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ASPCA Expands Equine Welfare Work Looking to Hire Additional Staff


The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA®) is expanding its boots-on-the-ground equine welfare work and is looking for a qualified candidate!

Since launching its Equine Support Centers in the D/FW and OKC areas, the ASPCA has helped nearly 350 horses and their owners achieve good welfare! The next phase of that practical, yet ambitious work is to continuing growing options for horses’ owners to relinquish their horses when they’re unable to rehome them on their own.

We have a need for an Equine Adoption & Marketing (EAM) Specialist, based in the El Reno/Oklahoma City area at theASPCA Equine Transition Center (ETC), the next phase of our work in the open-admission arena that aims to address solutions for the “hard to adopt” equines.

The EAM Specialist will be responsible for testing marketing approaches, creating and testing adoption profiles on the MyRightHorse.org adoption platform, promoting ETC horses for adoption, engaging with potential adopters to help them find their right match, conducting adopter follow-up, and teaching the learnings from the program to shelters and rehoming groupsacross the country.

Click here to learn more about this position and to apply. Got questions? Contact Director of Equine Welfare Tom Persechino at equinesupport@aspca.org.

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