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Voluntary Keeper Internships

Closing date for applications 1st March 2017

Shaldon Wildlife Trust is a small zoo on the Devon coast. Set in an acre of woodland, we are the smallest member of BIAZA and EAZA. Despite this we are active members of the zoo community and support conservation projects all over the word. Over the years we have gained a great deal of expertise in the breeding of many species, particularly small primates, and are regarded highly in this field.

We are currently advertising for voluntary internships for a period of 9-12 months working with our keeping department. Shaldon Wildlife Trust is open every day and the placements will be full time i.e. a five day working week including some weekends. The main role of the keeping interns will be to attend the husbandry requirements of the animal collection as directed by the Head Keeper in charge.

Further information here

To apply for the above position please send a CV and covering letter to Julie Matthews,

Education and Research Officer, Shaldon Wildlife Trust, Ness Drive, Devon, TQ14 0HP

Email – julie.shaldon@gmail.com

 

Trust Administrator

Closing date for applications 14th March 2017

An exciting opportunity has arisen to become a part of the Shaldon Wildlife Trusts growing team. We are looking for a motivated and enthusiastic administrator to assist the management team and animal keepers in delivering their strategic goals.

The post is part time (3 days per week) and will be pivotal to ensuring the work of the Trust continues to grow at the pace it is currently achieving. We work internationally and are actively involved in EAZA and BIAZA, as well as eight different conservation efforts around the globe, as well as undertaking a great deal of local community work.

Further information here

To apply for the above position please send a CV and covering letter to Nic Dunn

Director, Shaldon Wildlife Trust, Ness Drive, Devon, TQ14 0HP

Email- nic@shaldonwildlifetrust.org.uk