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Animal care and service workers provide care for animals by bathing, grooming, and feeding them, as well as giving them exercise to keep them healthy. Animal care workers can be employed to take care of a range of different kinds of animals, from pets to livestock and farm animals. The education requirements vary but most employers require a high school diploma or equivalent and provide on-the-job training. You can also attend vocational schools for further qualification. Zoos may require bachelor's degrees.
Job openings for pet sitters and non-farm animal caretakers can be found by searching classified ads in local newspapers, as well as online job boards like Craigslist. Vacancies for other animal care positions can also be found by searching for organizations that deal with those animals.
The interview process will assess you for a range of attributes and skills that indicate that you have the ability to perform the job well. Compassion for animals, trustworthiness, reliability, and customer service ability are all important to your success.
To prepare for an interview for an animal care and service worker, take stock of your experience with animals. Many employers will want to know that you're dedicated to the well-being of animals and may require that you've demonstrated that. You can demonstrate it by volunteering at animal shelters for a length of time, or taking care of your neighbor's pet. Employers will also want to know that they can rely on you and trust you. Demonstrate your customer service skills by asking insightful questions about the needs of the animal(s) owner and learn about how best to care for that animal. For an added bonus, show your intuitive understanding of animals by articulating the kind of information you take in and interpret and the actions you take to produce a positive outcome.