We’re Hiring – Seeking A Dog Trainer

Do you love dogs?

Job Overview

DogTech® International Pty Ltd is a leading company in our industry and region. Due to expansion, we’re now hiring a Dog Trainer to help us support our growth strategies. If you’re excited to be a part of an innovative and recognised organisation, we are interested in speaking to you.

Job Title

Dog Trainer

38 Hours Per Week.
Flexible Hours

Package:

Salary: Ranging from $46,857 – $71,685 pa (including super) dependent upon experience of the candidate. Including Car Allowance

Reports to

Master Dog Trainer – Richard McDonald

Key Responsibilities
  • Deliver a DogTech® methodology aligned training program for the dog and owner;
  • Implement support tools within environment to deliver quality outcomes for training and behaviour programs;
  • Communicate to and educate dog owners on behavioural observations;
  • Educate dog owners to successfully maintain the training schedule put in place to ensure ongoing success;
  • Understand a dog owner’s needs and listen to a dog owner’s concerns;
  • Work with the dog owner to teach them about their dog and deliver solutions to combat unwanted behavioural traits;
  • Teach dog owners about dog behaviour and educate them about reinforcing good behaviour;
  • Provide excellent customer service to dog owners;
  • Promote DogTech® by visiting Pet industry outlets (Vets, pet stores, groomers etc) and engage with management once every three months to maintain rapport and to supply such outlets with DogTech® branded promotional material such as brochures provided by DogTech® and any other material approved and supplied by DogTech’s CEO or senior management;
  • Promote and sell DogTech® supplied products and training equipment to clients as part of their training program.
Key competencies and Qualifications
  • Higher School completion or equivalent;
  • Results driven and can demonstrate prior success in the dog training industry working with dogs of a variety of ages and breeds;
  • Ability to communicate effectively with clients;
  • Ability to work well with dogs with a variety of ages and breeds;
  • An understanding of body language in dogs;
  • Ability to identify dog, owner and environment problems;
  • Leadership qualities with the ability to implement a plan of action for others;
  • Excellent presentation and interpersonal skills;
  • Holds a valid NSW Drivers Licence;
  • Own a vehicle and mobile phone are required;
  • An understanding of the Companions Animals Act NSW 1998;
  • A positive attitude, confident and excellent time management skills;
  • Display and embody a high level of patience when dealing with a challenging dog or dog owner;
  • Previous customer service and sales experience;
  • A History of dog ownership;
  • A Knowledge of different dog breeds;
  • The successful applicant must undergo a Working with Children check.

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