Employment at Lollypop Farm
Lollypop Farm, the Humane Society of Greater Rochester, is a community-funded nonprofit animal shelter and learning center located in Fairport, NY. It employs over 90 full- and part-time employees with an annual operating budget of $4.5M. Its 140 acre facility shelters a variety of domestic pets and livestock.
Full Time Veterinarian
The primary function of the Veterinarian is to oversee and monitor the health of shelter animals and provide veterinary expertise in accordance with the organizational policies and procedures. Perform spay/neuter surgeries. Assist the Director in establishing and maintaining all health related protocols to maximize animal placement and minimize euthanasia of adoptable animals. Set a professional and positive example for clinic staff. (Some evening and weekend work required.)
Humane Education Coordinator
Lollypop Farm has a full-time position available as the Humane Education Coordinator. The Humane Education Coordinator administers the Humane Education programs and activities of Lollypop Farm that ultimately enhance the quality of life for pets and people in our community, including: Humane Education programs, birthday parties, Summer/Mini Break Camps, Story Time, Shelter Tours, Boy/Girl Scout Troop programs, Rochester City School initiatives, and off-site speaking engagements. Such efforts promote the work of Lollypop Farm by providing access to information, resources, and services. By responding to requests for education, the Humane Education Coordinator helps to foster the human-animal bond in people of all ages in our community. Must be able to work a schedule that fluctuates with event needs.
General Employment Information
Employees at Lollypop Farm must be at least 18 years old. Currently, we do not have a summer jobs program. If you would like to fill out an employment application and submit it for future consideration, you can download the application, fill it out, and mail it to:
Lollypop Farm is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Our Guiding Statement
Our core values unify and guide us to provide the best service to the animals, our community, our organization and ourselves:
Compassion: Showing empathy and sympathy for what others—people and animals—are experiencing through constructive and positive actions.