Check out the job openings below and submit your online application. Keeper internships available under the tab ‘Get Involved’. Please note that only thoroughly completed applications will be accepted. Wildlife Safari is a drug-free workplace and applicants must pass a drug screen (including for Marijuana) prior to being offered a position.
There are currently positions available in multiple animal keeper departments. Animal keeper and veterinarian positions are posted on AZA’s website.
Seasonal Customer Service | $12.50 an hour | Full Time/ Part Time
Join Wildlife Safari as a seasonal staff member! Our seasonal staff makes the park work as they check guests in, sell enrichment encounters, serve food, drive the train and more! Help families build life long memories as you take on the role of one of the following;
Each position is full time during the spring/ summer season. Please note that weekends are required.Wildlife Safari is a drug-free workplace and applicants must pass a drug screen (including for Marijuana), along with a background check prior to being offered a position.
Guest Services Clerk:The guest services clerk assists the guest services department with the scheduling of group tours, animal encounters, facility rentals, special events, and memberships while delivering outstanding customer service. Guest Services Clerks work mostly indoors, stand & walk throughout the day, and must be able to lift and move up to 50 pounds.
Safari Guide:The Safari guide greets park guests, hands out village schedules, promotes events and answers basic guest questions. They also direct guests to Guest Services for registration, memberships, encounters or more in depth questions. Safari Guides also drive the Safari Village Train and will occasionally drive guests through the park for animal encounters. Safari Guides work mostly outdoors, stand & walk throughout the day, and must be able to lift and move up to 50 pounds. Due to the driving component of this position, Safari Guides are required to have a two-year clean driving record.
Gift Shop Clerk:The gift shop clerk welcomes guests into the gift shop, answers questions about park products and services, directs guests to appropriate resources, and handles cash and credit sales. Gift Shop Clerks work mostly indoors, stand & walk throughout the day, and must be able to lift and move up to 50 pounds.
Booth Clerk:The booth clerk welcomes guests to the park, transacts sales, verifies memberships, provides park rules and information to guests, and may work in a variety of settings including admissions, camel rides, snack shack, drive through feed booth and more. Booth Clerks work mostly outdoors, stand & walk throughout the day, and must be able to lift and move up to 50 pounds.
Food Services:The food services team at Wildlife Safari is responsible for preparing and serving a limited menu of items including grilled, deep fried and cold items, along with soups, pastas and chili. Staff will also be responsible for taking/ running orders, handling cash, serving ice cream, cleaning tables & dishes, etc. This year, the park is adding a prep position to the food services team, working earlier in the day to make sure the restaurant is clean and presentable, food is prepared for cooking and serving, etc. The Food Services Team works mostly indoors in a high-temperature environment, stand & walk throughout the day, and must be able to lift and move up to 50 pounds.
Each position is full time during the spring/ summer season. Please note that weekends are required.Wildlife Safari is a drug-free workplace and applicants must pass a drug screen (including for Marijuana) prior to being offered a position.
Maintenance Worker | $12.50 an hour | Full Time, Permanent
The Maintenance Technician performs installation, repair and improvements of park equipment and facilities. Also assists the Project Manager in the completion of capital and other special park projects. This position requires more advanced maintenance ability including ability to work with electrical, mechanical, pneumatic, and hydraulic systems.
The goal of the maintenance technician is to maintain the utility of the park and its facilities by performing more advanced maintenance tasks as assigned by the department supervisor or as needed by the project manager.
- Performs general maintenance of drive-through including road, fence, and building repairs
- Performs general maintenance of village area including exhibits, walkways, and fence repairs
- Assists in the construction of park buildings including pens, shelters, and feeders
- Performs digging, trenching, shoveling, and other manual labor
- Responds to service calls requiring more advanced maintenance knowledge and skill
- Assists in the installation, repair, and upgrade of park equipment
- Operates park machinery and equipment
- Hauls various materials throughout park
- Cleans, organizes and properly stores tools and equipment
- Variety of other maintenance tasks as assigned
- Must be able to pass a drug test, including for marijuana
- Candidates must agree to a background check
- Must be able to lift 50 lbs and be able to bend and lift
- A minimum high school diploma or equivalency
- Ability to follow oral and written instructions
- At least two years previous experience performing general maintenance