Job Opportunities

FieldHaven Feline Center Executive Director

Full-Time • $70,000 – $80,000/annually

Description: The executive director of FieldHaven is responsible for overseeing the organization’s consistent achievement of its mission. This includes leading and managing the team, ensuring sound planning, fundraising, implementation of best practices, and the delivery of quality services and animal care. The primary focus is to achieve lifesaving goals and meet fundraising objectives to ensure the organization’s sustainability. Full description

Animal Care Assistant

Part-Time • $17/hour

Description: FieldHaven Feline Center, a dedicated sanctuary for animal welfare, is seeking a passionate and skilled Animal Care Assistant to join our shelter team. This vital role is integral to maintaining the optimal health and well-being of the cats and kittens under our care, whether they reside in our shelter or are placed in foster homes. Full description



Description: Our high-quantity and quality spay/neuter clinic is looking to bring additional veterinarians to our team in Lincoln, California! Do you have previous experience working at a spay/neuter clinic? Great! If you don’t, that is ok; we will teach you to be a spay and neuter pro! FieldHaven Feline Center is a highly progressive nonprofit organization dedicated to finding solutions for every cat in need! We are located in beautiful rural Lincoln, California, on a stunning 10-acre horse ranch! Responsibilities include but are not limited to: Providing quality veterinary care to all furry felines that walk through the door. Ability to perform or learn how to perform high-quantity spays and neuters on domestic and TNR feral felines. Ability to work with a medical team and keep a positive attitude and calm demeanor during stress. Perform pre-operative physical exams on tame/social patients. Perform euthanasias when necessary. Provide minor additional treatments to owned and shelter cats when needed. The ability to perform unique surgeries, including enucleations and amputations, is preferred but not required. Full description