Provides education to the public about ABGI’s animals and exhibits when working on museum floor. Provides animal care of ABGI’s living collection at assigned facility (ABGI or Insect Rearing Facility (IRF).
The Member Relations Supervisor reports to the Member Services Sales Manager forming the leadership team for the part-time sales associates. The Supervisor is responsible for providing exceptional service and exhibiting a positive attitude to co-workers, members and visitors onsite and by telephone. The Supervisor is knowledgeable about all aspects of the membership product, takes a proactive approach to sales and assists in department efforts to maintain and grow the member base.
The Member Relations Supervisor resolves membership inquiries for both part-time staff and Audubon Members, sells memberships, and fulfills general information requests for internal and external customers. In the Manager’s absence, the Supervisor serves as Shift Leader, responsible for staffing changes, call-offs, responding to internal customers, resolving member complaints, closing out at the end of the day and acting as manager on duty.
The Warehouse Supervisor reports directly to the Merchandise Manager; the Warehouse Supervisor is responsible for the accurate receiving and pricing of incoming merchandise and recording and transferring of all outgoing product from the warehouse to the gift shops to ensure the integrity of the retail inventory system and proper replenishment of stores.
Greenskeeper, under the supervision of the Assistant Superintendent, performs routine manual labor involved in golf course maintenance; does semi-skilled grounds construction and maintenance work; operate small hand-powered equipment; and occasional operate larger maintenance equipment such as mowers. He or she does related work as required.
The Assistant Executive Steward will assist in supervising day-to-day operation of the stewarding department. This position is responsible for total maintenance and sanitation in all food production service areas as well as managing, scheduling, and coaching our stewards. Reporting directly to the Executive Steward, the Assistant Executive Steward will be responsible for completing all steward functions for all Audubon Institute facilities. All Stewarding Supervisors and Stewards will report directly to the Assistant Executive Steward.
The Associate Veterinarian for FMASSC assists in managing all aspects of animal medical care and animal health management for the Freeport McMoRan Audubon Species Survival Center (FMASSC), which includes the Alliance for Sustainable Wildlife and the Audubon Center for Research of Endangered Species.
This position maintains and cleans designated areas within the Park and Zoo grounds, buildings and restrooms to ensure that each guest receives the proper Audubon Experience during each and every visit.
Responsible for providing friendly, prompt service to all pass holders and customers. Responsible for helping to maintain an accurate inventory, assisting with golf tournaments, running handicap system, running the tee sheet on a day to day basis, collecting monies and charging the proper accounts for all sales transactions.
A concession supervisor will be responsible for the daily operations of the concession stand assigned on a daily basis. This position will be responsible for the supervision of concession workers, inventories, and revenue management. This position will also be responsible for training, pre-shift meetings and customer satisfaction.
Horticulturalists at Audubon Zoo are responsible for our guests’ first impressions of this quality facility. Well groomed gardens and brilliant color displays help draw our guests back for repeat visits and form the backdrop for many family memories.
Employees of this level must report directly to the Horticulture Supervisor. The Employee must have a working knowledge of Zoo plant names, plant identification, plant growth habits and light requirements. Must be able to work independently and be self motivated. A basic understanding of plant diseases and insect infestations is required and appropriate treatment methods. Organic procedures are always preferred over chemical, and this position requires understanding of organic methods. You must be a team player and be able to interact well with others within the department, as well as staff from other departments. Good communication is important. This job requires 100% working out in the elements, so the ability to withstand hot, humid summers and cold, wet winters is a must.
Audubon Zoo is seeking a dependable and highly motivated keeper to join our Swamp Staff and be a part of a dynamic, growing team in our Louisiana Swamp Exhibit. This keeper position will be working in Audubon Zoo's Louisiana Swamp Exhibit and Jaguar Jungle. Both of these exhibits are among the finest examples of the integration of culture and animals. The Louisiana Swamp Exhibit focuses on local species and the Cajun culture; while, Jaguar Jungle focuses on the meso-American region and the Mayan culture. The Zoo is currently constructing the next phase of Jaguar Jungle which will be incorporating a nocturnal house to the exhibit. The Zoo is also in an exciting growth phase with many new projects currently underway along with a number of future exhibit enhancements planned within the zoo. Our ideal candidate is someone who is passionate about local and Latin American wildlife, integrates Audubon Zoo is seeking a dependable and highly motivated keeper to join our Swamp Staff and be a part modern best practices into their daily work, and is dedicated to enrichment.
The Prep Cook is primarily responsible for all basic and intermediary culinary prep work and food presentation duties for private events. Reporting to the Executive Chef and receiving additional direction from the Sous Chef and Lead and First Cook, the Prep Cook’s position is directly responsible for culinary preparation and presentation of catering food, including the dish up of meals for any Audubon facility.
Assists with the day to day carpentry requests and carpentry related maintenance of both indoor and outdoor areas of the facility in a manner that will ensure a safe and aesthetically pleasing experience for both guests and employees of Audubon Zoo and Park
Assistant Curator (AC) is a mid-level, supervisory position requiring the individual to be an active participant in the routine care, collection planning, and management of a diverse collection of primates, including great apes. Although their primary responsibility is with the animals and staff of the Primates section, AC’s aid the Mammals Curator in managing the animals and personnel of the entire Mammals division. The job entails animal health, welfare, and enrichment, staff scheduling and job assignments, staff guidance and feedback, exhibit quality and working to provide a quality visitor experience.