Website Dogs Trust
The Clinical Animal Behaviourist (CAB) will have a thorough understanding of canine behaviour and welfare, demonstrable proficiency in conducting behaviour consultations for a range of problem behaviours, and ideally prior experience in teaching or mentoring clinical skills. In this post you will be expected to maintain an up-to-date knowledge of developments in dog behaviour, and be able to evaluate critically new approaches, therapies or treatments in the area. You should be able to competently discuss treatment strategies with other Dogs Trust staff as well as external professionals such as veterinary surgeons.
You will primarily offer behavioural support to adoptions from Bridgend, Cardiff, Ilfracombe and Newbury Rehoming Centres as well as providing cover for cases from all Dogs Trust Rehoming Centres as and when needed.
To be successful in this role you will have an animal behaviour or welfare qualification at degree level and a thorough, in depth knowledge of dog behaviour, training and welfare. You will be passionate about enhancing the welfare of dogs and their owners through the use of appropriate management, behaviour modification and rehabilitation programmes, and you will be an excellent communicator and a fantastic, empathetic listener.
Company: Dogs Trust
Vacancy Type: Full Time
Job Location: London, England, UK
Application Deadline: N/A