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Nutrition specialist for tailor-made dog-food business.
We’re tails.com – experts in keeping dogs happy and healthy. We do that by creating a unique tails.com recipe for each and every dog, asking owners a few simple questions – and then delivering straight to the door. It’s radical stuff. Join, and you’ll be right at the heart of a business that’s changing the world of pet food for good.
A tasty recipe
Listening closely. Understanding what customers and their dogs need. Solving problems. Making decisions. Those are the secrets to getting it right every time – hearing what each customer has to say, then working out how we’ll make them utterly delighted. That’s not exaggerating. Our whole business is built around phenomenal service – putting you right at the heart of one of the most successful start-ups around. From logistics to tech, you’ll get to see every part of our business from the customer’s perspective. And you’ll be working with our Nutrition and Veterinary Teams to deliver the right nutrition in a taste each dog loves.
How you can help us achieve this
You love dogs, and working with our French customers to solve their requests puts a smile on your face. You are either a qualified veterinary nurse (or technician!) or have a background in animal science, with an interest in pet nutrition and you are looking for the opportunity to develop this field of knowledge.
You’ll be helping to pave the way into new markets by getting to know our French customers and being part of our Customer Experience Team (both French and UK), feeding insights back into the company - helping us to be the best we can be. Over time as your knowledge builds and the market grows, there will be the opportunity to develop into a Nutrition Specialist, finding new ways to support our customers.
On top of all this, you’ll share the same ambition and entrepreneurial spark that makes tails.com a brilliant place to work. (Breakfast, drinks and the dog-friendly office in Richmond help too.)
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