(951) 688-4340
6165 Industrial Ave, Riverside
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We are a private, nonprofit organization that is not affiliated with any other local or national humane society or SPCA organization.

Mary S. Roberts Pet Adoption Center offers a comprehensive benefits package to our regular, full-time employees. Our benefits are designed to help our staff lead healthy, productive, and rewarding lives.


PERSONAL WELLNESS

  • Medical: 80% employer-paid deductible HMO plans**
  • Dental: 80% employer-paid DHMO, optional buy up PPO coverage available**
  • Vision: included in medical plans, optional buy up coverage available**
  • Paid holidays, PTO and sick leave
  • Bereavement leave

FINANCIAL WELLNESS

  • 403B Retirement Plan
  • Life/AD&D Insurance: 99% employer-paid

PERKS

  • Discounted veterinary products and services
  • Discounted adoption fees
  • Discounts at Critter Corner in-house pet store & off-site Thrift Store
  • Pets at Work program

* Benefits are offered to regular full-time employees.
** Dependents of regular full-time employees are eligible to enroll.

Please send application and resume to our Human Resources Department at 

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Animal Admissions Coordinator

Job Classification Non-Exempt 
Assignment Category Full time/32 – 40 hours per week
Salary Range $16.00 -$21.00 per hour
Department Animal Care
Reports to Senior Operations Manager

Position Summary: The Admissions Coordinator is responsible for all incoming animal movement. Supervises proper admitting of all incoming animals and ensures proper physical and mental health and handling while at MSRPAC. Ensures quality customer service and oversees enrichment for center animals


Humane Educator

Job Classification Non-Exempt 
Assignment Category Full time/32 – 40 hours per week
Salary Range $16.50 -$21.00 per hour
Department Programs & Services
Reports to Progrmas & Services Manager

Position Summary:  Under the general supervision of the Programs & Services Manager, the Humane Educator will utilize opportunities to provide presentations for school age children and other individuals to promote responsible pet care and motivate humane behavior in an effort to reduce the number of unwanted, abused and neglected animals in the community.