The Milo Foundation occasionally has job openings at both Milo Point Richmond in Richmond, California, and the Milo Sanctuary east of Willits, California. If you've ever wanted a meaningful job working with animals that does not involve dealing with the heartbreak of euthanasia, but rather rescuing animals from that fate, then check out current listings and send an inquiry to one of the addresses shown below.
For MPR positions, read the description of the position available, to be sure it is what you are looking for. If it is, then email your cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org with "Job Application" and your name in the subject line.
The Milo Sanctuary is currently hiring a Health and Canine Care Manager. The Milo Foundation Sanctuary cares for harder to adopt animals, mostly
dogs and cats, but also farm animals and equines. The Sanctuary is
located a long winding ten miles east of the town of Willits in Mendocino
County. It is rural, rugged and remote. People who need a lot of
social activities or work companionship and supervision will not succeed in this position. There is uneven ground, dust, mud, trees, meadows and creeks,
hills and valleys on 283 acres. There are jumping, rowdy and difficult
dogs, fractious cats, rodent issues, non-stop maintenance of buildings
and vehicles, and a tight budget. The majority of the animals are not
likely to be adopted - but many are, and if you are interested in
helping make that happen, and can work in a tough outdoor environment,
then perhaps this is the job for you! For all the details and to apply, please CLICK HERE.