Program Manager, NSNP
The Program Manager of the National Spay/Neuter Project has extensive experience with and a thorough understanding of high-quality, high-volume spay/neuter. The person in this role reports to and works closely with the Veterinary Staff Manager. Independently or together with other members of the NSNP team, this person evaluates all aspects of a spay/neuter program on site and makes appropriate recommendations for a program to work towards sustainability and long-term autonomy and success. He or she helps ensure that the needs of the communities who participate in the Project are met, overseeing the maintenance and annual revision of training and post-training materials The Program Manager must be a confident and well-informed representative of SNO and the ASPCA and be a lively and engaging speaker, capable of analyzing situations and discussing strategies appropriately for groups of any size, both internal and external to the organization. This person participates with our own staff in the execution of MASH and in-clinic clinics locally and nationally.
- Assist the NSNP team with development and revision of all NSNP training materials, customized for specific program needs.
- Work with NSNP Veterinary Staff Manager, NSNP Remote Program Manager, NSNP team and other ASPCA staff to provide community assessments, and ongoing pre- and post-training support for NSNP participating groups.
- Represent the NSNP with CO and ACG as needed to evaluate opportunities for the NSNP.
- Identify specific needs of each training group in order to properly customize NSNP trainings.
- Assist NSNP participating groups with developing outreach strategies, choosing clinic locations, streamlining daily clinic flow, increasing fundraising, and other operations.
- Collaborate with ASPCA Legal and Grants departments to create, maintain and update grant application materials.
- Work with Shelter Research & Development team to determine appropriate statistics to collect from communities to measure NSNP impact, perform statistics collection from communities who have participated in the NSNP and collect participant community data submissions regularly.
- Input and review raw data from communities to demonstrate NSNP impact.
- Coordinate training itineraries, including medical staffing, customer service, software, administration, budgeting, inventory, staff management, use of M6 and book all travel.
- Demonstrate proficiency in shelter software and other applicable data systems in order to teach and support communities.
- Lead meetings and present on the NSNPas required.
- Coordinate and help execute NSNP MASH clinics.
- Demonstrate expertise in volunteer management, urban and rural outreach, inventory, human resources and budgeting as it pertains to a spay/neuter programs.
- Ensure program participants attend the bi-annual Cutting Edge conference.
- Other duties as assigned.
Education and Qualifications:
- Bachelor’s degree or higher in relevant field required
- Strong computer skills including Microsoft Office required
- Project management skills/experience required
- Strong interpersonal and presentation skills
- Strong organizational skills, attention to detail and record keeping
- Must have the ability to work independently as well as part of a team
- Veterinary or animal welfare experience required
- Staff or volunteer management and training experience required
- This is a full-time position. Exact schedule to be determined. Position may require overtime or flexibility in schedule on weekends and evenings. This position will involve substantial periods of travel.
Our generous benefit package includes the following for full-time employees and (if qualified, we offer domestic partner coverage!) Medical, Dental, Vision, STD, LTD, 401(k), Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA), Transit checks, Tuition Assistance Program, Training Seminars, EAP, 50% hospital discount, Vacation, Sick, Personal & Company Holiday time off.