Careers

Each of Us Has The Power to Impact Nature & Wildlife for Better or for Worse, We Exist for the Better.

Join Us.

 


Why Join the Audubon Team?

  • Members of the Audubon Team make a positive impact on nature and wildlife every day.
     
  • Enjoy the wildest place to work in New Orleans. How many people can say their commute is to the Zoo or Aquarium or Park?
     
  • Audubon employs one of the most varied selection of positions of any organization in the area from animal care staff to gift shop cashiers to plumbers to accountants.
  • We offer upward mobility and opportunities for promotion. Many members of our team began at Audubon in entry-level guest services positions and worked their way up to leadership roles.

 

Benefits


Internships

Audubon Nature Institute is doing a world of good by linkingconservation efforts that protect endangered species, habitats, and nature to experiences that spark individual action.

Our goal is to provide qualified interns a hands-on introduction to the profession of wildlife husbandry, and how husbandry relates to our mission.

 

Available Internships


COVID-19 Proof of Vaccination Required for all employees and interns as follows:

All Audubon Nature Institute employees must submit proof of full COVID-19 vaccination or request a medical or religious exemption. Employees granted a vaccination exemption must show proof of a negative COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours every time they come on campus.

Applicants coming on campus will need to present one of the following:
(a) Proof of at least at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine that has received full approval or emergency use authorization from the U.S. FDA or the WHO
– OR –
(b) a negative PCR or antibody COVID test taken within the last 72 hours to come onsite.

Acceptable proof of vaccination includes:

  • LA Wallet App SMART Health Card
  • An original, digital photo, or photocopy of CDC Vaccination Card (both sides)
  • An official vaccine record issued by another state, a foreign nation or the WHO (World Health Organization)

For more information, contact Audubon’s Human Resources department at (504) 212-5334.