Situations Vacant


The following is a list of Companies that have either an employment opportunity for a Security/Detection Dog Handler or a contract opportunity for a service provider.

Whilst NASDU can confirm (on request) if a Company is a NASDU Member or not it is the responsibility of either the individual Dog Handler or the service provider to ascertain if their future employer/client is compliant to the Code of Practice BS 8517 on an individual basis as applicable.

Further information and guidance on BS compliance can be obtained by contacting NASDU Head Office.

We are looking for dog handler to be on standby on 2nd August 11am in Salford as advised by the Bailiffs who are evicting a tenant with a dog.
Please contact by email at (posted 29/07/2019)

Explosive Detection Dog Handler. £32,000 PA based on 40 hours per week. London based contracts. Please contact with your CV and full details (posted 04/07/2019

We have an immediate requirement for 2 qualified NASDU registered GP Dog Handlers (HABC L2 General Purpose Security Dog Handler qualification with a current NASDU Team certificate) to work as a team covering a commercial site near Kings Cross, London. Shifts are 1930-0730 Monday to Friday and 24hrs at the weekends and Bank Holidays.

It is a high-end site with bars, studios and cafes therefore customer engagement and service expectations are high.

This is a long-term position and the rates are £12.00-£12.95 per hour dependent on experience. All applicants will be fully vetted prior to contract issue
Uniform will be provided, and your own vehicle is desirable, we will provide magnetic signage.

If you wish to be considered, please forward your CV and copies of all certification to:

Nathan Hughes (Posted 24/05/2019)

About SafeLane Global:

As a company SafeLane is responsible for detecting, identifying and mitigating potential threats within both the mine canine and mine action industry. SafeLane works to support the activities of governments, corporations and multinational organisations worldwide.

SafeLane have vast experience in running canine projects involving Patrol, Explosive and Narcotic Detection Dogs (EDD/NDD) at various locations in support of a variety of Clients.

We frequently recruit for canine professionals to support our international canine operations, and we would be delighted to hear if you would like to learn more!

If you’re interested in applying for one of the below positions or discussing a career with SafeLane Global, please send your CV and supporting documents to our recruitment team! Please send applications to: or apply through our website.

Explosive Detection Dog (EDD) Project Manager:
Salary: Competitive, to be discussed upon application
Location: To be discussed upon application

If you’re interested in managing an international EDD Project, liaising with key clients and working with people from around the world, send us your CV.

Explosive Detection Dog (EDD) Operations / QA Manager:
Salary: Competitive, to be discussed upon application
Location: To be discussed upon application

Experience in mentoring and instructing EDD Handlers? If you think you could provide SafeLane canines and Handlers with expert training and conduct QA and QC on operations, send us your CV.

Explosive Detection Dog (EDD) Trainer:
Salary: Competitive, to be discussed upon application
Location: To be discussed upon application

If you have experience in training EDDs and Handlers, can provide technical advice and enjoy working with personnel from around the world, send us your CV (posted 10/04/2019)


Are you an Explosives Detection Dog (EDD) Handler?

Would you like to work for a leading canine security provider in a busy aviation environment with your canine partner by your side, help Securitas protect people and property at a major UK airport.

Have you got?

• previous dog handling/training experience
• a full clean driving licence

You must pass aviation five year vetting and be able to house a trained EDD


Major UK airports
Up to £30,000 per annum
40 hours per week (varied shifts)


Please email your CV with a covering letter to: (posted 25/01/2018)

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