The Hemsley Conservation Centre opened in 2015 as a small centre focusing on lesser known and endangered animals that are often overlooked in other collections. Since our conception, we have grown in size and are now home to an important collection of species including lemurs, toucans, softbills, prehensile tailed porcupines, callitrichids, small felids, canids, tapir and short beaked echidna to name a few. We are set to expand further with new species, new guest experiences and a growing team of professionals as part of our development. We operate a shortlisting process that helps us ensure we are matching the right people to the correct roles so that we can meet our aims and objectives. As such interviews are comprised of two steps. Before applying, potential applicants should ensure tha

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