Caring for Cats its what we do.
Do you have a business focus and a caring heart for cats? If so, Rosegreen 4 Cats has a great opportunity for you. As a leading boarding cattery we are here to ensure people’s cats have a safe and pleasant boarding experience, and we believe every member of our team is essential in fulfilling our mission.
As a Cattery Assistant (CA) you will provide a high standard of customer service and feline boarding care whilst promoting quality feline boarding and supporting the team to deliver other services such as grooming and sales of feline health and wellbeing products.
The role is to support the Boarding Cattery team with taking care of the wellbeing of cats by maintaining a clean and hygienic environment at all times, assisting with animal handling, working at reception and providing support to the Cattery Manager. You will also encourage feline wellbeing through sales of suitable products to clients.
This vacancy is part time (20hrs) and candidates will usually work 08:30 to 13:00 and 08:30 to 17:00 to provide cover during peak seasonal periods and holidays (usually Fife school holidays), as well as staff holidays which may include the occasional weekend. The right candidate must recognise the seasonal nature of the boarding business and be flexible to respond and meet the business needs, prepared to work overtime as required to provide additional cover.
The position is for summer cover up to the 31st October 15, but an opportunity to extend beyond this for the right candidate may be possible.
A clean driving licence is desirable as the cattery is located semi rurally.
The role is an excellent starting point if you want a career working within the pet care sector.
Depending on the needs of the boarding cattery, you may be working as part of a small team or as a lone worker and will be expected at times to work under reduced supervision.
Candidates must have experience of caring and handling of domestic pets and preferably cats within a domestic or business environment. Hold or be prepared to hold a suitable qualification in pet care and be prepared to partake in ongoing professional development to meet the application criteria for this role.