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Thanks for considering employment at the Indianapolis Zoo​​, a national leader in animal conservation and one of Indiana's top tourist destinations. The Zoo is a private, 501(c)3 institution, and we're looking for motivated individuals to join our staff.

We only accept online applications for current job openings. Mailed, faxed and hand-delivered applications will not be considered. Candidates are encouraged to attach a cover letter and résumé to the online application. Please enter the title of the position you're applying for in the "Position Desired" section of the application. Completed applications are reviewed daily and forwarded to management for further consideration. Candidates being considered for employment will be co​ntacted individually. Please do not contact us to "check on" your application.

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​Full-Time Positions​ ​ ​​​​​​

Audio/Visual and Information Technology Technician

​Our IT department plays a vital role in the Zoo's success. The department currently has a full time opening for an A/V and Information Technology Technician.​

Job Responsibilities

  • Responsible for the operation, maintenance, troubleshooting and repair of audio visual and information technology systems, equipment and hardware throughout the Zoo

  • Operate technical tracks for public presentations, rehearsals and special events, as assigned

  • Assist IT team members with computer deployment, AV installation repair, network installation, and general IT support

  • Collaborate with relevant keeper and education staff for presentations

  • Track inventory of AV/IT equipment, perform preventative maintenance, and assist in budgeting for equipment replacement

  • Create and maintain documentation for processes and procedures

  • Achieve assigned project goals within designated timelines

  • Perform proper documentation, notification and reporting relevant to duties and assignments

  • Work positively and cooperatively with management, co-workers, department volunteers and interns. A professional and positive attitude is expected at all times while interacting with peers, co-workers and the public

  • Maintain current knowledge of relevant AV and IT systems

  • Willingness and ability to work weekends, evenings and holidays

  • Perform other duties as assigned​

Working Conditions

  • Practice safety as it pertains to the Zoo's best safety practices and all other relevant industry guidelines

  • Working schedule may vary based on the Zoo's seasonal schedule, although typical days scheduled may be Wednesday through Sunday

  • Ability to work outdoors and indoors under all environmental conditions

  • Ability to lift and carry at least 40 pounds of weight

  • Must have the physical ability to walk, stand, kneel, squat, bend, lift and push while performing various job tasks

  • Must be physically able and comfortable working at heights (catwalks, lifts, etc.), in dimly-lit venues, and around water when necessary

  • Excellent visual acuity and hearing required​

Qualifications​​

  • Must be at least 18 years old.

  • A high school diploma/GED is required. Post-secondary education, such as an Associate or Bachelor degree in a related discipline from an accredited institution is preferred

  • Previous professional experience as an AV or IT Technician or other related discipline strongly preferred.

  • Currently possess, or be able to obtain an Indiana driver's license.

  • Consistently practices safe work habits including, but not limited to, the use of personal protective equipment, lifting and reporting of unsafe situations.

  • Proven analytical and problem-solving abilities

  • Ability to work well in a team environment

  • Must pay keen attention to detail​

The Zoo is located in the heart of Indy's vibrant downtown area, and our employees a competitive benefit package (medical, dental, vision, and life insurance, 403b) upon 90 days of employment, immediate paid holidays. Once eligible, new full time employees enjoy 160 hours of paid time off. ​

Deadline to apply is April 8. 

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Mechanic Technician

The Indianapolis Zoo is proud to employ skilled trades professionals who work behind-the-scenes to keep our mechanical, structural and equipment needs serviced and running smoothly. Working in the facilities department at a zoo provides unique challenges, and a very interesting working environment.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Safely operating aerial work platforms, such as boom and scissor lifts

  • Maintain, troubleshoot and repair the Zoo's rides including the Skyline, train, roller coaster and carousel

  • Maintain the Zoo's vehicle fleet

Working Conditions:

  • Climbing ladders and scaffolding, being able to exert 100 pounds of force occasionally, and lift up to 50 pounds regularly

  • Working outside, in all types of weather conditions

  • Carrying a pager to respond to emergency calls, and operating a 2-way radio

  • On-call availability to respond to emergencies, and willingness to work overtime, different shift work, weekends and holidays

  • Compensation is commensurate with experience. Please include your compensation requirement in your attached cover letter, or enter it on the online application.

Qualifications:

  • Five years of work experience in mechanical, electrical or pneumatic field

  • High school diploma/GED. Additional certification/ trade school education preferred

  • Knowledge and skills in hydraulics, PCL and welding different materials

  • Mechanical motor skills as well as knowledge of computer based electrical systems required

  • Must have automotive and small engine technical skills with the ability to troubleshoot and make repairs as needed

  • Experience in amusement ride operation and repair is strongly preferred

  • At least 21 years old

  • Possess a valid Indiana driver's license, and have a driving record that is insurable by the Zoo's insurer

The Zoo is located in the heart of Indy's vibrant downtown area, and our employees a competitive benefit package (medical, dental, vision, and life insurance, 403b) upon 90 days of employment, immediate paid holidays. Once eligible, new full time employees enjoy 160 hours of paid time off. 

Apply
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Park Support Technician

The Indianapolis Zoo has a full time opening for a Park Support Technician who will assist in the day-to-day operations involving the upkeep and cleanliness of the Zoo's grounds and guest facilities.​

Job Responsibilities

  • Setup and tear down of tables, chairs and A/V equipment for events, and assist with cleaning rooms before and after events

  • Assist with waste handling, recycling and snow removal​

Working Conditions

  • Physically demanding role with significant amounts of walking, prolonged standing, climbing ladders and scaffolding, stooping and kneeling

  • Work is performed indoors and outdoors, requiring work in all kinds of weather. Exposed to weather temperatures ranging from -10 to more than 90

  • On occasion, heaving lifting including exerting up to 100 pounds of force occasionally, and/or in excess of 50 pounds of force frequently, and/or in excess of 20 pounds of force constantly to move objects​

Qualifications

  • Strong background in hand tool and motorized equipment (vehicles, small engines, some heavy equipment) use and repair required.

  • Understanding of audio/video component integration (compatibility, usage, terminations) is preferred.

  • Must be able to verbally converse and listen with comprehension.

  • Good visual acuity and hearing required.

  • Finger and hand dexterity of great importance.

  • A willingness to work a non-traditional work week — weekends, holidays, flexibility in scheduled workdays, weeks and hours — dependability and good attendance are required

  • Must be at least 20 years old, have at least two years of basic maintenance work experience, with preferably at least a year of work experience in custodial or janitorial positions.

  • A high school diploma or GED is required. Advanced technical training is preferred by not required. ​

The Indianapolis Zoo offers a competitive total compensation package that includes medical, dental, vision, life, and short term disability; 403b plan; paid holidays, and paid time off.  

The application deadline is April 15.

Apply or see additional application requirements .​

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Primate Curator

The Primate Curator will manage and oversee all of our primate areas and staff.  The Curator has oversight of all areas they manage, and will be directly responsible and accountable for all departmental functions.​

Job Responsibilities

  • Responsible for the overall management of our Primate collection, and develops animal management protocols. 

  • Assists with recruiting, training, supervising, and managing the performance of area managers and staff

  • Develops and oversees the animal husbandry enrichment, and training programs for the collection.

  • Ensures compliance of all Zoo, USDA, and AZA policies, protocols, and standard operating procedures.

  • Speaks to the media and general public

  • Participates in collection and facilities planning, improvements to existing facilities, and the development of new exhibits.

  • Actively participates in education programming, conferences, scientific research and conservation activities.

  • Develops and maintains professional relationships with counterparts in other zoological institutions and conservation organizations regarding acquisitions and dispositions, breeding, and SSP activities.

  • Assists the General Curator in developing area's annual budget, and operates within budget parameters.

Working Conditions

  • Ability to work outdoors and indoors under all environmental conditions. 

  • Ability to perform very heavy work, exerting at least 100 pounds of force occasionally, and or up to 50 pounds of force frequently. 

  • Ability to climb and maintain body equilibrium while performing various jobs. 

  • Excellent visual acuity and hearing required.

  • Possible occupational exposure (Category B employee) to human bloodborne pathogens.  Possible exposure to dangerous chemicals (e.g. chlorine bleach, cleaning agents, etc.)  Must follow Universal Protection Precautions and Bloodborne Pathogens Guidelines.  

Qualifications

  • A bachelor's degree in Biology or a related field from an accredited college or university is required. A graduate degree in a related field is preferred.

  • A minimum of 10 years of direct or related experience in a zoo or similar professional setting.

  • At least four years of demonstrated management experience.

  • Temperamentally suited to working with animals

  • Good supervisory, interpersonal, and observational skills. 

  • Proven decision making and problem solving skills.

  • Outstanding public speaking skills.  ​

The Indianapolis Zoo offers a competitive total compensation package that includes medical, dental, vision, life, and short term disability; 403b plan; paid holidays, and paid time off. 

The application deadline is April 30.​​​

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Part-Time Positions​​

Cashiers

Our Guest Services employees play a key role in making the Indianapolis Zoo one of the top attractions in Indianapolis. And if you're looking for a part-time job, there's no better place than the Indianapolis Zoo. We operate an array of family-friendly rides in addition to our animal exhibits and gardens, and we're looking for seasonal admissions cashiers to help greet our guests and sell parking, rides and general admission tickets.

Job Responsibilities

  • Sell parking, rides and general admission tickets and rentals

  • Comply with Zoo and departmental policies and procedures

  • Work positively with department volunteers, staff and management

  • Maintains clean work environment and ensures overall park cleanliness

  • Provide friendly, professional service to Zoo guests and fellow staff members

  • Support the Zoo's mission

  • Other duties as assigned by management

Working Conditions

  • Must be able to work weekends, holidays, special events and some late hours; must be flexible with work hours

  • Able to work outdoors and in all types of weather conditions

Qualifications

  • Must be at least 17 years old

  • High school diploma or GED preferred

  • Experience in customer service is a plus but not required

  • Must enjoy working as a team but be able to work as an individual

  • Friendly and courteous attitude

  • Flexible work hours required

  • Must adhere to appearance guidelines

Apply or see additional application requirements below. [close]

​Rides Operators

Our Guest Services employees play a key role in making the Indianapolis Zoo one of the top attractions in Indianapolis. And if you're looking for a part-time job, there's no better place than the Indianapolis Zoo. We operate an array of family-friendly rides and attractions in addition to our animal exhibits and gardens, and we're looking for employees to provide assorted services to our guests.

Job Responsibilities

  • Operate/supervise mechanical rides and attractions (train ride, carousel, 4D Theater, roller coaster, splash park, and playground)

  • Keep the offices, rest areas, and grounds of the Zoo clean and beautiful for our guests and employees. 

  • Set up for special events. 

  • Ensures safety procedures are being followed on train ride, carousel, roller coaster, and playgrounds by both staff and guests.

  • Provides friendly, professional service to Zoo guests and fellow staff members

  • Supports the Zoo's mission

Working Conditions

  • Will work on weekends, special events, holidays, and some late hours

  • Must be able to work outdoors in various weather conditions

  • Ability to lift and drag at least 25 pounds of weight

  • Ability to walk and stand for the majority of the work shift.

  • Physical ability to walk, stand, kneel, squat, bend, lift, and push while performing various jobs.

  • Excellent visual acuity and hearing is required

  • Possible occupational exposure (Category B employee) to human bloodborne pathogens.  Possible exposure to dangerous chemicals (e.g. chlorine bleach, cleaning agents, etc.).  Must follow Universal Protection Precautions and Bloodborne Pathogens Guidelines. 

Qualifications

  • Must be at least 18 years old

  • Must have a valid Indiana's driver's license

  • Needs a high school diploma or GED

  • Experience in customer service is a plus, but not required

  • Ability to communicate and comprehend the English language

  • Have a friendly and courteous attitude

  • Must enjoy working as a team but be able to work as an individual.

  • Must have flexible work hours

  • Must adhere to appearance guidelines

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Guest Experiences Team Member

Each year, more than a million guests visit the Indianapolis Zoo to enjoy our 64 acres of animal exhibits and 3 acres of gardens, all while supporting our animal conservation mission. Our Guest Experiences team provides personal and sincere attention to all guests, exceeding their expectations of quality, cleanliness and service in all areas of guest services. Team members will be counted upon to always provide friendly, courteous, professional services to Zoo guests.

Job Responsibilities

  • Provide friendly, professional service to IZS guests and fellow staff members.

  • Communicate effectively and answer guests' questions with clarity.

  • Open and close Oceans shark touch tank, Call Center and Hospitality Cart

  • Performs a wide range of jobs including but not limited to Hospitality exit cart-handling guest inquiries, monitoring shark touch tank, providing useful information to visitors who contact the zoo via email, telephone and or other media formats.

  • Ensures safety procedures are being followed in all areas of the park by both staff and guests. 

  • Accurately report and log all information as to support improvements within the institution.

Working Conditions 

  • Work is performed in all types of weather conditions. Required to dress according to weather conditions, in compliance with IZS dress code, which includes: proper shoe apparel; name tag at all times; khaki pants, shorts or skirts; and IZS issued shirt, clean and tucked in.

  • Must be able to work weekends, special events, holidays and some late hours.

  • Flexibility is needed due to changes in the crowd size and or weather, this may include being asked to work over your shift or go being sent home early.

  • This is an entry-level position. Hours worked are based on business demand and will not exceed 29 hours per week.

Qualifications

  • Previous hospitality or customer service industry related or unrelated work experience helpful.

  • Must be comfortable working with the public, display use of manners at all times.

  • High school diploma or GED preferred.

  • Friendly and courteous attitude

  • Trustworthy, dependable and punctual

  • Neat and clean in appearance;

  • Able to handle large volumes of guests and stay calm under adverse circumstances

  • Able to follow directions.

  • Quick and accurate basic math skills.

  • Some experience with computers or cash registers preferred.

  • Must display good judgment skills and troubleshooting abilities especially when dealing with guests and co-workers. 

  • Must be able to create value for each and every guest by suggestive selling.

  • Must enjoy working as a team but be able to work ​​as an individual.

​The application deadline is March 31.

Please indicate your salary requirements.​ ​Apply or see​ additional application requirements​ below.

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Park Operations Team Member

The Indianapolis Zoo operates an array of family-friendly attractions and rides, with more than one million guests in attendance each year. Park Operations team members are important to the operation of one of the most popular family venues in Indiana.

Job Responsibilities

  • Supports the Zoo's mission of empowering people and communities, both locally and globally, to advance animal conservation.

  • Assists with operational support for all major special events, including Zoobilation, ZooBoo and Christmas at the Zoo, and marketing special events, including Zoopolis 500.

  • Assists with the maintenance and set-up of Audio/Visual equipment throughout the Zoo.

  • Cleans and vacuums event spaces and other spaces to ensure cleanliness standards are maintained.

  • Ensures a quality presentation in event areas.

  • Assists with general storage areas to ensure areas are properly maintained and inventoried.

  • Participates in other duties as requested by Guest Services.

  • Ensures that IZS safety standards are followed.

​Working Conditions

  • Able to work on weekends, special events, holidays, and some late hours.

  • Must be properly trained in the use of the following equipment: Electric pallet jack and hand pallet jack.

  • Will work indoors and outdoors in all kinds of weather.  Individual will be in temperatures ranging from -10 to 90+ degrees.

  • Must follow Universal Protection Precautions and Blood borne Pathogens Guidelines.  Possible occupational exposure (Category C employee) to human blood borne pathogens.

  • Must wear personal protective equipment including latex or rubber gloves, dust masks, and goggles.

  • Will be required to climb step-ladders, stoop, kneel, crouch, stand, walk, push, pull, and lift.

  • Must be physically able to do heavy lifting which may include exerting up to 100 pounds of force occasionally, and/or in excess of 50 pounds of force frequently, and/or in excess of 20 pounds of force constantly to move objects.

Qualifications

  • High school diploma or GED required

  • Must be at least 18 years of age, have a valid Indiana drivers license, and insurable by the IZS' insurance carrier.

  • Present professional attitude and interpersonal skills.

  • Interact and communicats with co-workers, supervision, vendors, and the public in a professional, courteous, and cooperative manner. 

  • Must be an intermediate user of Outlook, Word, Excel and IZS Work Order System.

  • Maintains regular attendance. No excessive or unexcused absences or tardiness as per the Zoo's Attendance Policy. 

  • Recognizes problems as they occur and contributes to their resolution. Makes good decisions resulting from sound judgment as related to level of experience. 

  • Must exhibit a professional and positive attitude at all times while interacting with peers, coworkers and the public.

  • Experienced with operating small equipment (power washers, leaf blower, and leaf vacuum) willing to be trained to operate/drive forklift, Kubota and tractor

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​Seasonal Positions​​

Education Seasonal (Summer Camp Counselor)

Put your ability to make learning fun, love of teaching, and enjoyment of working with children to good use, and work in one of our Education Seasonal positions this summer. 

From April through August, the Indianapolis Zoo hosts a variety of fun and educational programs on Zoo grounds for children ages 5 to 19.  Summer camp counselors are needed for June and July, and there are additional hours available from May through September with several of the Zoo's other youth programs. 

Job Responsibilities

  • Assist with Zoo education programs, including summer camps​

Working Conditions

  • Must have sufficient mobility and physical stamina to spend long periods of time conducting programs

  • Must be willing to work flexible hours

  • Ability to tolerate all weather conditions and will work both indoors and out​

Qualifications

  • A passion for working with children and be adaptable to different teaching situations

  • Past experience in formal or informal education

  • A high school diploma/GED is required. A Bachelor's degree from an accredited college/university in Education or a related field (museum studies, environmental studies, parks and recreation) is preferred

  • A personal commitment to conservation

  • Ability to work independently with minimal supervision

  • Ability to assess situations and use good procedure/judgement and follow through

  • Must possess good public speaking skills

  • Familiarity with electronic media/technology

  • An intermediate level proficiency with Microsoft Outlook, Word and PowerPoint​

Deadline to apply is April 5.Apply or see additional application requirements below.​ [close]​​

Gardener

If your ideal job is working outside in nature, trimming grass, pulling weeds and providing care for plants, flowers and trees the Indianapolis Zoo is the perfect place for you. With over a million visitors visiting our Zoo each year, our gardeners help keep the grounds beautiful.

Job Responsibilities

  • Help the Horticulture team care for the general landscape of the Zoo's 64-acre campus, exotic plants in the 5,000-square-foot conservatory and 3 acres of formal gardens

Working Conditions

  • Work an average of 40 hours per week, from 7am-4pm, typically from April through mid-August. Usually scheduled Monday through Friday, with the occasional Saturday shift required.

  • Will work outside in all weather conditions and temperatures

  • Perform physically demanding tasks and work at a fast pace

  • Uniform, free parking and an awesome work environment provided

  • Pay for this job is $8.50/hour

Qualifications

  • Must be at least 18 years old and have a high school diploma or GED

  • Must have a valid Indiana driver's license and driving record that is insurable by the Zoo's insurer

  • Knowledge of plant and their care, power equipment and irrigation systems is preferred but not required

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​Interpreter

From May through September, our seasonal Interpreters facilitate various on-grounds experiences for the Zoo's Education Department. ​

Seasonal Interpreters typically work up to 32 hours per week. The hourly pay for this role is $10.00 per hour. 

Job Responsibilities

  • Monitor and interpret at the Simon Skjodt International Orangutan Center

  • Present public chats, feed demonstrations and dolphin presentations

  • Act as a roving interpreter between scheduled programs​

Working Conditions
  • The work schedule will vary and will include holidays and weekends

  • Physical stamina to stand for long periods of time is required

  • Ability to work outside in a wide range of temperatures and weather conditions.​

Qualifications 
  • High school diploma or GED required. Post-secondary education preferred

  • Extraordinary aptitude for dealing with people and excellent public speaking skills

  • Formal or informal educational institution (teaching) experience preferred

  • Ability to quickly learn interpretive techniques

  • Demonstration ability to communicate ideas in an engaging verbal manner

  • Electronic media/technology, computer and word processing abilities

  • Prior experience working with the public, especially children preferred

  • Experience in public speaking or theater/performing arts is preferred. 

  • A personal commitment to conservation

  • Strong organizatio​​nal and problem solving skills.

  • Ability to work independently with minimal supervision

  • Ability to assess situations, use good procedure/judgment and follow through​

Deadline to apply is March 24.Apply​ or see additional application requirements​ below. [close]

Marine Mammal Visitor Attendant

Each day, thousands of guests at the Indianapolis Zoo enjoy a Dolphin Presentation that demonstrate the incredible intelligence and skill of our Atlantic bottlenose dolphins. And we are currently looking for seasonal employees who can help us provide a quality experience for our visitors during these presentations.

Job responsibilities

  • Monitoring the flow of customers in and out of the Dolphin Pavilion​

  • General housekeeping and specialized area cleaning

  • Will ​work weekends and holidays

  • Please note, this is not an animal care position 

Qualifications​

  • A high school diploma or GED is strongly preferred. Must be at least 18 years of age.

Application deadline is March 25.

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Membership Sales Representative

At the Indianapolis Zoo, our members are like an extension of our family. Zoo memberships are a great value, and help us sustain our local and global conservation efforts. Our Membership staff is dedicated to providing excellent customer service and additional benefits to make each and every member feel valued. This position is an exciting, fast-paced job at one of the state's top-rated tourist destinations — and an opportunity to work as a leader in animal conservation!

Job Responsibilities

  • Encompass an enthusiastic attitude and sales and customer service skills to encourage on-site membership purchases

  • Assist in resolving customer service concerns

Working Conditions

  • Work 9am-5pm Monday through Friday from April to mid-August

  • A few weeknight or weekend events may be required​

  • Compensation is $10 per hour

Qualifications

  • A high school diploma/TASC/high school equivalency is required.

  • Post-secondary education, especially majors such as marketing, public relations, or communications, is preferred.

  • Possess outstanding interpersonal skills, great attention to detail and the ability to maintain composure under stressful situations.

  • Proficient in Microsoft Office suites

  • Some experience with Gateway and Raisers Edge is preferred, but not required.

Deadline to apply is March 31. 

Compensation is $10 per hour.

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Zoo Teen Naturalist Coordinator

The Zoo Teen Naturalists Coordinator is a seasonal position that will oversee the Zoo Teen volunteers in the Naturalist (Conservation Education) program. The season begins in June and ends in early August. The hourly rate for this position is $10 per hour.​

Job Responsibilities

  • Create daily schedule for Zoo Teen Naturalists program

  • Daily mentoring and coaching

  • Assessment of the Zoo Teen Naturalists program​

Working Conditions

  • Must be willing to work outside, in all weather conditions

  • Must have the physical stamina to stand and walk for long periods of time

  • Must be willing to work flexible hours; schedule will typically be Monday-Friday 8:30am-4pm (approximately 37.5 hours per week)​

Qualifications

  • A high school diploma or GED is required; post-secondary education is preferred

  • Extraordinary aptitude for dealing with people aged 13 to 19

  • Past experience in formal or informal education environments

  • Possess a commitment to conservation

  • Excellent interpersonal and public speaking skills with the ability to work under pressure in a public setting

  • Electronic media/technology experience

  • Strong organizational and problem solving skills

  • Excellent oral communication skills and writing ability

  • Demonstrated ability to communicate ideas verbally and in writing

  • Ability to multi-task, handle stressful situations and constant deadline pressures

  • Ability to work independently with minimal supervision

  • Ability to assess situations and use good procedure/judgement and follow through​

Deadline to apply is March 24.
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Additional Application Requirements

All applicants must meet the following requirements:​

  • ​When applying, please include the job title as stated above in the "position desired" section of the application.

  • Employment is contingent upon the successful completion of a limited criminal background check, a drug test and pre-employment training on child protection.

  • Some positions require the successful completion of a driving record check.

  • Employees must adhere to our grooming standards (No visible tattoos on the face or neck. Other visible tattoos may not contain offensive or derogatory images or language. No visible piercings, no tongue piercings, no ear gages, etc.)

  • The Indianapolis Zoo is a drug free/smoke free environment.

  • The Indianapolis Zoo is an Equal Opportunity Employer.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​