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CITY OF ESCALON

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ESCALON , CA
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ANIMAL SERVICES ASSISTANT

CITY OF ESCALON
ESCALON, CA Part-time
Posted on October 13, 2018

ANIMAL SERVICES ASSISTANT

Part-time

$12.03 - $14.62/hour

City of Escalon is accepting applications for part-time Animal Services Assistant. This position will provide shared weekday, weekend and holiday animal shelter duties; assist in the care and maintenance of the animal shelter by sanitizing and disinfecting animal care areas, with some adoption and returning of animals duties, and to provide positive customer service to the public over the phone and in person. Possession of a valid California Drivers License and the ability to work varied hours including weekdays, holidays and weekends is required. Final Filing Date: CONTINUOUS - This recruitment will close without notice once a sufficient number of qualified applicants have been received. For an application packet: visit our website www.cityofescalon.org or City of Escalon, 2060 McHenry Ave, Escalon, CA 95320. Phone: (209) 691-7419 E.O.E.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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