Junior Assistance Animal Reviewer



Mooresville, NC, USA
Posted on Wednesday, June 5, 2024

Our Vision:

PetScreening strives to be the global leader for pet screening and animal validation. We want to make the world more pet inclusive no matter where you live, work, play, or stay.

Our Mission:

PetScreening advocates responsible pet ownership and helps validate legitimate assistance animal accommodation requests.

What We Do:

PetScreening™ is the fastest growing pet-property tech SaaS company. We help property managers and housing providers manage residents' pets and assistance animals (service animals/emotional support animals/companion animals/etc.). Our proprietary screening platform adds an additional layer of liability protection by having a standardized process when dealing with household pets and assistance animals.

Our Culture:

PetScreening has a pet-friendly office located in the heart of the Merino Mill in Mooresville, NC. Our large office provides space for independent, team, and large group collaboration within several different types of work spaces. Our casual office environment encourages our employees to bring their pets to work. We offer a hybrid schedule, which includes select optional remote work days allowing our employees to work hard while having fun.

Benefits Offered:

  • Medical/Dental/Vision/HSA benefits offered after 30 days of employment.

  • Company sponsored Life Insurance and Short Term Disability.

  • Optional Life Insurance and Long Term Disability Plans.

  • 401(k) with 3% match regardless of employee contribution. Quarterly open enrollment.

  • Paid time off accrual beginning first day of employment

  • Paid holidays

  • Optional remote work days

  • Paid Family/Military/Bereavement leave

  • Pet friendly office

Job Description
  • Analyze submitted documentation to determine whether it is sufficient to meet Fair Housing guidelines.
  • Review other profile information for accuracy of information.
  • Show attention to detail and critical thinking skills.
  • Take ownership of assignments and be proactive towards achieving goals.


  • Provide professional explanations to users regarding insufficient information.
  • Collaborate with the team in discussions regarding questionable information.
  • Participate in team discussions regarding procedural changes or continued training.
  • Report to team lead and management as appropriate.


  • Education and/or professional experience working in a field directly related to disability services (medical, therapy, special education, etc).
  • Proficiency with technology and computers (Google Suite, Slack, Zoom).
  • Ability to develop and maintain momentum through workflow.
  • Ability to maintain focus, even at times when the environment can become distracting.
  • Able to adapt to various workloads/procedural changes in an ever-changing environment etc.