Are you passionate about animals and conservation? ZooTampa at Lowry Park is looking for an experienced and certified Life Support Technician to join our water quality team.
Are you the kind of person who is passionate about rescuing, rehabilitating and caring for animals?
Are you a technical expert with a passion for maintaining life support systems in a setting where you can make a real impact?
Do you take initiative, work with minimal supervision, and excel in a fast-paced environment?
Are you experienced in managing water quality and pumps, and do you have a keen eye for occupational safety and quality control?
Do you relish the opportunity to work in a renowned institution committed to animal welfare, education, and conservation?
If you find these questions resonate with you, we invite you to apply for our Life Support Technician position at ZooTampa. We are actively scheduling interviews and are eager to add a committed and skillful member to our esteemed water quality team.
This position is responsible for maintaining and performing maintenance on pumps and life support systems in the Zoo and at off-site structures. Other duties include special construction projects and assisting with facilities maintenance when needed.
Who We Are
ZooTampa at Lowry Park is one of the most popular zoos in the southeastern U.S., with over 1.2 million visitors annually. We have grown to what now encompasses 56 acres of naturalistic wildlife habitats in a lush, tropical garden setting with wide-ranging activities. The Zoo, accredited by Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA), offers popular educational programming, fun recreational amenities, up-close animal encounters and engaging seasonal events for which it has won awards as one of the country’s most family-friendly zoos.
Our mission is to rescue, rehabilitate and care for animals; create exceptional personalized experiences that connect people with wildlife and each other in fun, immersive ways.
Our vision is that everyone we touch is motivated to join us in taking action to protect and preserve wildlife.
Join us and become a part of creating unforgettable natural connections!