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PDSA Careers and Employment

About the company

  • CEO
    John Smith
  • Founded
    1917
  • Company size
    1001 to 5,000
  • Revenue
    £100m to £500m
  • Industry
    Non-profit & NGO
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Jobs

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Full-time
Receptionist

Liverpool

£16,565 - £17,062 a year

6 hours ago

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Full-time
Assistant Shop Manager

Whitley Bay

£15,871 a year

6 hours ago

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Full-time
Assistant Shop Manager

Spennymoor

£15,871 a year

6 hours ago

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Full-time
Receptionist

Dundee

£16,565 - £17,062 a year

1 day ago

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Stock & Sales Assistant

Kentish Town

£15,871 a year

3 days ago

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Full-time
Receptionist

Cardiff

£16,565 - £17,062 a year

3 days ago

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Veterinary Nurse Team Leader

Cardiff

£23,560 - £24,267 a year

3 days ago

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Full-time, Part-time
Veterinary Nurse

Cardiff

£19,505 - £21,673 a year

3 days ago

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Part-time
Veterinary Care Assistant

Glasgow

£17,500 a year

9 days ago

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Part-time
Veterinary Care Assistant

London

£19,300 a year

7 days ago

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Part-time
Bank Veterinary Care Assistant

Margate

£17,500 a year

13 days ago

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Graduate Veterinary Surgeon

Plymouth

£26,697 a year

10 days ago

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Part-time
Veterinary Nurse

Birmingham

£19,505 - £21,673 a year

10 days ago

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Graduate Veterinary Surgeon

Newcastle upon Tyne

£26,697 a year

10 days ago

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Graduate Veterinary Surgeon

Liverpool

£26,697 a year

10 days ago

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Graduate Veterinary Surgeon

Glasgow

£26,697 a year

10 days ago

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Graduate Veterinary Surgeon

Birmingham

£26,697 a year

10 days ago

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Veterinary Nurse Team Leader

London

£27,460 - £28,167 a year

8 days ago

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Part-time
Veterinary Nurse

Derby

£19,505 - £21,673 a year

8 days ago

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Graduate Veterinary Surgeon

Gillingham

£26,697 a year

10 days ago

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Salaries

Salary estimated from 717 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed.

Popular Roles

Surgeon
£41,923 per year
Veterinary Nurse
£20,393 per year
Client Services Manager
£25,116 per year

Veterinary

Veterinary Nurse
£20,393 per year
Veterinary Assistant
£16,134 per year
Animal Caretaker
£14,806 per year

Management

Client Services Manager
£25,116 per year
Strategy Manager
£45,351 per year

Customer Service

Customer Service Representative
£17,195 per year
Customer Relations Representative
£56,310 per year
2nd Line Support Engineer
£29,305 per year
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 701 reviews and is evolving.

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Work-life balance

Reviews

Animal Care Assistant in Stoke-on-Trent
on 30 January 2021
I was only a volunteer
I thoroughly enjoyed my time with the PDSA and they gave me the determination to become A Dairy Farmer. I experienced what it’s like to be a vet and still to this day I use the knowledge from the PDSA and the care and the passion to care for not only cows but all animals!! Thank you PDSA stoke-on-Trent
Middle Manager in Telford
on 14 February 2021
Beware of constant restructure
The ethos of the charity is amazing but their are serious issues with bad senior leaders decisions that are putting the charity at risk. Constant threats of restructures, redundancies and favouritism. Serious moral issues following last years restructure in the name of Covid. People with many years service and experience disposed of without a second thought.
Assistant Manager in Maidstone, Kent
on 15 January 2021
Lack of care
The management does not care about the shop staff or volunteers just the profits. If lucky your manager will be your care and security but higher up management only promise care and keeping you safe but do not follow through. You will always be expected to step in and cover no matter the situation and may spend months doing a two person role with no support or extra pay. Even if you are in actual danger all you get is an offer to step back which leaves you with no income. Problems are often left to escalate so that any solution than becomes ineffective.
Veterinary Assistant in Kirkdale
on 5 January 2021
Amazing experience, busy but interesting.
I loved my role as a vca, I worked in the busiest hospital in Kirkdale and it was a very fast paced but exciting place to train. I got on with the vets really well and some of the nurses and other vcas were really friendly and will probably be lifelong friends, but some made my life awful there and is one of the reasons I left. Bullying did go on there and though I complained multiple times and it wasn't just aimed at me, several people were often in tears or wanting to avoid work and yet nothing was done. In my current job in a school, this would not be acceptable behavior. Other practices maybe different and there were a lot of pros to working there and very few cons. Money is not great but it is competitive for the role.
Online product lister in Aston
on 19 December 2020
Toxic and cliquey
The job was quite repetitive but easy enough. The main reason I left the company was due to the toxic behaviour of staff. There’s was a lot of back stabbing, and unnecessary gossiping about staff members when they’d leave the room. Team leader was unprofessional, if the manager was away she’d tell us to have 2 hour lunch breaks and let us leave half an hour early. If you didn’t want to sit with the longest serving members of staff for lunch and you wanted to go out and grab food or get fresh air, then expect to be spoken about or shunned for not spending a whole hour at lunch with them repeating the same conversations everyday. Don’t tell your team leader anything personal as they’ll tell the whole office before the day has ended. The pay was awful and if you want to progress you can’t because there’s two people who have been there longer so they automatically get promotions and make it clear if you even attempt to go for a promotion then you are a bad person and you’ll will be spoken about EXTENSIVELY.Also, not a very diverse environment and people in charge of hiring made it clear that wouldn’t be changing any time soon.
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Why are you applying to work at PDSA?

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What Skills can you Bring to PDSA?

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If you like it and if you enjoy it there

Shared on 6 May 2018
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