Careers With Animals 

Do you want to Work with Animals?

Animal Jobs Direct will be holding a training advice open morning on Saturday 20th May 2017 in Witney in Oxfordshire.

Our courses are relevant to pet owners and professionals as well as those wanting to start a new career.

There are limited places for attendees to bring along their dogs (providing the dogs are happy to be around a lot of people and other dogs).  

There will also be opportunities to speak with a canine behaviourist and even have some training for your dog.

Come along and meet our training advisers & learn about the many different careers with animals!

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Careers with Animals involve having relevant training and being able to demonstrate a genuine interest in animal welfare. A recognised, accredited Diploma or Certificate course will ensure that you have a good chance of being employed in the animal care sector. 

We offer a selection of accredited and employer recognised courses specifically designed for careers working with animals. 

Our career advisers can assist you in choosing the most appropriate training for your choice of job working with animals. If you want to work with animals, please contact us for free careers and training advice.

We've assisted many people achieve their goal to work with animals. Read more about our 5 star reviews and student success stories.

Gain relevant training to achieve your goal to work with animals.

Please click on the subject links below for more information about the accredited courses we offer

Looking for a Career with Animals or Wildlife and Conservation?  

There are many different types of animal, wildlife and conservation - please click on the links for more careers information:

Careers with Dogs   

Careers with Cats  

Wildlife Careers  

Zoo and Safari Park Careers   

Veterinary Careers  

Marine and Conservation Careers 

Careers with Horses  

Animal Charity Careers   

Other Animal Careers

Careers with animals are varied and rewarding; there is a tremendous choice of different career options and these include: Animal Charity careers, Careers with Cats, Careers with Dogs, Careers with Horses, Marine and Aquaria Careers, Veterinary Careers, Careers with Wildlife, Careers in Zoos and Safari Parks and many other careers with animals such as Animal Therapist, Animal Photographer, working in Pet Shops, Pet Taxi Driver, Farm Manager and more. Many people instinctively have a desire to care for animals and begin working with them from a young age. For others, working with animals is a rewarding career change that enables the fulfilment of a lifelong dream.

A career with animals involves either working hands-on with animals: eg, Veterinary, Animal Nursing, Dog Wardens, Inspectors, Animal Care Assistants, Behaviourists, Animal Handlers, or working in an office based role, for example animal charity management, fundraising, administration, campaigning, etc.

Many people wanting to pursue careers with animals have no animal welfare experience and are not sure where to begin, which career option to follow or what job opportunities are available. This is where Animal Jobs Direct assists - we offer free careers and training advice to anyone wanting to work with animals. We work closely with many animal charities and businesses, providing recruitment assistance and advice to assist with finding the right candidates for many jobs working with animals. Our team understand what employers are looking for - job seekers who can show they have had relevant training stand a much better chance of interview and job offers than someone who wants to work with animals but hasn't any training nor experience.

We are able to assist job seekers decide on the career with animals that most suits them, we also advise on the most relevant training and offer a huge selection of accredited animal care and welfare diploma and certificate courses. Our courses have been designed in consultation with employers and have been created to the highest standards ensuring that our students gain useful animal care knowledge as well as valuable training.

If you want a follow a career with animals, please get in touch with our team; we hope to inspire you and help you to find an appropriate and rewarding career with animals according to your skills, experience and personal interests.

Please get in touch for advice about Careers With Animals

Already trained? Then please visit our Job Board where you can apply for the latest animal jobs.

All Animal Jobs Direct Students are eligible to apply for the NUS Extra Student Card

NUS Extra Student Card information for Animal Jobs Direct Students:

This is the number 1 student discount  card, with over 200 UK student discounts and 1 year FREE ISIC un-locking over 42,000 international discounts, it is available to all Animal Jobs Direct Students.

 NUS extra has the best student discounts around that you can use online and in store. Top brands include: 10% off at The Co-operative Food, 5% off at Amazon, 10% off ASOS, Up to 40% off at PizzaExpress, 25% off Odeon student priced tickets. 

The NUS extra card comes with 1 year free ISIC. The ISIC card is the only internationally accepted proof of certified student status. The International Student Identity Card (ISIC) is your access to fantastic discounts and services at home and around the world. Your ISIC card is accepted in over 130 countries, as well as at your favourite UK high street retailers, restaurants, attractions, and more. Exclusive discounts on worldwide flights, including STA TravelDiscounted rates at hotels & hostels worldwide. Recognised by universities, academic institutions, student organisations & national governments worldwide. Endorsed by international organisations such as UNESCO and the European Council, it provides over 42,000 international discounts in over 130 countries including: 30% off Lonely Planet, 20% off Eurolines, 5% off Homestay!

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