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Groomers ( Bather will be provided)
The Dog Stop
Centreville VA, US
Centreville VA, US
Job DescriptionJob DescriptionThe Dog Stop ® is in need of enthusiastic groomers. Grooming is offered seven days a week, so weekends are a requirement, and applicants should be willing to work 5 days per week. We offer a minimum 50% commission on all grooming services, paid time off, as well as discounts on all store products and services. Dutіеs Inсӏude:Full Nose-to-Tail Makeovers (this includes bath, nail trims, and full body cuts) for all breedsWalk-in nail trims and gland expressionsBaths for all size dogsCustomer relations – develop relationships with clientele and their dogs. You should be able to explain to customers the best cut/grooming option for each dog.Managing busy grooming schedules and communicating progress to receptionists and clients. Maintaining a clean grooming room Keep track of inventoryUpkeep grooming tools Organize and update client profilesAt least one year of grooming experience with a wide variety of sizes and breeds of dogsPersonal Attributes Include: Strong communication skills, ability to communicate clearly and professionally with ownersResponsible with extreme attention to detail Strong work ethісUpbeat, enthusiastic personalityMust love dogs!Please respond with your résumé, three professional references, and a paragraph explaining why you’d be a great fit for our team. If you have a grooming portfolio displaying your skill, please send that as well.
ANIMAL
Full-Time
Dog Daycare Playroom Attendant
Bark and Roll Dog Daycare
Chantilly VA, US
Chantilly VA, US
Job DescriptionJob DescriptionWe are seeking a Dog Daycare Playroom Attendant to join our team! You will assist in the supervision of dogs at play.Responsibilities:Supervise and interact with dogs in a safe and compassionate mannerCreate a positive and nurturing environment for dogsPerform a variety of tasks, such as cleaning, feeding, bathing, and overseeing playQualifications:Previous experience with dog daycare, dog walking or dog kennel is great but not requiredPassionate about working with dogsPositive and patient demeanorFull-time, Part-time, Flexible schedule to work around school or second job, one weekend shift is a must.Compensation based on experienceBring your dog to work! after 2 weeks of training completed$350 Bonus after 3 months. (Must meet certain requirements)Powered by JazzHRgOM1voMTXt
ANIMAL
Full-Time
Dog Daycare Shift Coordinator / Receptionist
Bark and Roll Dog Daycare
Chantilly VA, US
Chantilly VA, US
Job DescriptionJob DescriptionCompensation based on experienceWe are seeking a Dog Daycare Shift Coordinator/ receptionist to join our team! You will assist in the supervision of dogs at play.Responsibilities:Supervise our playroom/kennel attendants team throughout the shiftDesignate chores and duties requiredWelcome customers and run dogs to designated playroom or kennel areasAnswer phone calls/e-mailsSchedule requested servicesSupervise and interact with dogs in a safe and compassionate mannerCreate a positive and nurturing environment for dogsPerform a variety of tasks, such as cleaning, feeding, bathing, and overseeing playQualifications:Leadership skillsPrevious experience with dog daycare, dog walking or dog kennel is great but not requiredPassionate about working with dogsPositive and patient demeanorFull-time, Part-time, Flexible schedule, weekend availability a must.Bring your dog to work, after 2 weeks of training$350 Bonus after 3 months, (Must meet certain requirements)Powered by JazzHRqpQuGTCCRQ
BUSINESS
Full-Time
Animal Care Team Lead (Animal Care Specialist II)
$22.91-$30.55 Hourly
Fairfax County Government
Fairfax VA, US
Fairfax VA, US
$22.91-$30.55 Hourly
Job Announcement Are you an experienced animal care professional looking for a growth opportunity where you can make a difference in the lives of animals and the community? At the Fairfax County Animal Shelter, we are committed to providing the highest quality of care to the animals in our shelter, while also working to tackle the root causes of animal homelessness in our community. We are hiring Animal Care Team Leads!As an Animal Care Team Lead you will help more than 4,000 animals each year, while serving as team lead and mentor to a group of hardworking caretakers. This position will be responsible for the intake, care, feeding, and handling of shelter animals across our two shelter campuses. Fairfax County Animal Shelter is the only open-access municipal shelter located in Fairfax, Virginia, with a second shelter location opening in Lorton this year. FCAS has a live release rate of over 90% and we're very proud of our excellent volunteer and foster programs, compassionate staff, progressive sheltering policies and practices, and our wonderful animal-loving community.In collaboration with Animal Care Specialist Is and Facility Attendant Is, serves as team lead and mentor regarding responsibilities for the intake, caring, feeding, and handling of shelter animals.Duties include:Serves as team lead and mentor and provides support to Animal Care Specialist Is and Facility Attendant Is, volunteers, and community service assignees regarding daily tasks, questions, or concerns.Identifies deficiencies or discrepancies in the execution of daily tasks and assists less experienced staff in corrective action as needed.Assists with the animal care work of less experienced animal care staff.Counsels staff and volunteers in safe, humane, and efficient care of animals (wild, domestic, and livestock) when needed.In the absence of an Animal Care Specialist III or Animal Care Manager, oversees completion of daily tasks and refers animals for veterinary care (emergency and/or routine).Assists less experienced staff in specialized care for animals under medical treatment (administering medications, changing bandages and wraps, evaluating wound conditions, and charting all procedures).Provides input to the Animal Care Specialist III or Animal Care Manager on the disposition of animals whether recommending adoption, euthanasia, or other interventions considering history, behavior, health, and age.Assists with monitoring inventory of animal care team supplies, including medical, cleaning, and other necessary items.Serves as alternate point of contact for immediate needs in the absence of a manager on duty, overseeing daily operations as needed.Takes the lead role to perform euthanasia, ensures correct and humane treatment for all animals, and accurately completes required documentation; may prepare rabies test specimens for the Health Department in the absence of a veterinarian to complete the process timely.Oversees the maintenance and use of the incinerator for cremation, disposal of confiscated and outdated drugs, syringes, records, and other sensitive materials.Takes a lead role with the Volunteer Program Manager and Coordinator to integrate trained volunteers into the animal care and cleaning routine at the shelter.Assists the Foster Program Manager and Coordinator with medical treatment and routine vaccinations of shelter foster pets.Ensures that animals are provided with a safe, clean environment by being responsible for the cleaning, disinfecting, and maintenance of kennels, cages, animal holding areas, and other shelter areas and grounds.Receives animals from the public or Animal Protection Police and performs preventative care treatments including necessary vaccinations, tests, and general medical assessment on intake, to ensure health of the individual pet as well as herd health for the shelter; performs basic handling assessment on intake and assigns behavior handling category for dogs using the dot system to ensure safe handling for other staff and volunteers.Ensures all animals are properly fed and medicated and have ample water throughout the day.Maintains and tracks veterinary prescribed feeding and medication charts.Refers animals for both emergency and routine veterinary care and transports animals to veterinarian, when necessary.Drives and assists with the maintenance of vehicles assigned to the animal shelter.Participates in walking dogs and enrichment of all animals under the shelter's care.Assists in the training and supervision of volunteers and/or community service workers.Participates in creating and carrying out behavior modification plans as needed.Works with the Shelter certified professional dog trainers to assess dogs for play groups and other socialization.Assists in the creation and implementation of socialization plans for challenging or shy dogs.Assists with and performs basic shelter behavior assessments and records observations using objective, behavioral language.Understands and uses Fear Free shelter techniques.Ensures that all animal records, both electronic and hard copies, are accurate and complete.Euthanizes animals in a humane manner as determined by the state veterinarian.Operates and cleans the crematory when necessary.Conducts visits with pets and potential adopters; makes recommendations on suitability based on observation and pet history.Ensures that visits are conducted safely; interacts with members of the public using appropriate and polite language and actions.Provides information to the public as it relates to animal care, shelter policies, and county policies regarding animals.May perform other related duties to meet the ongoing business needs of the organization.Schedule: Hours of work may vary depending on staffing levels and animal shelter needs. Animal Caretakers are considered essential personnel. Additionally, appointee will be required to work early mornings, evenings, weekends, and holidays.Note: This position is assigned to the Lorton Campus and has the flexibility to be assigned to the Fairfax Campus. All DAS positions may be required to work shifts and/or be transferred to any DAS facility. Salary: The hourly rate offered for this position will not exceed the midpoint of the advertised pay range ($22.9153 to $30.5539). Promotional rules apply to current Fairfax County Government and Fairfax County Public School employees. Illustrative Duties (The illustrative duties listed in this specification are representative of the class but are not an all-inclusive list. A complete list of position duties and unique physical requirements can be found in the position job description.) Provides support to work of Animal Care Specialist I, Facility Attendant I, volunteers, and community service assignees regarding daily tasks, questions, or concerns;Works with the Volunteer Coordinator II to integrate trained volunteers into the animal care and cleaning routines at the Shelter; Identifies deficiencies or discrepancies in the execution of daily tasks and assists less experienced staff in corrective action as needed;Assists with the animal care work; Counsels staff and volunteers in safe, humane and efficient care of animals (wild, domestic, and livestock); In the absence of Animal Care Specialist III or Animal Care Manager, refers animals for veterinary care (emergency and/or routine); Assists less experienced staff in specialized care for animals under medical treatment (administering medications, changing bandages and wraps, evaluating wound conditions, and charting all procedures); Provides input to the Animal Care Specialist III or Animal Care Manager on the disposition of animals whether recommending adoption, euthanasia, or other interventions taking into account history, behavior, health, and age;Takes the lead role to perform euthanasia, ensure correct and humane treatment for all animals and accurately completes required documentation; Inoculates animals at intake when there is no other evidence of inoculation;Oversees the maintenance and use of incinerator for cremation, disposal of confiscated and outdated drugs, syringes, records, and other sensitive materials; Assists with monitoring inventory of animal care team supplies, including medical, cleaning, and other necessary items;Drives and assists with maintenance of vehicles assigned to the Animal Shelter;Serves as Manager on Duty, overseeing daily operations as needed Required Knowledge Skills and Abilities (The knowledge, skills and abilities listed in this specification are representative of the class but are not an all-inclusive list.)Knowledge of characteristics of different types of animals; Knowledge of animal behavior indicators; Knowledge of safe animal handling techniques; Knowledge of inoculation and euthanasia techniques;Knowledge of supervisory and work planning techniques; Demonstrated interest in and compassion for animals;Ability to assist and train others in all animal care procedures;Ability to make and communicate animal care decisions such as requesting immediate or postponed veterinary care;Ability to prioritize tasks and provide guidance to Animal Care staff;Ability to be flexible and adjust work plans to meet immediate needs when necessary; Ability to move heavy, immobilized, or resistant animals; Ability to lift, carry, and move up to 50 pounds; Ability to maintain a high level of ethical standards; Ability to demonstrate a high level of integrity and to be truthful at all times;Ability to assist the public and communicate effectively. Employment Standards MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:Any combination of education, experience, and training equivalent to the following: (Click on the aforementioned link to learn how Fairfax County interprets equivalencies for "Any combination, experience, and training equivalent to")Any combination of education, experience, and training equivalent to high school graduation or a GED issued by a state department of education; and two years of experience working in an animal shelter, kennel, vet clinic, boarding facility, or other animal related organization with animal care and handling responsibility; experience with multiple species of animals including handling difficult dogs and cats, giving medication, and restraint techniques for multiple species. (Graduation from an accredited Veterinary Technician Program may be substituted for one year of the required experience).CERTIFICATES AND LICENSES REQUIRED:Valid driver's license (required at the time of application)Euthanasia Certification (required within 6 months) NECESSARY SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:This position is considered "essential personnel" and will be required to report to work during times designated countywide as approved for unscheduled leave regardless of the emergency situation (i.e., weather, transportation, other disaster).The appointee to the position will be required to complete the following to the satisfaction of the employer:Criminal Background InvestigationDriving Record Check PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:Experience working in an animal welfare-related organization.Experience working with and handling animals, including orphaned, sick, injured, and behavioral-needs animals of various species.Experience supporting management by demonstrating leadership with animal care staff, operations, and/or programs.Experience assisting with the supervision of animal care staff and volunteers.PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:Walk, stand, sit, bend, kneel, stoop, crawl, climb stairs, and be comfortable doing these activities for extended periods of time; lift, carry, and move up to 50 pounds; use hands to grasp, handle, and feel; and talk, see, and hear. Handle, move, restrain, and provide medical care including injectable treatments to animals of various species, sizes, conditions, and temperament. Maneuver safely in kennels, dog play yards, cat rooms, small animal room, off-site events, etc. Must not have allergies to animals or animal supplies (ex: hay, peanut butter, etc.) that will impede working in an animal environment. Converse with volunteers, residents, staff, and others in person, via e-mail, and on the phone. Make presentations in person and virtually. Visual acuity to read standard text and data on a computer monitor. Operate keyboard-driven equipment. Create materials and operate equipment necessary to complete work tasks. Drive County vehicle to transport animals to/from veterinarian when necessary. Pre-exposure rabies vaccination (required within 3 months) Work a varied schedule, including early mornings, evenings, holidays, and weekends. All duties performed with or without reasonable accommodations. SELECTION PROCEDURE:Panel interview and may include a practical exercise. The population of Fairfax County is very diverse where 39.8% of residents speak a language other than English at home (Spanish, Asian/Pacific Islander, Indo-European, and others) and we encourage candidates bilingual in English and a foreign language to apply to this opportunity. Fairfax County Government prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, pregnancy, childbirth or related medical conditions, age, marital status, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetics, political affiliation, or military status in the recruitment, selection, and hiring of its workforce. Reasonable accommodations are available to persons with disabilities during application and/or interview processes per the Americans with Disabilities Act. Contact 703-324-4900 for assistance. TTY 703-222-7314. DHREmployment@fairfaxcounty.gov. EEO/AA/TTY.#LI-AL1Requisition 23-03376
Full-Time
Animal Care Team Supervisor (Animal Care Specialist III)
$25.1-$33.47 Hourly
Fairfax County Government
Fairfax VA, US
Fairfax VA, US
$25.1-$33.47 Hourly
Job Announcement Are you a seasoned animal care professional with supervisory experience looking for a position where you can grow professionally and lead a team, all while making a difference in the lives of animals and the community? At the Fairfax County Animal Shelter, we are committed to providing the highest quality of care to the animals in our Shelter, while also working to tackle the root causes of animal homelessness in our community. We are hiring an Animal Care Supervisor!The Animal Care Supervisor position will provide you with the opportunity to lead a team that cares for more than 4,000 animals each year. This position will be responsible for supervising Supervises the animal care team and coordinates daily kennel operations. Liaises with other shelter departments, contract veterinary team, and Animal Protection Police on animal care issues from intake to outcome. Fairfax County Animal Shelter is the only open-access municipal shelter located in Fairfax, Virginia, with a second shelter location opening in Lorton this year. FCAS has a live release rate of over 90% and we're very proud of our excellent volunteer and foster programs, compassionate staff, progressive sheltering policies and practices, and our wonderful animal-loving community.Under direction of the Animal Care Manager, supervises the animal care team; coordinates daily kennel operations; participates in daily animal care activities; monitors and assists with animal needs; and coordinates with shelter veterinarian for animal medical needs. Acts as daily liaison with Animal Protection Police Officers involved in intake of pets from the community.Duties include:Ensures animal care staff is properly trained in safe, humane, and efficient care of animals (wild, domestic, and livestock).Provides oversight and assistance for all animal care staff duties, including performing humane euthanasia when necessary.May prepare rabies test specimens for the Health Department in the absence of a veterinarian to complete the process timely.Works with the Volunteer Program Manager(s) to integrate trained volunteers into the animal care, socialization, cleaning, and public visitation routines at the shelter.Performs all aspects of personnel management including coaching, evaluating, and disciplinary as needed.Provides oversight and tracking of medical care for Shelter animals and those animals temporarily placed in foster homes. Refers animals for both emergency and routine veterinary care.Supervises and assists with animal intakes and care, including all necessary vaccinations, tests, other medical care, and behavior evaluations.Participates in creating and carrying out behavior modification plans when necessary.Refers animals for both emergency and routine veterinary care.Monitors individual animal progress and makes disposition recommendations.Provides customer service to the public as it relates to animal care, shelter policies, and county policies regarding animals.Assists the Animal Care Manager with Facility Manager duties, including vehicle and crematory maintenance and repairs, as needed.Serves as Manager on Duty, overseeing daily operations as needed.Schedule: Hours of work may vary depending on staffing levels and Animal Shelter needs. Animal Caretakers are considered essential personnel. Additionally, appointee will be required to work early mornings, evenings, weekends, and holidays.Note: This position is assigned to the Lorton Campus and has the flexibility to be assigned to the Fairfax Campus. All DAS positions may be required to work shifts and/or be transferred to any DAS facility. Salary: The hourly rate offered will not exceed the midpoint of the advertised range ($25.1061 to $33.4746). Promotional rules apply for Fairfax County Government and Fairfax County Public School employees. Illustrative Duties (The illustrative duties listed in this specification are representative of the class but are not an all-inclusive list. A complete list of position duties and unique physical requirements can be found in the position job description.) Supervises (assigns, reviews, and schedules) work of Animal Care Specialists I and II, Facility Attendants I, volunteers, and community service assignees; Works with the Volunteer Coordinator II to integrate trained volunteers into the animal care, socialization, cleaning, and public visitation routines at the Shelter; Assists with the animal care work of those supervised; Ensures all staff and volunteers are trained in safe, humane, and efficient care of animals (wild, domestic, and livestock); Maintains controlled drug and other routine records; Refers animals for veterinary care (emergency and/or routine); Assists veterinarian and directs and provides necessary after care for treated animals (administering medications, changing bandages, and wraps, evaluating wound conditions, and charting all procedures); Provides input to the Animal Care Manager on the disposition of animals whether recommending adoption, euthanasia, or other interventions taking into account history, behavior, health, and age; Determines animal suitability for adoption taking into consideration the age, condition, and behavior of the animal;Participates in and provides input for the weekly animal review team with regard to animal status and disposition; Performs euthanasia and ensures staff competency and humane handling of pets being euthanized; May prepare rabies test specimens for the Health Department in the absence of a veterinarian to complete the process timely; Inoculates animals at intake when there is no other evidence of inoculation and ensures intake preventative care and treatment; Directs use of incinerator for cremation, disposal of confiscated and outdated drugs, syringes, records, and other sensitive materials; Ensures timely reports of bites and scratches to protect staff from rabies and other complications;Conducts probationary and annual performance evaluations for all staff assigned to shift in coordination with the other shift supervisor or Animal Care Manager;Assists Animal Protection Police Officers with incoming animals;Ensures that on-the-job training for all Animal Care Specialists I and II and Facility Attendants I is complete, systematic, and effective;Responsible for inventory of animal care team supplies including medical, cleaning, and other necessary items;Ensures routine maintenance and cleaning of vehicles assigned to the Animal Shelter;Performs data entry into Shelter software and ensures all animal records are up to date and complete;Serves as Manager on Duty, overseeing daily operations as needed. Required Knowledge Skills and Abilities (The knowledge, skills and abilities listed in this specification are representative of the class but are not an all-inclusive list.) Knowledge of characteristics of different types of animals; Knowledge of animal behavior indicators; Knowledge of safe animal handling techniques; Knowledge of inoculation and euthanasia techniques; Knowledge of supervisory and work planning techniques; Knowledge of performance evaluations, coaching, and counseling; Demonstrated interest in and compassion for animals; Demonstrated interest in learning state of art procedures for animal sheltering; Ability to assist and train others in all animal care procedures;Ability to make and communicate animal care decisions such as requesting immediate or postponed veterinary care;Ability to prioritize tasks and provide guidance to Animal Care staff;Demonstrated ability to communicate with subordinate staff and management as well as the public;Ability to be flexible and adjust work plans to meet immediate needs when necessary; Ability to move heavy, immobilized, or resistant animals; Ability to lift, carry, and move up to 50 pounds; Ability to maintain a high level of ethical standards; Ability to demonstrate a high level of integrity and to be truthful at all times. Employment Standards MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:Any combination of education, experience, and training equivalent to the following: (Click on the aforementioned link to learn how Fairfax County interprets equivalencies for "Any combination, experience, and training equivalent to")Any combination of education, experience, and training equivalent to high school graduation or a GED issued by a state department of education; and four years of experience working in an animal shelter, kennel, vet clinic, boarding facility, or other animal related organization with animal care and handling responsibility; experience with multiple species of animals including handling difficult dogs and cats, giving medication, and restraint; and including a minimum of two years of experience supervising Animal Care staff. (Graduation from an accredited Veterinary Technician Program may be substituted for one year of the required experience.)CERTIFICATES AND LICENSES REQUIRED:Valid driver's license (required at the time of application) Euthanasia Certification (required within 6 months) Fear Free Shelter Certification (required within 3 months) Certified Professional Dog Trainer-Knowledge Assessed (CPDT-KA) credential from the Certification Council for Professional Dog Trainers (CCPDT) (required within 6 months)NECESSARY SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:This position is considered "essential personnel" and will be required to report to work during times designated countywide as approved for unscheduled leave regardless of the emergency situation (i.e., weather, transportation, other disaster).The appointee to the position will be required to complete the following to the satisfaction of the employer:Criminal Background InvestigationDriving Record Check PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:Five or more years of experience working in an animal shelter, kennel, vet clinic, boarding facility, or other animal related organization with animal care and handling responsibility.Five or more years of experience with multiple species of animals including handling difficult dogs and cats, giving medication, and restraint.Five or more years of experience supervising Animal Care staff.Five or more years of experience coordinating daily kennel operations.Experience coordinating with veterinarian staff and serving as a liaison with Animal Protection Police (APP).Must be computer literate and have experience using the shelter database software system, PetPoint.Must have a high level of integrity and discretion in handling confidential information and professionalism in dealing with visitors, residents, and colleagues.Position requires the candidate to work independently and in a team environment, be efficient and prompt, exercise good judgment, work well under pressure, be highly organized and proactive, and have excellent communication skills.PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:Must have the ability to move heavy, immobilized, or resistant animals. Must have the ability to lift, carry, and move up to 50 pounds. Uses hands to grasp, handle, or feel. Must be able to bend, stand, stoop, crawl, walk, sit, talk, see, and hear. Pre-exposure rabies vaccination required. Must not have allergies to animals or animal supplies (ex: hay, peanut butter, etc.) that will impede working in an animal environment. Must be able to maneuver safely in kennels, dog play yards, cat rooms, small animal room, off-site events, etc. Ability to converse with volunteers, visitors, staff, and others. Ability to operate equipment necessary to complete work tasks. Visual acuity is required to read standard text and data on a computer monitor. Ability to operate keyboard-driven equipment. Ability to work a varied schedule, including early mornings, evenings, holidays, and weekends.All duties performed with or without reasonable accommodations.SELECTION PROCEDURE:Panel interview and may include a practical exercise. The population of Fairfax County is very diverse where 39.8% of residents speak a language other than English at home (Spanish, Asian/Pacific Islander, Indo-European, and others) and we encourage candidates bilingual in English and a foreign language to apply to this opportunity. Fairfax County Government prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, pregnancy, childbirth or related medical conditions, age, marital status, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetics, political affiliation, or military status in the recruitment, selection, and hiring of its workforce. Reasonable accommodations are available to persons with disabilities during application and/or interview processes per the Americans with Disabilities Act. Contact 703-324-4900 for assistance. TTY 703-222-7314. DHREmployment@fairfaxcounty.gov. EEO/AA/TTY.#LI-AL1Requisition 23-03375
Full-Time
Dog Bather
Woofies
Fairfax VA, US
Fairfax VA, US
Job DescriptionJob DescriptionWoofie’s Mobile Pet Spa of Fairfax brings the comforts and amenities of an upscale grooming salon to the privacy and convenience of your home. Our fully equipped, self-contained mobile spa with state-of-the-art grooming equipment is designed to achieve maximum safety, comfort, and convenience. We are seeking aBather who performs groom tech services by receiving grooming instructions, resolving pet owner concerns, and maintaining supplies, van, and grooming workspaces. Responsibilities:Groom pets by bathing, brushing, combing, paw pad trimming, de-shedding, de-matting, drying, clipping/filing nails, cleaning ears, and deodorizing according to breed or mixed breed specifications and in accordance with Woofie’s standards Express anal glands only upon client request (internal gland expression is unauthorized) Protect pets and self by adhering to safety policies and following procedures in the event of a pet medical emergency Maintain pet records by documenting services and updating information Clean, sanitize, and follow the manufacturer's instructions for all equipment while conserving use of replenishable supplies by adhering to proper portion or dilution level guidelines Resolve customer issues by communicating directly with clients and promptly following up with the back-office team Complete clerical, supply, cleaning, and any other tasks as assigned by the Mobile Pet Spa Director or Owners of the Company Other duties as called upon Qualifications:1 year of groom tech/ pet bathing experience Must have a valid driver’s license Excellent customer service experienceis a plus Woofie’s LLC. an affiliate of Authority Brands Inc. was founded in 2004 and has been franchising since 2018 with locations nationwide. Woofie’s is the first in the professional pet care services industry to offer the combined services of pet sitting, dog walking, and mobile pet spa services. They are further set apart by their completely customizable service menu and focus on personalized customer care. Woofie’s has been consistently awarded as a top pet care services provider by theLoudoun Times-Mirror, theWashingtonian,Posh Sevenmagazine, andNorthern Virginiamagazine. You are applying for work with a franchisee of Woofie’s, not Woofie’s Franchising SPE, LLC, or any of its affiliates. If hired, the franchisee will be your only employer. Franchisees are independent business owners who are solely responsible for their own employees.An Equal Opportunity Employer
ANIMAL
Full-Time
CDL-A Teams & Solo Truck Drivers - Earn Up to $100,000/Year + Sign-On
CFI - Pet Friendly Company Drivers
Germantown MD, US
Germantown MD, US
CFI is Now Hiring CDL-A Truck Drivers! Excellent Pay and Benefits - Reliable Home Time $1,000 Sign-On for Teams, $500 Sign-On Bonus for Solo Drivers  Top Drivers Earn $100k+ Annually 90% No Touch Freight CFI has open lanes and miles available across a variety of service lines, which means you can take your career in any direction your heart desires. Our doors are always open to listen to your concerns. We value our professional drivers. When you work for CFI as an Regional or Over-the-Road (OTR) driver - a job sometimes referred to as long-haul trucking - you can expect a life of adventure on the open road. It’s a lifestyle that does require you to be away from home, but in exchange, it gives you the freedom to explore the far reaches of our country while also making a great living Bring Your Pet! Life on the road can be lonely, but pets can help us be happier and healthier. Does your pet love the open road as much as you do? We believe that professional drivers should have the opportunity to drive with their dog or cat so that everyone can enjoy a paw-sitive driving experience. If you’ve been looking for a pet-friendly trucking company with flexible career options, route variety, and modern equipment loaded with the latest safety features, your search is over! Tips: Bring plenty of food and water Pet-proof your truck Provide stimulation and toys to direct any chewing or scratching Extra towels are handy to wipe down after being outside, especially in the rain! Stock up on bowls, leashes, collars, cleaning supplies, and toys Stop often to let your pet stretch their legs Benefits: Interacting with pets can decrease levels of cortisol Lower stress helps you drive happier Walking your pet means exercise for you both The companionship of a pet can help ease anxiety Apply Now! When you drive for CFI, you can count on: Solo drivers: Earn up to $0.56 cents per mile Average 118,800 miles a year Sign-on bonus of $500 for qualified solo drivers:  Team drivers earn up to $0.73 cents per mile (split) Each driver is paid their pay rate for all miles the truck runs Top drivers earn $100K+ annually (each) Team sign-on bonus of $1,000 per team HAZMAT bonus: Earn an extra .06 per mile Practical mile pay Both regional and OTR available Reliable home time Consistent freight 90% no-touch freight Stop-off pay, Canadian border pay, local pay, layover pay, & non-customary work pay Layover pay: $125 after the first 24 hours and $125 for every 24-hour period thereafter Holiday pay & HAZMAT bonus Rider program Pet program Electronic logs (e-logs) used by full fleet Qualifications: 21 years of age or older, with a Class A commercial driver’s license Have the right to work and live in the United States Be willing to travel throughout all 48 contiguous states for two to three weeks at a time 3 months minimum tractor-trailer driving experience No BACs, DUIs, DWIs or license suspensions for moving violations in the past five years Ability to meet work attendance and availability requirements and all applicable legal and DOT regulations to drive a commercial truck in the United States Ability to pass all applicable CFI certification class testing and requirements Interested in Driving with CFI? Apply Now! It is the policy of CFI to provide equal employment and individual opportunity to all job applicants and employees without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, disability, veteran status or any other status as protected by federal, state and local governments.
TRUCKING/TRANSPORT
Full-Time
CDL-A Teams & Solo Truck Drivers - Earn Up to $100,000/Year + Sign-On
CFI - Pet Friendly Company Drivers
Gaithersburg MD, US
Gaithersburg MD, US
CFI is Now Hiring CDL-A Truck Drivers! Excellent Pay and Benefits - Reliable Home Time $1,000 Sign-On for Teams, $500 Sign-On Bonus for Solo Drivers  Top Drivers Earn $100k+ Annually 90% No Touch Freight CFI has open lanes and miles available across a variety of service lines, which means you can take your career in any direction your heart desires. Our doors are always open to listen to your concerns. We value our professional drivers. When you work for CFI as an Regional or Over-the-Road (OTR) driver - a job sometimes referred to as long-haul trucking - you can expect a life of adventure on the open road. It’s a lifestyle that does require you to be away from home, but in exchange, it gives you the freedom to explore the far reaches of our country while also making a great living Bring Your Pet! Life on the road can be lonely, but pets can help us be happier and healthier. Does your pet love the open road as much as you do? We believe that professional drivers should have the opportunity to drive with their dog or cat so that everyone can enjoy a paw-sitive driving experience. If you’ve been looking for a pet-friendly trucking company with flexible career options, route variety, and modern equipment loaded with the latest safety features, your search is over! Tips: Bring plenty of food and water Pet-proof your truck Provide stimulation and toys to direct any chewing or scratching Extra towels are handy to wipe down after being outside, especially in the rain! Stock up on bowls, leashes, collars, cleaning supplies, and toys Stop often to let your pet stretch their legs Benefits: Interacting with pets can decrease levels of cortisol Lower stress helps you drive happier Walking your pet means exercise for you both The companionship of a pet can help ease anxiety Apply Now! When you drive for CFI, you can count on: Solo drivers: Earn up to $0.56 cents per mile Average 118,800 miles a year Sign-on bonus of $500 for qualified solo drivers:  Team drivers earn up to $0.73 cents per mile (split) Each driver is paid their pay rate for all miles the truck runs Top drivers earn $100K+ annually (each) Team sign-on bonus of $1,000 per team HAZMAT bonus: Earn an extra .06 per mile Practical mile pay Both regional and OTR available Reliable home time Consistent freight 90% no-touch freight Stop-off pay, Canadian border pay, local pay, layover pay, & non-customary work pay Layover pay: $125 after the first 24 hours and $125 for every 24-hour period thereafter Holiday pay & HAZMAT bonus Rider program Pet program Electronic logs (e-logs) used by full fleet Qualifications: 21 years of age or older, with a Class A commercial driver’s license Have the right to work and live in the United States Be willing to travel throughout all 48 contiguous states for two to three weeks at a time 3 months minimum tractor-trailer driving experience No BACs, DUIs, DWIs or license suspensions for moving violations in the past five years Ability to meet work attendance and availability requirements and all applicable legal and DOT regulations to drive a commercial truck in the United States Ability to pass all applicable CFI certification class testing and requirements Interested in Driving with CFI? Apply Now! It is the policy of CFI to provide equal employment and individual opportunity to all job applicants and employees without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, disability, veteran status or any other status as protected by federal, state and local governments.
TRUCKING/TRANSPORT
Full-Time
CDL-A Teams & Solo Truck Drivers - Earn Up to $100,000/Year + Sign-On
CFI - Pet Friendly Company Drivers
Rockville MD, US
Rockville MD, US
CFI is Now Hiring CDL-A Truck Drivers! Excellent Pay and Benefits - Reliable Home Time $1,000 Sign-On for Teams, $500 Sign-On Bonus for Solo Drivers  Top Drivers Earn $100k+ Annually 90% No Touch Freight CFI has open lanes and miles available across a variety of service lines, which means you can take your career in any direction your heart desires. Our doors are always open to listen to your concerns. We value our professional drivers. When you work for CFI as an Regional or Over-the-Road (OTR) driver - a job sometimes referred to as long-haul trucking - you can expect a life of adventure on the open road. It’s a lifestyle that does require you to be away from home, but in exchange, it gives you the freedom to explore the far reaches of our country while also making a great living Bring Your Pet! Life on the road can be lonely, but pets can help us be happier and healthier. Does your pet love the open road as much as you do? We believe that professional drivers should have the opportunity to drive with their dog or cat so that everyone can enjoy a paw-sitive driving experience. If you’ve been looking for a pet-friendly trucking company with flexible career options, route variety, and modern equipment loaded with the latest safety features, your search is over! Tips: Bring plenty of food and water Pet-proof your truck Provide stimulation and toys to direct any chewing or scratching Extra towels are handy to wipe down after being outside, especially in the rain! Stock up on bowls, leashes, collars, cleaning supplies, and toys Stop often to let your pet stretch their legs Benefits: Interacting with pets can decrease levels of cortisol Lower stress helps you drive happier Walking your pet means exercise for you both The companionship of a pet can help ease anxiety Apply Now! When you drive for CFI, you can count on: Solo drivers: Earn up to $0.56 cents per mile Average 118,800 miles a year Sign-on bonus of $500 for qualified solo drivers:  Team drivers earn up to $0.73 cents per mile (split) Each driver is paid their pay rate for all miles the truck runs Top drivers earn $100K+ annually (each) Team sign-on bonus of $1,000 per team HAZMAT bonus: Earn an extra .06 per mile Practical mile pay Both regional and OTR available Reliable home time Consistent freight 90% no-touch freight Stop-off pay, Canadian border pay, local pay, layover pay, & non-customary work pay Layover pay: $125 after the first 24 hours and $125 for every 24-hour period thereafter Holiday pay & HAZMAT bonus Rider program Pet program Electronic logs (e-logs) used by full fleet Qualifications: 21 years of age or older, with a Class A commercial driver’s license Have the right to work and live in the United States Be willing to travel throughout all 48 contiguous states for two to three weeks at a time 3 months minimum tractor-trailer driving experience No BACs, DUIs, DWIs or license suspensions for moving violations in the past five years Ability to meet work attendance and availability requirements and all applicable legal and DOT regulations to drive a commercial truck in the United States Ability to pass all applicable CFI certification class testing and requirements Interested in Driving with CFI? Apply Now! It is the policy of CFI to provide equal employment and individual opportunity to all job applicants and employees without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, disability, veteran status or any other status as protected by federal, state and local governments.
TRUCKING/TRANSPORT
Full-Time
Groomers ( Bather will be provided)
The Dog Stop
Centreville VA, US | 14 miles away
Salary not disclosed
Urgently Hiring
1 day ago

Job Description

Job Description

Job Description

The Dog Stop ® is in need of enthusiastic groomers. Grooming is offered seven days a week, so weekends are a requirement, and applicants should be willing to work 5 days per week. We offer a minimum 50% commission on all grooming services, paid time off, as well as discounts on all store products and services.

Dutіеs Inсӏude:

  • Full Nose-to-Tail Makeovers (this includes bath, nail trims, and full body cuts) for all breeds
  • Walk-in nail trims and gland expressions
  • Baths for all size dogs
  • Customer relations – develop relationships with clientele and their dogs. You should be able to explain to customers the best cut/grooming option for each dog.
  • Managing busy grooming schedules and communicating progress to receptionists and clients.
  • Maintaining a clean grooming room
  • Keep track of inventory
  • Upkeep grooming tools
  • Organize and update client profiles
  • At least one year of grooming experience with a wide variety of sizes and breeds of dogs

Personal Attributes Include:

  • Strong communication skills, ability to communicate clearly and professionally with owners
  • Responsible with extreme attention to detail
  • Strong work ethіс
  • Upbeat, enthusiastic personality
  • Must love dogs!

Please respond with your résumé, three professional references, and a paragraph explaining why you’d be a great fit for our team. If you have a grooming portfolio displaying your skill, please send that as well.