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Kennel Assistant  

Highbury Recruitment - Norwich

Duties include cleaning kennels, providing exercise for the dogs, training dogs, working in various rehabilitation, general maintenance and providing health checks on the dogs Available for immediate start... Kennel Work careers ... Permanent... £6.7 - £7/hour

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from: - 14 days ago

Senior Kennels Animal Care Assistant  

Calagran Four Paws Hotel - South Yorkshire Nottinghamshire Derbyshire

Please do not apply unless you meet our minimum criteria as your application will not be taken forwards: Kennel careers... Permanent...

from: - 5 days ago

Kennel Person  

Latchets Boarding Kennels - Bristol

Previous experience preferred but not essential. time kennel assistant... Full Time...

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Kennel Manager  

Latchets Boarding Kennels - Bristol

Good accommodation and package available for the right person. 1 kennel... Full Time...

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Client Services Advisor  

The Kennel Club Limited - Buckinghamshire

If you feel you have what it takes to help us make a difference to dogs why not come along to our open day to meet one of our advisors at: • A team player but able to work on own initiative • Ability to... casual part time kennel...

from: - 14 days ago

Kennel Assistant  

Ministry of Defence - Melton Mowbray

Kennel Assistants are required to feed, handle and exercise Military Working Dogs of various breeds, size and temperaments. The work is conducted in all weather conditions. Making effective decisions Achieving... kennel manager... Full Time... 17,137.00 per year

from: Directgov - 9 days ago

Kennel and Cattery Apprentice  

Nat Apprenticeship Service - Nuneaton

Qualification required: - The employer requires an applicant to have attended an animal care course at college for a minimum of 1 or 2 years. Apprenticeship type: Intermediate Level Apprenticeship Duties... Full Time... 123.75 - 123.75 per week

from: Directgov - 9 days ago

Part Time Animal Care Assistant - Worcester  

VetsNow - Worcester

Our Animal Care Assistants work closely with our Nursing teams to ensure the smooth running of the clinic and provide a high standard of care to all patients. Animal handling experience is essential, and...

from: - 6 days ago

Registered Veterinary Nurse - Small Animal Hospital - North London/ Hertfordshire Borders  

Additional Resources Ltd - Barnet, Hertfordshire, South East (+4 locations)

Note - We regret that due to the volume of applications we receive only successful candidates will be contacted. In the event we do not contact you within 2 weeks of your application please presume you... Permanent... £18000 Per Annum

from: (+6 sources) - 7 days ago

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Kennel Assistant/U310/52923/2  

G4S Plc UKSS - Luton

Must submit to an extensive background check, including criminal history, personal references, employment and education verifications. •Maintaining cleanliness in kennel environment. Ability to operate... Full Time... 7.00 - 7.00 per year £7.00

from: Directgov - 7 days ago

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Kennel workers are responsible for the care of dogs, cats and other domestic pets within a large kennel environment. Duties include feeding, cleaning, and exercising animal residents, with most employees working between the regular hours of 8:00 to 17:00 as well as covering emergency rosters if necessary. A candidate for the position is expected to work in close contact with the kennel manager or supervisor
The ability to multi-task is one of the most important attributes for those working in kennels. Employees must have a love for and understanding of animals, as well as good knowledge of basic care for dogs, cats and other domestic pets. Candidates must be flexible and willing to work on emergency call, as well as being able to give first aid or administer medical care to animals when necessary
Most kennel companies do not require applicants to have a degree, although proven experience in a similar field is usually required. Working in this environment can be an excellent learning opportunity for students studying veterinary science. Salaries are generally low, hovering at about £15,000 – £20,000 per year, although career advancement opportunities involving higher salaries do exist.

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