Our people are at the heart of Dog Assistance in Disability and they make a huge difference to the lives of the people with disabilities throughout the UK. Working at Dog A.I.D. makes you part of a really special team. Our current vacancies are listed below, together with information on how to apply.

Head Dog Trainer (Service Delivery & Development Manager)

  Due to continued growth an exciting opportunity has arisen for a Head Dog Trainer (Service Delivery and Development Manager) to help the charity achieve its long-term ambitions for future strategic development. The Service Delivery and Development Manager will be accountable for the strategic development and operational management of Dog A.I.D. services and for providing leadership to our voluntary training team. They will also carry responsibility for any regulatory, legal or professional requirements, striving for the highest standards at all times and take an entrepreneurial view on the development of services with a focus on income generation and viability at all times. 


The Head Dog Trainer (Service Delivery and Development Manager) will work closely with the Chief Executive and Trustees to collaboratively lead and manage the organisation as a whole, committing to our expectations framework, modelling the behaviours we seek and working within our values. 


For full details, please see the Role Description and Person Specification below. 


If you would also prefer a confidential chat prior to submitting your application, please call Mike McDonald, Chief Executive on 

01743 588469.


Please apply by submitting your CV with full covering letter telling us why you are the right person for the job!  Completed applications should be sent to mike@dogaid.org.



Closing Date: Friday 31st January 2020 


No agencies please. 


Please note that we reserve the right to withdraw vacancies should they be filled before the closing date. 

Trustee: Treasurer (Voluntary Role)

The Treasurer role is critical to ensuring that our Board of Trustees oversee the financial affairs of the charity and ensure that they are 

legally and constitutionally compliant and within accepted accounting practice. The Role Description below gives further details - if you would also prefer a confidential chat prior to submitting your application, please call Mike McDonald, Chief Executive on 01743 588469.


Please apply via Charity Job -   

https://www.charityjob.co.uk/volunteer-jobs/dog-assistance-in-disability/trustee-treasurer/667220?tsId=8


Closing Date: 31st March 2020


No agencies please. 


Please note that we reserve the right to withdraw vacancies should they be filled before the closing date. 

AD (UK) Development Manager

POSTED ON BEHALF OF ASSISTANCE DOGS (UK)

Our colleagues at Assistance Dogs (UK) are currently looking for an experienced project manager, for an initial 2-year term, to lead our organisation forward into its next chapter. Assistance Dogs (UK) is a coalition of 8 member organisations who are all professional assistance dog training charities, accredited to international standards and spread throughout the UK.  By working together to share ideas, representing the role assistance dogs have in the UK and promoting high standards of dog welfare, training and client care - AD(UK) has become a key reference point for assistance dogs in the UK.   


Further details, Job Description and applications via https://www.assistancedogs.org.uk/about/


Closing Date: Saturday 22nd February 2020 



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Volunteer For Us!

If you are interested in volunteering - please take a look at the specific volunteering page on our website.


For paid vacancies, please check back here regularly for new opportunities.


  

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