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Education Outreach Manager

January 08, 2024 7:54 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)


615 Virginia St SE, Albuquerque, NM 87108


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  • 401(k)
  • Dental insurance
  • Employee assistance program
  • Health insurance
  • Paid time off
  • Vision insurance


Under the direction of the Director of Outreach & Volunteer Programs, the Outreach & Education Manager oversees the growth, management & program success for several key Community Outreach programs: Pet Health Fairs and the New Mexico Humane Conference. This role also oversees the organization’s youth & adult Humane Education programs.


Pet Health Fairs

Plans and executives free-to low-cost vaccination and microchip clinics in target areas of Albuquerque. Completes site visits, assists with securing veterinary support and stewardship, maintains inventory, orders behavior and medical supplies, completes paperwork, manages day-of event activities, and completes necessary post-event data entry. Tracks and manages program budget. Events should occur at least four times annually.

New Mexico Humane Conference

Act as Chair for the annual New Mexico Humane Conference (NMHC), and oversee all aspects of planning, including budget development, venue arrangements, speaker solicitation, sponsor & exhibitor solicitation and fundraising to meet annual goals. Complete work with guidance & direction from the Executive Director & Director of Outreach & Volunteer Programs. Plan other animal welfare professional development opportunities as directed by the Executive Director. This requires monitoring trends within the animal welfare industry to ensure up-to-date educational materials and topics are provided by selected speakers.

Humane Education

Oversee the operations of all youth & adult education programs at Animal Humane. Provide leadership & support to the Humane Educator in delivering humane education lessons and materials to both youth and adults around the Central New Mexico region. Assist the Humane Educator with graphic design, website, or other marketing requests, assist in volunteer recruitment and stewardship and assist in planning for Winter Adventure Camp & Camp Humane Summer Camp. Ensure Humane Educator has sufficient volunteer or staff support, filling in when necessary for presentations, tours, service projects or at camp.

Administrative Tasks

· Contributes to monthly Board/SMT reports.

· Maintain accurate data records for all programs.

· As needed, assist with grant reporting, grant research and solicitation in partnership with the Development department.

· Track all program invoices in respective budgets.

· Conduct staff evaluations for Humane Educator.

· All other duties as assigned by the Director of Outreach & Volunteer Programs.

Program Management

1. For all programs under their preview:

o Maintain accurate data records to consistently analyze processes & procedures for efficient & effective program operations.

o Track all program invoices and ensure prompt payment to partners.

o Manage program costs and accurately track internal and grant reporting.

2. Ensure the continuation of accurate and easy-to-interpret data records for all department initiatives/program under their purview.

3. Produce copy for newsletters, mailed letters, marketing collateral, grant proposals or other printed materials as needed.

4. Attend and/or participate in Animal Humane events on an as-needed or as-requested basis. Work as a team member among all departments at Animal Humane.

5. Participate in webinars, on-line discussion lists and similar to continuously improve skills, build knowledge of best practices and develop new ideas within volunteer management.



A minimum of a bachelor’s degree in business, marketing, communications, social work, education or directly related field is required. In lieu of a degree, consideration will be given to an appropriate and significant related experience in project coordination and/or community outreach experience. Experience within animal welfare industry encouraged.

Knowledge, Skills & Abilities

· Outstanding verbal and written communication skills.

· Bilingual fluency in English and Spanish is highly desirable.

· Experience with event planning and project management.

· Ability to work with diverse groups of individuals and organizations, including staff, volunteers, community leaders, board, public, businesses, and media.

· Familiarity with national animal welfare trends and industry developments.

· Familiarity with the operations and cultures within private practice veterinary clinics preferred.

· Experience with a variety of pet care topics and information.

· Ability to think critically to assist pet owners to help their pets find care in non-emergency and emergency situations.

· Demonstrated leadership and diplomatic skills in collaborating between departments.

· Self-starter; strong organizational skills with keen attention to detail and ability to multi-task. Demonstrated ability to meet deadlines.

· Word processing, e-mail and internet skills required.

· Team player who can change directions at a moment’s notice.

· Strong public speaking and presentation skills required.

· Demonstrated positive team attitude and commitment to solutions-focused thinking.

· Applicants must have a valid New Mexico driver’s license and clean driving record.

Full-Time Position

The chosen applicant will be asked to work a minimum of 40 hours per week. However, during certain times of the year this role requires flexible working hours that may include evening and weekend hours. Requires a good working knowledge of Animal Humane operations, program, and services.

Job Type: Full-time

Pay: $45,000.00 per year


  • 401(k)
  • Dental insurance
  • Employee assistance program
  • Health insurance
  • Paid time off
  • Vision insurance


  • 8 hour shift

Work Location: In person

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