Thursday, January 17, 2013

Senior Keeper: Hooves and Carnivores

Senior Keeper: Hooves and Carnivores


Twycross Zoo – East Midland Zoological Society (TZEMS), the World Primate Centre, has over 850 animals and is one of the most comprehensive collections of primate species and subspecies in the western world. We have exciting plans for developing the Zoo further, continuing our work in conservation of endangered species and providing the very best environment that we can.

We currently have a vacancy for a Senior Keeper on the Hooves and Carnivores section. The section manages our ungulates and our range of large and small carnivores. This is a key role which involves working on the section, covering all areas of animal husbandry and assisting with staff training.

We are seeking a high performing individual with a proven track record in zoo animal management. You will have a minimum of 4 years’ experience as a zoo based ungulate and/or carnivore keeper and demonstrate a working knowledge of the natural history and management of these taxa. You must be committed to continued professional development and be a good team worker. 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 (following qualifying period).

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

Closing date: 24th January 2013

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