Recruitment open evenings

Imagine if ‘the office’ was a brand new, state-of-the-art centre which trained beautiful, wet-nosed, hairy life-savers…

Well at Medical Detection Dogs that’s exactly what work looks like and we’re recruiting!

The charity trains dogs to smell human disease. It is at the forefront of the research into the fight against diseases like cancer and Parkinson’s. And it trains dogs to give people with conditions like Diabetes and PoTs their lives back by warning them when they are about to have a potentially fatal episode.

Come along to one of our first ever recruitment evenings on Thursday 21st March or Wednesday 3rd April between 5pm-7pm to find out more about the charity and the exciting new vacancies we have. Come along and meet us at our fantastic new Training Centre, find out what it’s like to work at Medical Detection Dogs and try your hand at some practical skills.

We’re at Millfield, Greenway Business Park, Great Horwood, Milton Keynes MK17 0NP

We are expanding and have exciting new vacancies for a variety of roles across the charity, including:

  • Dog Trainers and Instructors
  • Finance/Admin support
  • Fundraising
  • Marketing

If you are unable to attend but are interested in working with us, please attach your CV indicating which area of work you would be interested in to hr@medicaldetectiondogs.org.uk

If you would like to join us please complete the form below:

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