Full-Time Job Opportunities
Curator of Birds
Reporting to the General Curator, the Curator of Birds will supervise and coordinate the day-to-day activities of the keeper staff; and develop and oversee implementation of protocols for animal care, keeper safety, and facility upkeep.
Curator of Primates and Small Mammals
Reporting to the General Curator, the Curator of Primates and Small Mammals will supervise and coordinate the day-to-day activities of the keeper staff; and develop and oversee implementation of protocols for animal care, keeper safety, and facility upkeep.
Under the direction of the Director of Information Technology, the Data Analyst will help support a growing business intelligence platform at the Philadelphia Zoo. Major responsibilities include gathering business requirements, report writing and analysis, and design and management of third-party systems integration.
The Events Coordinator is responsible for the planning, management and execution of assigned events according to department standards at or for the Philadelphia Zoo. This position interfaces with numerous internal and/or external clients in order to determine specific event goals, as well as devise effective and efficient means by which to achieve them while maintaining all Zoo-wide facility policies and procedures. Reports to Director, Events.
Guest Relations Supervisor, Admissions
Reporting to the Assistant Guest Relations Manager, this position supports vital functions of the Admissions Department, including but not limited to, service recovery, turnstile operations and access control, attractions ticketing, stroller operations and for providing high quality customer service that enhances the guest’s visit, and supports the Philadelphia Zoo’s mission.
Guest Relations Supervisor, Parking
Reporting to the Assistant Guest Relations Manager for Parking, this position supports daily operations of the Parking Department including guest, special events, bus and employee parking. Directs the activities of the attendants to ensure safe, secure and efficient parking operation while providing high quality customer service.
Under the direction of the Director of Information Technology the IT Technician is responsible for providing Tier II support, system development and maintenance for all hardware / software, telecommunication systems, Microsoft servers, Cisco switches, workstations and wired / wireless networking environments.
This leader serves as a member of the Zoo’s Guest Relations team and is responsible for the overall performance of the parking operations. Ensures adherence to established standards, focusing on improving the guest experience, and providing the most efficient entry and exit experience for all Zoo guests.