Tuesday, October 27, 2020

Will you be willing to walk a dog for a living and earn N17 million a year? Then find your way to London

If you’re passionate about canines then you could be in with a chance of making some serious cash. 

A London company is offering to pay someone up to £30,000 (N17,850,000) a year to walk and look after the boss’s dog.

London-based law firm Joseph Hage Aaronson LLP has placed an advert for a personal assistant/dog-walker role which is a ‘predominantly non-desk based’ position. 

The business says it’s willing to pay between £20,000 – £30,000 a ‘down to earth self starter’. 

According to the advert, the firm needs someone to support a member of its senior leadership team.

They are looking for someone with previous experience in an assistant/errand running role and who knows how to handle dogs.

The job description reads: ‘An excellent opportunity has arisen for a Private Assistant Dog Walker role to support one of our senior leadership team.

‘We are looking for a down to earth self-starter who relishes variety and is looking for a predominantly non-desk based role as it will require this person to run errands around London. 

‘They must be highly organised and well used to an evolving “to do list” and able to keep ahead of what needs doing.’ 

It adds that duties include (but aren’t limited to) running errands and general personal support, which will include some caring of the principal’s small dog.

The hours are from 9am to 6pm, Monday to Friday – but it’s stressed that applicants should be flexible with their time. 

Other perks of the job include a company pension, life insurance and private medical and dental insurance.

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