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Kennel Assistant...  

Clerafora Kennels - Maidenhead

Your duties will include exercising the dogs, cleaning the kennels and feeding the dogs. Own transport is essential as no public transport to kennels. Kennel Work careers ...

from: glassdoor.com - 11 days ago

full time kennel assistant  

Kingsteignton Veterinary Group - Newton Abbot

Position will be for assisting in kennels, also assisting the vets and nurses with duties, such as cleaning, laboratory worker stocking, animal husbandry and reception duties. Kennel careers...

from: glassdoor.com (+2 sources) - 24 days ago

Kennel Hand  

Jean Liles - Ware

Duties to include caring for dogs, cleaning kennels and other related task as required. level 1 kennel...

from: onlinejobhunt.co.uk (+1 source) - 9 days ago

KENNEL ASSISTANT  

Rushwood Kennels - Gloucester

Must pay attention to detail as will be administering medication. Experience of working with animals is desirable as are qualifications. kennel assistant...

from: onlinejobhunt.co.uk (+1 source) - 9 days ago

Kennel hand  

Lodge Kennels and Cattery - Sevenoaks

Duties include cleaning kennels, feeding animals, walking dogs. kennels... Others... 3.79 - 6.50 per hour

from: Directgov - 3 days ago

KENNEL CATTERY ASSISTANT  

TIPTREE PET HOTEL - Market Rasen

The hours are casual (not a regular weekly amount of hours probably only two or three days a month or could be more in the busy periods )Own transport is essential as this is a rural position. References... 1 kennel...

from: onlinejobhunt.co.uk (+1 source) - 5 days ago

Kennel Assistant  

Crosslands Kennels - Cowbridge

The successful candidate will be required to work alternate weekends (Saturday and Sunday) as well as shifts Monday to Friday on a rota basis. Weekend shifts are 8.15am - 12 noon and 3.30pm - 6.30pm. kennel assistant handyperson...

from: onlinejobhunt.co.uk (+1 source) - 10 days ago

Team Leader, Kennel Club Accredited Instructor Scheme  

The Kennel Club - London (City of), London (Greater)

Your role will be to manage the KCAI team and scheme. It involves overseeing the effective delivery and evaluation of all aspects of the KCAI Scheme, including communications, marketing and promotion. £30-33k per annum

from: jobs.thirdsector.co.uk - 18 days ago

Kennel Assistant  

Clerafora Kennels - Maidenhead

Own transport is essential as no public transport to kennels.Some kennel experience would be an advantage although not essential as full training will be given.

from: onlinejobhunt.co.uk - 11 days ago

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Handyperson Kennel Assistant  

Rushwood Kennels - Gloucester

Will be working 3-5 days per week over a 7 day period, approximately 3 hours per day, 8:00am to 5:00pm.

from: onlinejobhunt.co.uk (+1 source) - 9 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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