Calling all animal lovers who are looking to gain some charity experience! Why not come and volunteer at our Hertfordshire zoo, based just outside of North London?
Whether you're looking to come and help us ensure our visitors have any amazing time, or you want to pass on a passion for conservation and a love of animals, we'll try and find you perfect voluntary role to help you gain that all important charity experience.
If you love being outdoors in the fresh air, are outgoing and energetic, and are looking to try your hand at something new, this could be the perfect opportunity for you!
If you are interested in one of our volunteer positions, please email Barbara on firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or an expression of interest form.
Paradise Wildlife Park is seeking volunteers to assist in the maintenance of the gardens and outdoor spaces at our wonderful Zoo.
We are not looking for huge expertise but people who are prepared to learn and be enthusiastic and creative in their approach to the tasks involved in maintaining the spaces that our visitors enjoy so much.
Tasks will vary on a daily basis and will include:
If you have some time on your hands, love being outdoors, think you may have green fingers and are friendly and enthusiastic, this could be the role for you!
All we ask is that you commit to at least one day per week, generally 08.00-17.00 in the Summer (April-Sept) and 08.00-16.00 Winter (Oct-March).
Dinosaurs have arrived at Paradise Wildlife Park!
We are looking for new volunteers to join our existing Dino Team, who ensure our dinosaurs are well looked after and that our guests leave having had a fun and informative experience.
Volunteers will need to commit to a minimum of one day per week throughout the summer (April – September), generally from 09.30 to 16.00 each day.
We are looking for confident, talkative volunteers as most of your time will be spent interacting with visitors. Volunteers will also need to be comfortable with being outside in all weathers and be able to stand for a few hours at a time. Training will be provided, but an interest in dinosaurs is definitely a bonus!
Our conservation cabin is situated in the middle of the park, opposite the Red Pandas and next to the Big Cats. It is staffed exclusively by volunteers, with all profits going to support conservation projects across the world (everything from helping to protect endangered species to enhancing local areas to help native British Wildlife).
The role involves: