Canine Companions for Independence was founded in Santa Rosa, California in 1975. The National Headquarters and Northwest Training Center are located on the Jean and Charles Schulz Campus in Santa Rosa, California. The Schulz Campus, named after generous supporters Jean and Charles Schulz, opened in 1996. The Northwest Region serves people in Northern California, Northern Nevada, Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, Wyoming and Alaska.
SUMMARYThis position is responsible for providing quality care of the dogs and puppies housed at the Canine Early Development Center (CEDC), including providing high quality cleaning and maintenance of the CEDC kennels, play areas, and socialization and bathing areas that house breeder dogs and puppies. This position also assists with the oversight and care of female dogs throughout various stages of pregnancy, including delivery of neonates and care of litters of puppies housed at the center.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following. Other duties may be assigned as needed:
EXPERIENCE: Must have experience with dog health care in a veterinary office setting. Prior dog handling and training preferred but not required.
This position is currently accepting applications.