Saturday 19 January 2019

Cheltenham Animal Shelter recruiting for Animal Care Assistant

Animal lovers across the county can be a part of the team at Cheltenham Animal Shelter, after the centre announced it's recruiting for full and part-time Animal Care Assistants.

Fans of furry friends can apply for their dream job as Cheltenham Animal Shelter has announced it’s on the hunt for Animal Care Assistants.

Helping to care for, train and re-home cats, dogs and small animals, Cheltenham Animal Shelter is looking for both part-time and full-time Animal Care Assistants at its shelter off Gardner’s Lane.

With duties including exercising dogs, feeding them, working alongside an expert animal behaviourist and helping to find the animals new homes, the role is perfect for anyone looking to turn their love of animals into a full-time role.

With the shelter set to open a brand-new baby animal unit later this month, the roles are sure to be hugely popular with local applicants.

For more information, visit gawa.org.uk directly.

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Friday 11 May 2018

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