As we are sure you are aware, the government has announced that everyone in the UK now needs to avoid non-essential travel and contact with others to reduce the spread of Coronavirus.
As we are unsure at this stage as to how long these measures will be in place, we have taken the decision to put recruitment activity on hold until guidance changes.
This decision has been taken in order to stop non-essential contact with others and we don’t yet know what the next few weeks or months hold so it seems sensible to wait.
Please register for job alerts and keep your eye on our careers site as the situation changes for opportunities that arise in the future.
If you have recently been offered an interview with Dogs Trust our Recruitment Team will be in contact with you.
Thank you for your interest in Dogs Trust and for your patience at this time.
Find out more about how we're responding to the Coronavirus outbreak.
Dogs Trust is the largest dog welfare charity in the UK and Ireland, caring for over 15,000 dogs a year at our 21 rehoming centres. It is fundamental to our philosophy that we never destroy a healthy dog. We also run preventative campaigns such as neutering and microchipping initiatives, dog training and youth education programmes.
We can only achieve as much as we do for dogs because of our fabulous people – currently over 1,300 staff and around 6,000 volunteers.
Staff roles at Dogs Trust are many and varied. As well as jobs at the rehoming centres we have a chain of charity shops, a dedicated national contact centre based in Manchester and Dog Schools that provide training for dog owners all across the country. We also have a diverse range of other roles including, veterinary, fundraising, campaigns and support functions - mostly based in our London head office.
So whatever your location and skill set, chances are we’ll have an exciting opportunity where you can put your skills to good use, helping us continue our vital work whilst developing your career.