Proud recipient of Hawaii Business Magazine’s “Hawaii’s Best Places to Work,” the nonprofit Hawaiian Humane Society has these positions available. The organization has a staff of 85 professionals and experts in their field and more than 600 regular volunteers. All positions require a passion for animals and people, compassionate public service, excellent communications and computer skills, high-performance efficiency, a clean driving record and no limitations in working with animals. No phone calls and must be available for in-person interview. Requires flexible schedule including weekends and holidays.
Community Relations Intern – Summer/Fall 2018 Internship
Seeking interns for the upcoming Summer and Fall semesters. Areas of focus can include but are not limited to Educational, Volunteer Programs, Communications, Public Relations, Marketing and Events Coordination. The preferred applicant would be a junior or senior seeking a Bachelor’s degree in Communications, Journalism, Education, Nonprofit Management, Law or any other related field. All internships are unpaid and do not guarantee employment upon completion. Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite is preferable, with excellent inter-personal skills, as well as verbal and written communication skills; Must have a valid driver’s license and clean driving record. Candidate should be able to lift up to 30 pounds. Email resume and cover letter to email@example.com. Must be available for an in-person interview.
Database Coordinator – Full Time
Seeking a detail oriented and highly organized full-time database coordinator to manage all functions pertaining to recording and tracking of charitable gifts. Position is responsible for daily gift processing and ensuring compliance with gift policies, database requirements, coding protocols, and account assignments; implements procedures to ensure accuracy and confidentiality of data; produces a variety of gift reports for committees, Board of Directors, and publications; ensures timely and accurate production of acknowledgements and other donor correspondence. Requires superior working knowledge of Raiser’s Edge software; must be passionate about animal welfare; be proficient in Microsoft Office Suite; provide exceptional customer service and have excellent inter-personal skills; superior verbal and written communication skills; and be able to lift up to 30 pounds. Must have a valid driver’s license and clean driving record. Submit resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dispatcher – Part Time
Seeking a highly motivated part-time dispatcher to handle a high volume and variety of calls while ensuring accuracy and efficiency. Responsible for coordinating and dispatching calls to Field Services Officers for service from rescues, emergencies, animal pickups and complaints. Requires superior customer service and communication skills; ability to multi-task and prioritize response calls; work under pressure with minimal supervision, both individually and within a team; flexible and good natured; ability to maintain professionalism, composure and compassion in emotionally charged situations; and resolve conflicts effectively. Must be able to sit at a desk and view a computer screen for up to 8 hours a day with flexibility to work night and weekend shifts as needed. Send resume and cover letter to email@example.com.
Manager of Annual Giving – Full Time
Seeking a highly skilled and detail oriented full-time Manager of Annual Giving. The Manager of Annual Giving is responsible for managing all aspects of the Society’s annual fundraising campaigns; overseeing all functions of the donor database (Raiser’s Edge) management and assuring its accuracy; assisting in grant research and writing; and representing the organization at public events as needed, and assisting special events. Position works closely with the Director of Development to identify and cultivate prospective donors; engage in strategic planning and evaluation of development programs; and contribute ideas for internal and external improvements to the organization. Ideal candidate requires professionalism, flexibility and tact; strong organizational, reporting and project management skills; excellent time-management and communication skills; is able to work with multiple priorities and deadlines; and possess excellent supervisory and computer skills. Bachelor’s degree in marketing, communications, or related field is preferable with at least three (3) years of non-profit, fundraising, grant writing and supervisory experience; a valid driver’s license and clean driving record and access to own vehicle; and donor database management experience required, Raiser’s Edge experience preferred. Submit resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org.