Dog Training Instructor

Permanent Contract 

Job title: Dog Training Instructor
Location:  Community based covering areas in and around Beaconsfield and the Chalfonts
Hours:  Full time - working a 35 hour week
Salary:  £19,223.62 - £25,176.47 per annum (Depending on experience)
Benefits: Car allowance, uniform, pension and 24 days annual leave.

Applications are invited for the position of Dog Training Instructor. This position will be based in and around Beaconsfield and the Chalfonts.

Working as a Dog Training instructor you will be fully responsible and accountable for overseeing the entire training lifecycle from puppyhood to the moment they qualify as a Hearing Dog.  This is a highly rewarding role where you can directly impact a person’s life.

We are looking for a self-motivated and positive individual with practical and theoretical experience in dog training and behaviour, with skills in teaching, mentoring and coaching people. The ability to develop and train dogs using the skills of our volunteers is essential so we are looking for someone who finds value in working with both people and dogs and is driven by the overall goal to help train more dogs for deaf people.

You will need resilience and a high degree of efficiency to be a successful Dog Training Instructor. Preferably be educated to degree level or equivalent in the relevant subject area.  If this sounds like you, then we would love to hear from you.

If you are interested in working with us in this varied and immensely rewarding job, please contact Kayla Mackenzie for an application form on 01844 348165 or email

Closing date is – 3rd June 2022


Registered charity in England and Wales (293358) and in Scotland (SC040486)                                           


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Please note that this position is working in the Beaconsfield and the Chalfonts area and therefore it is expected that the successful candidate will be based within a commutable distance to this location during the working week.

We welcome and encourage applications from people of all backgrounds. We do not discriminate on the basis of disability, race, colour, ethnicity, gender, religion, sexual orientation, age, veteran status or other category protected by law.

Registered charity in England and Wales (293358) and in Scotland (SC040486)