Service Dog Trainer Apprentice

internship - full time,

Neads World Class Service Dogs
Princeton, MA
Closed
Posted 79 Days ago
Neads World Class Service Dogs
Princeton, MA
internship - full time,
Posted 79 Days ago
Closed

Description

Service Dog Trainer Apprentice NEADS World Class Service Dogs - Princeton, MA 01541 $30,000 a year NEADS, a national, non-profit Service Dog organization in MA, seeks a Service Dog Trainer Apprentice. The ideal candidate has some animal interaction/exposure or classroom teaching experience and is interested in a physical, fast-paced position with a strong team approach. Were looking for someone who is comfortable around dogs and people, as the position requires the ability to work with both. The individual will undergo a 2-year apprenticeship during which they work closely with experienced trainers to learn how to train Service Dogs according to the NEADS curriculum. The Apprentice will also observe inmate handlers as they train Service Dogs, and learn how to work with new client teams when they receive their Service Dogs. Must be comfortable: - Working in a correctional institution - Driving to varied work sites weekly - Instructing people with physical disabilities Basic computer skills are necessary to maintain training records. Must be located near central Massachusetts. Full time starting salary is $30,000 for this entry level position. Interested parties should submit a cover letter and resume to be considered. Job Type: Full-time Salary: $30,000.00 /year 5 hours ago - save job - report job If you require alternative methods of application or screening, you must approach the employer directly to request this as Indeed is not responsible for the employer's application process. Apply Now Apply Now Save this job

Skills

training, microsoft word, teaching, organization, curriculum design, cooking, classroom management, trainer, willingness to learn, driving, responsible, computer operations, basic computer skills, coaching, team building

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