With over 1,000 animals and 400,000 visitors a year to look after, the task of running Howletts & Port Lympne Wild Animal Parks in Kent can be a complex and challenging job.
The parks provide jobs for over 200 members of staff, plus approximately 150 additional seasonal staff every year, with skills ranging from animal welfare and management, to presenting, gardening, catering, education, finance, IT, HR, marketing, fundraising, horticulture, retail, safari rangers and drivers.
Our staff are one of our most important assets and everyone plays a part in ensuring that animals and visitors are well looked after. We are committed to equal opportunities and employing a diverse workforce. If you are interested in working at Howletts or Port Lympne Wild Animal Parks please view the vacancies below by clicking on the job titles for details of jobs currently available.
Animal Keeper Internship (unpaid), Elephant Section (Howletts) - Closing date 17th April 2015
Hospitality Supervisors (Short Breaks at Port Lympne) - Closing date 20th April, or sooner if sufficient applications are received.
Primate Keeper (Howletts) - Closing date 24th April 2015
Elephant Keeper (Howletts) - Closing date 24th April 2015
Communications Executive - Closing date 24th April 2015
Chef de Partie - Closing date 24th April 2015
Part time Hospitality & Events Assistants (Port Lympne) - Closing date 27th April 2015
Animal Keeper Training Placements, Unpaid (Port Lympne) - Closing date 30th April 2015
Fundraising Volunteers - Port Lympne Reserve
Education Volunteers - Howletts and Port Lympne
If you would like us to store your details on file for a period of 6 months, please send us your CV and covering letter. This will be kept on our ‘Speculative Database’ and should a position arise, we will contact you.
Please mark all speculative emails in the subject title as ‘Speculative CV.’
Due to the sheer volume of applications we receive, there may be a delay in our response.
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Port Lympne Wild Animal Park