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Seeking Professional Pet Sitters And Dog Walkers

Part Time $15 – 20/hr Starts 04/25 Washington, DC
Seeking Pet Caregivers with a Passion for Animals and Entrepreneurial/Customer-Centric Spirit! Note: These are contract positions. You will submit time sheets to receive payroll payments. You will receive a 1099 at the end of the year. You must be available Monday-Friday in the afternoon. Starting Pay Rate: $15/walk or cat drop in visit. $65/overnight visit. BENEFITS: You will take pride in your work and feel confident working for a reputable licensed, bonded, and insured company. Unlimited earning potential! The commissioned based model pay offers you the opportunity to bring in new clients and therefore increase your pay. We provide materials for promoting Patriotic Pet Care services to prospective clients. A collegial work environment and opportunities to advance your career. Great flexible opportunity for retirees and military spouses. REQUIREMENTS: Applicants must have current PSI and Pet First Aid Training or be willing to complete these requirements before providing services to clients. Employees must pass a background check, drug test, and personal and professional reference check. Employees must be committed to the company and looking for long-term work. 6-month-minimum commitment. TO APPLY: Our employees must think on their feet. Please describe how you would handle these three case based scenarios and answer the two supplemental questions. Please send your responses to kim@patrioticpetcare. com. There are no right or wrong answers. Those who best handle the situations will be invited to complete an application and schedule an in-person interview. You are on a consultation with a potential client and their dog is showing signs of aggression. The dog is guarding their owner and growling at you. How would you handle the situation? You are told to administer medication in pill form to a cat who is not cooperating. At the sight of the pill pocket, the cat runs and hides under the bed. You approach the bed and he hisses at you. What would you do to calm him down and administer the medication? A client asks if you would take a sitting job on the side to save them money. How would you handle the situation? Do you have reliable transportation to service our areas which may not be by a metro? Why do you want to work for Patriotic Pet Care?