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The following are listings of rehab-related job openings and positions wanted that have been sent in for inclusion in this listing. Please also visit the IWRC site for more job openings. Listings will be kept for a 3 month period, and then deleted from this page. Listings are chronological with the most current listings at the end.

 

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If you have an emergency with an injured wild animal, contact your local animal control or humane society for immediate assistance.  

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