When the animals are kept away from their natural habitat, like in a zoo, they take some time to get adapted to the new environment there. This transition is many times painful and difficult for the animals. At such times, a zoo keeper helps them get settled. The zoo keeper needs to have an extensive knowledge about the animal world, more important, he needs to be conversant with the specific habits and demands of each animal, which might be quite unique for each species. This applicant seems to have the necessary experience and education for dealing with animals. We hope this sample provides you with the required guidance for being able to write your own resume.
12, East 67 Street,
Hartford, Maryland, 03845,
(373)-491 0624 Objective:
To obtain a respective position as a zoo keeper.
Birmingham Zoo, Hartford, Maryland 2004-present
Responsibilities as a zoo keeper include provide animal care, maintenance of the cleanliness of animals, training and monitor animal's health. Prepare diet of the animals and distribute it directly to the animals. Ensure the routine and behavior carefully. Keep track records of the animals which are assigned. Observe condition of the assigned areas, equipment and enclosure.
Echo Zoology Society, Georgetown, Colorado 2001-2004
Responsibilities include observe the assigned areas, cleanliness and animal's daily routine. Prepare their food and feed them. Inform the unnatural behavior or routine or any unusual nature to the supervisor.
University of New York, New York
Bachelor of Science in Zoology
Mr. George Henderson
Birmingham Zoo, Hartford, Maryland