Good Dog – Jobs

OUR GOOD JOBS

We strive to match the right person for the right job. You must love pets, love people, and be flexible, mobile, resourceful, and patient. If you think you have the right stuff then email us a resume to campgooddog@gmail.com and a letter telling us which position(s) you are interested. ($10.45/hour to start)

Positions

  • Driver – (Part Time) Must love dogs. Must have valid BC drivers license. Must love the outdoors even in the pouring rain. Servicing the entire Lower Mainland.
    CALL 515-CAMP
  • Camp Good Dog Counsellors – (Part Time) Must love dogs and dog play. Walking, training and cleaning a big part of the job. Available to work mornings and/or early evening shifts.
    Location – East Maple Ridge. Call 604-515-CAMP

 

  • Morning shifts: begin at 7:30am weekdays, 8am weekends/ holidays. These shifts are approximately 6 hours long, depending on the number of dogs currently in our care.
  • Afternoon shifts: begin at 4:30pm. for approximately 2 hours.

As a member of our team, your job will be to continue to provide the excellent care our clients expect from us. Your duties will include:

  • Hands-on supervision & exercising of dogs in a secure outdoor, off-leash environment.
  • Feeding, watering, bathing of the dogs.
  • Interacting with our clients’ owners in a respectful, courteous & responsible manner.
  • General housekeeping such as laundry, dish washing, sweeping/ floor washing of the kennel, as well as daily cleaning of the grounds.
  • Feeding, watering farm animals: chickens & goats.

Requirements for these positions include:

  • Ability to work well in a busy, sometimes noisy & changing environment.
  • Ability to work co-operatively with others, as well as by yourself at times.
  • Ability to work a flexible schedule that includes weekdays, afternoons, weekends & holidays.
  • Previous experience caring for animals is an asset- however we are prepared to provide training for persons exhibiting an enthusiasm & an aptitude for the job.
  • basic computer skills
  • You must have your own reliable transportation to the kennel.  There is no public transit to the kennel.
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