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Job Opportunity: Charity Support Coordinator

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DOING WORK THAT MATTERS

Care for Dogs is a foundation for homeless dogs in need. Our main aim is to improve the situation of street and temple dogs by organizing sterilizations, dog rescues and adoptions, as well as running a shelter for approximately 180 dogs and puppies in Hang Dong, Chiang Mai / Northern Thailand.

We are looking for a dynamic, responsible, and pro-active personality for the open position of a

Charity Support Coordinator

In this position you will be responsible for the following tasks:

  • Planning and organizing weekly sterilisations and sterilisation projects
  • Organising the intake and return of dogs for sterilisations in the required numbers
  • Responsible for overseeing all staff duties (dog caretakers, maintenance guys, cleaning crew)
  • Helping organize maintenance and construction/ renovation projects
  • Ensuring a hygienic, safe and comfortable environment for animals and people
  • Salary administration for dogs caretakers / keeping track of sick leave and holidays
  • Ensuring the well-being of all dogs at the shelter
  • HR (publishing job ads, joining interviews, work permits etc.)
  • Contacts with public, government offices, etc.
  • Joining visits regarding cases of animal cruelty
  • Thank you cards (Thai)
  • Fundraising contacts within Thailand
  • Translations
  • General office administration

What we ask from you:

  • Very good organization and communication skills
  • Flexibility and a “can do” attitude in a lively environment
  • “Hands on” personality
  • Thai nationality
  • Very good English knowledge (conversation + writing)
  • Must love dogs

What we can offer:

  • A meaningful and challenging job that directly improves the lives of many dogs
  • A great international team
  • Wonderful doggies
  • Shelter experience
  • New challenges
  • Opportunities to bring in ideas
  • Going back home with paw prints on your T-shirt…;)

Are you interested in joining our two, three and four-legged team? If yes, just get in touch with us and send us your application in English with a detailed resume (incl. qualifications + work experience), current and expected salary, and photo. “Woof” and see you soon!

Care for Dogs Foundation, David Franke, 12 Moo 11, Wiang Dong, Nam Phrae, Hang Dong, Chiang Mai, 50230, Thailand
E-mail: david@carefordogs.org
www.facebook.com/street.dog.rescue

    



Khun Fon – Charity Support Coordinator

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My name is Fon. I have been working with animals nearly 4 years now. I like to work with animals and taking care of them for me they are good friend. I like to helping in surgery room so i can practising my skill in the same time. Thank you care for dog for giving me a chance.

    



Happy Ever After!

Bilbo happy in the arms of his new mom. Feeky when he was abandoned in front of our shelter gate. Unwanted no more! Feeky was adopted into a loving home. Maxwell is one happy puppy about being adopted!

At Care for Dogs, we LOVE adoptions! Seeing dogs come into our care that have experienced a horrible past or injury, be welcomed into the loving arms of a caring family, makes our day.

Thank you to these families for opening their hearts and home to some very special dogs.

Remember – Adopt – Don’t Shop

    



Khuen – Feeling MUCH Better!

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When Khuen came into our care last week, it was yet another rescue that was heart breaking to think of the pain that this poor dog must have endured.

Khuen had massive swelling on the side of his face and neck, which is believed to be from an infected bite wound. If that wasn’t bad enough, he was infested with literally thousands of fleas. Unable to eat of drink, he surely would have not survived life on the streets had we not been alerted to his dire situation.

Our vet team took him into surgery and removed 500ml of fluid from the infected area and also sterilised Khuen at the same time.

Now, he is looking and feeling much better and is well on his way to a full recovery.

    


May 2015 Volunteer of the Month – Meet Lindy!

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We have been lucky to have Lindy’s energy and enthusiasm for over 4 years.

In the past, she organized a few small fundraisers through her workplace that were a lot of fun and helped raise much needed funds for the dogs in our care.

She helps with our vet team, trying to be helpful with anything that needs doing and offers extra TLC to some of our special care rescues.

Lindy is also an invaluable foster mom, offering her home to some of our orphaned puppies that need constant care and guidance.

She has adopted some very special dogs that were in our care, whom she fell in love with after coming in week after week to give them their special medicated baths.

When asked why she volunteers with us, her reply:

“I’ve been a fan of Care for Dogs since it’s beginning, getting to know founder Karin and being amazed by her energy and accomplishments.

Care for Dogs is the volunteer group for me because I get to be around dogs, the occasional cat, and also people who would do anything to help a Thai street dog, or an animal in distress. They’re my kind of people.”

Thank you Lindy. Your dedication and commitment has truly made a difference in the lives of so many.

    


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