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    Grantmaking & Charitable Foundations
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Animal Caretaker
$14.32 per hour
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$19.97 per hour
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Overnight Animal Care Worker in Toronto, ON
on 24 May 2020
Unreasonable Expectations from Unhelpful Management
I really loved this job because it’s so rewarding however when they hired me they were supposed to be a minimum of 2 overnight ACWs but it was only me. I was the only human in the whole building from 8PM till 7:30AM. The duties of two people were already overwhelming but then there was an influx of kittens who required syringe feeding. It takes about 15 minutes to warm the formula, draw enough of it, safely feed the kitten, and the record the details for ONE KITTEN There were usually 4-5 that needed feeding so with barely enough time to finish my usual work kid I had over an hour eaten up by feeding the kittens
Animal Care Worker in Toronto, ON
on 29 November 2020
Toxic environment
The job is physically exhausting as well as mentally. It wouldn't be so bad if management was understanding that ACWs are humans and not robots who have super speed. Management doesn't care, they'll make it seem like they do but really they don't. Understaffed shifts make it easy to burn out. Even if you don't have anxiety you're definitely gonna develope it and have numerous break downs from the lack of support. When you do have time to interact with the animals its great because each animal is unique.
Animal Care Attendant in Toronto, ON
on 11 September 2020
No fun
Upper management was awful did not care about the animal care workers It was a very toxic work environmentLove days little pay Tell u that u are not working hard enough
Animal Care Attendant (Volunteer) in Toronto, ON
on 25 June 2020
Productive and fun workplace
Pleasant atmosphere. Rewarding job in caring for all the animals. Success stories in the recovery of the animals well being and being adopted into their forever homes.
Shelter Supervisor in 11 river st
on 3 April 2020
Honest Review
Do not recommend for a place of employment. Management lacks on a day to day basis. Animals are not there 1st priority as they claim. I haven’t had to write a negative review regarding a work place but there is a 1st time for everything.
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