Are you looking for a career with a purpose? Would you like the opportunity to be part of an organization with a mission to care, serve, and improve the lives of companion animals? You’ve found the right place!

Longmont Humane Society provides temporary shelter to thousands of animals every year. We pride ourselves in providing loving attention, nutritious food, meticulous healthcare and daily exercise to the animals we serve. Our staff will tell you LHS is a special and rewarding place to work however, working in animal welfare can be challenging at times. Our staff-based Wellness Committee helps us through those times by fostering a culture of teamwork, compassion, fun and purpose. Apply today if you’re interested in working with animals and passionate and motivated individuals, like yourself. 

Here are some recent survey responses from our clients about our organization:

“Every person we’ve interacted with at LHS has been fantastic, I recommend LHS to every friend and colleague I know who is looking to adopt a pet.”

“A really superb organization. Every interaction we’ve had has been fantastic, and we LOVE OUR NEW DOG!”

LHS provides a variety of benefits to all employees, including discounted veterinary care, pet supplies, adoption fees and free dog training classes. Employees working 30+ hours per week may be eligible for health, dental, 403(b), and life insurance; LHS subsidizes over 70% the employee’s cost of our health plan to keep it as affordable as possible.

To apply for any of our open positions, please email your cover letter, salary requirements, and resume to Crystal Reetz, Human Resources Manager or apply online here!

Available Positions

  • Well Pet Clinic Receptionist
    Full-time $14.00/hr
    The Longmont Humane Society’s Well Pet Clinic Receptionist position is the face of the clinic, sharing information about our services to the community and manages the scheduling, intake, and check-out of patients at the clinic. Full job description
  • Deputy Director
    Full-time $75,000-$95,000
    The Deputy Director manages and directs the creation and implementation of all fundraising, marketing, and communication activities including strategic planning and department budget preparation. This is a great opportunity if you are ready to build and scale innovative partnerships and development programs and serve as an organizational leader. This position reports to the Chief Executive Officer, supervises the Events and Outreach Manager, Development Coordinator, and other team members as assigned. Full job description
  • Facilities Technician
    Full-time, $18.00-$22.00/hour
    The Facilities Technician is responsible for physically completing many of the janitorial, landscaping, preventative maintenance, and safety-related duties involved in the ongoing operations at the building and surrounding property of the Longmont Humane Society. This position reports to the Director of Facilities and Safety. Full job description

  • Animal Care Team Member
    Part-time, $14.00/hour
    Animal Care Team Members are responsible for daily shelter cleaning and providing hands-on care for all shelter animals, assisting with adopter meets, and other duties as assigned. This position reports to the Animal Welfare Team Supervisors. Full job description.

  • Client Care Team Member
    Part-time, $14.00/hour
    Client Care Team Members demonstrate high quality customer service while interacting with clients, actively promoting adoptions and facilitating animal intakes while following protocols, demonstrating excellent critical thinking, and consistently paying attention to detail. This position reports to the Animal Welfare Team Supervisor. Full job description.

  • Training Specialist
    Part-time, $17.00/hour
    The Training Specialist works directly with the Public and Shelter Training Supervisor to support and assist with training & behavior modification programs, including training sessions as well as general physical exercise and mental stimulation. Full job description.

  • Well Pet Clinic Veterinarian
    Full-time or Part-time $44.00-$49.65/hour
    This position provides medical and surgical care for publicly owned animals, and shelter animals on occasion. WPC Veterinarian also provides follow-up on all medical and surgical conditions/complications and provides client communication and support. This position reports to the Chief Medical Director. Full job description