Provides assigned specimens with excellent day-to-day care through approved husbandry practices; keeps exhibits, reserve tanks, support equipment, and workspaces well maintained to Museum standards; responsible for monitoring animal health, water quality and accurate recordkeeping; coordinates animal health issues with supervisors and veterinarian; administers treatments and quarantine procedures; interacts with guests in a positive manner ensuring they have a great experience; participates in the acquisition/disposition, transport and acclimation of specimens; participates in the design, construction and maintenance of exhibits and reserve tanks, including life support material and equipment, as assigned.  Fully accountable for animals and systems under care in assigned areas. Will be re

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