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Stray Cat Alliance continues to grow our team of dedicated staff members.  We currently have the following open paid positions:

Veterinarian

The Stray Cat Alliance veterinarian will provide medical care and perform surgery for cats in foster and on-site.  This position plays a key role in increasing our capacity to save lives. 

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Benefits

Stray Cat Alliance employees have access to a comprehensive benefits package through TriNet, including medical plans and basic life insurance and AD&D plans. Optional insurance plans are also available, including dental, vision, disability, supplemental life, etc. Stray Cat Alliance contributes $250 per month toward health insurance. Full-time employees are eligible for insurance benefits on the 1st of the month following one month of service. Full-time employees accrue ten days paid vacation plus six paid sick days within the first year of employment. We receive six federal holidays per year.

Recently Filled Positions

Stray Cat Alliance is seeking an Adoption Manager to spearhead Stray Cat Alliance’s adoption efforts.  This role will assist Stray Cat Alliance to maximize the number of cat lives saved by reducing the length of stay for kittens and cats in foster placement and facilitating lifelong relationships between people and cats.

The Cat Care Assistant plays a key role in advancing Stray Cat Alliance’s mission and goals from an animal care perspective. The successful candidate will be a caring, team-oriented individual who possesses excellent communication skills and is committed to improving the lives of cats and kittens. The role involves working with people (including volunteers, fosters, and potential adopters) and cats and kittens.

The Cat Care Manager will manage the cat care operations of the organization, ensuring the health and well-being of all cats at our facility in Jefferson Park.  The Cat Care Manager must be capable of performing all of the duties of a Veterinary Assistant in a non-profit shelter environment. Responsibilities for this role include supervising the team of cat care staff and volunteers and developing new and refining existing policies and procedures.

We are seeking a Community Engagement Counselor to join our Safe at Home team! The successful candidate will be a caring, team-oriented individual who possesses excellent communication skills and is committed to improving the lives of cats and kittens in South Los Angeles. The role involves working with people (community members, fosters, and potential adopters) and cats and kittens. This position will have two main work locations: the South LA shelter and our shelter/clinic facility in Los Angeles (90018).

The Community Engagement Counselor performs interventions at the South LA Shelter, offering support to community members who find cats and kittens and are able to foster them at home.   The role involves working with people (community members, fosters, and potential adopters) and cats and kittens. 

The Development Relations Coordinator is an important part of our growing development team. The incumbent will support growth in fundraising and relationship building and will excel in ethically engaging with and serving donors and building lifelong relationships with donors and other stakeholders. 

Stray Cat Alliance is recruiting a Foster Coordinator to recruit, train, and support foster parents to care for kittens and cats. Responsibilities include reviewing foster applications, interviewing potential fosters, matching approved fosters with available kittens/cats, providing supplies, giving medical advice, and helping to maintain the morale of volunteer fosters. 

We are seeking a Lead Veterinary Technician to manage the day-to-day operations of a bustling, around the clock rescue clinic that serves our fostered and on-site animals. The Lead Veterinary Technician will perform all veterinary technician duties as well as manage clinic operations. The Lead Veterinary Technician will keep the clinic focused on our core no-kill philosophy, while providing excellent customer service and helping us grow to meet the increasing demands of Southern California’s community and shelter cat populations. The Lead Veterinary Technician is responsible for managing the staff to ensure efficient, high-quality medical care is delivered to a large volume of cats and kittens. 

The Lifesaving & Cat Care Supervisor (LCCS) will manage the cat care operations of the organization, ensuring the health and well-being of all cats at our facility in Jefferson Park. The LCCS must be capable of performing all of the duties of a Veterinary Assistant in a non-profit shelter environment. Responsibilities for this role include supervising the team of cat care staff and volunteers and developing new and refining existing policies and procedures.

Stray Cat Alliance is seeking a Major Gift Officer (MGO) to develop and manage a portfolio of individual supporters using appropriate relationship management processes to increase financial support. The MGO will be responsible for strategic development as well as identifying and engaging new donors to increase and diversify income and overall philanthropic giving. 

We are seeking a Registered Veterinary Technician (RVT) to be a part of our medical team, ensuring the health and well-being of all cats in our care. This position focuses on working with our animals on-site and in foster. The RVT performs all of the duties of a Registered Vet Technician, including providing high-quality, practical veterinary care to a wide range of patients.

Thrift Store Manager

We are seeking a Thrift Store Manager to run our West LA based Thrift Store, which generates funds for our cat and kitten lifesaving programs.

We are seeking a Veterinary Assistant (VA) to be a part of our medical team, ensuring the health and well-being of all cats in our care. The VA is the Shelter Clinic Manager’s primary medical support person. They begin the examination procedure and continue to assist the doctor throughout the examination, diagnosis and treatment phases. They aid the veterinarian in achieving greater efficiency by relieving them of technical work and administrative detail. They play a significant role in communicating with fosters and staff about the cats receiving care at Stray Cat Alliance’s clinic.