Foster application vetters will be cold calling applications to foster that come in via email or from events.
Respond to all when they are able take an interview so the rest of the team is aware of which applications still need attention and which are covered.
Use the provided questionnaire to conduct professional interviews of applicants within 24 hours of the application coming.
Input data from the questionnaire into the appropriate area of the Foster Worksheet.
Report findings to the team so further action may be taken in sending out Welcome email when applications have been approved.
Professionally able to decline a foster offer when needed.
CONTACTS WITH OTHERS: Will have regular and continuous contact virtually or over the phone with team leaders, foster representatives, potential foster parents, and other volunteers. Contacts with others will require tactful exchanges and a positive, professional demeanor.
CONTROLS OVER WORK: This position reports to the Foster Vetter Team Lead, the Foster Directors, and the Executive Director.
Education and Experience: Must be a high school graduate with some related animal/rescue group experience preferred.
Ability to work virtually (phone, email). Must be able to access to the internet at least 2 days per week.
Must be moderately proficient in use of a computer.
Must have excellent oral and written communication skills, and be organized and skilled at record-keeping.
Must be comfortable in cold calling applicants and conducting professional interviews on behalf of DPA.