We receive many enquiries about working with the charity. Vacancies do arise from time to time, both to work with our assistance dogs and more or alternatively there are career opportunities within our fundraising and administration departments.
All current vacancies are posted on this website, which is updated regularly. Unfortunately, due to the number of enquiries we receive, we are unable to keep any application letters or CVs on file for future records. Please note that we can only employ people of 18 years of age and over.
Due to the recent Government advice regarding Coronavirus, Dogs for Good have taken the decision to suspend all recruitment for the foreseeable future. If you had recently applied for one of the Fundraising Administrator x 3 vacancies, we are sorry to inform you that we will no longer be continuing with the recruitment of these posts.
Please continue to monitor this section of our website as when the epidemic has abated, we will once again recruit for various roles within the charity.
Many thanks for your understanding during this difficult time.
Assistance Dogs Europe Development Coordinator
Are you interested in working with an international organization that strives to support assistance dog programs that strive to assure people living with a disability receive a quality assistance dog? Do you enjoy working with programs of all sizes to assist in improving their operations? Then you may be interested in joining ADI and ADEu as our new ADEu Development Coordinator.
Assistance Dogs Europe (ADEu) is a regional chapter of Assistance Dogs International (ADI). ADI is a coalition of nonprofit programs that trains and place assistance dogs. ADI is the leading authority in the assistance dog industry. The objectives of Assistance Dogs International are:
• Establish and promote standards of excellence in all areas of assistance dog
acquisition, training and partnership.
• Facilitate communication and learning among member programs.
• Educate the public to the benefits of Assistance Dogs and ADI membership.
For more information and application details please click here.
Community Dog opportunities
Our Community Dog service is going from strength to strength and we will be seeking to grow our team of Community Dog Handlers over time.
If you’d like to find out more about our work in this field, hear about future Animal Assisted Intervention information events and training opportunities, or register your interest in joining our team, we’d love to hear from you. Find out more.
There are many ways that you can raise money for us, volunteer your time and expertise, and really make a difference. Find out more.