Animal Welfare League (AWL), Queensland cares for over 10,000 stray and abandoned companion animals every year and re-homes animals at the highest rate in Australia.
Animal Welfare League (AWL), South Australia has a vision to become a leading animal welfare and care facility recognised nationally for the provision and development of services for animals in need.
Australian Orangutan Project exists to ensure the survival of both Sumatran and Bornean orangutan species in their natural habitat and promote the welfare of all orangutans. The project raises awareness of the need to preserve orangutan populations in their natural habitat and the intrinsic value of individual orangutans.
Earthwatch Institute Australia engages people worldwide in scientific field research and education to promote the understanding necessary for a sustainable environment.
Greenpeace Australia is an independent campaigning organisation that uses non-violent direct action to expose global environmental problems and to force solutions which are essential to a green and peaceful future. Greenpeace has a goal to ensure the ability of the earth to nurture life in all its diversity.
Lort Smith Animal Hospital, Victoria has been dedicated to the care and welfare of animals and their owners for more than 70 years. The hospital was recently completely rebuilt and now has 8 consulting suites, 4 surgical theatres, a large dental and small procedures room, and 16 animal wards including a dedicated intensive care unit and isolation ward. The hospital also provides care for stray and unwanted animals, a dedicated cattery and kennels reunite or re-home thousands of cats and dogs each year.
RSPCA Australia has the following objectives: "To prevent cruelty to animals by ensuring the enforcement of existing laws at federal and state level. To procure the passage of such amending or new legislation as is necessary for the protection of animals. To develop and promote policies for the humane treatment of animals that reflect contemporary values and scientific knowledge. To educate the community with regard to the humane treatment of animals. To engage with relevant stakeholders to improve animal welfare. To sustain an intelligent public opinion regarding animal welfare. To operate facilities for the care and protection of animals".
RSPCA ACT, Australian Capital Territory The main functions of the Society in the ACT are: to investigate cases of alleged cruelty or neglect via the Inspectorate; to operate an Animal Shelter; to raise community awareness of animal welfare issues through an education program; to work with Government towards ensuring adequate legislation is in place; and to raise funds to support these functions.
RSPCA Western Australia aims to prevent cruelty to animals by actively promoting their care and protection. Their vision is to be the leading authority in animal care and protection. Jobs with animals working for the RSPCA Western Australia are advertised on their website.
RSPCA New South Wales aims to prevent cruelty to animals by actively promoting their care and protection. Their vision is to be the leading authority in animal care and protection. Jobs with animals working for the RSPCA NSW are advertised on their website.
RSPCA Queensland aims to prevent cruelty to animals by actively promoting their care and protection. Their vision is to be the leading authority in animal care and protection. Jobs with animals working for the RSPCA Queensland are advertised on their website.
RSPCA Victoria aims to prevent cruelty to animals by actively promoting their care and protection. Their vision is to be the leading authority in animal care and protection. Jobs with animals working for the RSPCA Victoria are advertised on their website.
WWF Australia works to conserve Australia's plants and animals by ending land clearing and degradation, addressing climate change, and preserving and protecting fresh water, marine and land environments. Their work spans the full spectrum of conservation activities - from on-ground field projects through to long-term, large-scale programs and policy formulation through to public and political campaigns.
World Society for the Protection of Animals (Australia & New Zealand) works with hundreds of member societies worldwide to raise the standard of international animal welfare. Their vision is a world where animal welfare matters and animal cruelty ends. They expose animal abuse and enforcing stronger laws. WSPA’s Animal Rescue Teams work to save abandoned or neglected animals or those stricken by disasters. Animal jobs in their Australian and New Zealand offices are advertised as they arise.
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