Zoologist/Wildlife Biologist CV Example


A biologist who specializes in the handling and study of non-domesticated, exotic and wild animals, the zoologist is indispensable in the management of any wildlife preserve or zoo, whether as a park or natural conservatory as well as in laboratory research facilities for treating exotic and rare animal diseases.  Compared to a veterinarian and his staff, the zoologist often spends more time in the field conducting wildlife research.

Zoologist/Wildlife Biologist CV Example

John F. Stauton

Park Row, Leeds, England

Phone: 0113-198-3454

stautonj@ycmail.com

Objective

I would like to join your team as a laboratory research zoologist.  My almost 8 years in the care and study of wildlife in a large park has prepared me to undertake a more focused interest in conducting disciplined pharmaceutical research.

Career Experience/Job History

2006 – Present,  Assistant to the Zoologist, San Diego Zoo

  • Assist the chief zoologist in the Study the origins, behavior, diseases, genetics, and life processes of animals and wildlife.
  • Collect and analyze biological data to determine the environmental effects of present and potential use of land and water areas.
  • Specialize in African game animals hunted in safaris to complement fellow zoologist specializing in the animals of the South American Amazon jungles.
  • Conduct research on the origin, behavior, social interaction, and life cycle of organisms in a controlled and natural environment.

2002 – 2006:  Veterinary Assistant, San Diego Zoo

  • Assist the veterinarian in the care and management of zoo animals.
  • Prepare zoo animals for diagnoses and treatment

Education

2004 – 2006:  Master in Zoological Science, King’s College, London

1999 – 2002:  Bachelor of Science in Biology, University of Brighton, UK

Professional reference will be supplied upon request.

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