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At HSBC, finding the right fit extends well beyond finding forever homes for our animals. We believe in finding team members that are a right fit as well. And we know - sometimes this happens when when we least expect it. So, positions noted as "Accepting Applications" mean we aren't actively filling an open position but if the purrrfect fit comes along, we're open to it! Positions noted as "Open Position" mean we are actively hiring to fill an open position.



Accepting Resumes

The Executive Director will plan, organize, and develop programs that meet the objectives of the Humane Society Barron County and seek opportunities to improve services and direct the day-to-day operations of the shelter. The Executive Director works closely with the Shelter Lead to oversee all aspects of animal care and personnel management while having primary responsibility for the business and financial management while upholding the shelter’s mission, vision, and values. Other key duties include fundraising, marketing, and community outreach. The Executive Director will be the shelter’s visible spokesperson and will have a unique opportunity to positively influence the community.


Accepting Applications

The Animal Caregiver is responsible for the physical, emotional and behavioral needs of all animals at the Humane Society of Barron County. The Animal Caregiver must objectively communicate medical and behavioral observations appropriately, be respectful of HSBC facilities and animals, while also understanding the animals in their care are adjusting to a shelter environment. The Animal Caregiver is responsible for helping alleviate the stress of this adjustment period through proper cleaning protocols, low-stress handling, and enriching the lives of all animals.


Accepting Resumes

The Shelter Manager is responsible for the daily operations of the Humane Society of Barron County; including internal systems and policies and procedures management of staff and volunteers. The Shelter Manager provides leadership, oversight, and planning to ensure that all areas of the shelter are operating at the highest standard possible. Due to a small staff, the Shelter Manager may also need to step in and perform any of the duties performed by the Animal Caregiving staff.