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  1. Animal Care Technician

    Eye, Suffolk | £Competitive Salary | From Telegraph Jobs

    Our  client currently has a number of exciting opportunities ranging from Trainee to Senior Animal Technician to work within their animal facilities in Eye, Suffolk. Animal Technicians are... responsible for the husbandry and care of a range of laboratory animals and the accurate recording of scientific data. You should have either 5 GCSEs grades A-C including Maths, English and Science or equivalent. Additional qualifications or experience in animal care are desirable. Our client  will provide you with a structured development programme supported by excellent training to ensure ... Animal Technologies is at the heart of their organisation and is primarily responsible for the care and observation of all animals used in their research. They pride themselves on their impeccable...

  2. Lecturer for Animal Care

    Canterbury | Negotiable Depending On Experience | From Supply Desk

    We are looking for an experienced Lecturer to delivering up to entry level 3 in Animal Care, full time and temporary until Christmas. You must possess a full teaching qualification, such as a PGCE,... DTLLS, Cert Ed, or similar equivalent, experience in delivering Animal Care and in-date DBS with the update service or willingness to apply for one. If you are interested, please call as soon as possible Louise Latter on 01227 450995 and/or email your CV to louise.latter@supplydesk.co.uk Supply Desk has rapidly expanded to become part of the UK`s leading education supplier. Our aim is to serve ... position it is essential all applicants hold or are willing to apply for an enhanced CRB disclosure. This job was originally posted as www.totaljobs.com/JobSeeking/Lecturer-for-Animal...

  3. Lecturer – Science (Animal Care)

    Birkenhead | £23,764 per annum | From Wirral Metropolitan college

    Our Applied Science team is growing and we are now looking to recruit an additional Lecturer to deliver on our Animal Care programmes. We are currently looking to appoint a Lecturer who will... teach on a range of Animal Care courses ranging from Level 1 to Level 5.  The successful candidate will be part of a team who coordinate and organise this curriculum as well as delivering a high quality teaching experience for students. The successful candidate will have degree or equivalent qualification in a relevant subject and hold or be working towards a teaching qualification. They will also have experience of working with and handling a range of animals. This post will involve working 35 hours per week and will be based at our Twelve Quays Campus in Birkenhead. All applicants...

  4. Animal Care Worker

    UK-OXF-Oxford | N/A | From CareerBuilder

    Animal Care WorkerDepartment: Centre for Radiation, Chemicaland Environmental HazardsLocation: ChiltonSalary: £19,353 - £21,817Hours: 37.5 per week with weekend andBank Holiday rotaJob Type:... PermanentJob reference number: 919-HP-MK-4834969Public Health England (PHE) is an executive agency ofthe Department of Health providing; strategic leadership,research, advice and support for Government, localauthorities and the NHS in protecting and improving thenation’s health.We are seeking a full-time Animal Care Worker forroutine care and maintenance work, to provide supportto the Facility Manager and give general assistance withscientific studies. ...

  5. Animal Care/Countryside Lecturer

    West Yorkshire, Yorkshire and Humberside | 18.0000 | From Eden Brown

    Countryside/Animal Care Lecturer - West Yorkshire - £18-£23 Eden Brown are currently looking for an animal care /countryside lecturer to work within a well respected FE College in West... Yorkshire. This is a temporary role that consists of 6 hours per week - 3 hours Wednesday 9-12 and 3 hours Friday 9-12. To apply for this role you must: * Have a recognised teaching qualification * Be available Wednesdays and Fridays * Have experience teaching B-Tec Animal Care and Countryside * Have a CRB/DBS or be willing to do another If this is of interest please apply now to avoid disappointment. Eden Brown is committed to equality in the workplace and is an equal opportunity employer. Eden Brown Ltd is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy. ...

  6. Animal Care Lecturer

    West Yorkshire | £19.00 - £23.00/hour | From Eden Brown

    Role: Animal Care Lecturer Type: On going Temp (Mat Cover) Hours: 18.5 per week Rate: £19 - £23 per hour Eden Brown are currently looking for an enthusiastic animal care lecturer... to work within a leading FE College in West Yorkshire. This will be to to teach animal care level 1 and 2 to 14-16 year olds within an FE setting until Easter at least. The teaching hours are below: * Monday 4 hours Level 2 * Tuesday 2-4 hours Level 2 * Wednesday 5.5 hours Level 1 * Thursday 4 hours Level 2 * Friday 5 hours Level 1 To apply for this role you must: * Have a recognised teaching qualification (Min PTTLS) * Be qualified in an animal care related subject * Have experience teaching Animal Care Level 1 and 2 * Have a current DBS Check or be willing to do...

  7. Animal Care Lecturer

    Enfield | - £33k | From Protocol National

    ADVERT REFERENCE: LT - 1945156 JOB TITLE: Animal Care Lecturer LOCATION: Enfield SALARY: £17.00 - £21.00 per hour + statutory holiday pay Protocol is working on behalf of an established... Further Education College within the Enfield area and is looking for an outstanding Lecturer to join their Animal Care department. You will be expected to strive to maintain above average success ... generation Animal Care professionals. Suitable candidates will meet the following criteria: - Be qualified to degree level in Animal Care or a similar subject. - Have up to date knowledge and experience of the Animal Care industry. - Be flexible and self-motivated with a dedication to student achievement and quality. A teaching qualification is desirable, although not essential for this post...

  8. Animal Care Lecturer

    Scunthorpe | - £20k | From Protocol National

    ADVERT REFERENCE: RA-1950328 JOB TITLE: Animal Care Lecturer LOCATION: South Humberside SALARY: £10.00 - £20.00 per hour + statutory holiday pay Protocol is working on behalf of an... established Further Education College within the South Humberside area and is looking for an outstanding Lecturer to join their department. This position is to teach Animal Care Level 1, these are units based around, handling, transport accommodation, feeding and working safely. Suitable candidates will meet the following criteria: - Hold a relevant teaching qualification. - Hold a relevant qualification. - Have experience delivering Animal Care. - Have proven experience of providing outstanding support for learners. - Be flexible and self-motivated with a dedication to student...

  9. Animal Care Assessor

    Wirral | - £20k | From Protocol National

    ADVERT REFERENCE: RA-1950790 JOB TITLE: Animal Care Assessor LOCATION: Cheshire SALARY: £10.00 - £20.00 per hour + statutory holiday pay Protocol is working on behalf of an established... Further Education College within the Cheshire area and is looking for an outstanding Assessor to join their department. This is an advert for two separate posts. Suitable candidates will meet the following criteria: - Hold an A1 assessing award. - Hold relevant subject qualification. - Have experience assessing animal care. - Have proven experience of providing outstanding support for learners. - Be flexible and self-motivated with a dedication to student achievement and quality. Experienced in a different subject? Protocol is the UK's largest provider of skilled professional...

  10. Lecturer for Animal Care

    Canterbury | £NEG Negotiable Depending On Experience | From Supply Desk

    We are looking for an experienced Lecturer to delivering up to entry level 3 in Animal Care, full time and temporary until Christmas. You must possess a full teaching qualification, such as a PGCE,... DTLLS, Cert Ed, or similar equivalent, experience in delivering Animal Care and in-date DBS with the update service or willingness to apply for one. If you are interested, please call as soon as possible Louise Latter on (Apply online only) and/or email your CV to (url removed) Supply Desk has rapidly expanded to become part of the UK`s leading education supplier. Our aim is to serve the education community to the highest of standards. Supply Desk is an equal opportunities employer and actively encourages applications from all sectors of the community. Due to the nature this...

Where and when can I work?

The hours worked by an animal welfare inspector can vary, due to reports of abuse being made all the time. You should expect to work some late mornings and early evenings.

What can I earn?

The salary of a welfare officer starts at £18,500 per year plus benefits, with this increasing as you gain more experience and take on more responsibility.

What are the benefits?

Unlike other roles, there is plenty of opportunity for progression.

Are there chances of promotion?

The best way to be promoted within this role is to be willing to gain as much experience as possible, either on a paid or voluntary basis. With the opportunity to progress to a managerial role, such as a Chief Inspector or a Superintendent, the sky is your limit.

What will I be responsible for?

Animal welfare inspectors are responsible for investigating reports of animal abuse, rescuing abused animals, advising owners on how best to look after their animal, promoting the work of the organisation, and to liaise with animal welfare establishments.

Do I need any experience?

Experience in diffusing hostile situations is a must, as when working in an animal welfare inspector role angry members of the public may confront you, especially if you are taking away their family pet. Experience in offering support and compassion is also beneficial.

What attributes are needed?

Those wanting to become animal welfare inspectors should have an interest in others and understand what motivates them, as well as be sympathetic and caring to a certain point. Someone successful in securing this role would be willing to learn, assertive, and most importantly love animals.

The job of an animal welfare inspector is to respond to public call outs regarding suspected animal abuse. From taking calls to rescuing animals, the job of an animal welfare inspector can be quite varied.

Who can I work for?

The RSPCA is the most well known animal rescue agency in the UK, so you could choose to work either there or in an independent centre.

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