Weymouth Sea Life Adventure Park

Weymouth Sea Life Adventure Park is looking for enthusiastic and motivated individuals to join their work experience programme. The Park comprises of 12 sections with numerous aquatic species, including freshwater and marine fish, elasmobranches, penguins, otters, terrapins and sea turtles.

You will be working directly with the animal care team, assisting in all areas of daily husbandry, including food preparation, water parameter testing, tank cleaning and maintenance. Volunteers must be 18 years old or above, and be able to commit to a minimum placement of 3 weeks (mon-fri), or one day a week for a minimum of 3 months. Working hours are 8am-4pm, and volunteers must be physically fit and able to lift 10kg.

Previous experience with aquatics is desirable; however a working knowledge of basic aquatic husbandry and the enthusiasm to learn is essential.  This is an unpaid position and volunteers must source their own means of transport and accommodation if required.

If interested, please send your CV and covering letter to [email protected]

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