Howletts is a world class wildlife park run by the international conservation charity The Aspinall Foundation and works to support a number of overseas conservation projects including the Java Primate Project in Indonesia. We are home to a collection of rare and endangered primates, including Javan gibbons, Dusky langurs, Sulawesi macaques, Pied tamarins and Gelada baboons to name a few. Howletts Wild Animal Park in Canterbury, Kent is currently seeking Animal Keeper, based on the Primates Section. This is a temporary position covering maternity leave, from May 2022 to May 2023, working 40 hours a week, 5 days per out of 7, 8am – 5pm with a 1 hour unpaid lunch break. We are seeking an enthusiastic, motivated individual with an interest in animal management. You must have previous e

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