Oiled Sea Otter Rehabilitation Course

What IWR Expects From You

Your first responsibility is to know your own duties and how to do them promptly, correctly and pleasantly. Secondly, you are expected to cooperate with management and your fellow project participants and maintain a good team attitude. How you interact with fellow workers and those whom IWR serves, and how you accept direction can affect the success of our rehabilitation program. In turn, the performance of one person can impact the entire service offered by IWR. Consequently, whatever your position, you have an important assignment: perform every task to the very best of your ability. The result will be better performance for the rehabilitation program overall, and personal satisfaction for you.

We strongly believe you should have the right to make your own choices in matters that concern and control your life. We believe in direct access to management. We are dedicated to making IWR a company where you can approach any member of management, to discuss any problem or question. We expect you to voice your opinions and contribute your suggestions to improve the quality of IWR’s programs. (Please take a look at the section describing the submission of Suggestions.)

Remember, you help create the professional environment that is needed for a successful oiled wildlife rehabilitation program. Your professionalism, as well as that of our clients, is important.

IWR needs your help in making an oiled wildlife response program successful and personally rewarding.