Full-Time Kennel Attendant

The Humane Society of Tampa Bay has a full-time Kennel Attendant position available immediately. Kennel Attendants work hands on with the animals each day to keep them clean and comfortable while they wait for their new family to adopt them. Duties include cleaning kennels and cages, feeding the animals, laundry, washing dishes, mopping floors, restocking supplies and transferring animals from Intake to our shelter for adoption.

Candidate must be a self-starter, work well with others, have a positive attitude and the ability to multitask in a busy environment. The ability to lift 50 lbs on a regular basis is required along with a genuine concern for the welfare of animals. Previous experience in a kennel or animal clinic environment is preferred. Weekends required, great benefit package included.

If interested and qualified please fill out an employment application and mail, email or fax with resume to the attention of Tammy Nohrer, Kennel Supervisor, 3607 N. Armenia Avenue, Tampa, FL 33607; TammyN@humanesocietytampa.org; 813.876.0765 (FAX). No phone calls, please.

The Humane Society of Tampa Bay is an Equal Opportunity Employer and Drug-Free Work Place.


The Humane Society of Tampa Bay employs more than 90 people with a wide variety of job skills.

If you are interested in working at the Humane Society of Tampa Bay and would like to submit an application to keep on file, please download and fill out the employment application and mail it to Humane Society of Tampa Bay, Attention: Maria Dayton, Human Resources Manager, 3607 N. Armenia Ave., Tampa, FL, 33607, OR fax it to the attention of Maria Dayton, Human Resources Manager, to (813) 876-0765, OR e-mail it to MariaD@humanesocietytampa.org. Please note the type of job that interests you.

To download the employment application you will need Adobe Reader which you can download for free HERE.

Happy Tails # 762
Cody and Gia came to HSTB this December with donations in tow! They used to be Betty Boop and Cody and were extremely emaciated when we took them in two years ago. One of our Gold-shirt volunteers fostered them back to health and they have found a wonderful forever family! Now they are so happy and healthy. The profile picture is them with their new family and donations, and the picture below is their reunion with their foster mom, Ornella. What a happy ending and great gift for the holidays to see them again. ~Ben Moehnert, HSTB Adoption Manager

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