Open Volunteer Position – Graphic Designer

Position Summary: Will work with the communications committee and staff members to develop publications promoting the shelter’s events, programs, and animals.

Duties & Responsibilities:
– Completion of design requests in a timely manner
– Conceptualize and design a variety of promotional materials including flyers, brochures, social media content, etc.
– Participate in committee meetings being mindful of quarterly meeting attendance and product deadlines
– Design graphics for the shelter’s website

Requirements:
– Have access to InDesign, Photoshop, Canva, and other design programs
– Able to check and respond to group email on a timely basis Have a love for animals and a passion for helping them find homes

VOLUNTEER POSITIONS

We are always looking for enthusiastic volunteers to help care for our animals! Please see the volunteer descriptions below. If there is something you are interested in helping with, email Community Engagement Manager, Catherine Camp.

Cat Caretaker
Care and feeding of CHA Animal Shelter cats, as well as interaction with the public in the cat rooms if the shift is during adoption hours. The duration of the shift is approximately two hours on weekdays and approximately three hours on weekends. A shift is scheduled every other week.

Dog Caretaker
Care and feeding of CHA Animal Shelter dogs, as well as interaction with the public on the adoption floor if the shift is during adoption hours. The duration of the shift is approximately two hours on weekdays and approximately three hours on weekends. A shift is scheduled every other week.

Cat Isolation Caretaker
Providing care and feeding of CHA isolation cats. Administering medication may be required. The duration of the shift varies proportionately to the number of isolated cats; no longer than two hours. A shift is scheduled every other week. While this position operates within the time frame of a regularly scheduled shift, the Cat Isolation Care Worker cannot intermingle in any other area of the shelter and must leave the shelter immediately when Isolation tasks are completed.

Dog Isolation Caretaker
Providing care and feeding of CHA isolation dogs. Administering oral medication may be required. The duration of the shift varies proportionately to the number of isolated dogs; no longer than two hours. A shift is scheduled every other week. While this position operates within the time frame of a regularly scheduled shift, once the Dog Isolation Care Worker enters the Isolation area, the worker cannot intermingle in any other area of the shelter and must leave the shelter immediately when Isolation tasks are completed.

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