Welcome to the New Zealand Police Dog Charitable Trust website. Thank you for visiting us. The trust supports the work of the New Zealand Police dog section by funding activities such as acquiring breeding dogs from overseas to improve NZ Police Dog bloodlines, acquiring working dogs to add value to the NZ Police Dog section, training dogs and handlers and promoting study, research and educational programmes to support these activities.
This website contains sections on the establishment of the trust and on the history of the NZ Police Dog section. You’ll also find a live feed to our Facebook page with the latest photos and dog stories. To support the work of the trust, click on the Donate tab, or take a look at our Online Shop. To find out how your contributions will be used, see the section on Funds Distribution.
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JOB VACANCY: RETAIL SHOP MANAGER: WELLINGTON/PORIRUA AREA (32 hours per week)
Greeting Police Dog Trust Community,
As some of you may be aware, The Munro Canteen Inc (trading as 'The Cop Shop' and who work closely with the Police Dog Trust) has a retail shop located at The Royal New Zealand Police College in PORIRUA, as well as a satellite retail outlet operating out of the NZ Police Museum and of course our online e-commerce store. We are pleased to announce that we have a vacancy for an experienced and energetic Retail Shop Manager to join our dynamic team based here in Porirua. The position offers 32 hours per week with loads of opportunity to bring your ideas, knowledge and experience.
Full details regarding the position and skill set we are seeking are available by sending an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org and we will send the information straight to you. Applications for the position are due to close at 5pm this Friday the 11th September, however we are extending this out to Sunday the 13th September at 5pm.