Assistant Aquarist duties include helping with the general husbandry of the live animals in our exhibits. Assistant aquarist will help with monitoring and maintaining all of the equipment that is associated with the live animal exhibits. This equipment includes pumps, filters, lights and other equipment that is critical to animal health. Related maintenance includes cleaning filters, doing water changes, dosing chemicals to maintain good water quality and helping with keeping an orderly and clean exhibit area. Additionally, the Assistant Aquarist may be called upon to act as a docent when needed. Assistant Educator duties include working with K-12 students to deliver marine science based, hands-on, feet-wet programs in a safe environment while encouraging active learning by students. Th

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