Pet Transport Van Driver

Pet Community Center

Who We Are

Pet Community Center is a nonprofit on a mission to make high-quality spay/neuter and veterinary care affordable and accessible to all pet owners. We manage a high quality spay/neuter surgery center in East Nashville and a Mobile Wellness clinic that provides basic wellness care to pets in underserved areas.

Since 2011, Pet Community Center has served more than 20,000 animals.  Pet Community Center is a member of the prestigious Humane Alliance network of spay/neuter clinics.


Pet Community Center’s transport program provides transport to dogs and cats to all parts of Middle Tennessee to the clinic in East Nashville. We currently work in Hickman, Dickson, Murray and Cheatham counties with growth to other areas on the horizon. We currently transport nearly 1,000 pets per year whose owners may not otherwise have access to affordable spay/neuter services.


Who We Need


Pet Community Center is seeking a self starter to join our team as a Pet Transport Van Driver.  The person in this role will be responsible for ensuring the safety of crated dogs and cats while driving a large cargo van. This person will be communicating with pet owners, reviewing their intake forms, collecting payments and providing basic, relevant medical information.

Applicant must be comfortable with lifting at least 40lbs and have a clean driving record.

Pet Community Center believes that people love their pets and want the best for them.  We exist to serve and share information with pet owners in a non-judgmental, respectful way.  We are looking for compassionate individuals that share that belief and who are motivated by serving underserved people and their pets.  Bilingual Spanish-speaking candidates are encouraged to apply!


Is it you?

You may be our ideal Transport Van Driver if you meet the description above and:


+You’re so friendly that you’ve never met a stranger; you make new friends everywhere you go!

+ You want your work to be more than just a paycheck; you want to make a difference for people and their pets.

+ You are a great communicator who can give directions to places you’ve never visited.

+ You enjoy a fast-pace and thinking on your feet (even when sitting down).

+ You are so detailed-oriented that even your spice rack is alphabetized.

+ + You are an early bird and you’re ready to smile and help pets and people first thing in the morning.

+ ‘Safe driver’ is your middle name.


Currently, this position only requires 4 shifts, both around 3 hours every Tuesday and Thursday. The morning transport starts around 6am and ends around 9, the afternoon transport starts around 3 and ends around 6. Flexible schedule is required as these times may change due to traffic and demand. Throughout 2018, this position will offer additional shifts during the week.


To apply, send a resume and cover letter to Christina Lovari, Director of Operations, at


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