House Rabbit Society Buy a Bunny a Little Time 2019-01-18T03:26:02Z https://rabbit.org/feed/atom/ WordPress Anne Martin <![CDATA[Jobs – Now Hiring!]]> https://rabbit.org/?p=25313 2019-01-18T00:38:47Z 2019-01-18T00:38:37Z

                1/17/19 Volunteer Coordinator/Hop Shop Manager/Membership Assistant Organization: House Rabbit Society is a rabbit rescue and education organization.  This position will be working at House Rabbit Society headquarters, located in Richmond, CA, alongside a staff of four. Supervisor: Executive Director; Program Manager for Membership Assistant role Position: This […]]]>

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1/17/19

Volunteer Coordinator/Hop Shop Manager/Membership Assistant

Organization: House Rabbit Society is a rabbit rescue and education organization.  This position will be working at House Rabbit Society headquarters, located in Richmond, CA, alongside a staff of four.

Supervisor: Executive Director; Program Manager for Membership Assistant role

Position: This full-time position’s roles break down approximately:

25% Volunteer Coordinator
25% Hop Shop Manager
25% Membership Assistant
25% Customer Service

Responsibilities:

25% Volunteer Coordinator

  • Develop and carry out strategies to recruit volunteers through multiple channels such as Facebook, LinkedIn Volunteer Marketplace, Nextdoor, VolunteerMatch, our eNewsletter, pre-vet college student groups, fliers, etc
  • Communicate with and coordinate current and potential volunteers by email, phone, and in person, and manage accompanying data entry needs in Volgistics
  • Build and develop a team of committed volunteers to help with House Rabbit Society’s program needs such as customer service, rabbit adoptions, rabbit daily care, rabbit grooming, bagging hay, spay/neuter clinic assistance, veterinary assistance, administrative assistance, ringing up shop customers, staffing special events
  • Conduct volunteer orientation and trainings
  • Review and update volunteer job descriptions and and volunteer application materials and guidelines. Solicit input and volunteer needs from staff, develop requests for help from volunteers, and develop new volunteer roles
  • Interface between staff members and volunteers

25% Hop Shop Manager

  • Manage inventory in Square POS for on-site and online store, and monitor product expiration dates
  • Place orders with vendors, ensuring shop is well-stocked with items that are safe for rabbits and attractive to rabbit guardians
  • Receive orders
  • Determine and check pricing based on comps and formulas
  • Restock, and organize storage and retail displays
  • Run monthly reporting on sales and best-selling items
  • Create promotions and coordinate with Program Manager on promotions to highlight in eNewsletter and social media
  • Manage online orders, including preparation and shipment of domestic and international orders

25% Membership Assistant

  • Update member records and donation records in eTapestry, our membership CRM
  • Enter donation data from paper donation records into eTapestry
  • Customize, print, and mail thank you letters and membership cards to our members
  • Correspond with members via phone, email, and in person to respond to questions and inquiries, update records, and build relationships with the organization
  • Update recurring payment information
  • Other related membership tasks, as needed

25% Customer Service
With co-workers and volunteers, provide customer service, including:

  • Open the door and greet visitors, give tours of facility
  • Answer phone calls and respond to voicemail messages
  • Educate people about rabbits and provide handouts
  • Counsel rabbit adopters and process adoption paperwork
  • Ring up customers in the Hop Shop
  • Check boarders in/out
  • Groom rabbits

Requirements:

  • Passionate about working for and with rabbits, and committed to House Rabbit Society’s mission (rabbit.org/about-us)
  • Education: Associate or higher degree
  • Experience: Previous experience with either volunteer coordination or retail management or membership/development administration. Experience with eTapestry (or similar development CRM), Volgistics, or Square POS software a plus
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office
  • Reliable and dependable
  • Able to communicate well, with good interpersonal skills. Willingness to be helpful to members, the public, volunteers, and co-workers at all times, and provide good customer service
  • Able to understand and execute detailed instructions, learn and process new information quickly, meet time sensitive demands, and juggle multiple assignments smoothly and professionally, with excellent attention to detail
  • Able to work as a team, work well with people in a diverse workplace environment, and also work independently

Physical Demands:

  • Able to operate a computer keyboard, mouse, telephone, iPad, and other devices
  • Ability to hear, answer, and respond to telephone calls and quickly stand to open the door for visitors
  • Able to stand or sit for extended periods, be positioned in front of a computer monitor for extended periods, and able to lift up to 40 pounds
  • Able to work at a steady pace and complete tasks on schedule
  • Able to be exposed to allergens, including rabbits and grasses/hay

This is a full-time, non-exempt position.

Hours/Days:
8 hour shifts, 5 days a week, regular workweek schedule is negotiable.
Once or twice a month, a couple hours on a weekend day will be needed for new volunteer training.

Salary & Benefits:

  • $38,000-$40,000, dependent upon experience and qualifications
  • Health insurance
  • Dental insurance
  • Paid vacation (1 week/year) & paid sick time (5 days/year)
  • 6 paid holidays per year
  • Retirement benefits
  • Employee discount in the Hop Shop and rabbit boarding

Submit a cover letter and resume via email to hq@rabbit.org with subject line “Volunteer Coordinator Application”

This position description is representative only and is not exhaustive of the tasks an individual may be required to perform.

House Rabbit Society has a non-discrimination policy regarding both the hiring of staff at our headquarters in California, regarding our volunteers around the world, and regarding those whom we serve. We do not discriminate against anyone regardless of gender, race, color, religion, age, national origin, disability, sexual orientation and any other protected classification.

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HRSAdmin <![CDATA[First Emergency Rescue Grant of 2019]]> https://rabbit.org/?p=25294 2019-01-08T00:23:41Z 2019-01-08T00:23:05Z

Our first Emergency Rescue Grant of 2019 has gone to Binky On! Rabbit Rescue, of Harira, Georgia, to help pay for spay/neuters of over a hundred animals, including puppies, kittens, and rabbits who were left to die by a hoarder. Only 23 rabbits survived and were rescued by Binky On!, and they need medical care beyond […]]]>

Our first Emergency Rescue Grant of 2019 has gone to Binky On! Rabbit Rescue, of Harira, Georgia, to help pay for spay/neuters of over a hundred animals, including puppies, kittens, and rabbits who were left to die by a hoarder. Only 23 rabbits survived and were rescued by Binky On!, and they need medical care beyond the spay/neuter.  To find out more, and to help directly, please visit this link.

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Laureen Dzadvosky <![CDATA[Meet Cyndi Lauper!]]> https://rabbit.org/?p=25205 2018-12-25T13:55:28Z 2018-12-25T14:00:38Z

Merry Christmas to everyone (and every Bun) at the House Rabbit Society. Cyndi has been in our home for just under 4 years now (January 29th 2015 was the date we rescued her). She remains a bundle of love in our family. Blessings to all of you throughout the coming year. To submit your own […]]]>

Merry Christmas to everyone (and every Bun) at the House Rabbit Society. Cyndi has been in our home for just under 4 years now (January 29th 2015 was the date we rescued her).
She remains a bundle of love in our family.
Blessings to all of you throughout the coming year.

To submit your own photo, please email photos@rabbit.org.

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HRS <![CDATA[Gift Memberships for the Holidays!]]> http://rabbit.org/?p=17198 2018-11-29T23:27:55Z 2018-11-28T19:15:45Z

When you make a gift membership of $25 or more, from now until the end of 2018, your recipient will receive this original House Rabbit Society holiday card with their membership!]]>

When you make a gift membership of $25 or more, from now until the end of 2018, your recipient will receive this original House Rabbit Society holiday card with their membership!

gift membership button

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Laureen Dzadvosky <![CDATA[Meet Lili!]]> https://rabbit.org/?p=25203 2018-11-19T03:58:12Z 2018-11-26T14:00:15Z

Meet Lili! To submit your own photo, please email photos@rabbit.org.]]>

Meet Lili!

To submit your own photo, please email photos@rabbit.org.

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Laureen Dzadvosky <![CDATA[Meet Sunny!]]> https://rabbit.org/?p=25201 2018-11-19T03:51:49Z 2018-11-25T14:00:45Z

This is Sunny in Florida. She is very inquisitive and loves sending e-mails from Dad’s computer. She is a one year old Dutch/Dwarf at 3.5 pounds. To submit your own photo, please email photos@rabbit.org.]]>

This is Sunny in Florida. She is very inquisitive and loves sending e-mails from Dad’s computer. She is a one year old Dutch/Dwarf at 3.5 pounds.

To submit your own photo, please email photos@rabbit.org.

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Laureen Dzadvosky <![CDATA[Meet Chichi and Ipo!]]> https://rabbit.org/?p=25199 2018-11-19T03:48:41Z 2018-11-24T14:00:14Z

Meet Chichi and Ipo from Maui! To submit your own photo, please email photos@rabbit.org.]]>

Meet Chichi and Ipo from Maui!

To submit your own photo, please email photos@rabbit.org.

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Laureen Dzadvosky <![CDATA[Meet Luna!]]> https://rabbit.org/?p=25197 2018-11-19T03:43:25Z 2018-11-23T14:00:25Z

Meet Luna! I am new to having house rabbits but I am learning everything I can. She is doing great and is slowly getting litter trained she’s beautiful and a lovely new member to the family. On the photo below she is getting a pedicure #rabbittherapy. To submit your own photo, please email photos@rabbit.org.]]>

Meet Luna! I am new to having house rabbits but I am learning everything I can. She is doing great and is slowly getting litter trained she’s beautiful and a lovely new member to the family. On the photo below she is getting a pedicure #rabbittherapy.

To submit your own photo, please email photos@rabbit.org.

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Laureen Dzadvosky <![CDATA[Meet Autumn!]]> https://rabbit.org/?p=25195 2018-11-19T03:39:01Z 2018-11-22T14:00:23Z

Meet Autumn! To submit your own photo, please email photos@rabbit.org.]]>

Meet Autumn!

To submit your own photo, please email photos@rabbit.org.

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Anne Martin <![CDATA[Romaine Lettuce Ok]]> https://rabbit.org/?p=25233 2019-01-18T00:36:23Z 2018-11-21T20:42:00Z

Jan. 9, 2019: The CDC has announced this outbreak appears to be over. ______________________________________________________________ Nov. 21, 2018 This could also make rabbits sick, so please throw away any romaine lettuce you have. Here are the CDC’s recommendations, from yesterday’s Washington Post article: “‘This advice includes all types or uses of romaine lettuce, such as whole […]]]>

Jan. 9, 2019: The CDC has announced this outbreak appears to be over.
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Nov. 21, 2018
This could also make rabbits sick, so please throw away any romaine lettuce you have.

Here are the CDC’s recommendations, from yesterday’s Washington Post article:

“‘This advice includes all types or uses of romaine lettuce, such as whole heads of romaine, hearts of romaine, and bags and boxes of precut lettuce and salad mixes that contain romaine, including baby romaine, spring mix, and Caesar salad,’ the CDC said. ‘If you do not know if the lettuce is romaine or whether a salad mix contains romaine, do not eat it and throw it away.’

The agency also advised consumers to wash and sanitize drawers and shelves where the lettuce was stored. People usually become sick within three or four days of consuming lettuce contaminated with the E. coli, according to the CDC.”
Looking for other leafy greens to feed your rabbits?  Check out our rabbit-safe veggie list on rabbit.org!
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