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June 20, 2010 at 7:36 pm #31638Learnist CareersParticipant
Pets at Home Application Form
For all you animal lovers out there, hereâ€™s your perfect job! Providing care and attention to all the gorgeous animals who are seeking new homes can be such a rewarding job.
With over 300 stores across the UK, there are plenty of jobs to go around. Pets at Home have employees with all different types of backgrounds, but they all have a passion for animals and retail in common.
How to Apply
To apply at Pets at Home, you have two options. Either take in a copy of your CV along with a covering letter telling them a little bit about your background/experience and why you would like a job at Pets at Home. Or you can fill out their application form which you can get by asking in store, or from the internet. The application form shouldnâ€™t take any longer than 15-20 minutes to complete, itâ€™s just to get a better idea about each candidate.
If youâ€™re successful at the application stage, you will be called in for an interview. The interview process at Pets at Home is in two stages, a group interview and a 1:1 interview. The group interview gives the interviewer a chance to see how well you work as part of a team, you will be asked to do some sort of group exercise (they will inform you about this on the day of your interview), usually with this, it doesnâ€™t matter too much on what the outcome of the task is, just try to take leadership throughout the group if possible, involve yourself as much as possible. Your 1:1 interview will just be a way for the interviewer to find out a little more about your personality, they may ask more questions regarding your application form or CV. Try to be as positive as you can, it also helps if you have researched a bit about the company then you can ask questions towards the end.
The salary you are looking at for a store manager is between Â£26,660 and Â£35,547pa, for an assistant manager youâ€™re looking at a salary between Â£16,467 and Â£18,053, and for a sales assistant, your salary is competitive, all depending on the store youâ€™re working at.
Click here to visit Pets at Home job site.June 26, 2010 at 11:29 am #34613AnonymousGuest
pets at home form is not available to download, could you help guys?October 23, 2011 at 11:56 am #34614AnonymousGuest
hi, im brand new to this entire website, but yes, i hear your struggle everytime ive tried to get to the application form online at pets at home it says internet explorer cannot display webpage! waaaaa! im 16 and i desperatly want a job in the aninal industry im on an animal care course at college, where i have to deal with reptiles, large animals (farm) etc, and ive been everywhere looking for a job, i went in pets at home yesterday and ask if there where any jobs going and she said no, but apply online and bring it in, ive tried other small pets shops, birthdays ( the birthday shop duh!) but i just want my own income i hate asking for money for my other job at ringside stud, (im a stud hand) but that just to keep my horses there rent free, to be truly independant is my dream, please if anyones knows how to get the application form can you please help me out.
thankyou for reading, i know i blab…. :-October 23, 2011 at 12:43 pm #34615Learnist CareersParticipant
i have just checked pets at home job site and i agree with you, its completely useless!
i tried to see current vacancies but no chance because the site is down for some reason.October 22, 2014 at 11:51 am #34616AnonymousGuest
Hello my name is Scott. I am currently looking for any sort of part time or full time work available as i am currently out of work. Could you send me a application form or let me know ASAP. ThanksOctober 22, 2014 at 11:53 am #34617AnonymousGuest
Hello my name is Scott. I am 18 and currently out of work. I was wondering if there was any full time or part time work available. If you could send me a application form or let me know ASAP Thanks.December 20, 2014 at 6:14 pm #34618AnonymousGuest
Working at Pets at Home can be very helpful if you’re looking for a career in veterinary medicine, because you’re around all of the animals all day, and you will learn a lot about them and how to look after them. If you’re a student and you know that you want to be a vet at some point in the future, this is something that you should consider.January 18, 2016 at 2:06 pm #34619AnonymousGuest
Do all pets at home jobs require good animal handling? What if an applicant has an allergy to certain animals?
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