Meet the team during lock down - Today Tim Pellett tells us what he enjoys about working for the GSPCA

Submitted by Steve on 12:27, 11th Jun, 2020 | 0

We thought you might like to know a little more about our team during the current lock down due to Covid-19.

Steve Byrne GSPCA Manager chats today to the Tim Pellett GSPCA Training and Community Officer about how he has felt over the last few months.

Tim said “I first became aware of the newly created post of Community and Training Officer at the GSPCA in mid 2018 and noted I aligned with the job advert, having a number of skill sets required of the job and recognised the same values I uphold.”

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Meet the GSPCA team during lock down – Recently we spoke to Lorna Chadwick at a social distance

Submitted by Steve on 14:27, 3rd Jun, 2020 | 0

We thought you might like to know a little more about our team during lock down due to Covid-19. Steve Byrne GSPCA Manager recently asked Lorna Chadwick the GSPCA Animal Welfare Officer how she her current thoughts.

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Meet the GSPCA team during lock down - Today we speak to Helen Holmes at a social distance

Submitted by Steve on 18:22, 22nd May, 2020 | 0

We thought you might like to know a little more about our team during the current lock down due to Covid-19. Steve Byrne GSPCA Manager has asked a number of questions and to start off we meet Helen Holmes helps in so many ways and has worked at the GSPCA since May 2007.

Steve Byrne asks “Why did you want to work for the GSPCA?” 

Helen Holmes “I want to work at the GSPCA not only because I love animals but want to help them in any way I can.”

Steve “What is your favourite part of working for the GSPCA?”

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Meet the GSPCA team during lock down - Today we speak to Anna Paint at a social distance

Submitted by Steve on 12:01, 1st May, 2020 | 0

We thought you might like to know a little more about our team during the current lock down due to Covid-19. Steve Byrne GSPCA Manager has asked a number of questions and to start off we meet Anna Paint the GSPCA Senior Animal Care Assistant who heads up the cattery and has worked at the GSPCA since October 2002

Steve Byrne asks “Why did you want to work for the GSPCA?” 

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Good Luck to the superstar Helen in her new role, all the GSPCA team will miss her in her full time role

Submitted by Steve on 15:44, 1st Mar, 2019 | 0

Yesterday was a very sad day for the team at the GSPCA as we said farewell to Helen Holmes in her role who is without doubt one of the most diverse staff members at the GSPCA.

Helen has worked at the GSPCA for over 12 years and although has the title of Admin Manager you would often see her helping on animal departments, carrying out home visits, covering reception, helping at events, hand rearing animals, running the vet list, helping owners with their cremations and so many other duties that helped so many animals, their owners and the team throughout the GSPCA.

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Huge congratulations to GSPCA staff member Beckie & her new husband who got married last week from all at the GSPCA

Submitted by Steve on 10:17, 22nd Sep, 2017 | 0

From all of the animals and team at the GSPCA we all wish Beckie Smith now Mrs Bailey and her new husband Jono many congratulations.

Beckie is a real star at the GSPCA helping in all areas of work from the ambulance to the hospital department, running Birthday tours to helping on the front desk.

Beckie has been a volunteer and supporter at the Shelter for many years and recently GSPCA Manager Steve Byrne asked Beckie a few questions about her new role as an Animal Care Assistant which she started earlier this year.

Why did you want to work for the GSPCA?

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Good luck Sarah Ozanne from all of the team at the GSPCA in a new veterinary nursing career

Submitted by Steve on 15:15, 2nd May, 2017 | 0

On the 15th February 2012 Sarah Ozanne joined the team at the GSPCA as a volunteer dog walker and started helping at the Animal Shelter in many of the departments.

Her interest in the work at the Shelter quickly grew and after applying for a full time post at the GSPCA she started her career in December of the same year.

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Collette Pattimore retires from the GSPCA after more than 10 years of loyal, caring and wonderful service - we will all miss her

Submitted by Steve on 22:25, 26th Jul, 2016 | 0

Today the GSPCA said goodbye to a wonderful, dedicated and loyal member of staff who has served the GSPCA for over 10 years.

Collette Pattimore who has worked primarily in the boarding cats department of the GSPCA has been an invaluable part time member of staff that we will all miss.

Collette retired today after 10 years of service and the animals, customers and team will all miss her care and hard work.

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Meet the Staff - Ashleigh and Seb joined the team earlier this year find out how they are doing

Submitted by Steve on 13:36, 22nd Jul, 2016 | 0

At the end of 2015 beginning of 2016 Seb Goman joined the team at the GSPCA to help primarily on kennels but has been learning to work and care for the animals in the many other departments. Seb also helps to ensure we have 24/7 cover at the Shelter and has become a fantastic member of the team with her caring and helpful nature.

In April 2016 Ashleigh Le Page joined the team and has also been learning the many departments at the GSPCA working primarily caring for the cats but also learning to care for the 300+ animals at the GSPCA.

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A fond farewell to Inez after 13 fantastic years at the GSPCA - we will all miss her

Submitted by Steve on 11:21, 23rd Mar, 2016 | 0

After 13 years at the GSPCA the team waved Inez Rawcliffe a fond farewell into her retirement on Monday.

Inez who has primarily worked in the Boarding Cat Department has helped all around the GSPCA and has been a fantastic member of the team.

Inez has worked 3 mornings on 3 off opposite Collette Pattimore and has always been a caring and wonderful GSPCA Animal Care Assistant and will be sorely missed.

Steve Byrne GSPCA Manager said "Inez has been a real rock for us here at the GSPCA always reliable, caring and hard working and we will all miss her greatly."

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