEER
NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS!
About the Role:
The Wildlife Hotline and Admissions Volunteer is a very important and visible role, responsible for assisting rescuers with safely getting injured, orphaned, or sick wildlife into our care. This role also involves maintaining the triage and animal admissions spaces, basic triage, communicating with the public, administrative assistance, and some assistance with our animal emergency hotline.
One four-hour shift per week seasonally, with the opportunity to continue volunteering year-round or return the following season
Friendly and comfortable with people, in person and on the phone
Good communication skills
Knowledge of native species and natural history or the ability to learn
Commitment to the Center's mission and messaging
Ability to adhere to established protocols
Ability to enter data quickly and accurately via computer or iPad
Calm in hectic or busy environments
Ability to lift 20 pounds
Ready to Make the Commitment?
Our team will review your application to determine whether we could be a good match for each other. If so, we will follow up to request a brief phone interview to discuss your interests, background, and the role.
If selected, we will schedule your training with the Hotline and Admissions Coordinator!