Work for SEA LIFE - Jobs & Vacancies at SEA LIFE Aquariums
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Are you an aspiring marine biologist, or do you just love marine creatures and want to share your amazing knowledge with our Guests?

SEA LIFE takes its visitors on a fascinating tour of freshwater and marine life, inspiring and educating the next generation to love and conserve our planet’s aquatic creatures. Our international network of Aquariums and Sanctuaries relies on an expert staff of outgoing Hosts, meticulous Curators, dedicated Management Executives and passionate Aquarists to make visiting SEA LIFE the wonderful family day out that it is.

 

 

 

At front of house and behind the scenes, you'll find experts in many fields, working hard to keep our animals and guests safe and happy. And at specific sites across the network, you’ll find specialist positions, like those with our Animal Welfare and Development team in Weymouth (UK), which deals with the organization and keeping of animals that come into our care.

 

There’s an ocean of opportunity at SEA LIFE, and there's every chance we'll have something that’s perfect for you. But we don't like people who go with the tides - we’re looking for individuals who strive for the best, hold onto a personal dream, and aren't afraid to swim upstream to get it!

 

For current vacancies at SEA LIFE Brighton visit our Merlin Entertainments Career site here

Due to Covid-19 restrictions we are not currently taking any work placements. 

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Covid-19 Update:

In line with updated advice from the UK Government, from the 14th September we encourage all guests to adhere to the latest guidance and not meet in groups of more than six people* to help protect themselves and each other when visiting our attraction.
As a COVID-19 Secure venue we can still host larger numbers in total but groups of up to 6 must not mix or form larger groups. We will continue to monitor Government guidance closely.
*Government exemptions are outlined here