Cats Protection
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Cats Protection Careers and Employment

About the company

  • CEO
    James Yeates
  • Founded
    1927
  • Company size
    1001 to 5,000
  • Revenue
    £5m to £25m
  • Industry
    Non-profit & NGO
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Salaries

Salary estimated from 617 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed.

Popular Roles

Care Assistant
£13,729 per year
Contracting Officer
£32,328 per year
Area Manager
£9.31 per hour

Management

Area Manager
£9.31 per hour
Philanthropy Manager
£31,909 per year
Data Manager
£39,308 per year

Administrative Assistance

Receptionist
£11,568 per year
Center Manager
£27,989 per year
Data Entry Clerk
£28,802 per year

Marketing

Marketing Specialist
£29,661 per year
Digital Marketer
£28,894 per year
Marketing Manager
£40,917 per year
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 173 reviews and is evolving.

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Work-life balance

Reviews

Current employee in Remote worker
on 7 January 2021
Cares about its people
Cats Protection has been outstanding in its response to the COVID-19 pandemic. They have offered flexibility both in terms of location and working practices, making sure employees have all they need to work successfully at home. They have reinvented the way they do work with many practices moving from on-site to virtual and it has really showcased their creativity. Where people have been furloughed, there has been excellent communication and support throughout. It's been a tough time and throughout they have continued to make you feel valued and cared for whether you are an employee or volunteer.
Charity Shop Volunteer in Brighton
on 27 December 2020
lovely coworkers and lovely job!
I volunteered there for a few months in the Brighton store, and it was a great place to work. Pleasant coworkers who were relaxed and kind, gave me a lot of experience working on a shop floor. Would recommend to anyone!
Volunteer in Ipswich
on 14 December 2020
Productive and fun workplace
I alwayr had the opportunity each day to work as a part of the team and learn a lot of things every day.You know you are always helping and doing your best.
Store Manager (Full Time) in Scotland
on 9 December 2020
Left to save stores with no help from above!
This company promise you the Earth and the completely under deliver. They do not support any managers never mind the successful ones, they have used the pandemic as a scape got and screwed over all the lower level staff. The support whilst working, on paper was great, but never really happened. There is a terrible blame culture from senior management and it’s absolutely a case of working for cowards. As a team member I was always guiding and helping fix upper managements mess’s and that just became what was expected.Do not work for them at all!!!!
VOLUNTEER in Bournemouth, Dorset
on 30 November 2020
Fun workplace
I worked in one of their charity shops on charminister road, Bournemouth. I enjoyed it and I made lots of friends. We raised a lot of money fundraising, I was a general sales assistant
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Interview insights

Insights from 69 Indeed users who have interviewed with Cats Protection within the last 5 years.

Favourable experience
Interview is easy
Process takes about a day or two

Interview questions

Ask about your work experience your suggestions to improve sales all the usual stuff really

Shared on 6 May 2018

I It is about caring about the cats, that need help, protecting then ,giving them a lovely life, its are purpose in life

Shared on 2 August 2017

They ask about the mission statements, Health & Safety at Work, and how you would improve sales

Shared on 28 July 2017
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