Leadership in critical areas of operations is vital to our success.
If you are a driven, ambitious individual with leadership and managerial skills, we would love to hear from you.
- District Coordinators
District Coordinators act as the leader and coordinator of a district, or area, of Lab Rescue. They coordinate all of the volunteer, veterinary and event management of an area, with the help of Assistant Coordinators, Event Coordinators and Foster Coordinators.
- Assistant District Coordinators
Assistant District Coordinators, backup and assist District Coordinators in the management of their area.
The responsibilities of a District/Assistant District Coordinator include (but are not limited to):
- Coordination of all volunteer activities within the area, with the help of a Volunteer Coordinator;
- Coordination of all event activities within the area, with the help of an Event Coordinator;
- Coordination of all foster homes within the area, with the help of a Foster Coordinator;
- Approve area expeditures submitted from vet partners in conjunction with accounting;
- Arrange veterinary care for dogs fostered within the area;
- Work in conjunction with other areas on transporting or transfers of dogs;
- Help evaluate and manage the intake of dogs within the area;
- Participate in monthly phone conferences on the status of your area;
- Make sure all Lab Rescue policies, principals and guidelines are being adhered to;
- Work with the Director of Operations on problematic situations needing escalation to the board.
The average commitment for this position is a minimum of 24 volunteer hours per week, approximately. You must be able to be readily reached via phone and email.
All District Coordinators report to the Director of Operations for Lab Rescue, which is a board appointed position.
Interested in learning more? For more information about leadership positions within Lab Rescue, please complete our Volunteer Application and you will be contacted by a volunteer in your area who can discuss them with you further.