Wildlife Rescue Inc. of New Mexico

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Rehabilitation Coordinator
24 hours per week, some weekend hours required
Reports directly to Board of Director Officers

The Rehabilitation Coordinator will work for Wildlife Rescue Inc of NM (WRINM), a nonprofit organization established in 1981. The Rehabilitation Coordinator will be expected to work closely and collaboratively with the WRINM Volunteers and Rehabilitation Managers. Coordination, collaboration and implementing changes with managers and volunteers are important. Team building and communication efforts with a diverse group of individuals is essential.
Job Requirements
Within 60 days of hire, must apply for and be granted a wildlife rehabilitation permit under WRINM’s wildlife rehabilitation permit per New Mexico Administrative Code Section 19.35.5
Three years of experience in wildlife rehabilitation required.
Must have successful completion of “Basic Wildlife Rehabilitation” and “Pain and Wound Management” classes by IWRC.
WRINM has implemented a mandatory COVID-19 vaccination requirement. All WRINM volunteers and staff must provide proof of current vaccination.
Must have a valid driver’s license and a personal, dependable insured vehicle available for use, required

Duties involved are, but not limited to:
1. Ensure all volunteer positions are staffed for each shift. This may include filling Shift Manager positions if volunteer managers are not available, weekdays or weekends.
2. Oversee the recruitment and training of WRINM volunteers, be available for questions and offering support when needed.
3. Assure WRINM’s compliance with all applicable state and federal laws, rules and regulations relating to wildlife rehabilitation
4. Disseminate and update protocols as necessary for the treatment and disposition of all animals in WRINM’s care, and WRINM’s intake and other record-keeping procedures
5. Order and track clinic supplies for the care, treatment and disposition of animal care by WRINM. Attention to detail and accuracy is important.
6. Maintain relationships with educational facilities, veterinarians and other rescue organizations and individual rehabilitators.
7. Must have a valid driver’s license and a personal, dependable insured vehicle available for use, required.
8. Must be able to successfully pass a background and department of motor vehicle background check, required.

If interested, please send inquiries and resume to HR@wildliferescuenm.org
Pay range: $15.00 - $25.00 / per hour based on experience

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