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Africa Alive! starts new season recruitment drive

PUBLISHED: 09:55 22 January 2018 | UPDATED: 09:55 22 January 2018

Giraffes at Africa Alive. Picture: LUCY TAYLOR/ARCHANT LIBRARY

Giraffes at Africa Alive. Picture: LUCY TAYLOR/ARCHANT LIBRARY

A wildlife park near Lowestoft has started its annual recruitment drive ahead of its busy 2018 season.

Africa Alive is looking for new staff. Picture: LUCY TAYLOR Africa Alive is looking for new staff. Picture: LUCY TAYLOR

Sadly no jobs with the animals are on offer, but applicants to Africa Alive! could be undertaking a range of jobs including manning gift shops and driving the Safari Roadtrain which takes visitors around the park.

Other teams at the Kessingland zoo opening their door to applicants include the admissions, catering, activities, cleaning and guest services departments.

As well as being paid for their work, staff also receive discounts and free entry for themselves and their family to Africa Alive! and its sister park Banham Zoo, which is also looking to hire.

Full training will be provided to the successful applicants but those applying are expected to have a willingness to learn.

More information about the positions on offer, including application forms, can be found on the park’s website at www.africa-alive.co.uk

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