Wildlife Rehabilitation Resource

Wildlife Rehabilitation Ireland aims:

Wildlife Rehabilitation Ireland is an organisation promoting wildlife rehabilitation in Ireland

  • Promote wildlife rehabilitation
  • Encourage standardisation of care
  • Provide continuing professional development opportunities
  • Build an Irish Wildlife Rehabilitation & Teaching Hospital

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WRI is actively seeking a Wildlife Care Supervisor

WRI is actively seeking a wildlife care supervisor for our wildlife hospital in Mornington, Co. Meath, Ireland. We are seeking someone with experience managing a team of wildlife care volunteers, interns and students in medical treatment and care for all bird and land mammal species commonly found in Ireland. This is for a 9-month salaried contract with the possibility of extension. The job will include teaching and directing staff, liaising with vets, critical care, examinations, wound care, physical therapy, feeding plans, and species-specific husbandry, among other responsibilities.

Job title: Wildlife Care Supervisor
Start Date: 1st June 2022
Location: WRI Wildlife Hospital, Mornington, Co Meath, A92 F2NF, Ireland
Reports to: Hospital Manager
Supervises: Wildlife interns and volunteers
Hours: 40 hours per week
Salary: €25,000 – €30,000
Contract: 9 Month Contract, with the possibility of extension
Apply: Send application form, CV and covering letter to chairperson@wri.ie before 24th May 2022



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