Thank you for the interest in employment opportunities at Orana Wildlife Park. The zoo/tourist industry in which we operate is very dynamic and we seek passionate people to work as part of our team. Any position vacancies we have are listed below.
You may also be interested in Volunteering at Orana Wildlife Park.
We are seeking to employ a suitably skilled person for the above position. The successful applicant will report to the Maintenance & Development Manager who is responsible for all maintenance work and new construction projects at the Park.
Applicants should possess the following skills and attributes:
The position has a working week of Tuesday to Saturday inclusive. Hours of work are 8 hours per day worked between 8:00am and 4:30pm depending on season/daylight considerations. Work on other days or public holidays may be required as Orana Wildlife Park operates 7 days a week. Salary will be in accordance with skills and experience.
If you wish to apply, then we invite you to request an application pack by phone (03 359 7109) or email (firstname.lastname@example.org). All applications must be submitted on the official application form included in the pack by 5pm, Friday 7th August 2015 and should be emailed to: email@example.com or posted to: The Maintenance & Development Manager, Orana Wildlife Trust, PO Box 5130, Christchurch 8542.
Are you an innovative teacher seeking new challenges in an awesome environment? We are offering a unique opportunity in an exciting educational setting for qualified teachers to join our successful team - teaching positions like this don't come around often! We are seeking suitably qualified teachers to join our relief team during Term 3 to meet the increasing demand for education programmes.
Zoo School education programmes support the Park's captive breeding programmes with crucial conservation advocacy. Orana Wildlife Trust is contracted by the Ministry of Education to provide curriculum support programmes at Orana Wildlife Park to students from throughout the Canterbury region and beyond. We are dedicated to providing interactive, quality educational experiences that cannot be replicated in a normal classroom setting.
This position requires innovative, qualified, primary or secondary school teachers who enjoy working with students of all levels. Being interested and passionate about conservation and ecological issues is, of course, a prerequisite for this position. Training and support will be provided by a skilled, experienced and knowledgeable team of educators.
We are seeking enthusiastic, hardworking people with a professional attitude, sense of humour and creative flair, who possess the following skills and attributes:
Apply now! We invite you to contact Orana Wildlife Trust by telephone (03 359 7109) or email (firstname.lastname@example.org) and request an application pack. All applications must be submitted on the official application form included in the pack by 4.30pm, Friday 25th September 2015 and should be emailed to: email@example.com or posted to: The Education Manager, Orana Wildlife Park, P.O. Box 5130, Christchurch 8542. Our team will review applications as they are received.