Monday, December 31, 2012

Animal Keeper

Paignton Zoo Environmental Park


Animal Keeper Vacancy on the Mammal Department


Minimum of four years zoo animal husbandry experience namely with carnivores (in particular big cats) and/or primates essential. Applicants holding the Diploma in the Management of Zoo & Aquarium Animals, (BIAZA / Sparsholt College) or other equivalent qualifications preferred. Full driving licence desirable.

The successful applicant will be expected to work on a 38 ¾ hour week roster with 2 days off per week (1 weekend off in 3). Starting salary according to experience.                          

Applications to be by post only (not by e-mail) and include full CV and handwritten covering letter to:    

To:  Neil Bemment,

        Director of Operations & Curator of Mammals,
        Paignton Zoo Environmental Park,
        Totnes Road, Paignton,
        Devon TQ4 7EU


Closing Date:  Friday 11th January, 2013


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Friday, December 28, 2012

Animal Trainer


Job Title: Animal Trainer

Salary Range: Commensurate with experience

Open Period: December 28, 2012 – January 27, 2013

Position Information: Full time, Permanent

Vacancies: One (1)

Job summary:

Animal Trainer
Barranquilla’s Botanical and Zoological Foundation is a nonprofit organization in charge of the administration of the Barranquilla Zoo since 1993, whose mission is to promote the conservation of the biodiversity of the Caribbean Region of Colombia.

The Animal Trainer is responsible of guaranteeing the training of selected species within the animal collection for demonstration, contact, clinical and behavioral purposes, in accordance with our mission, and the national and international standards adopted by the Foundation.

Key requirements:

  • Biology, veterinary, ecology or exotic animal training and management degree.
  • Two (2) years experience in zoo/wild animal training.
  • Staff management experience.
  • Demonstrated knowledge and experience in planning and budgets.
  • Availability to work long hours, after-hours calls, and weekend/public holiday work.
  • Fluency in Spanish (Native or CEF: B2) and English (TOEFL: 80/120, CEF: B1).
  • Demonstrated computer skills and proficiency in database applications and Microsoft Office.
  • Excellent oral expression. Presentation skills desirable.


  • Variable compensation
  • Life insurance
  • Subsidized cafeteria meals and snacks

To apply:

Please send your CV with your salary expectations to The complete job profile for this position is also available upon request.

What to expect next:

If you are found to be a highly qualified candidate, you will be contacted for further consideration.

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Friday, December 21, 2012

Part Time Diver

Britain’s Best Aquarium!


Blue Planet Aquarium is a market leader visitor attraction and North West regional gem based in Cheshire, operated by Deep Sea Leisure PLC.


Part Time Diver


A unique opportunity has arisen for a Part Time Diver to be part of this successful team - offering both the freedom to develop and valuable operational experience.   


 Post requirements:


·                     PADI Open Water Scuba Instructor

·                     An up to date HSE medical and logbook

·                     Experience in resort diving operations

·                     Good customer service skills


The post is Part Time, with weekend and evening shifts on a rota’d basis.  You must be available a minimum of 3 days per week, of which 2 days should cover Friday, Saturday or Sunday in line with the needs of the business.


Please submit your CV and covering letter to: Recruitment, Blue Planet Aquarium, Cheshire Oaks, Ellesmere Port, Cheshire, CH65 9LF or Email:


Blue Planet Aquarium is an Equal Opportunities Employer


The Company does not contribute towards any relocation costs to the area. You must have or be able to get a valid work permit for the UK to be considered for this position.


Closing Date:  Friday, 4th January 2013


We do recognize the time and effort it takes to apply for a position, but as an employer of choice we receive a high volume of applications and in the interests of economy, Aspro UK does not notify candidates who have been unsuccessful in their application; consequently if you have not heard from us within 4 weeks of the closing date, please assume that you have not been successful on this occasion. 


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Thursday, December 20, 2012

Elephant Keeper


Knowsley Safari Park is the largest safari park in the UK, and at present we are under going redevelopment. As part of this development process the elephant programme is going through some exciting changes. We are looking for an enthusiastic candidate that can assist in developing and delivering the elephant programme. The elephant section at Knowsley Safari Park manages a herd of 1.6 African elephants in a protected contact system.

The successful candidate will have sound knowledge of animal husbandry and a strong team mentality to achieve the team’s objectives. The candidate will have an open minded approach to different techniques of elephant management. They will have previous experience of working with elephants and a good understanding of elephants as a unit. Experience of positive reinforcement techniques for the purpose of training would be advantageous.

Sound knowledge of working within safe working protocols and risk assessments will be essential. A full UK driving licence is essential, and tractor and trailer driving experience would be beneficial. The successful candidate will have an Advanced National Certificate in the Management of Zoo Animals qualification (or equivalent).

This is a full time, permanent position (average 40 hour working week) which will include bank holidays and weekends on a rotated basis. The position comes with a salary of up to £18,720 depending upon suitability and experience as well as 23 days holidays each year plus 8 days in lieu of bank holidays and a generous pension scheme. Continuous professional development is encouraged and the company will provide the tools to accomplish this. 
Please submit all applications in writing with a CV to:
Recruitment Department
c/o The Animal Office
Knowsley Safari Park
Prescot L34 4AN
Closing date: 06 January 2013

Interviews: An interview date is yet to be confirmed

Due to the sheer volume of applications we receive here at Knowsley, we are unable to respond to all unsuccessful applicants. Therefore, please assume that your application has been unsuccessful if you have not heard from us before 11 January 2013.

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Saturday, December 15, 2012

Assistant Curator of Birds

Sheikh Saoud Bin Mohd. Bin Ali Al-Thani

Assistant Curator of Birds

Deadline for applications: January 10, 2013.

General Information:

A unique chance has come up to work as part of an international team at Al Wabra Wildlife Preservation in Qatar in the Arabian Gulf. AWWP maintains around 2000 animals of 90 species. The bird collection focuses mainly on Birds of Paradise and threatened psittacines, as well as several other unique avian species. The position does not include direct interaction with the Spix’s macaws. Please see the website for more details:

Job Description:

The Assistant to the Bird Curator is responsible for supporting the Curator of birds in all aspects of management of the Bird Department, including:

  1. Aviary maintenance, planting and design.
  2. Supervision of Bird Keepers daily routine and food preparation.
  3. Management of reproductive activity, including bird socializations, artificial incubation and hand-rearing.
  4. Supervision of the daily distribution of birds medications and routine disease monitoring, as well as assistance in veterinary treatments.
  5. Record-keeping, data collection and data encoding.
  6. Preparation of guidelines, protocols and working schedules for Bird Department personnel.
  7. Administration and record-keeping of Bird Department human resources.
  8. Management of food stocks and in-house insect production.

Applicants for the position must fulfill the following requirements:

  1. At least 3 years experience in captive bird husbandry, preferably with passerines and/or psittacines.
  2. A degree in zoology, ornithology or another related field is preferred.
  3. Extensive knowledge of bird husbandry, nutrition, disease, ecology and behaviour.
  4. Expertise in artificial incubation and hand-rearing techniques.
  5. Experience with record-keeping and data collection.
  6. Basic computer skills (Word, Excel and internet as a minimum, knowledge of ISIS would be an advantage).
  7. High level capability in oral and written English.
  8. Knowledge of Arabic is a bonus but not essential.
  9. Flexibility in working hours and an ability to work in a multi-cultural environment.

Working conditions:

  • Initial contract is for 2 years; starting with a probationary period of 3 months.
  • Work schedule is based on 6 days / 48 hours per week.
  • Flexible working hours depending on the season.
  • 1 month paid holiday per year excluding official holidays in Qatar.
  • One paid return economy ticket to home-airport per year; Ticket at beginning and end of employment are also included.
  • Salary depends on experience and highest degree obtained.
  • Accommodation is included at AWWP, including all amenities.

Please submit a cover letter and CV to:

Please note that applicants may subsequently be requested to fill in a questionnaire. Applicants might also be invited to Qatar as part of the hiring process.

P.O. Box 44069, Al Wabra Wildlife Preservation, Doha, State of Qatar

Tel: +974 4718708 Fax: +974 4718707

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Friday, December 14, 2012


Flamingo Land Zoo
Closing date: 28th December 2012

Flamingo Land zoological department is looking for a zookeeper to join our team. Flamingo Land is one of the leading tourist attractions in the UK, attracting more than 1.4 million visitors each year. The zoo is in an exciting phase of development that has recently seen the creation of a number of themed zoogeographic areas and the development of the education, conservation and research departments.

The successful candidate will initially be focused on our brand new Children’s Planet exhibit and Muddy Duck Farm exhibit, which includes meerkats, porcupines, coatis, Asian short-clawed otters, banded mongoose, warthog, Visayan warty pigs, red river hogs and more. There will also be an opportunity to be trained on other animal sections within the zoo. All of our zoo keepers are encouraged to participate in a range of activities which include research, environmental enrichment and education. The successful candidate will have experience working in a zoological collection and have passed the Advanced National Certificate in the Management of Zoo Animals (or equivalent). Experience with any of the above mentioned species would be an advantage, but you will receive direct training in the husbandry of these species. The successful candidate will be expected to be very personable and able to communicate well with the visitors, including delivering public talks. The successful candidate will also be enthusiastic and a good team player.

Interviews will take place during the week beginning the 31st December 2012.

Please send a CV and covering letter before 28th December 2012 to:

Steve Nasir
Animal Collection Manager
Flamingo Land
Kirby Misperton
North Yorkshire
YO17 6UX

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Thursday, December 13, 2012

Elephant Team Leader

Animal Department: Elephant Team Leader
Deadline: Monday 21st January 2013.

Noah's Ark Zoo Farm is looking to appoint an Elephant Team Leader for our new Elephant Eden facility.

Noah's Ark Zoo Farm’s 20 acre Elephant Eden is set to be a flagship elephant exhibit and one of the largest in Europe. It will operate a Protective Contact system with cows and bulls and this will be managed by optimising the numerous training walls and doors incorporated into the design of the building.

The aims of Noah's Ark Zoo Farm’s Elephant Eden are:

•To house a breeding herd of elephants in a state-of-the-art environment with enough space and freedom to provide the highest levels of stimulation, enrichment and comfort 24 hours a day.
•To facilitate advances in elephant management and welfare in captivity.
•Contribute to the captive breeding population of elephants.
•Provide an invaluable, exciting educational opportunity for the visiting guests to the zoo.
•To be as eco-friendly as possible by harvesting water and relying on renewable energy sources such as solar panels and biomass heating.

Candidates must have 5 years practical experience in elephant husbandry/management a proportion of this must have been operating within a Protective Contact system. We also expect candidates to have a qualification or degree relevant to zoo keeping or animal management.

The successful candidate will work under direction of the zoo Curator and lead a team of elephant keepers, in all aspects of elephant husbandry. They will be designing and running the enrichment and training programs and involved in writing and delivering elephant management policies. They will also be responsible for the running of the elephant house and working with other zoo teams in maintenance of enclosures.
The elephant team leader will work with other staff to present Noah’s Ark with the professional, visitor-focused attitude we expect from all our employees. Candidates must be able to provide evidence of good leadership, communication and organisational skills. As elephant team leader, you’ll also need to contribute to the development and training of other elephant keeping staff.

Successful canditates will be required to have a CRB check and have a full UK driving licence.

The working week will be 5 days a week, 8am until 5pm including weekends and bank holidays on rota. With 4 weeks annual leave + bank holidays in lieu.

Applicants should be happy to work within the Christian ethos of the zoo.

Applications should include: Current CV (include details of practical experience & academic qualification) 2 relevant references with contact details for the referees and a covering letter no longer than 1 side of A4.

The covering letter should include:

•A summary of relevant experience
•Why do you think you are the right person for the position?
•Why you want to work at Noah's Ark Zoo Farm’s Elephant Eden?
•What you think you will bring to the team.
•Contact details, including an email address.

Interested parties should send CVs and a covering letters by post to Chris Wilkinson, Noah's Ark Zoo Farm, Clevedon Road, Wraxall, Bristol, BS48 1PG.

All applications should be received by Monday 21st January 2013. Salary competitive within industry.

More info available here

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Keeper – Bird Department

 Keeper – Bird Department

Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust are looking to recruit a Keeper to join the Bird Department.

The purpose of the role will be to promote the Trust’s work in the captive breeding of endangered species by working on the daily management of the animal collection under the direction of the Department Head or Deputy Head.

General daily tasks will include maintaining high standards of cleanliness in all animal enclosures, preparation of food, monitoring of animal behaviour, assisting with the capture and restraint of animals for enclosure movement, veterinary examination or export and be responsible for correct techniques such as ringing etc.

It will also be necessary to provide accurate daily records and to provide assistance, information, training and supervision to training students and conservation education staff etc.

The successful candidate will ideally hold a relevant degree level qualification, have a wide knowledge of biology, ecology and captive requirements of animal species for which this post is responsible and have a high level of fitness, computer literacy and written and verbal communication skills.

To apply please visit send your CV with an application form and a covering letter to .for more details and submit an up to date CV with a covering letter and application form.

The closing date for applications is 31st December, 2012.

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Tuesday, December 11, 2012

Education Officer


Education Officer

Twycross Zoo – East Midland Zoological Society (TZEMZS), the World Primate Centre, has over 1,000 animals and is the most comprehensive collection of primate species and subspecies in the western world.

We currently have a vacancy for an Education Officer within our Education Department.

Reporting to our Head of Education, the key purpose of this role is to prepare and deliver talks for groups of students from pre-school age up to undergraduate level and produce educational material for the Zoo. You will also attend exhibitions, market the Zoo’s educational services and deal with enquiries and queries from the public and visitors.

The successful applicant will have a degree in a Zoo-related subject and will ideally hold a teaching qualification or have significant teaching experience. Excellent presentation skills are essential along with an outgoing and confident personality. Experience in handling small animals would be preferred.

The role is full time: 9.00am-5:30pm, 5 days out of 7.

To apply for this position, please send your letter of application and CV to

Applications will close when a suitable candidate has been appointed

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Trainee Animal Keeper

Trainee Animal Keeper

Trainee Animal Keeper Vacancy on the Lower Vertebrate and Invertebrate Department

A unique opportunity has arisen with the Lower Vertebrate and Invertebrate department for a part-time trainee keeper. We are looking for a recent graduate in biological sciences. The successful candidate will be expected to undertake basic animal husbandry duties as a fundamental part of the post, but will also have opportunities to develop research ability.

Some prior experience within zoos is desirable but not essential as training will be given, however research skills are required. You will also be computer literate and have an understanding of statistical packages.

For a full job description and application form please contact Paignton Zoo, Totnes Road, Paignton, Devon, TQ4 7EU or email

To apply, please send a covering letter outlining your suitability for the role, CV and completed application form to:

Michael Bungard
Curator of Lower Vertebrates and Invertebrates
Paignton Zoo Environmental Park
Totnes Road
or email
Closing date: 11th January 2013

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Friday, December 7, 2012


Based at ZSL Whipsnade Zoo
£22,634 pa pro-rata, inclusive

ZSL Whipsnade Zoo’s Discovery and Learning department are looking for a practical learning officer to join our team. It is a full time, fixed term post until 31 December 2013.

The practical learning officer will play a key role in delivering ZSL’s learning strategy and in doing so achieve the Society’s mission to raise awareness and inform visitors and other audiences about animals and their habitats and associated conservation issues

A major remit for this position is to plan and deliver six ZSL Zoo Academy courses during 2013. ZSL Zoo Academy is a practical course aimed at 15-17 year olds wishing to pursue a career with animals. You will support the students in practical work within the ZSL Whipsnade Zoo as well as teaching theory sessions about husbandry, welfare and aspects of conservation. You will also be responsible for planning and liaising with the animal department and ensuring safe working practice at all times. Additional practical programmes delivery for other audiences will be also required.

The role will also involve delivering some live interpretation events at ZSL Whipsnade Zoo. You will assist the explainers in providing interpretation experiences throughout the day on a variety of topics within the zoo. Effective presentation skills are required to ensure these events achieve the educational and visitor enjoyment targets set by the ZSL. In addition, you will assist the education officers in the delivery of some formal learning sessions and activities to the wide range of audiences that attend ZSL Whipsnade Zoo as part of an education visit.

The ideal candidate will have:

  • Experience of teaching in either a formal or informal education setting.
  • Experience working in a zoo or animal related environment
  • Ability to carry out and demonstrate to others correct animal husbandry and management skills.
  • Excellent written and spoken communication skills.
  • Experience working with children and communicating to a wide range of audiences
  • Previous experience of presenting public talks/shows/events
  • Ability to learning new skills and information within a strict time limit e.g. performance skills, handling different animals, working with different departments in the zoo
  • Available to work Saturdays
  • Able to work in an outdoor environment for large period of time, in all weather conditions.

Applicants should send their CV and a covering letter detailing relevant experience and skills, by email to ZSL’s HR Department (

The closing date for this position is Thursday 20 December 2012

It is important that you are legally permitted to work in this country and will therefore need to provide us with evidence of your right to work in the UK.

Founded in 1826, the Zoological Society of London (ZSL) is an international scientific, conservation and educational charity: our key role is the conservation of animals and their habitats. The Society runs ZSL London Zoo and ZSL Whipsnade Zoo, carries out scientific research at the Institute of Zoology and is actively involved in field conservation overseas. For further information please visit The Zoological Society of London is a registered Charity. No: 208728

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Veterinary Officer: Zoological Society of London (ZSL),

Veterinary Officer: Zoological Society of London (ZSL), based primarily at Whipsnade Zoo
The Zoological Society of London is seeking a dynamic, enthusiastic, experienced zoo and wildlife veterinary surgeon (MRCVS) to join the Veterinary Department as one of its Veterinary Officers, on a 2-year Fixed Term Contract, responsible for the health and welfare of all animals in ZSL London Zoo and ZSL Whipsnade Zoo. The position will be based primarily at Whipsnade.
As one of ZSL’s Veterinary Officers you will work between both sites in order to meet the needs of the Veterinary Department. Teaching of students, in particular of the veterinary graduates on the MSc in Wild Animal Health, will form a substantial part of your workload. In addition you will participate in the care and preventative medicine programmes, research and conservation activities, including support for ZSL’s conservation programme and native species reintroductions.
It is essential that you have a proven track record in zoological and wildlife medicine, with excellent communication and organisation skills, and a good publication, presentation and research project history is desirable. A post-graduate qualification in this field would be beneficial. Working knowledge of the statutory Health & Safety and animal health regulations is essential, with some management experience desirable. You must be a committed team player. Weekend and on-call duties for both collections are shared.
A strong interest in the veterinary management of the larger mammal species, being a committed proponent of animal welfare and having an enthusiasm for continuing professional development are also essential. A desire to work towards further qualification (e.g. RCVS or European College of Zoological Medicine diplomas) is anticipated.

Apply with full CV, including current salary package, with covering letter, to HR Department, ZSL, Whipsnade Zoo, Dunstable , LU6 2LF, UK or e-mail:
Closing date: Friday 28 December 2012
It is important that you are legally permitted to work in this country and will therefore need to provide us with evidence of your right to work in the UK.

Founded in 1826, the Zoological Society of London (ZSL) is an international scientific, conservation and educational charity: our key role is the conservation of animals and their habitats. The Society runs ZSL London Zoo and ZSL Whipsnade Zoo, carries out scientific research at the Institute of Zoology and is actively involved in field conservation overseas. For further information please visit The Zoological Society of London is a registered Charity. No: 208728

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Deputy Section Head: Great Apes

Deputy Section Head: Great Apes

Twycross Zoo – East Midland Zoological Society (TZEMS), the World Primate Centre, holds a large variety of primates - every species of great ape (gorilla, chimpanzee, bonobo, orang-utan) plus a range of other primates including gibbons, lemurs, callitrichids, cebids and guenons to name a few! We have impressive breeding records for most of these species and recent changes to husbandry practices has enabled more natural groupings and enclosure modifications. We have more to do!

We are going through an exciting period of change as this zoo develops and so are looking for dynamic, knowledgeable individuals to help lead the teams forward.

We currently have a vacancy for a Deputy Section Head on the Great Ape section. The section manages all the Great Ape groups including chimpanzees, gorillas, orang- utans and the only bonobo group in the United Kingdom. This is a key role which will involve working on the section, covering all areas of animal husbandry, supervising and training staff, and deputising in the Section Head’s absence.

We are seeking a high performing individual with a proven track record in zoo animal management. You will have a minimum of 5 years experience as a keeper and demonstrate a substantial working knowledge of the natural history and management of great apes. You must be committed to continued professional development of yourself and other staff. Supervisory experience as well as an animal-related qualification, such as the BIAZA approved ANCMZA or DZMAA, would be advantageous.

The role is full time, including weekend duties on a rota system. Salary is paid monthly and we provide uniform, 31 days holiday, 5% employer’s pension contribution.

If you are interested, please send your CV with a covering letter to

Applications will close when a suitable candidate has been appointed

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Thursday, December 6, 2012

Volunteer Positions at the CRPL

Volunteer Positions at the CRPL
The Centre de Rehabilitation des Primates de Lwiro (CRPL) is a primate sanctuary located in the South Kivu Region of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). The Centre was established in 2002 by the Institut Congolais pour la Conservation de la Nature (ICCN) and the Centre de Recherche en Sciences Naturelles (CRSN) and is now managed by a consortium of local and international organisations including the ICCN, CRSN, Coopera, Venner av Lwiro and Friends of Lwiro Australia.

The CRPL currently houses over fifty chimpanzees and seventy monkeys, representing more than ten different species, all victims of the illegal wildlife trade in the DRC. With established education and awareness programs, and as the only wildlife sanctuary in the region, the CRPL acts as a crucial resource for all conservation organisations working in the area.

The Centre is situated just outside the boundary of the UNESCO World Heritage listed Parc National de Kahuzi-Biega (PNKB), making it the ideal venue for great ape health, law enforcement and conservation programs and is included in the PNKB’s Operational Plan and also in the Conservation Action Plan (CAP) for the Kivu Landscape, indicating the Centre’s imperative role in conservation in the region. The CRPL is also a Pan African Sanctuary Alliance (PASA) member sanctuary.

Over the past few years the CRPL has been developing new facilities to remove the animals from the cages in which they previously lived and to house them in open plan enclosures, enhancing their quality of life and improving our rehabilitation methods. The next 5 years will be a dynamic time for the CRPL and we are seeking 2 persons to assist with this process of change.

These positions are of a voluntary nature, however assistance will be provided with basic costs. While the CRPL runs a volunteer program for paying volunteers, these positions will hold more responsibility.

The primary position we are searching for would be responsible for:


Grant writing and fundraising (this is the most important aspect of the job)


Donor/Sponsor relationships


Web communications and administration


Overseeing the volunteer program


Education programs, in particular the Roots and Shoots program


Overseeing the sanctuary

The second position would be responsible for:


Overseeing the new facilities in the sanctuary, animal integrations etc.


Overseeing construction programs


Organising basic maintenance


We are ideally seeking a couple, or 2 friends, for these positions as Lwiro can be a little isolated, however we will take applications from individuals for the primary position only. The primary position is the priority for the CRPL as we do not receive any government funding and rely on grants and donations for all our costs. As these positions are voluntary, you will be responsible for your own expenses – including but not limited to travel, visas, insurance etc. Housing and food will be provided by the CRPL. These positions are for 12 months (with a 3 month probation period), with the option to extend further. Assistance with visa costs can be negotiated after the 3 month probation period.





Fluency in written and spoken English – for the primary position.


Advanced computer skills; the ability to navigate the internet, produce documents to a high standard, maintain a

blog and other social media, use Microsoft Office programs to a high standard – for the primary position.


Exceptional ability to communicate with donors, sponsors, partners and staff.


Some knowledge of and an interest in conservation and animal welfare principles.


Good organisational skills.


Captive animal management background– Great Ape or primate management skills a further advantage.



Background in fundraising and grant writing – for the primary position.


Spoken French.


Experience living and working in a developing nation (particularly Africa) for more than 6 months.


Staff management skills.


We would like these positions to commence in April 2013.

If you are interested in these positions, please email your CV and a cover letter to:


Any questions can also be directed to this email address.

For more information about the CRPL, please visit:


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