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Current Full-Time and Part-Time Openings
Entrance Supervisor (Full-Time)
Applications are being accepted for a full-time entrance supervisor at the front gate. This position serves as a secondary supervisor at the zoo’s front entrance and Guest Services Building and assists the Entrance Manager with booth operations, database management, and other daily operations. This position requires strong communication and guest service skills and will interact on a continual basis with guests, members, vendors, and employees. Previous office or retail experience and customer service experience is preferred, but not required. Click here for a complete job description.
This is a full-time position requiring availability for a 40-hour work week year-round (including weekends and holidays).
To apply: submit cover letter, resume, and application by mail: Zoo, Attn: Employment (Entrance Supervisor), 3411 Sherman Blvd, Fort Wayne, IN 46808; deliver to zoo office 8am-5pm, Monday-Friday; or email to email@example.com.
Application Deadline: Friday, December 6
Current Seasonal Openings
There are no seasonal job openings at this time. Watch for information on our annual Job Fair in spring 2014.
Thinking about a career working with animals?
- Learn more about internships, job shadows, and zoo careers at our Career Exploration page.
- Read about volunteer opportunities for teens, adults, and families.
Statement of Equal Opportunity
The Fort Wayne Children’s Zoo is operated by the Fort Wayne Zoological Society through a cooperative agreement with the City of Fort Wayne’s Department of Parks and Recreation. All employees and volunteers work for the Fort Wayne Zoological Society.
The Society is an Equal Opportunity Employer and treats all applicants, employees, and volunteers without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, gender, age, marital or veteran status, mental or physical disability that does not preclude performance of essential job duties, or any other status protected by law. The Society will offer all reasonable accommodations required by law to employees and volunteers with known disabilities.
The Society supports and promotes diversity in its workforce and on its Board of Directors and strives to foster a work environment of respect and inclusiveness where the diversity and contributions of all applicants, employees, volunteers, and visitors are valued and recognized.