Marwell Wildlife Volunteers

Would you like to Volunteer with us and be a part of the Marwell Family?

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Current Volunteer Opportunities

Veterinary Administrative Support

This is a fantastic volunteer opportunity providing office administrative support to our Veterinary Team.


Duties are varied and include processing data from stock taking and veterinary procedure reports, to testing results of veterinary equipment. This role is solely office based involving computer tasks, scanning and paper filing.


You will need to demonstrate a good level of understanding of computer programmes, although training will be given on the use of Marwell zoo software.


Whilst full training will be provided for all aspects of this role, we are looking for people who can demonstrate a thorough approach, together with good time management and use of initiative when prioritising tasks.


Hours can be flexible across any days, Monday – Friday between 10am to 4pm.  We are ideally looking for one volunteer to support us across as many days as possible.


Informal interviews will then be arranged with the Vet team.


Closing date: 03 December 2022

Our Mission

Our mission is to conserve biodiversity and other natural resources, both locally and internationally – but we rely on the support of thousands to bring it to life!

We engage with over 40,000 children and young people through our conservation educational programmes, and welcome over 500,000 visitors each year to our 140 acre zoological park. In every contact we seek to encourage understanding, and inspire care for the natural world. In essence, we aim to connect people with nature.

Our team of Conservation Biologists run field programmes in the UK & Africa in partnership with communities, statutory agencies and other non-governmental organizations. Find out which species we’re working with and the positive, sustainable impacts we’re making on our conservation website.