Job Opportunities

NEADS currently has the following job opportunities. Please read the descriptions and requirements and submit your application via the form below. If you are interested in Internships, please visit this page.

Canine Center Supervisor

The Canine Center Supervisor is responsible for the daily operations of the newly renovated NEADS Canine Center (31-run kennel where Service Dogs and Service Dogs in Training are housed when at our Princeton campus) and is responsible for the overall care, safety, and well-being of the dogs during their stay. The Supervisor oversees the Canine Center/Kennel staff, volunteers, and interns, including their training, scheduling, and dog-handling methods. The Supervisor is responsible for developing the Canine Center strategic business plan and following through with its tactical execution.

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Assistant Veterinary Coordinator

Overview: Assist the Veterinary Coordinator with daily management and tasks needed to maintain the health and welfare of program dogs. Primary Accountabilities/Responsibilities: Assist Veterinary Coordinator with any tasks delegated and filling in when she is ill or on vacation; Assist with oversight of veterinary care for program dogs including collaborating…

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Canine Care Attendant – Full Time

Qualifications: Good knowledge of canine behavior and husbandry skills; experience whelping litters of puppies a strong plus Must have strong attention to detail and communication skills Ability to work independently and proactively Must be flexible to changes in daily routines Must work well with others and be teamwork oriented Ability…

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Service Dog Trainer Apprentice

NEADS, a national, non-profit Service Dog organization in MA, seeks a Service Dog Trainer Apprentice. The ideal candidate has some animal interaction/exposure or classroom teaching experience and is interested in a physical, fast-paced position with a strong team approach. We’re looking for someone who is comfortable around dogs and people,…

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Canine Care Attendant – Part Time

  Qualifications: Good knowledge of canine behavior and husbandry skills; experience whelping litters of puppies a strong plus Must have strong attention to detail and communication skills Ability to work independently and proactively Must be flexible to changes in daily routines Must work well with others and be teamwork oriented…

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