We have no staff vacancies at the moment.
Please check the site regularly for updates.
Volunteers always needed.
From time to time we do advertise for Wildlife Care Assistants.
Working with wild animals bears no resemblance at all to a job involving domestic animals.
An affinity with animals is a must as well as the ability to put your instinctive human
emotions to one side when making the best decision about a wild animal's future.
It is a job that can be emotionally draining and very stressful at times, but on the other
hand it can also be one of the most rewarding and satisfying jobs you could ever have.
During the busy spring and summer months working hours will be long and very busy.
Working in a large wildlife hospital is not an 8-5 job - there will be early starts,
late finishes and often no time for much in the way of breaks during the day.
If you are the type of person who wants set tea breaks, lunch hours and to
knock off at five on the dot, then this is most definitely not the job for you.
Wildlife rehabilitation requires dedication and total commitment.
For more wildlife jobs see environmentjob.co.uk