Dog Trainers are responsible for delivering a programme of classes to members of the general public, in accordance with the RSPCA national guidelines, principles and curriculum. The Dog Trainer will be responsible for running and coordinating their classes once the course has commenced, but will be supported by a Dog Training Coordinator and a central booking and communications database.
A dedicated team of veterinarians, vet nurses and animal attendants oversee the care of more than 1000 animals at the animal shelter each year from admissions to being placed in the foster care program or adopted to their forever home.
This role not only helps bring valuable funds into the shelter in support of those animals, it also helps reduce the likelihood of animals finding their way into a shelter by helping owners form a stronger bond with their pet, and ensuring pets are set up to succeed in a home.
Please note: The successful applicant will require a police clearance.
About RSPCA WA
The Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (RSPCA) WA is the state’s leading voice in animal welfare. RSPCA WA is managed locally but works toward the goals of the organisation Australia-wide. On an average day, we employ around 90 staff and we have the support of an amazing group of volunteers. Together, our team works diligently toward preventing animal cruelty.