If so, we are looking to fill one full-time Animal Care Technician vacancy in our shelter in Troutdale, Oregon. As the successful candidate, you are a self-motivated and organized individual with excellent listening and oral communication skills. Your curiosity about why animals behave the way they do and human-animal relationships leads you to find the best solution possible for every issue you encounter. Your customer services skills are rivaled by nobody and going the extra mile is just the way you do business. You embrace the opportunity to interact with people from cultural backgrounds different than your own.
Adoptable Pets - Happy Tails Pet Center
The center, located just east of North Greeley Avenue at 29th and North Lombard, will be open to the public Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays, providing a more central location for the community to adopt local pets, license pets and access important MCAS services. It will serve as a satellite location for the Multnomah County Animal Services shelter in Troutdale.
Adopt a Pet | Oregon Humane Society
Multnomah County Animal Services is located in Troutdale, Oregon. We are a progressive, open admission, public animal care and control agency guided by a mission to protect "the health, safety and welfare of animals and people in Multnomah County. We serve all 766,135 residents of Multnomah County, including the cities of Portland, Gresham, Troutdale, Fairview, Wood Village, Maywood Park and all unincorporated areas. We provide humane shelter for the community's lost, stray and unwanted animals. Our shelter hospital has been accredited by the American Animal Hospital Association since 2006. We provide 24-hour response to animal emergencies and public safety incidents involving animals. We provide education and enforcement of the community's responsible pet ownership laws. We provide lost and found services, pet adoption services, and licensing for dogs, cats and animal facilities. We have a growing volunteer program with over 200 active volunteers. We are responsible for investigating cases of animal abuse and neglect, animal bites, and regulating potentially dangerous dogs.
Lost & Found Pets | Oregon Humane Society