Now Hiring

 Wildlife Rehabilitator Apprentice

 We truly believe this is the best job in the world for animal lovers and passionate wildlife advocates. This job requires a fast-paced mindset with the ability to be on your feet all shift; need to be calm under pressure and extremely hardworking, this job is physically and mentally stressful but extremely rewarding. The hired will get a wildlife rehab apprentice license with the NCWRC and work with our two wildlife rehab mentors.


Hotline Volunteers Needed!

Make a difference and save wildlife from the comfort of your own home

This opportunity is perfect for those that cannot commit to coming to the center. This will require answering our hotline and correctly assessing the best course of action for the animal on the end of the line. Sometimes, the animals need left alone, sometimes they need to come into care and sometimes, people just need to be educated to live symbotically with our local wildlife. We can get upwards of 50 voicemails a day in the busy season. This job can be done completely from the comfort of your own home! 

Requirements: 4 hours shifts every week 
No prior training necessary!

We will hold a hotline training class via Zoom on January 29, 2022.
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Volunteer Application

In-Person Volunteer

Our volunteers work independently around the center doing various tasks. In order to maintain our high amount of animals rescued, volunteers are essential to do tasks that involve the maintenance, cleanliness and overall running of the wildlife center. This is an unpaid volunteer position (not an internship). While the opportunity for learning about wildlife rehabilitation will be constant, this position does not shadow the rehab staff unless specified by them. Opportunities to progress in the volunteer position will be available for dedicated volunteers.

Job Description: 

  • Volunteers assist with the ongoing maintenance tasks of the center and support CWCC staff in duties when assigned. Duties may include:

  • Cleaning up after animal procedures

  • Creating animal enrichment projects

  • Organizing of the center’s medical material, enrichment materials, enclosures, ect. Collecting natural foods from the center’s grounds

  • Setting up animal enclosures

  • Preparing animal diets

  • Cleaning and sanitizing unoccupied cages

  • Animal Laundry

  • Assistance with building new enclosures

  • Sanitizing and cleaning of center area

  • Help in the produce garden

  • And many more!!

Time Requirements

We require a minimum time commitment 1 day a week, a 4-6 hour shift depending on volunteer schedule and the center’s needs. Volunteers are extremely important in the functioning of the wildlife center. It is important to be dependable with shift coverage so that CWCC can operate to the highest level. 

All completed applications with resumes and cover letters can be emailed to volunteer@carolinaconservation.org