Thank you for your interest in employment opportunities at CCHS. Below are the current job openings.

Office Manager


The vision of the Contra Costa Humane Society (CCHS) – a world where all animals are cared for, respected, and loved. The primary responsibility of the Office Manager is operational oversight. Additionally, this person is responsible for volunteer scheduling, recruitment and management. In collaboration with staff and in the execution of CCHS programs and services the Office Manager supports organizational effectiveness and mission delivery.

Essential Functions:


  • Oversee facilities management including serving as key contact for the landlord and all vendors providing services related to the facility(ies) and general operations. Support the Programs Manager and the vendor management and organizational relationships related to animal welfare programs.

  • Work with the Bookkeeper on financials, budgets and long term planning. Determine where we can be cost effective.

  • Ensure that the organization complies with all relevant federal, state and local laws, regulations, and applicable policies set forth by the Board of Directors.

  • Analyze internal and external data to identify long-term trends impacting service delivery, the needs of stakeholders and external opportunities and threats facing the organization.

  • Ensure that CCHS short and long-range strategies, that align the organization’s resources to achieve its mission, are met.

  • Develop and maintain a thorough knowledge of the issues and stakeholders surrounding the work of CCHS.

  • Support the Board of Directors as needed to succeed in its governance role.

Volunteer & Staff Management:

  • Develop and lead volunteer recruitment efforts and ensure volunteers are trained and scheduled for animal welfare programs, administrative roles, outreach events, and fundraising activities. Partner with staff and volunteers on volunteer communications and recognition efforts/events.

  • Oversee staff and volunteers responsible for aspects of financial management and operations including the Bookkeeper.  Oversee staff and volunteers tasked with resource generation (fundraising) including the Development Coordinator.

  • Build collaborative and productive relationships with volunteers, donors, partners and the general public by representing the organization in a positive manner.

  • Participate in the recruitment, employment, development, and release of staff and volunteers and ensure that good human resource and volunteer management practices are in place.

  • Support and leverage the work of volunteers tasked with resource generation (fundraising).


  • Proven ability and at least 2 years experience in managing the operations and finances of a small non-profit organization.

  • Experience in developing, managing, and reporting monthly and annual finances. Experience in budgeting and variance reporting for programs and operations.

  • At least 1 year experience managing staff.

  • Strong problem solving and decision making skills.

  • Excellent communications skills – both written and verbal – and the ability to communicate complex topics to a variety of audiences.

  • Strong interpersonal skills that demonstrate an ability to work productively with a variety of people and groups with varying interests.

  • Proficiency in workplace software programs, including Salesforce, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and QuickBooks.

  • Demonstrated success in establishing and maintaining effective relationships with businesses, volunteers, donors, other non-profit organizations, and government entities.

  • A strong personal connection and commitment to the mission and goals of CCHS.

Please send resume and cover letter to troby@cchumane.org