Help us improve our visitor experience
Situated near Canterbury in Kent, Howletts works in conjunction with The Aspinall Foundation; a charity committed to conservation and the reintroduction of captive bred species back into their native habitats.
At Howletts Wild Animal Park, we have created an exciting new volunteer role, which will be based on engaging with our visitors, enhancing their experience. Successful candidates will act as an information hotspot for visitors with questions about the animals, as well as the rest of the park.
Ideal candidates would be self-motivated, enthusiastic, approachable, and friendly, with a genuine interest in conservation and can talk confidently to the public, representing the parks and the Aspinall Foundation.
We are looking for individuals who can commit for at least 1 set day a week. You will also need to be available to attend an induction session if successful. Training will be provided. Please be aware, this role will not involve volunteering within our animal departments.
All applicants must be at least 18
To apply: email your CV to April Hall: email@example.com with the email title Visitor Engagement Volunteer Application