Careers

Humane Education Intern (2)

We have the perfect summer employment for two qualified college students. The League is seeking two paid interns to assist with five (5) Summer Humane Education Day Camps. Interns will facilitate arts, crafts, and games as well as planning presentation content and co-leading League tours. Successful candidates must:

  • Be currently enrolled in an undergraduate program with a full-time status; 
  • Have demonstrated ability to engage, inspire and instruct children; and
  • Be available to work all camp dates/times, 35 hours per week for 9 weeks (June 14th – August 13th)

See the full job description and instructions on how to apply.

Animal Care Technician

Animal care technicians keep our shelter animals clean, well-fed, and healthy. They make sure the animal environment is clean and comfortable and administer vaccines and medications to promote good health. They also provide essential socialization and interaction for our animals’ mental and emotional health. Join our dedicated team. See the full job description and instructions on how to apply.

 Animal Control Officer

Animal control officers are charged with the enforcement of all Virginia state and Arlington county laws pertaining to the welfare, care, and control of all domestic and wild animals. Animal control officers investigate all animal complaints including neglect and cruelty to animals. They also investigate animal bite complaints and implement and release domestic animal quarantines. While the animal control officers are legally authorized to issue citations and take cases to court, the primary focus is on working with community residents to assist them in providing better care for their pets and observing the laws. See the full job description and instructions on how to apply.

Office Administrator

The Office Administrator is responsible for providing support to the administrative team members, managing the League’s retail inventory, scheduling, front desk office assistance, equipment maintenance, daily paperwork, filing, and preparing documents for management as needed. The position also manages the shelter’s lost and found animal matching and provides adoption counseling to prospective adopters. See the full job description and instructions on how to apply.