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Full-Time

Last updated: March 4, 2019

Adventure Course and Amusement Manager

Adventure Course and Amusement Manager

The Toledo Zoo & Aquarium is currently looking for an Adventure Course and Amusement Manager to lead and direct the overall operations of the Aerial Adventure Course, Zip Line, Amusement Rides and Special Projects and staff at the Toledo Zoo.

 Adventure Course and Amusement Manager Responsibilities include:

  •  Lead, train and motivate teams for success while delivering the best possible guest experience
  •  Strong attention to detail and follow-through
  • Keeps abreast of developments in the market and ensures organizational compliance with new regulations, new technologies and proper procedures
  • Researches and analyzes  current trends
  • Assist Park Operations Manager during the colder seasons with the management of special events such as Lights Before Christmas
  •  Interacts and communicates with zoo staff and guest

Bachelor's degree in business management, hospitality / tourism or other related study with at least two years’ experience in adventure tourism management or equivalent combination of education and experience. Experience in ride operations management preferred. Prefer a minimum of 400 logged hours of ‘working at height’ with height rescue training. ACCT Practitioner Certification preferred. Current CPR, First Aid and AED Certification preferred or ability to obtain such certification within 6 months of employment. Must have a valid drivers’ license and be insurable by the fleet insurance carrier. Aggressive compensation package, excellent vacation, bonus and holiday time, 403b plan with employer match and employee contribution, as well as other great benefits. If interested submit an application and resume with salary requirements.

Assistant Director of Safety

Assistant Director of Safety

 

Under limited supervision, the Assistant Director of Safety performs all duties associated with employee and facility safety compliance. Responsibilities include performing all OSHA related staff training, first aid/CPR staff training, safety audits, emergency planning procedures spearheads Safety Committee and coordinates Drug-Free Workplace Program and training. Also supervises contracted EMT/Paramedics and maintains the first aid stations on grounds.

Assistant Director of Safety other responsibilities include:

  • Oversees the maintenance of Material Safety Data Sheet files for all departments. Contacts vendors if questions arise regarding products being used at the Zoo.
  • Certified First-Aid & CPR instructor. Conducts First-Aid & CPR training for selected managers and supervisors.
  • Develops, updates, and implements a written emergency evacuation plan for each building.
  • Investigates safety issues from employees and visitor injuries and maintains computerized OSHA documentation.
  • Spearheads Safety Committee and acts as liaison between Safety Committee and Human Resources.
  • Maintains fire extinguisher log sheet for all buildings and accompanies fire department personnel on inspections.
  • Researches needs of departments to determine what Personal Protective and other safety equipment are needed to perform duties.
  • Responds to employee and visitor injury or incident situations

Must have excellent interpersonal, written and oral communication skills. Requires a Bachelor’s Degree in Occupational Health and Safety or related field with two years formal training in an Occupational Health and Safety field. Prefer two years of actual work experience in a related field. Must have a valid drivers’ license and be insurable by the fleet insurance carrier. This position is exempt and requires working over 40 hours per week including some weekends, evenings and holidays. This position reports directly to the Director of Security. For consideration, submit application with resume and salary requirements.

Horticulturist-Gardener

Horticulturist-Gardener

The Toledo Zoo is committed to inspiring others to join us in caring for animals and conserving the natural world. As part of that mission, the Toledo Zoo is accredited by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA), and is a leader in global wildlife conservation. AZA member institutions are dedicated to providing excellent care for animals, a great experience for visitors and a better future for all living things.

Currently The Toledo Zoo is seeking a Gardener in our Horticulture Department. Under direct supervision, responsible for the proper maintenance of growing house, Ziems Conservatory, formal garden, rose garden, Van Auken Garden, vegetable garden, herb garden, butterfly garden and other landscapes and exhibits as directed; using proper horticultural methods while considering conservation related programs.

  • Maintains growing house and Conservatory including the proper temperature, humidity control, timely pest control, watering, weeding, fertilizing and any other activity necessary for proper plant care and maintenance.
  • Works with animal keepers from other departments to coordinate necessary maintenance or installation work in animal exhibits in assigned areas.
  • Maintains formal garden, rose garden, other gardens, landscapes, and exhibits as directed; using proper horticultural methods.
  • Coordinates the propagation and purchase of annuals, perennials, tropical plants, and woody plants for seasonal and permanent displays and to maintain and add to plant collections. Keeps appropriate records.
  • Oversees and supervises special projects as directed by Curator of Horticulture.

Associates Degree in Horticulture or related field and three years of horticulture/greenhouse facility experience or an equivalent combination of education and experience that provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities. Horticulture supervisory experience preferred.  Must possess or obtain Ohio Pesticide Applicators license. Must possess a valid drivers’ license and be insurable by the fleet insurance carrier. If interested in the position submit an application and resume by Monday, April 22nd 2019.

Veterinarian and Director of Animal Health and Nutrition

Veterinarian and Director of Animal Health and Nutrition

The Toledo Zoo and Aquarium is currently hiring a self-starting, innovative and outgoing person to fill the position of Veterinarian and Director of Animal Health and Nutrition.

Under limited supervision, manages, supervises and performs the medical and surgical care of all animals for the Toledo Zoo; which involves vaccinating and disbursing preventive medication, evaluating nutrition programs and diet formulations with Curators, conducting clinical pathology evaluations, conducting post mortem evaluations, providing input on animal training, maintain and input medical records, providing input into animal husbandry protocols, conducting biological related research and educating students in the veterinarian profession.

Veterinarian and Director of Animal Health and Nutrition Responsibilities:

  • Manages and supervises the medical and surgical care of all animals for the Toledo Zoo. Performs medical and surgical care of all animals for the Toledo Zoo which involves vaccinating and disbursing preventive medication, performing clinical pathology examinations, using diagnostic tools, performing animal surgery, and performing necropsies.
  • Sees that 24-hour emergency medical care is provided
  • Serves as the Zoo’s attending veterinarian for the USDA Exhibitor’s License
  • Develops emergency animal protocols with Curators and Assistant Director of Safety
  • Conducts and coordinates medical aspects of institutional animal transfers.
  • Communicates and interacts effectively with Keepers, Curators, Veterinary staff, customers, subordinates/trainees, supervisors, consultants, and other vital departments within the zoo

The Toledo Zoo offers aggressive compensation and benefits packages, including bonus potential. Located on the border of Ohio and Michigan, Toledo boasts a low cost of living, several local entertainment districts, and access to well-known Metroparks in both states.

Doctoral degree in Veterinary medicine and five years of experience in the Zoo veterinary field. Must be able to obtain a State of Ohio Veterinary License, USDA Veterinary accreditation and a U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) License. Must have a valid drivers’ license and be insurable by the fleet insurance carrier. Please submit application and resume with desired salary.

Part-Time & Seasonal

*NOTE TO APPLICANTS:

PART-TIME

• Requires working flexible hours including weekends and holidays.
• May require working in all weather conditions, the ability to stand for extended periods and walk extensively on Zoo grounds.
• Can work up to 125 hours a month.

Seasonal

• Typically begin in the spring and end in the fall.
• Must be able to work flexible hours including weekends and holidays.
• May require working in all weather conditions, the ability to stand for extended periods and walk extensively on Zoo grounds.
• Can work up to 40 hours a week during their designated season.

Applicants must be at least 16 years old, unless stated otherwise.

In some cases a resume may also be requested.

You can also pick up an application daily from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Zoo's Administration building at 2605 Broadway Street.

Last updated: March 12, 2019

Bartenders

(Part-time and Seasonal)

Employees will be working in a team environment and be under general supervision. The responsibilities include the set up and tear down of catered Zoo events that could include banquets, picnics, weddings, special member events, public events, concerts and other events. Must be able to work indoor and outdoor in different weather conditions. Maintaining high sense of urgency and customer service skills are a must. Applicants must be 21 years of age or older.

Café Crew

(Part-time)

Employees of the Carnivore Cafe provide fast, friendly service to Zoo guests. May be responsible for maintaining cleanliness of department, running cash registers, cooking, food preparation and serving. Great customer service skills and the ability to engage guests as well as the ability to work well on a team required.

 

Concessions Crew

(Part-time)

Concessions Crew (Part-Time and Seasonal)

Currently accepting applications for Concessions Crew! Employees will work in a fast-paced food service environment and will have high visitor interaction. Responsibilities will include cash handling, working with food preparation, working in concession stands, and maintaining cleanliness of department. Applicants over 21 years of age may also be considered at stands where alcohol is served including our newly renovated Museum of Natural History! Outgoing personality and great customer service skills required for all positions.

Security - Midnight's

(Part-time)

Effectively carry out safety and security policies that provide for protection of visitors, employees, animals and zoo assets. Duties will include but are not limited to monitoring and reporting on the following: air & water temperatures, water filtration systems, intruder/fire detection and camera surveillance equipment. Prefer candidates with law enforcement or fire science background and a minimum of one year experience.  Applicants must be available some holidays and weekends. Applicants must be at least 21 years of age, have a valid driver’s license and be insurable by the fleet insurance carrier.

Grounds Crew

(Seasonal)

Grounds Crew (Seasonal)

Currently accepting applications for seasonal grounds staff. Performs custodial and/or grounds maintenance duties for the Toledo Zoo. Work involves cleaning buildings, and restrooms. In addition, provides the services necessary to maintain the cleanliness, safe conditions, and sanitation of all Zoo grounds, especially those areas open to the public. Applicants must be at least 18 years of age.

Front of House Catering Crew

Front of House Catering Crew

Employees will be working in a team environment and be under general supervision. The responsibilities include the set up and tear down as well as management of catered Zoo events that could include banquets, picnics, weddings, special member events, public events, concerts and other catered events. Must be able to work indoor and outdoor in different weather conditions. Maintaining high sense of urgency and customer service skills are a must. Catering, restaurant and food service experience are a plus!

Shuttle Driver - Park Operations

(Part-Time)

Position operates the Zoo’s Courtesy shuttle bus to transport guests to the back parking lot from the Main Entrance. The main route of the shuttle bus is entirely within Zoo grounds, but there may be shifts which require guests to be transported on and off-site. Applicants must exhibit strong communication, customer service and multi-tasking skills and have the ability to work in a fast paced environment. This position is part of our Park Operations Department, so when not driving, other duties may be assigned including work in our parking lot booths. Applicants must be available to work weekends and will work from Memorial Day to Labor Day and may continue through the Lights Before Christmas season. Applicants must be at least 21 years old, have a valid Class B commercial driver’s license with a passenger endorsement, a current DOT Medical Evaluation, be insurable by our fleet insurance, and at least one year experience driving commercially.

Warehouse Assistant

(Seasonal)

Warehouse Assistant (Seasonal)

Warehouse employees are responsible for stocking shelves, unloading shipments and conducting pickup and deliveries on and off Zoo grounds. Applicants must be able to lift a minimum of 45 pounds, be at least 21 years of age and have a valid driver’s license and be insurable by the fleet insurance carrier. This position will have the opportunity to work up to 40 hours a week with the assignment ending in August/September. The Toledo Zoo is a Drug and Alcohol free workplace.

Computer Technician

(Part-Time)

Computer Technician (Part-Time)

A highly motivated individual that, under limited supervision, will set up and maintain Zoo computer hardware, printers and other related audio, video systems for Zoo Staff and events. The events will be mainly on weekends and evenings and may require some holidays. Will be responsible for computer/printer installs and troubleshooting, setting up and operating audio and video equipment including microphones, speakers, video screens, projectors, video monitors, connecting wires and cables, sound boards, and related electronic equipment for events and all departments throughout the zoo. Will also have responsibility for user profile, account management, and mail box creation and setup and will communicate routinely with Zoo staff regarding help desk support issues. Will also work on additional projects as necessary. This position is part-time and it is non-exempt under the Fair Labor Standards Act. Punctuality and reliability are very important.

High school diploma required. Must be enrolled in or have completed course work related to a Computer Science Field or have 1+ years’ experience as well as basic experience with audio visual equipment, and have experience with computer and printer installs and Microsoft products. May train highly motivated individuals. Office 365 experience and A+ certification a plus.

Wild Toledo Biologist

(Seasonal)

Wild Toledo Biologist (Seasonal)

Under limited supervision, the seasonal biologist will perform a variety of duties regarding the implementation and management of Wild Toledo initiatives, conservation education outreach, collection and collation of field data for diverse taxa, ecological restoration, and writing reports. Acquires and prepares data, including preparation of reports, works with the Conservation Biologist regarding the husbandry of live butterflies, assists in the development of programmatic materials and communicates and interacts with various departments. This position also teaches and presents various educational programs and presentations for visitors and various organizations in the community. This seasonal position will be scheduled an average of 20 hours a week. Must be able to demonstrate an excellent working knowledge of conservation biology themes and techniques and a willingness to learn additional information. Preference will be given to current biology university students as well as those with degrees in the field. Must possess a valid driver's license and be insurable by the Zoo’s fleet insurance carrier. The Toledo Zoo is an EOE and a drug/alcohol free work place. Start date for this position is as soon as possible and will end October 1st, 2019.

Full-Time

Last updated: March 4, 2019

Adventure Course and Amusement Manager

Adventure Course and Amusement Manager

The Toledo Zoo & Aquarium is currently looking for an Adventure Course and Amusement Manager to lead and direct the overall operations of the Aerial Adventure Course, Zip Line, Amusement Rides and Special Projects and staff at the Toledo Zoo.

 Adventure Course and Amusement Manager Responsibilities include:

  •  Lead, train and motivate teams for success while delivering the best possible guest experience
  •  Strong attention to detail and follow-through
  • Keeps abreast of developments in the market and ensures organizational compliance with new regulations, new technologies and proper procedures
  • Researches and analyzes  current trends
  • Assist Park Operations Manager during the colder seasons with the management of special events such as Lights Before Christmas
  •  Interacts and communicates with zoo staff and guest

Bachelor's degree in business management, hospitality / tourism or other related study with at least two years’ experience in adventure tourism management or equivalent combination of education and experience. Experience in ride operations management preferred. Prefer a minimum of 400 logged hours of ‘working at height’ with height rescue training. ACCT Practitioner Certification preferred. Current CPR, First Aid and AED Certification preferred or ability to obtain such certification within 6 months of employment. Must have a valid drivers’ license and be insurable by the fleet insurance carrier. Aggressive compensation package, excellent vacation, bonus and holiday time, 403b plan with employer match and employee contribution, as well as other great benefits. If interested submit an application and resume with salary requirements.

Assistant Director of Safety

Assistant Director of Safety

 

Under limited supervision, the Assistant Director of Safety performs all duties associated with employee and facility safety compliance. Responsibilities include performing all OSHA related staff training, first aid/CPR staff training, safety audits, emergency planning procedures spearheads Safety Committee and coordinates Drug-Free Workplace Program and training. Also supervises contracted EMT/Paramedics and maintains the first aid stations on grounds.

Assistant Director of Safety other responsibilities include:

  • Oversees the maintenance of Material Safety Data Sheet files for all departments. Contacts vendors if questions arise regarding products being used at the Zoo.
  • Certified First-Aid & CPR instructor. Conducts First-Aid & CPR training for selected managers and supervisors.
  • Develops, updates, and implements a written emergency evacuation plan for each building.
  • Investigates safety issues from employees and visitor injuries and maintains computerized OSHA documentation.
  • Spearheads Safety Committee and acts as liaison between Safety Committee and Human Resources.
  • Maintains fire extinguisher log sheet for all buildings and accompanies fire department personnel on inspections.
  • Researches needs of departments to determine what Personal Protective and other safety equipment are needed to perform duties.
  • Responds to employee and visitor injury or incident situations

Must have excellent interpersonal, written and oral communication skills. Requires a Bachelor’s Degree in Occupational Health and Safety or related field with two years formal training in an Occupational Health and Safety field. Prefer two years of actual work experience in a related field. Must have a valid drivers’ license and be insurable by the fleet insurance carrier. This position is exempt and requires working over 40 hours per week including some weekends, evenings and holidays. This position reports directly to the Director of Security. For consideration, submit application with resume and salary requirements.

Horticulturist-Gardener

Horticulturist-Gardener

The Toledo Zoo is committed to inspiring others to join us in caring for animals and conserving the natural world. As part of that mission, the Toledo Zoo is accredited by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA), and is a leader in global wildlife conservation. AZA member institutions are dedicated to providing excellent care for animals, a great experience for visitors and a better future for all living things.

Currently The Toledo Zoo is seeking a Gardener in our Horticulture Department. Under direct supervision, responsible for the proper maintenance of growing house, Ziems Conservatory, formal garden, rose garden, Van Auken Garden, vegetable garden, herb garden, butterfly garden and other landscapes and exhibits as directed; using proper horticultural methods while considering conservation related programs.

  • Maintains growing house and Conservatory including the proper temperature, humidity control, timely pest control, watering, weeding, fertilizing and any other activity necessary for proper plant care and maintenance.
  • Works with animal keepers from other departments to coordinate necessary maintenance or installation work in animal exhibits in assigned areas.
  • Maintains formal garden, rose garden, other gardens, landscapes, and exhibits as directed; using proper horticultural methods.
  • Coordinates the propagation and purchase of annuals, perennials, tropical plants, and woody plants for seasonal and permanent displays and to maintain and add to plant collections. Keeps appropriate records.
  • Oversees and supervises special projects as directed by Curator of Horticulture.

Associates Degree in Horticulture or related field and three years of horticulture/greenhouse facility experience or an equivalent combination of education and experience that provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities. Horticulture supervisory experience preferred.  Must possess or obtain Ohio Pesticide Applicators license. Must possess a valid drivers’ license and be insurable by the fleet insurance carrier. If interested in the position submit an application and resume by Monday, April 22nd 2019.

Veterinarian and Director of Animal Health and Nutrition

Veterinarian and Director of Animal Health and Nutrition

The Toledo Zoo and Aquarium is currently hiring a self-starting, innovative and outgoing person to fill the position of Veterinarian and Director of Animal Health and Nutrition.

Under limited supervision, manages, supervises and performs the medical and surgical care of all animals for the Toledo Zoo; which involves vaccinating and disbursing preventive medication, evaluating nutrition programs and diet formulations with Curators, conducting clinical pathology evaluations, conducting post mortem evaluations, providing input on animal training, maintain and input medical records, providing input into animal husbandry protocols, conducting biological related research and educating students in the veterinarian profession.

Veterinarian and Director of Animal Health and Nutrition Responsibilities:

  • Manages and supervises the medical and surgical care of all animals for the Toledo Zoo. Performs medical and surgical care of all animals for the Toledo Zoo which involves vaccinating and disbursing preventive medication, performing clinical pathology examinations, using diagnostic tools, performing animal surgery, and performing necropsies.
  • Sees that 24-hour emergency medical care is provided
  • Serves as the Zoo’s attending veterinarian for the USDA Exhibitor’s License
  • Develops emergency animal protocols with Curators and Assistant Director of Safety
  • Conducts and coordinates medical aspects of institutional animal transfers.
  • Communicates and interacts effectively with Keepers, Curators, Veterinary staff, customers, subordinates/trainees, supervisors, consultants, and other vital departments within the zoo

The Toledo Zoo offers aggressive compensation and benefits packages, including bonus potential. Located on the border of Ohio and Michigan, Toledo boasts a low cost of living, several local entertainment districts, and access to well-known Metroparks in both states.

Doctoral degree in Veterinary medicine and five years of experience in the Zoo veterinary field. Must be able to obtain a State of Ohio Veterinary License, USDA Veterinary accreditation and a U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) License. Must have a valid drivers’ license and be insurable by the fleet insurance carrier. Please submit application and resume with desired salary.

Part-Time & Seasonal

*NOTE TO APPLICANTS:

PART-TIME

• Requires working flexible hours including weekends and holidays.
• May require working in all weather conditions, the ability to stand for extended periods and walk extensively on Zoo grounds.
• Can work up to 125 hours a month.

Seasonal

• Typically begin in the spring and end in the fall.
• Must be able to work flexible hours including weekends and holidays.
• May require working in all weather conditions, the ability to stand for extended periods and walk extensively on Zoo grounds.
• Can work up to 40 hours a week during their designated season.

Applicants must be at least 16 years old, unless stated otherwise.

In some cases a resume may also be requested.

You can also pick up an application daily from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Zoo's Administration building at 2605 Broadway Street.

Last updated: March 12, 2019

Bartenders

(Part-time and Seasonal)

Employees will be working in a team environment and be under general supervision. The responsibilities include the set up and tear down of catered Zoo events that could include banquets, picnics, weddings, special member events, public events, concerts and other events. Must be able to work indoor and outdoor in different weather conditions. Maintaining high sense of urgency and customer service skills are a must. Applicants must be 21 years of age or older.

Café Crew

(Part-time)

Employees of the Carnivore Cafe provide fast, friendly service to Zoo guests. May be responsible for maintaining cleanliness of department, running cash registers, cooking, food preparation and serving. Great customer service skills and the ability to engage guests as well as the ability to work well on a team required.

 

Concessions Crew

(Part-time)

Concessions Crew (Part-Time and Seasonal)

Currently accepting applications for Concessions Crew! Employees will work in a fast-paced food service environment and will have high visitor interaction. Responsibilities will include cash handling, working with food preparation, working in concession stands, and maintaining cleanliness of department. Applicants over 21 years of age may also be considered at stands where alcohol is served including our newly renovated Museum of Natural History! Outgoing personality and great customer service skills required for all positions.

Security - Midnight's

(Part-time)

Effectively carry out safety and security policies that provide for protection of visitors, employees, animals and zoo assets. Duties will include but are not limited to monitoring and reporting on the following: air & water temperatures, water filtration systems, intruder/fire detection and camera surveillance equipment. Prefer candidates with law enforcement or fire science background and a minimum of one year experience.  Applicants must be available some holidays and weekends. Applicants must be at least 21 years of age, have a valid driver’s license and be insurable by the fleet insurance carrier.

Grounds Crew

(Seasonal)

Grounds Crew (Seasonal)

Currently accepting applications for seasonal grounds staff. Performs custodial and/or grounds maintenance duties for the Toledo Zoo. Work involves cleaning buildings, and restrooms. In addition, provides the services necessary to maintain the cleanliness, safe conditions, and sanitation of all Zoo grounds, especially those areas open to the public. Applicants must be at least 18 years of age.

Front of House Catering Crew

Front of House Catering Crew

Employees will be working in a team environment and be under general supervision. The responsibilities include the set up and tear down as well as management of catered Zoo events that could include banquets, picnics, weddings, special member events, public events, concerts and other catered events. Must be able to work indoor and outdoor in different weather conditions. Maintaining high sense of urgency and customer service skills are a must. Catering, restaurant and food service experience are a plus!

Shuttle Driver - Park Operations

(Part-Time)

Position operates the Zoo’s Courtesy shuttle bus to transport guests to the back parking lot from the Main Entrance. The main route of the shuttle bus is entirely within Zoo grounds, but there may be shifts which require guests to be transported on and off-site. Applicants must exhibit strong communication, customer service and multi-tasking skills and have the ability to work in a fast paced environment. This position is part of our Park Operations Department, so when not driving, other duties may be assigned including work in our parking lot booths. Applicants must be available to work weekends and will work from Memorial Day to Labor Day and may continue through the Lights Before Christmas season. Applicants must be at least 21 years old, have a valid Class B commercial driver’s license with a passenger endorsement, a current DOT Medical Evaluation, be insurable by our fleet insurance, and at least one year experience driving commercially.

Warehouse Assistant

(Seasonal)

Warehouse Assistant (Seasonal)

Warehouse employees are responsible for stocking shelves, unloading shipments and conducting pickup and deliveries on and off Zoo grounds. Applicants must be able to lift a minimum of 45 pounds, be at least 21 years of age and have a valid driver’s license and be insurable by the fleet insurance carrier. This position will have the opportunity to work up to 40 hours a week with the assignment ending in August/September. The Toledo Zoo is a Drug and Alcohol free workplace.

Computer Technician

(Part-Time)

Computer Technician (Part-Time)

A highly motivated individual that, under limited supervision, will set up and maintain Zoo computer hardware, printers and other related audio, video systems for Zoo Staff and events. The events will be mainly on weekends and evenings and may require some holidays. Will be responsible for computer/printer installs and troubleshooting, setting up and operating audio and video equipment including microphones, speakers, video screens, projectors, video monitors, connecting wires and cables, sound boards, and related electronic equipment for events and all departments throughout the zoo. Will also have responsibility for user profile, account management, and mail box creation and setup and will communicate routinely with Zoo staff regarding help desk support issues. Will also work on additional projects as necessary. This position is part-time and it is non-exempt under the Fair Labor Standards Act. Punctuality and reliability are very important.

High school diploma required. Must be enrolled in or have completed course work related to a Computer Science Field or have 1+ years’ experience as well as basic experience with audio visual equipment, and have experience with computer and printer installs and Microsoft products. May train highly motivated individuals. Office 365 experience and A+ certification a plus.

Wild Toledo Biologist

(Seasonal)

Wild Toledo Biologist (Seasonal)

Under limited supervision, the seasonal biologist will perform a variety of duties regarding the implementation and management of Wild Toledo initiatives, conservation education outreach, collection and collation of field data for diverse taxa, ecological restoration, and writing reports. Acquires and prepares data, including preparation of reports, works with the Conservation Biologist regarding the husbandry of live butterflies, assists in the development of programmatic materials and communicates and interacts with various departments. This position also teaches and presents various educational programs and presentations for visitors and various organizations in the community. This seasonal position will be scheduled an average of 20 hours a week. Must be able to demonstrate an excellent working knowledge of conservation biology themes and techniques and a willingness to learn additional information. Preference will be given to current biology university students as well as those with degrees in the field. Must possess a valid driver's license and be insurable by the Zoo’s fleet insurance carrier. The Toledo Zoo is an EOE and a drug/alcohol free work place. Start date for this position is as soon as possible and will end October 1st, 2019.

The Toledo Zoo is an Equal Opportunity Employer, drug and alcohol free workplace and offers a competitive salary and benefits package. Pre-employment screenings required.

Employee Benefits

Full-Time Employees
  • Medical, prescription, vision and dental insurance
  • Short and long term disability plan
  • Life insurance
  • Pension plan
  • Sick days
  • Paid vacation
  • Holidays/bonus days
  • Education assistance
  • Toledo Zoo membership
  • In-park merchandise and food discounts
Part-Time Employees
  • Free Zoo admission
  • Ticket discounts
  • In-park merchandise and food discounts
  • Part-time and seasonal employee events
  • Flexible scheduling

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