Wildlife Education Officer



Wildlife Education Officer
Wildlife Education Officer
Unique opportunity working with and handling a variety of native Australian animals
Present education based programs on native Australian wildlife
Part-time (PT30) position available
Dreamworld Corroboree is one of the largest native wildlife parks in South East Queensland with
100’s of native animals including the second largest koala colony.
The primary responsibility of the Wildlife Education Officer is to present education based programs
on native Australian wildlife to local and international visitors and groups in park. Animal handling
and husbandry duties are included as well as record keeping and report writing.
To be considered for this role you must demonstrate outstanding communication and public speaking
skills, a friendly and outgoing personality as well as a high standard of personal presentation.
Experience with animal handling, conditioning and a good general knowledge of Australian native
fauna is required while formal qualifications in education will be highly regarded. A current manual
driver’s license is necessary and a Blue Card desirable.
Flexibility with working hours across a 7 day roster is essential as weekend work will be involved. This
is a physically demanding role that involves animal husbandry tasks and manual handling, therefore a
high level of energy and physical fitness is required to perform manual handling tasks and physically
demanding work.
APPLY ONLINE NOW! To apply visit dreamworld.com.au/employment or scan the QR Code with
your smartphone. Your application should include your Current CV and a cover letter outlining
your suitability for the role.
Applications close – Monday 25 January 2016

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