Staff Vacancies

Wildlife Animal Care Assistant 

Due to our forever expanding wildlife unit PACT is looking to add a new team member to our existing team. This is a varied role to help care for, rescue and rehabilitate all British wildlife. Although duties are to include general day to day animal care, we require an experienced hard working and compassionate individual, with knowledge and experience of our native wildlife, the ability to give critical care and use hand rearing skills, as these are a major part of this role. Due to the nature of the work during the summer months (May to September) the role is shift based to include early mornings and late evenings, the rest of the year is a 9-5 based role. This is a full time permanent position. We operate a two week rolling rota which includes alternate weekend work. Full driving licence is required. Starting rate of pay is minimum wage.

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Volunteer On-Call

Are you a wildlife lover?
Do you live within a reasonable distance from our sanctuary and able to offer your services?
We are in desperate need of a volunteer to run our on-call at the weekends.
You will be required to answer our on-call emergency phone, collected injured wildlife and bring them to the sanctuary where our dedicated wildlife team can take over care for the animal.
On-call can range from extremely quiet to extremely busy, please consider the phone will ring at any time from early evening - early in the morning. You'll need to be ready to jump into action to help injured animals and get them into the sanctuary as quickly and as safely as possible.

Hours will be from 5pm to 10pm, but in some cases emergencies may happen outside of these times.

This is weekend only, volunteer position, but qualified staff will be available to give extra advice.
If you can help please email us at
Experience with wildlife isn't necessary, training will be given.