LifeLine Animal Project was recently awarded the contract for management of Fulton County Animal Services (FCAS) by the Fulton County Board of Commissioners and will take over operations effective March 1, 2013. In anticipation of this new venture, LifeLine Staff is working hard to line up new staff and volunteers to operate FCAS.
The following information is from the LifeLine website regarding the filling of the positions at FCAS:
“As part of the transition of the contract for management of Fulton County Animal Services, LifeLine will be filling positions over the next 30 days. It is our goal to provide exemplary animal services to Fulton County. We know that the success of an organization is due in large part to the efforts of its employees. LifeLine wants to create the very best organization possible to meet animal services challenges in the future.”
Click here if you are interested in applying for one of the many positions that will be available as LifeLine begins operations of FCAS. The positions include both administrative and animal care jobs: Adoption Counselor, Animal Control Officer, Customer Service Representative, Dispatcher, Enforcement Supervisor, Kennel Attendant, Kennel Supervisor, Rescue Coordinator, Veterinarian. Veterinary Technician and Volunteer Coordinator.
LifeLine will also be holding an organizational meeting to kick-off their Fulton Volunteer and Outreach programs on Feb. 21 at 7 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall of the Druid Hills United Methodist Church (1200 Ponce de Leon Ave NE - at the corner of Briarcliff, Atlanta, GA 30306). LifeLine posted the following information on their Facebook page concerning this meeting:
“This is a great opportunity to get to know LifeLine staff and meet our incredible community of supporters. You can sign up for existing opportunities, learn more about our mission, and help us create a county animal shelter devoted to saving lives. We have a lot of work ahead and we need you! Light refreshments will be provided. Please RSVP to Volunteer@LifeLineAnimal.org. Hope to see you there!”
About LifeLine Animal Project (from April 17, 2012 Press Release)
“Since 2002 LifeLine has worked tirelessly to end the euthanasia of healthy and treatable dogs and cats in area shelters, promote adoption and rescue and rehabilitate homeless pets who have nowhere else to turn. The non-profit operates two low-cost Spay & Neuter Clinics to serve other rescue groups and the public and have performed 50,000 spay/neuter surgeries to date. More than 130,000 dogs and cats will enter Atlanta area shelters in a year’s time, at a cost to the taxpayers of more than $15 million annually, LifeLine’s clinics are an affordable option and are vital to easing this burden.”