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Feb 20, 2017

Animal Keeper


Tropical World
Leeds

. Salary details: A1 - £15,916
. Ref: 15601
. Employer: Leeds City Council, Environments & Housing, Team Parks & Countryside
. Contract Type: Permanent Appointment
. Hours per Week: 37
. Closing date: 01 March 2017

If you have a commitment to a high standard of animal husbandry and an NVQ Level 2 or equivalent in Animal Care, we may have just the job for you as an Animal Keeper at our popular Tropical World attraction in Leeds, which houses a variety of exotic animals, reptiles and aquatics.

You will need to work as part of the team on a 7 day rota basis and should have specific knowledge related to the need of aquatics, exotic species and their specialised requirements. Experience in working with large mammals is a desirable element. You will assist with the feeding and movement of the animals, cleaning, decorating and maintaining the enclosures and ponds, which will involve bending and lifting and keeping accurate records relating to animal welfare.

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