General Purpose:

  • Provides assigned specimens with excellent day-to-day care through approved husbandry practices;
  • Keeps systems/enclosures, support equipment, and workspaces well maintained to NA standards;
  • Participates in the acquisition/disposition, transport, acclimation, and quarantine of animals;
  • Participates in the design, construction, and maintenance of exhibits and reserve tanks, including life support material and equipment, as assigned.
  • Will be responsible for providing coverage for other areas as assigned.
  • Will be the primary contact for assigned areas.
  • Leads in the development and implementation of NA’s larval programs.
  • Serves

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