The Executive Assistant swill be responsible for handling a wide range of administrative tasks and supporting up to 3 of the executives of the company, while working independently with little or no supervision.The Legal Assistants are responsible for managing, producing, and processing administrative and client-specific information in a manner that ensures that the firms successfully meets their business and client service objectives.If you are interested in adopting a Military Working Dog into your family, we encourage you to get your application in and we will schedule you for a dog as soon as we can.However, be prepared for a long wait due to the community’s high interest in our adoption program.We are an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, protected veteran status, or disability status.Your application will be kept on file in order of the date of receipt.If questions arisewhen going over your application we will usually email or telephone you for clarification.
Positions will involve administrative tasks, scanning, prepping and converting files and traditional documents. All applicants applying for Canadian locations must be authorized to work in Canada and reside in Canada.
We will do our best to match our available dogs with your preferences in terms of breed, gender, color, etc., but cannot guarantee that we will have a dog that will exactly match your desires.
Please remember that no matter what their type, sex or color, these retired Military Working Dogs were selected by the Do D for their stable and outgoing temperaments, they make wonderful companions, and they deserve great homes. Can you give me an overview of the Adoption Process?
Congressional Military Working Dog adoption law gives priority first to civilian Law Enforcement Agencies, then to prior handlers, and finally to the general public.
In the event that a dog’s ageor fitness precludes it from being considered for Law Enforcement duties, then a former handler is most often selected.They range in age from 1 year to 13 years of age, and include both males and females, although they are spayed or neutered before being adopted. How long can I expect to wait to be able to adopt one of your dogs?