Current vacancies

ZSL provides a diverse range of jobs across its global sectors. Discover what exciting opportunities are currently available. 

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Manager of Design and Interpretation

The post is responsible for managing the exhibit interpretation and audience engagement provision at both sites through graphic design, interpretation development and exhibit planning.


ZSL is looking for two part-time Receptionists to be the first point of contact for, and to ensure the smooth entry of visitors to the ZSL main office based at Regents Park in an efficient, professional and friendly manner.

Scientific Events Co-ordinator & Journals Administrator

We would like to appoint an experienced events co-ordinator to organise and promote the programme of Scientific Meetings and Symposia of the Zoological Society of London. 

Research Technician

We would like to appoint an experienced Research Technician for 2 years (fixed-term and full-time) to join a research group investigating the impact of climate change and anthropogenic activities on desert ecosystems.

Postdoctoral Research Assistant

The position, which is funded by Defra, offers an opportunity for an outstanding researcher to investigate the epidemiological consequences of contact between cattle and badgers.

Head Chef - ZSL Whipsnade Zoo

We are looking for an exceptional individual to take on this challenging Head Chef position at ZSL Whipsnade zoo. The candidate must have a proven track record working within a high volume kitchen.

CRM Marketing Assistant

We have a vacancy for a CRM Marketing Assistant who will look after the day to day CRM programme with particular focus on digital communications.

Camera Trap Data Analysis Voluntary Intern

This volunteering opportunity involves supporting the development of the ZSL camera trap tool, helping with setting up the tool lookup tables, preparing the user manual, preparing and importing camera trap data and supporting data across ZSL field programmes.