NYC Temporary and Part-time Employment

Our goal at the Wildlife Conservation Society's New York City Zoos and Aquarium is to provide our guests with the experience of a lifetime.

As the world's largest system of metropolitan wildlife parks, we want to connect our guests to wild nature by providing them with educational and fun-filled experiences. Those who join our team not only stand for our mission, they make it their mission to connect with our guests.

Do you stand for wildlife? Are you ready to help create the best experience for our guests? If so, over 1,000 opportunities are waiting for you in customer service, retail sales, park operations, animal care, restaurant services, education, and so much more!*

*Alternative methods of applying for employment are available to individuals unable to submit an application through this site because of a disability. Contact Veronika Hoka, Associate Director for Human Resources, at 718-220-5126 or 2300 Southern Boulevard, Bronx, New York, 10460, to discuss reasonable accommodations.

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