AARCS Is Hiring!
AARCS is Hiring!
We would like to take this opportunity to thank Shaylene Jones for her commitment to the Dog Foster Home Manager position over the past year. She has been a great asset to AARCS and helped see us through another great year! We wish her all the best as she returns to her career. That being said we still expect to she her around AARCS in a volunteer capacity. Her last official day on the job will be March 13th, 2014, but she has agreed to continue helping to help with the transition.
We are now looking for an ideal candidate to take over the dog program. We have changed up the job description to accommodate for our expected growth with the new title of Dog Program Manager and will be looking to fill some additional volunteer foster home coordinator roles in the near future.
If you are interested in applying for this position please send your resume and cover letter to email@example.com. Resumes will be accepted until March 13, 2015. Due to the high volume of applications only those chosen to be interviewed will be contacted.
If you have any questions at all, please feel free to contact me.
Alberta Animal Rescue Crew Society
There was a huge hole in our hearts when we lost our last dog to cancer over the summer…so as the saying goes, it was really her who rescued us! Thank you AARCS for all you do and for giving us the chance to bring Krystal into our hearts and our home!
My heartfelt thank you to all of the volunteers that are involved on a daily basis with any of the rescue associations that we have here in Alberta, thank you. Without you guys doing what you do, we wouldn’t have her. Rescue is the way to go!
People are always asking what kind of dog he is, to which I proudly say “He’s a Rescue!”. Thank you AARCS for bringing this beautiful boy home to us.
I have you at Aarcs to thank for everything. Thank you for seeing the potential in a broken, sick, struggling dog. Keep up the good work. What you do is important. It is making a difference and it looks like love.