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Posted by mendyyt45
 - October 20, 2019, 07:28:25 pm
I have an interview booked for next week for the position of a p/t animal technician. I was obviously having a bit of a blonde day when I applied as it didn't even occur to me that it would be looking after animals that are to be used in research.

I do desperately need a job but this feels like I'd be selling my soul to the devil. I used to work in a vets and have had little rats etc as pets so this doesn't sit easy with me at all.


Does anybody have any experience of what this role actually entails? Further details aren't being given to us until the actual interview and I'm now quite concerned that it's going to involve more than cleaning out and feeding the poor little mites.

Thankss