From time to time, our members and associated conservation groups ask us to help them fill vacancies. Please note that the vacancies listed below are for specialist staff with a high level of experience and knowledge. If you are interested in working at a zoo, EAZA recommends volunteering opportunities at your local EAZA member as a first step to getting the skills you need.

Vacancies of EAZA Members as well as EAZA affiliated institutions are published online free of charge. Non-EAZA members and affiliated institutions are required to pay a vacancy placement fee. Information about fees and instructions on how to submit a vacancy can be found in Vacancy submission and pricing scheme

Please contact Lilian Fiolet for vacancy placement. 



For an overview of current vacancies please refer to the overview below

Job description City Country Institution Application deadline
Conservation and Research Liaison Andover, Hampshire UK Hawk Conservancy Trust 28/06/2017
Primate Care Staff – Maternity Cover Longthorns, Wareham, Dorset UK Monkey World Ape Rescue Centre 30/06/2017
Programme Officer for IUCN SSC Asian Wild Cattle Specialist Group Chester UK Chester Zoo 30/06/2017
Learning Assistant Chester UK Chester Zoo 07/07/2017
Resident Veterinary Surgeon Vietnam Bear Rescue Centre, Tam Dao National Park Vietnam Animals Asia 09/07/2017
Assistant Team Manager - Bird Division Chester UK Chester Zoo 09/07/2017
Animal Care Manager Carrigtwohill, Cork Ireland Fota Wildlife Park, 28/07/2017
Senior Big Cat Keeper Whangarei New Zealand Kamo Wildlife Sanctuary 31/08/2017
Membership Services Internship Amsterdam The Netherlands EAZA Until sufficient applications have been received
Director of Life Sciences Atherstone, Warwickshire UK Twycross Zoo Until sufficient applications have been received
Section Leader (Birds) (Senior Keeper)  Broxbourne, Herts UK Paradise Wildlife Park Until sufficient applications have been received
Keeper (vacancy in German) München / Munich Germany Münchener Tierpark Hellabrunn AG Until sufficient applications have been received