When it comes to organizations that are dedicated to animals, PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) likely comes to mind. But have you ever wanted to actually work for them? For many people, finding a job that you like and that offers an interesting challenge can be difficult. And it can sometimes mean thinking outside of the box when it comes to where to work.
For some of us, job postings show up in the most interesting of places. And in this case, that interesting place was the PETA website. While browsing the site for a recent press release, we came across a post from the organization that revealed that they were looking for new hires.
According to a post from the organization themselves, it seems like they are looking for a number of new people to join their teams. Thanks to a recent posting on their website, we know that they are looking to hire people to work for both PETA and the PETA Foundation.
It seems that there are multiple positions available for people looking to potentially, “change the world.”
Do want to work for PETA as we head into a new year?
So what does it take to work for PETA? According to the posting about the job (or jobs) they,
"are looking for smart, compassionate, hardworking people to join our teams, and you might be a great match! The positions require a variety of skills and backgrounds—from research to corporate outreach, from finance to fieldwork, from campaigning to operations, from law to letter writing, and from media to publications."
Seems pretty straightforward to us in terms of not only who they would be looking to hire, but also what types of work you might be doing. And if you are interested in being part of the company, there are two different sites to browse when it comes to open positions.
Not only are there positions available in the United States, but there are also international openings as well. Basically, if you want to work for PETA, there are options available to you.
So what do you think? Are you looking for a new job? What do you think of potentially working for PETA?