Any glimpse into the life of an
animal quickens our own and
makes it so much the larger
and better in every way.
- John Muir

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Employment

Director of Development (FT)

KCHA is seeking a highly motivated, dynamic, and compassionate individual to serve as Director of Development at Kanawha-Charleston Humane Association (KCHA).  KCHA operates a managed-admissions shelter and high-volume spay/neuter clinic, and is the lead animal control agency in its community.  As the Petco Foundation’s 2017 Paul Jolly Compassion Award winner, KCHA is seeking a candidate who solves problems creatively, believes in helping pets AND their people, and is committed to expanding its lifesaving programs. KCHA is a lifesaving shelter with a 2017 live release of 81% of cats and 97% of dogs.

The Director of Development creates overall fundraising strategies and manages implementation of initiatives designed to build long-term financial stability. The position is responsible for significant growth in all aspects of fundraising to include but not limited to: annual and special events, major and planned giving campaigns, targeted campaigns, and establishment of foundation and corporate relations. The Director of Development is responsible for achieving the organization’s fundraising goals as established annually. Prior experience in development or sales preferred. 

Please email resume, cover letter, and salary requirements with “Community Engagement” in the subject line to: Adam Cunningham, Director of Community Outreach at adam@adoptcharleston.com.

Volunteer Coordinator (FT)

KCHA is seeking a highly motivated, dynamic, and compassionate individual to serve as Volunteer Coordinator at Kanawha-Charleston Humane Association (KCHA).  KCHA operates a managed-admissions shelter and high-volume spay/neuter clinic, and is the lead animal control agency in its community.  As the Petco Foundation’s 2017 Paul Jolly Compassion Award winner, KCHA is seeking a candidate who solves problems creatively, believes in helping pets AND their people, and is committed to expanding its lifesaving programs. KCHA is a lifesaving shelter with a 2017 live release of 81% of cats and 97% of dogs.

The Volunteer Coordinator is responsible for the recruitment, organization and training of individuals interested in volunteer work for animal well-being and the continued organizational success of KCHA. Candidate should have excellent communication skills, provide flexibility in availability, and be committed to serving people and pets. Prior experience in education preferred. 

Please email resume, cover letter, and salary requirements with “Community Engagement” in the subject line to: Adam Cunningham, Director of Community Outreach at adam@adoptcharleston.com.

Community Outreach Coordinator (FT/PT)

KCHA is seeking a highly motivated, dynamic, and compassionate individual to serve as Community Outreach Coordinator at Kanawha-Charleston Humane Association (KCHA).  KCHA operates a managed-admissions shelter and high-volume spay/neuter clinic, and is the lead animal control agency in its community.  As the Petco Foundation’s 2017 Paul Jolly Compassion Award winner, KCHA is seeking a candidate who solves problems creatively, believes in helping pets AND their people, and is committed to expanding its lifesaving programs. KCHA is a lifesaving shelter with a 2017 live release of 81% of cats and 97% of dogs.

The Community Outreach Coordinator is responsible for the recruitment, planning, and execution of special events and the continued organizational success of KCHA. Candidate should have excellent communication skills, provide flexability in availability, and be committed to serving people and pets.

Please email resume, cover letter, and salary requirements with “Community Engagement” in the subject line to: Adam Cunningham, Director of Community Outreach at adam@adoptcharleston.com.