Situations Vacant

Specialist Canine Services Ltd are looking for qualified and experienced Explosive Detection Dog Handlers for a prestigious client in July for approximately 10 days. This position calls for professionals with own dog and suitable transportation, all facilities on site including accommodation. Well above the rate of pay for the right applicants.

In the first instance please send CV and all relevant documentation via email to:

info@specialistcanineservices.com (posted 21/06/2017)


GP HANDLER – SURREY

Permanent position
12 hr shifts
15 shifts per month
This position is to look after a private residence and family
SE position
Must provide UTR, hold NASDU Level 2 qualification or equivalent and in date SIA licence
Must be able to converse and write reports in English clearly
Other shifts and sites available

For more information please contact: Specialistk9services@hotmail.co.uk (posted 14/06/2017)


EDD & GP HANDLERS REQUIRED

EDD handlers are required with an immediate start date to work in the Birmingham area. Various shifts available

GP handlers are required in various locations across the UK for both long and long-term work..

If you are interested in either of these opportunities, please contact K9 Patrol’s Head office on 01423 551526 or send an email to info@k9patrol.co.uk (posted 31/05/2017)


FULL TIME PAYE POSITION & SE CONTRACTORS REQUIRED

RFA is seeking to recruit a number of full time & sub contracted EDD handlers to join our team providing search services in the south of the UK from our base in Marlow.

Our deployment locations are primarily, but not totally, southern UK based, providing teams on a daily basis for the searching of vehicles, buildings, venues and open areas for a number of HMG, MOD & civilian operations including entertainment venues. Successful applicants will join a shift system to enable client provision 24/7.

PAYE

Each handler will be reteamed with two dogs, (that at present return to the kennel unit after duties). All training is BS 8517-2 compliant and we use HABC as our awarding body. Handlers have a dedicated vehicle, fuel card, provided with all equipment to complete the tasks required, full training, uniform & 28 days paid leave. Successful applicants will be paid monthly by BACS. Pay, before tax, can range from £28,000 to £45,000 per year.

SUB CONTRACTORS

You must have a suitable & reliable, unmarked vehicle that complies with BS 8517-2 requirements. Your dog must be certified to BS 8517-2 and have the correct CT records signed off by a compliant trainer. A second dog may be provided by RFA. You must be SIA licenced and be willing to submit to CTC vetting by HMG/MOD clients.

Initially, contact info@rfasecurity.co.uk with a brief history (posted 31/05/2017)


Vacancies for Explosives Search Dog Handlers

Visit www.icts.co.uk and select vacancies for further details


GP HANDLERS REQUIRED ESSEX AND LONDON IMMEDIATE START

Needs to have own trained canine and provide evidence of continuous training

Must be happy to comply with BS7858 Vetting and screening

Excellent communication skills to a high level in English both written and verbal and an unrestricted right to work in the UK

EXCELLENT PAY RATES FOLLOWING COMPLETION OF VETTING AND DEPENDENT ON LOCATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

Please contact via EMAIL at careers@shreeveprotection.co.uk with a CV and covering letter (posted 27/04/2017)


STATIC SECURITY GUARDS NEEDED – IMMEDIATE START IN SUFFOLK

Must have valid SIA licence
Own unbranded vehicle
Self- employment position, 12/14 hour shifts mainly over weekends and evenings

Please email CV to dk9security@live.co.uk or contact Darren on 07912 109335 (posted 18/04/2017)

GP DOG HANDLERS – UPCOMING CONTRACTS IN SUFFOLK

Must have valid SIA licence
NASDU Level 2 qualification and trained dog, own unbranded vehicle essential
Self-employment position, 12/14 hour shifts mainly over evenings and weekends,

Please email CV to dk9security@live.co.uk or contact Darren on 07912 109335 (posted 18/04/2017)


Crown Protection Services

GP Security Dog Handlers required for London and the Homes Counties please call 07765 380178 or send CV to info@cgsplc.co.uk (dated 16/02/2017)


NASDU/HABC qualified EDD position
Based at East Midlands Airport
40hrs per week
£15 per hour

All applicants must have their own fully trained and certified EDD
Capability of kennelling and working a second G4S EDD
Own BS 8517 compliant Vehicle
Current SIA licence
Be willing to undergo G4S and Client vetting and attend further aviation training

ukjobs.g4s.com/jobs/Security-Dog-HandlerU31083884_83884

In the first instance please contact Lee Deighton at Lee.Deighton@uk.g4s.com (posted 03/02/2017)


1st Reaction Security Limited

GP trained Dog Handlers are urgently required for both static and mobile assignments in the Northamptonshire area.

Fully trained team to NASDU level 2 or equivalent standard, however, we would consider trainee positions for the right candidate

SIA licence required

All dogs need to be fully vaccinated, micro chipped and fit for work

Must have a 5 year checkable work or back to school history

Must have liability insurance and a current UTR number

A valid driving licence and own vehicle suitable to deploy to BS 8517:2016, for the mobile positions a vehicle will be provided.

To apply please contact Kyle on 01536 512999 or by email at kyle@1st-reaction.co.uk (posted 02/02/2017)


GP Handler, Surrey

12 hour shifts
15 shifts per month

This position is to look after a private residence and family
Self-employed position
Must provide UTR, hold NASDU Level 2 qualification and current SIA licence
Must be able to converse and write reports in English clearly

For more information please contact: Specialistk9services@hotmail.co.uk (updated 02.02.2017)


DOG HANDLERS REQUIRED FOR PERMANENT SITES

F.S.S Canine Patrols are currently looking for dog handlers to work at various sites across the U.K.

We are looking for Dog Handlers that are willing to travel and possibly stay away from home.

Requirements:

Own dog
Unbranded vehicle
NASDU Qualification
SIA Licence
Insurance
Training records

This is a self-employed position and you will require a UTR number or proof of self- employment.

Please send your C.V to adambooth@live.co.uk

Or call 07817 572080 (updated 02/02/2017)


DOG HANDLER (RESERVE) – ROYAL ARMY VETERINARY CORPS
PART TIME
NATIONAL

British Army Dog Handlers and their canine companions deploy in support of military operations all over the world. They can be found protecting bases from intruders, searching for hidden weapons, and on patrol with the wider army. It’s a vital capability that protects servicemen and civilians from harm. The 1st Military Working Dog Regiment (1MWD) is recruiting reserve dog handlers to help deliver it.

You won’t need any formal qualifications – just a willingness to learn and a high level of commitment. When you join the Army Reserve you’ll start by learning essential soldiering skills, like weapons handling and outdoor survival. Then you’ll move on to your specialist training, learning about everything from veterinary care to patrolling skills over a two-week residential course and like all soldiers in the Army Reserve, you’ll be paid for the time you spend in training. Working dogs are important military assets, but they’re also intelligent and sociable creatures, and when you’re on duty it will be up to you to make sure they perform to their full potential.

When you join the regiment you’ll handle a protection dog during training weekends and annual training camps, and you may have the chance to deploy overseas and the UK. You can then go on to specialise in detecting explosives. Because 1MWD is a mixed regular and reserve unit, you’ll work closely with both full-time and part-time colleagues, as well as the canines in your care. Whatever you do, your reserve training and service will be flexible enough to fit around your other commitments, and will give you skills and experiences that will be hugely valuable in civilian life.

Our next deadline for applications is the 31st of January 2017, with further opportunities ongoing throughout the year (updated 02/02/2017).

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www.army.mod.uk/rolefinder/role/43//a>


MEDICAL DETECTION DOGS ARE IN NEED OF MORE CANINE RECRUITS FOR ITS BIO-DETECTION PROGRAM

Medical Detection Dogs trains dogs to detect the odour of human disease. It is at the forefront of the research into the fight against cancer and helping people with life-threatening diseases.

We are looking to recruit Labradors, Springer Spaniels, Working Cocker Spaniels, Border Collie, Pointers and HPR or crosses of either aged between 10mth and 2½ years (Ideally 1 year to 1½ years) to work within our Bio-detection department on already new and already established projects.

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Our dogs need to enjoy problem solving tasks and be keen to work with a focused attitude; a high enjoyment in the use of their nose is a must. They must be fit, healthy with an inquisitive nature and confident meeting strangers. Our dogs train as part of a search team so they will need to enjoy the company of other dogs.

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All of our Bio-detection Dogs live in homes as part of a caring family and lead normal happy lives as pet dogs when not at the centre training for this ground breaking work.

We are also interested in younger recruits (8wks – 10mths). These capable canines will initially enter into the Medical Alert Assistance Dog puppy program.

Please contact Sophie Lines on sophie.lines@medicaldetectiondogs.org.uk or 01296 716023 (updated 02/02/2017)


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