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New World Primate Caregiver/Documentarian

Pacific Primate Sanctuary, Inc.

Title: New World Primate Caregiver/Documentarian
Status: Housing provided, full time on site position w/1 year commitment required
Posting Date: January 2019

Position Available (on-going) for New World Primate Caregiver/Documentarian at Pacific Primate Sanctuary, Maui, Hawaii

This is truly a Sanctuary, a beautiful place for the right person. We would welcome someone with a background and interest in animal husbandry, welfare and conservation, exotic veterinary medicine, biology, and related fields, who is a mature team player with respect for others. We need a good, clear communicator (written and spoken English), and coordinator with a minimal personal agenda, who seeks mutual growth for all and is able to make a long term commitment to the primates and the staff. The Sanctuary does not offer summer, or other short term, internships. A one year commitment is requested.  

The position requires a self-starter and hard worker, someone who is humble, compassionate, self-reliant, organized, professional, computer literate, open to learning, capable of problem solving and completing a task. We need someone who can function independently as well as in a group. Our Resident Intern  would need to be physically fit, with no communicable diseases or criminal record, who has a driver's license and would enjoy a rural lifestyle with simple amenities. PPS welcomes international applications; citizens of foreign countries would need to secure their own visas and permits independently.

Responsibilities of an animal caregiver involve: providing daily care, enrichment, and nurturing to 40+/- monkeys, administering medications, preparing food, cleaning enclosures, and maintaining the Sanctuary facility. Office assistance would include: administering the volunteer program (scheduling, processing of applications, advertising), data entry (Mac- Filemaker Pro, Excel, Word), correspondence, record-keeping, and public relations. After the training period, managerial duties would be added and more technical training may be available. This is full time position, including on-call duties as needed.

Pacific Primate Sanctuary is a nonprofit organization (501(C)(3), run entirely by volunteers. Our staff is made up of 7-10 volunteer caregivers (who volunteer one or more shifts each week), 1-3 interns,  and a support system of veterinary and other professionals. Since the well-being of the monkeys is our primary focus, they are not on exhibit, the facility is not open to the public and they are not subjected to any medical research.

As a result, our organization is not eligible for funding from any governmental agencies nor do we receive funds from admission, as would a public zoo. Therefore, we must rely solely upon donations from compassionate individuals and organizations. Our operating budget is extremely small. Financial independence for living expenses would be required. If you are considering the possibility of seeking grant support on your own, supplementary funds for needs other than housing could be built into your budget.
We provide a fully furnished and equipped 24-foot Yurt and a 16-foot Yurt (traditional round structures designed specifically for tropical living) and utilities. An organic garden and fruit orchard exist on-site. The Yurt is adjacent to the Sanctuary on a large piece of rainforest property with its own bathroom facilities. You would be trained by experienced members of our staff in all aspects of New World primate care (Callithrix, Cebus, and Ateles) and have the opportunity to become a primary animal caregiver.

You may begin making application for the position by submitting the following: your Letter of Intent in making application, your Resume/CV, three Letters of Reference (from instructors, employers etc.), a copy of your TB clearance and general physical. We look forward to hearing from you.

Me Ke Aloha No Na Holoholona,
With Love For The Animals,

Lucy L. Wormser
Founder and President

Pacific Primate Sanctuary, Inc.
500 A  Haloa Road
Haiku, Maui, Hawaii  96708

Sanctuary Phone & Fax: 808. 572.8089
President's Phone: 808. 572.4567



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Operations Associate, Chicago

Title: Operations Associate
Status: Hourly, Full-Time
Posting Date: April 2018

The Young Center for Immigrant Children’s Rights invites applications for the position of
Operations Associate in the Young Center’s Chicago headquarters. The Young Center is dedicated to
promoting the best interests—safety and well-being—of unaccompanied and separated immigrant
children in the United States. The immediate focus of the Young Center’s work is to serve as Child
Advocate (best interests guardian ad litem in immigration proceedings) for unaccompanied and
separated children. The Young Center is at the forefront of best interests advocacy for unaccompanied
immigrant children and is the only organization in the country serving as Child Advocate for detained,
unaccompanied children. We are headquartered in Chicago with offices in Harlingen, Texas; San
Antonio; Houston; Los Angeles; Phoenix; New York; and Washington, D.C.
The Administrative Department of the Young Center supports an organization of 40 employees in six
states. The Department manages the administrative function of the organization, including finance,
compliance, IT, human resources, vendor management, and facilities. Administrative Department staff
work closely with both program staff and the Development Department. The Operations Associate will
play an essential role on the team, working primarily and closely with the Managing Director on
personnel management, including payroll, hiring, onboarding, offboarding, and training. This position is
an outstanding opportunity for someone with a genuine enthusiasm for and talent in systems creation,
improvement, and administration.

Primary Responsibilities

  • Manage payroll for the organization, working with a third-party payroll vendor.
  • Oversee work of third-party IT provider, including coordinating service; monitoring activity and billing; and working collaboratively to identify and address recurring or systemic problems.
  • Collaborate with third-party IT provider to plan, implement, and evaluate protocols and policies on information security, file storage and management, troubleshooting issues, and user experience.
  • Manage tech inventory, including record maintenance and needs assessments; purchasing; and distribution.
  • Coordinate hiring and onboarding process for all new employees.
  • Provides administrative orientation/training to all new hires.
  • Serve as primary contact with an array of state and local agencies on payroll and governance matters.
  • Manage the organizational calendar, as well as departmental calendars.
  • Manage vendor relationships, including oversight and payment on organization-wide accounts.
  • Work with Managing Director to ensure sound and efficient operational systems and setups.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Education and Qualifications

  • Associates degree or higher, or equivalent work experience; at least 2 years relevant experience.
  • Excellent organizational and time-management skills
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office, experience using cloud-based systems, and general tech-savviness
  • Must be analytical and detail-oriented to the highest degree
  • Must possess sound judgment and integrity
  • Enthusiasm for and talent in systems creation and administration
  • Payroll experience preferred
  • Ability to take initiative and work collaboratively
  • Ability to successfully manage multiple responsibilities and deadlines
  • Highly skilled at problem solving and troubleshooting

The Young Center is an "at-will" and equal opportunity employer. Applicants and employees shall not be discriminated against because of race, religion, sex, national origin, ethnicity, age, mental or physical disability, sexual orientation, gender (including pregnancy and gender expression) identity, color, marital status, veteran status, medical condition, or any other classification protected by federal, state, or local law or ordinance. Reasonable accommodation will be made so that qualified disabled applicants may participate in the application process. Please advise in writing of special needs at the time of application.

Pay is commensurate with experience. The Young Center provides an excellent benefits package, including health insurance paid 100% by company and three weeks of vacation annually.

Review of candidates will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. Please email a cover letter, resume, three references and a writing sample to and include the title “Operations Associate” in the subject line. To learn more about the Young Center’s work, please visit



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Heritage Flight Museum

Heritage Flight Museum seeking Collections Intern
Job Description

Job Title: Collections Intern

Hours: 12-20 hours/week, flexible schedule M-F

Compensation: Unpaid

Summary: The Heritage Flight Museum seeks a Collections Intern to assist in the care and maintenance of the artifacts and archives in the collection. The Collections Intern will assist the Collections Manager in cataloging and organizing the current collection as well as the intake of new items as they are donated. This position does not require any experience working in a museum or with Past Perfect Museum Software, we will provide training.

Basic Requirements:

  • Currently enrolled in or recently graduated from a Museum Studies, Anthropology, or History program.
  • Ability to commit to a minimum of 12 hours per week
  • Computer skills, primarily working in a Microsoft Windows environment
  • Ability to learn new computer software quickly
  • Must be a self-starter and be able to think creatively
  • Knowledge of or interest in military and aviation history is plus

Essential Job Functions:

  • Assist in cataloging and organizing artifacts and archives already in the collection
  • Assist in cataloging new donations as they come
  • Utilize Past Perfect Museum Software to update and create database entries for each item in the collection
  • Be able to research artifacts to create full and detailed catalog listings for each item
  • Assist in creating an organizational system for the current collection

Physical Demands and Work Environment:

May be required to lift up to 50lbs. Ability to be aware of ones surroundings is critical as the Heritage Flight Museum is a flying museum, so often aircraft will be moving, starting up, and flying.


The Heritage Flight Museum is located at 15053 Crosswind Dr, Burlington, WA 98233. Our office can be reached at 360-424-5151

Application Procedure:

Please submit a resume and letter of interest to

Posted: March 20, 2018