To provide a caring and safe environment for all animals and maximise their comfort in the National Wildlife Rescue Centre by maintaining a high standard of animal husbandry. To work for the rehabilitation of wild animal casualties and their integration back into the wild.

Key Responsibilities:

Model the Society’s values, Committed, Compassionate, Professional, Expert, Collaborative and Adaptable in the workplace at all times.

 Animal Welfare

  • Admitting, caring for, preparing for release and monitoring wildlife casualties according to centre protocols and procedures for the benefit of injured wildlife.
  • Ensure that animal accommodation, isolation areas, pens, treatment rooms and exercise facilities are maintained to strict standards of cleanli

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