Friday, January 15, 2016

Michigan Humane Society Hiring Fair!!

START A CAREER HELPING ANIMALS IN NEED AT
MICHIGAN HUMANE SOCIETY HIRING FAIR
MHS is hiring for multiple positions to help animals go from homeless to loved

 The Michigan Humane Society (MHS) is hosting a hiring fair on Saturday, January 16, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the new MHS Detroit Animal Care Campus. The hiring fair will include information on Animal Care Technician/Customer Service Representative positions and an opportunity to interview with MHS representatives. Those interested in attending are asked to email a resume to jobsdetroit@michiganhumane.org. Candidates meeting minimum requirements will be contacted by email to set up a “speed” interview at the fair.
Photo Courtesy of Michigan Humane


“The positions we are looking to fill will have you truly making a difference for animals in need from your first day,” said CJ Bentley, MHS Senior Director of Operations. “Our customer service representatives and animal care technicians are dedicated and enthusiastic people who have compassion for both people and animals. With our state-of-the-art new facility opening this spring, we are expanding the lifesaving MHS team!”

MHS customer service representatives help pet adopters find a wonderful new animal companion; process pet adoptions using the animal sheltering database; support current pets and their owners through our free pet food bank and free straw programs; help owners decide if re-homing their pet is the best option; provide care and food for animals in the shelter; and clean kennels, cages and other areas of the adoption center. Detailed training is provided to new staff members.

The site of the job fair, the new MHS Detroit Animal Care Campus, which is in the final stages of completion before it replaces the current MHS Detroit facility this spring, is located at 7887 Chrysler drive, a few blocks north of the current MHS Detroit facility.

The Michigan Humane Society is the largest and oldest animal welfare organization in the state. MHS works to end companion animal homelessness, provide the highest quality service and compassion to the animals entrusted to our care, and to be a leader in promoting humane values.

23 comments:

  1. This is certainly interesting, Caren!

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  2. This would be such a rewarding career. Purring for a great turnout tomorrow!

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  3. What a wonderful thing to do for our furrbabies.

    Have a purrfect day Cody. My best to your wonderful mom. ♥♥♥

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  4. We hope they get lots of good applicants to do this wonderfur work.

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  5. I sure hope they get some really great critter loving employees!

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  6. I'm like Brian. Critter loving is the main thing!!

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  7. dood...we hope de shelter getz lotz & lots oh troo lee grate applicants....

    de food serviss gurl wood loves ta werk at a shelter; but her sayz her wood probably haz a bad case oh "de sads" a lot ~~~~~ ???

    heerz two a jewel tetra N jawfish kinda week oh end ♥♥♥

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  8. Always good to hear when a facility can expand - more pets helped!

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  9. We hope they find good applicants ! Purrs

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  10. Hope they find da right peeps.

    Luv ya'

    Dezi and Lexi

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  11. Maybe the mom should start a new career!

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  12. We hope they get lots of good applicants to work with the animals! We love the Tortie of course!

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  13. Oh, I hope it was a great success. Many animals will be sure to benefit.

    Thanks for stopping by my blog. Glad to know I haven't been completely forgotten!

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  14. We sure hope MHS got lots of qualified applicants for these really important positions!

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  15. I think it must be great to work with animals....

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  16. Hope their event was a huge success and they had lots of animal lovers to choose from.

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  17. Hope the right people applying get the job! Working with animals must be amazing.

    Purrs xx
    Athena and Marie

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  18. I worked in a shelter for about five years. It's incredible, but also emotionally exhausting and it's really difficult not to bring some of the heartbreak home with you. I personally had to step back and think I'm a better volunteer than an employee. More power to the amazing people that dedicate their lives to such lifesaving work.

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    1. I think I would be like you...it would be incredibly hard

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  19. Paws crossed that the purrfect people get the jobs!

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