Animal Care Associate/Professional (Primates)

The duties of the Animal Care Associate/Professional (Primates) include, but are not limited to, daily care and feeding of assigned animals, daily training sessions, maintenance of animal habitats and night-houses, behavioral observations, record keeping, assisting veterinary staff, operation of utility vehicles, and public presentations. Who We Are ZooTampa at Lowry Park is one of the most

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Primate Keeper

Howletts Wild Animal Park in Canterbury, Kent is recruiting for the position of Trainee Primate Keeper, to work 5 days per week 8am – 5pm. Howletts is a world class wildlife park run by the international conservation charity The Aspinall Foundation and works to support a number of overseas conservation projects including the Java Primate

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Seasonal Animal Keeper- Primate Center

The Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden is known for many things- our conservation efforts, our green initiatives, our friendly staff… but did you know that we have a strong set of core values that make us the best team around and a Top Workplace in Cincinnati? We’re more than coworkers… we’re family. By building Collaborative

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Keeper Primates

He angitūtanga: The opportunity  Auckland is a global city with stunning scenery, wonderful beaches and sub-tropical islands. It is also a city with one of the most progressive zoos in the world. At Auckland Zoo, wildlife conservation and environmental sustainability is at the very heart of what we do.  Our mission is “to bring people

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Animal Keeper – Primate Section

Howletts Wild Animal Park and Port Lympne Reserve, in conjunction with the Aspinall Foundation, have a wide range of volunteering opportunities that offer you the chance to get involved in what we do. Salary commensurate with experience Plus a living out allowance, or possibly, on-site accommodation. Port Lympne works in conjunction with The Aspinall Foundation,

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Keeper – Primates

We are Chester Zoo, and for over 80 years we’ve been a leading conservation and education charity, and an amazing, award-winning visitor attraction. We’re also a team of passionate, talented, enthusiastic and expert people, doing everything we can to prevent extinction, from caring for animals to discovering new conservation ideas, and giving our visitors an

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Primate Sanctuary Manager

The Born Free Primate Sanctuary’s aim is to provide nonhuman primates a lifelong home and a high standard of care without being needlessly intrusive. The 186-acre sanctuary, located 90 miles south of San Antonio, Texas, is home to over 450 monkeys, many of whom were rescued from abusive or exploitative situations. The focus of animal

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Team Leader – Primates

We have an exciting opportunity for an experienced Zoo keeper who is looking for that next step in their career. Set in 25 hectares of tranquil surroundings, Hamilton Zoo is home to more than 600 native and exotic animals. We’re looking for a Team Leader to join our dedicated team. We are looking for someone

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Primate Care Staff Volunteers

We  are currently taking applications for Primate Care Staff volunteers. To apply, you must be in a position to commit to the park full time for a minimum of 9 – 12 months and must have relevant experience in this field. Please note there is no contact with the primates in this position, but you

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Zoo Area Supervisor – Primates

This role supervises a dynamic team of animal care professionals, ensuring high standards of animal care, health and safety, quality control, and respectful workplace behavior. Responsible for coordination and quality control of daily husbandry routines, team dynamics, animal well-being, public engagement, and tidiness of assigned facilities. This is a working supervisory role over a single

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Curator: Primates and Australian Animals

The National Zoological Garden (NZG) is a rapidly transforming facility reporting to the South African National Biodiversity Institute (SANBI). It has an impressive animal collection, a breeding centre as well as a wildlife research centre. The NZG is well placed as an education and awareness platform for visitors comprising of educators, learners, students, special interest

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Animal Keeper-Primates & Small Mammals

Join our vibrant organisation! As an action oriented conservation charity, Marwell Wildlife’s desire is to connect people with nature. Through enthusing people about the wonders of the natural world we’re certain they’ll share our passion to conserve it. Our success relies on two key things. The impression we create through our 140 acre zoological park,

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Primate Conservation

Launched in 2000, the award winning MSc in Primate Conservation remains the only course internationally to address pressing issues in primate conservation throughout each module. Issues including habitat loss, illegal trade and human wildlife conflict issues as well as ways to mitigate these threats through population management, intervention and education are taught by world leaders who are all active in primate conservation in the field in Asia, Africa including Madagascar, and South America. The innovative and varied coursework provides students with direct training to work in conservation as a practitioner, advocate or academic.

Whether working in the lab, with local conservation groups (including zoos and NGOs), or in the field, you will find yourself in a collaborative and supportive environment, working with international scholars in primate conservation and gaining first-hand experience to enact positive change.

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Primate Conservation – Lemurs and Nocturnal Primates

The award winning MSc Primate Conservation, following the Lemurs and Nocturnal Primates pathway, allows students with a particular interest in prosimian primates and night monkeys to focus on their chosen topic within conservation, ecology, cognition, etc.. For decades, Oxford Brookes University has been a world leader in the study of lemurs and nocturnal primates, and this pathway allows students to take advantage of this expertise. The MSc allows students to choose modules relating to the challenges and research opportunities revolving around Lemurs and Nocturnal Primates, including a tailored module to meet the student’s interests. The innovative and varied coursework provides students with direct training to work in conservation or ecology as a practitioner, advocate or academic. The MSc allows individuals working with night monkeys, lemurs, lorises and tarsiers to gain a focus on this evolutionarily important and highly threatened group of primates by completing an original piece of research.

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Primate Conservation – Apes in the Anthropocene

The MSc Primate Conservation, following the Apes in the Anthropocene pathway, allows students with a particular interest in great apes and gibbons to focus on their chosen topic within conservation, ecology, cognition, etc. The MSc allows students to choose modules relating to the challenges and research opportunities revolving around Apes in the Anthropocene, including a tailored module to meet the student’s interests. The innovative and varied coursework provides students with direct training to work in conservation or ecology as a practitioner, advocate or academic.

Whether working in the lab, with local conservation or ecology groups (including zoos and NGOs), or in the field, you will find yourself in a collaborative and supportive environment, working with international scholars in primatology, biological anthropology and conservation biology and gaining first-hand experience to research great apes and gibbons, and where relevant, to enact positive change.

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Primate Conservation – Human-Primate Interface

The award winning MSc Primate Conservation, following the Human Primate Interface pathway, allows students with a particular interest in the challenges that occur when primates and humans come face-to-face to focus on their chosen topic within conservation, ecology, etc.

Oxford Brookes University is a recognised leader in the study of the human primate interface, and this pathway allows students to take advantage of this expertise. The MSc allows students to choose modules relating to the challenges and research opportunities revolving around the Human Primate Interface, including a tailored module to meet the student’s interests. The innovative and varied coursework provides students with direct training to work in conservation or ecology as a practitioner, advocate or academic. The MSc allows individuals working on topics such as illegal trade, bushmeat, crop raiding, or ethnoprimatology to produce and original piece of research.

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Primate Behaviour and Conservation

This exciting MSc course covers contemporary issues in primate behaviour, welfare and conservation and will equip you with the latest knowledge and skills required to succeed as a professional researcher.

You will learn about the latest primatology research from active researchers including: primate behaviour and social systems in the wild; primate conservation issues and main threats to wildlife in-situ; ex-situ conservation efforts in sanctuaries and zoos; and job opportunities for primatologists in the UK and abroad.

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Primate Biology, Behaviour and Conservation

The course offers an opportunity to carry out a substantial research project in primatology, and is an ideal qualification for those wishing to pursue a PhD in this field. Many MRes students publish their dissertation research in international scientific journals.We have well established networks with field sites worldwide and in the UK. We are the most research-intensive modern university in the UK (Research Excellence Framework 2014).

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Accredited African Conservation course (Predators & Primates)

African ecology and conservation is a course that examines African wildlife conservation efforts. This course consists of 6 units and focuses on the ecology of African predators and non-human primates and, their conservation in situ. The final unit extends your understanding and application of ecology and conservation. It examines human-wildlife conflict in Africa and the rest of the world. Who is this course for? As a level 4 course, it will introduce you to using academic articles in support of further and higher level studies. The course is also valid for CPD and as an introduction to anyone thinking about a change of career into wildlife conservation work. If you are thinking of volunteering in wildlife conservation in Africa, this course will give you a sound basis on which to achieve your aim.

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Primate field school in Costa Rica: winter 2019-2020 and summer 2020

Educational Organization: Maderas Rainforest Conservancy Date Posted: 2019-09-07 Program Description: Are you looking for a primate field school? We are currently accepting applications for our winter 2019-2020 and summer 2020 field courses in Costa Rica. This intensive field course provides experience in studying wild monkeys in a tropical rainforest environment and is excellent preparation for

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Volunteer Primate Research Assistant: Primate & Predator Project in South Africa

Hiring Organization: Primate and Predator Project Durham University Date Posted: 2019-08-21 Position Description: The Primate and Predator Project based within the Limpopo Province, South Africa is playing a critical role in the research and conservation of local wildlife. We are looking for a hands-on and passionate research assistant to join our primate team at the

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Primate Caregiver

The Born Free Primate Sanctuary’s aim is to provide nonhuman primates a lifelong home and a high standard of care without being needlessly intrusive. The 186-acre sanctuary, located 90 miles south of San Antonio, Texas, is home to over 500 monkeys, many of whom were rescued from abusive or exploitative situations. The focus of animal

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Zookeeper: Giant Pandas, Primates & Birds

The Memphis Zoo has an exciting opportunity with our China Exhibit team. The Zookeeper is primarily responsible for daily husbandry of a collection of animals as it relates to their physiological and psychological well-being as well as providing general maintenance of enclosures and habitats within an assigned exhibit. The Zoo Keeper is also responsible for

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Field Assistant – Primate Jobs

Hiring Organization: Stony Brook University Date Posted: 2019-08-03 Position Description: One field assistant needed for The Simien Mountains Gelada Research Project, a study of the behavior, communication, endocrinology, and conservation of wild geladas (Theropithecus gelada) ? a close relative of baboons. All research is conducted at a remote field station located in the Simien Mountains

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MSc Primate Behaviour and Conservation

Educational Organization: Liverpool John Moores University, UK Date Posted: 2019-07-29 Program Description: Learn about primate behaviour, welfare and conservation on this LJMU MSc taught by world-leading experts in excellent facilities in the UK and research sites overseas. Entrance Qualifications: A good 2.1 at BSc level or equivalent Tuition / Fees: Home (full-time, per year): £8,800

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CURATOR: PRIMATES AND AUSTRALIAN ANIMALS

The National Zoological Garden (NZG) is a rapidly transforming facility reporting to the South African National Biodiversity Institute (SANBI). It has an impressive animal collection, a breeding centre as well as a wildlife research centre. The NZG is well placed as an education and awareness platform for visitors comprising of educators, learners, students, special interest

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Primate Research Interns: Primate Research and Conservation Project in Middle Atlas, Morocco

Hiring Organization: Moroccan association for Protection of Heritage and Barbary Macaques Date Posted: 2019-05-31 Position Description: Language is often thought to be what separates humans from animals. Primates communicate as well regarding external objects through manipulation or the exchange of information about it throughout their lifespans from an early age. By achieving this associative project,

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Primate Keeper

Audubon Zoo is currently seeking an experienced, motivated, and innovative professional to grow our Primate Team while we take on some exciting challenges together. Over the last 18 months the team has facilitated seven great ape transfers, is actively managing a newly introduced 1.3 Western Lowland Gorilla troop, and in the coming months will begin

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