Hello! Here to share a wonderful job opportunity in Santa Fe, NM at a non-profit animal sanctuary!

Exciting opportunity to connect with multi species of wonderful individuals, many of whom were saved from slaughter. Come witness the beautiful types of interspecies friendships that develop amongst them. Many chances to learn about the care of ruminants and also traditional New Mexico adobe building.

This is a part-time position for 1-3 days a week (M/W/F) cleaning corrals and doing animal care. These sweet critters include goats, sheep, horses, rams, turkeys, peacocks, cats, and dogs. An additional 2 days per week (T/THS) are available for those with building skills for repairing barns and fences, etc.

Job includes:

– Working alongside many farm animals, cleaning corrals, moving hay bales, assisting in hands-on animal care/welfare in various capacities.

– Landscaping and gardening projects galore

– Construction of adobe barns, fencing, animal structures, etc.

Must be:

1. A dedicated, dependable, and compassionate animal lover

2. Completely and totally  >>>>Fragrance Free<<<<

3. English speaking

4. Physically fit and very strong

5. Not afraid of horses

6. Able to work in all weather and must have own transportation

Ideally looking for someone who is self-motivated, has experience with farm animal care and/or gardening and is vegetarian or vegan.

Please respond only if you use solely natural and fragrance-and-chemical-free products.

**Residency is a possibility – Inquire below

TEXT only at 505-660-6690

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About The Sheep Sanctuary Inc.

The Sheep Sanctuary Inc. was founded in 2004, became state certified in 2006 and gained 501c3 status in 2007.
The original mission of The Sheep Sanctuary was to exclusively provide eldercare and hospice care for Sheep. As Goats in need started to show up, we expanded to become New Mexico‘s only vegan farm animal sanctuary specializing in the care of ruminants (especially Sheep and Goats). We provide sanctuary for the elderly, infirm, orphaned, unwanted, discarded or those headed for slaughter. In the last decade, other species needing rescue (Turkeys, Peacocks and Horses), became residents as well. Our daily activities include: housing, feeding, watering, medical treatment and hospice care for between 60 and 80 animals… and always striving to educate others about the sentience of non-human animals.”

Know someone interested?