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Mar 16, 2017

Public Engagement Volunteers

Marwell Wildlife

Marwell Wildlife delivers a broad portfolio of nature education programmes and public engagement activities for half a million visitors to our zoological park. To help us with our busy schedule in the coming months, we are recruiting for our team of Public Engagement volunteers.

Our ideal candidates will bring a passion for nature and an aptitude for engaging people of all ages and backgrounds. Duties include delivering our exciting new lemur walkthrough experience and discovery station, as well as our existing programmes.

If you would like to register your interest, please send a covering letter or email to [email protected]. All volunteers must be capable of lone working.

Closing date for applications: 31st March 2017
Individual meetings: week commencing 10th April 2017

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