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Vacancies

BIAZA aims to support its members in finding staff and also to inform and educate those looking for work in Zoos, Aquariums and Conservation work.

In this section you will find details of vacancies at BIAZA zoos and aquariums, career advice, training courses available and work experience and volunteering opportunities.

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Putting up job vacancies is free for BIAZA members. The cost for non-members is £80 plus VAT which must be paid upfront. Job ads can be sent to [email protected] and please be sure to include your closing date.

 

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Woburn Safari Park
Buckinghamshire
Deep Sea World
Fife, Scotland
WWT Castle Espie
Northern Ireland
University of Chester
Cheshire
ZSL London Zoo
London
Committee on Climate Change
London
Sparsholt College
Hampshire
Sparsholt College
Hampshire
West Midlands Safari Park
Worchestershire
Tropical Wings Zoo
Essex

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