- Engaging with members of local communities to raise awareness of neutering
- Coordinating events and activities which aim to change human behaviour to deliver long-lasting impact for cats
- Delivering talks and presentations to mixed groups about the importance of neutering cats
- Recruiting and supporting volunteers to act as champions for projects in their own communities
- Developing programmes and awareness-raising events and activities for all age groups
- Collaborating with other charities and groups to spread the neutering message
You’ll need GCSEs in Maths and English (Grade C or above) or equivalent. A qualification in a Community Development subject is a bonus, as is an animal welfare qualification. A large part of the job is communication and teamwork, so you’ll need experience of working with a range of community groups and be a confident communicator.
Running their own projects and helping spread a vital message for the charity.