No Leash Needed Careers and Jobs

Daycamp Attendant

Full Time
Rate of pay$14 - $15 per hour

Our daycamp attendant position is the perfect place for you if you are looking for a career in animal care! We are looking for great attendants to add to our already great team! We have high standards of pet care in feeding, watering, and medicating the animals, as well as safely managing the daycamp yards, individual play sessions, basic bathing/grooming skills, and cleaning/disinfecting the facility daily. Looking for highly motivated individuals who have a keen attention to detail, great communication, displays excellent teamwork skills, takes initiative and direction, and of course has a love and passion for animals and their owners. No Leash Needed is a company that individuals can grow with in having a passion for animals and their personal well being, as well as successfully serving a loyal client base. Here at No Leash Needed, we believe in the mission of “Pet Lovers Delighting Pet Lovers” and we demonstrate this through being playful, passionate, personal and professional always.

Equal Employment Opportunity:

NVA Pet Resorts is an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action employer committed to diversity in the workplace. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, age, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, gender identity or any other factor protected by applicable federal, state or local laws.

Work with a team who all exemplify these qualities:

  • A passion for animals and animal care, especially dogs. Willing to learn animal behavior to ensure their safety.
  • Focuses on safe and gentle handling. Forceful, aversive, aggressive handling, vocalizing or treatment will not be tolerated.
  • Customer Service Oriented - Ability to take care of the customers’ needs while following company procedures. Manages difficult or emotional customer situations; Responds promptly to customer needs; Responds to request for service and assistance. Build trust with customers.
  • Willing and able to communicate directly with clients, both written and orally, about their dog. Works to make these “lifetime clients”.
  • Must be able to work under conditions that require sitting, standing, walking, bending, reaching, pulling, pushing and grasping.
  • Conflict Resolution - Ability to handle conflict with tact and diplomacy
  • Good team work and willingness to assist other departments as necessary
  • Cheerful, friendly, positive team-oriented attitude
  • Strong attention to detail, especially where documentation is concerned. Ability to work in computer systems such as Microsoft Office.
  • Reliable, punctual, and dependable
  • Ability to work a flexible schedule, including holidays and weekends
  • Ability to take direction well and apply it independently 
  • Ability to work in temperature extremes, work outside, or in distracting work environments such as loud noise/sound
  • Ability to tolerate being in close contact with various bodily fluids and to get dirty frequently 
  • Must be comfortable being around dogs of all sizes and physically able to handle dogs of all sizes and to lift up to 60 lbs. 
  • Other duties as assigned.


  • Ensure that each guest is treated with respect and dignity
  • Ensure that all guests are receiving appropriate amounts of food and water, clean and sanitize food/water bowls on a daily basis.
  • Clean up dog poop, urination and any vomit several times throughout your shift
  • Walk dogs on leash to and from outside exercise areas. 
  • Engage in play activities with pets including: fetch, exercise walks, chase, agility, follow the leader, recall and basic obedience games, etc.
  • Supervise activities of multiple dogs throughout the day
  • Monitor closely for any potential conflicts or escalations and redirect or remove one or more dogs from the situation as needed
  • Maintain a sanitary and healthy environment by following our standards of cleaning and disinfecting rooms
  • Monitor guest’s health by daily charting of eating and elimination habits. Dispose of and clean up any stool and urine.
  • Monitor guest’s reaction to playtimes and general demeanor by charting playtime interactions
  • Follow all standards of safety with regards to handling guests, particularly aggressive guests and escape artists
  • Pay specific attention to special handling notes, (Meds Person to Feed, Aggressive, Separate for Feeding, etc.)
  • Immediately alert front staff and resort manager when a guest is ill or exhibiting odd behavior - follow-up by filling out illness form and turning it into a shift lead/manager.
  • Operate washer and dryer to clean pet belongings, towels, etc. Ensure belongings are returned to the appropriate pet.
  • Ensure the facility meets or exceeds our expectations with regards to cleanliness and safety. Clean and sanitize all pet enclosures, exercise yards, and common areas. Properly mix and use disinfectants and other chemicals safely as instructed by the supervisor.
  • Ensure that the property is maintained (lawn care, snow removal, tree maintenance)
  • Alert manager(s) when levels of inventory are low
  • Help maintain the cleanliness of the property by picking up and disposing of trash or debris. Keep aisles, drains, carts, shelves, sinks, floors, furniture, counters and glass clean, sanitary and free of clutter/debris. Empty and sanitize trash cans and receptacles. 
  • Alert manager of any safety or operational issues ie: broken guillotine doors, burnt-out lights, not enough salt for snowy areas, etc.
  • Keep informed of important notices, meetings, etc. by consulting the "Guest Services Command Center" 
  • Consult with other departments

A Day In The Life:

As a daycamp attendant, you are part of a larger team who is focused on the daily care of the pets. You’ll report to work on time over a variety of shifts to handle everything from walking dogs, giving them a potty break, feeding and administering medications, cleaning their rooms, playing with dogs and caring for them as if they were your own. You might snuggle a shy pup who needs some extra special attention while also helping a regular get right back into the swing of things. You’ll not only communicate with the dog(s), but demonstrate effective communication with your team and pet parents when needed. You’ll document what you are seeing and report to your management team and teammates. Of course, some things that are always going to be part of a job working with animals is that you are going to scoop some poop, clean up some pee, go home with some fur on you and get lots of sloppy kisses!

No Leash Needed - Hampton

2649 Hampton Ave, St. Louis, MO, 63139