A sanctuary in the heart of Stanley Park, the Vancouver Aquarium, an Ocean Wise ® initiative, is home to thousands of incredible ocean species and amazing aquatic life. It’s also Ocean Wise headquarters, where our scientists, educators and conservation experts do their work, not only to protect our oceans but to inspire others to join us in our mission. Since opening in 1956, the Vancouver Aquarium has connected more than 40 million people from around the world to our oceans and all the wonders within them. Join our team and make a real difference.
Ocean Wise employs over 500 people in more than 200 different positions across the country, with various full, part-time and casual opportunities available throughout the year. We are an equal opportunity employer and invite all qualified applicants to join us in connecting our visitors to the natural world.
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Get inspired to work here! Browse through some inspiring stories of Ocean Wise employees and their unique jobs. Ours is a team of 500 conservationists in more than 200 unique positions that make up full-, part-time and casual opportunities and we invite you to consider joining our award-winning team.
A Great Work Environment
When you work on site at the the Vancouver Aquarium, an Ocean Wise initiative, you have many unique opportunities. See the otters play as you begin your workday, walk the seawall on your lunch break and participate in Yoga or Pilates classes overlooking the ocean.
The Vancouver Aquarium is pleased to provide a smoke free work environment effective September 1, 2010. In support of the city’s goal to become the "Greenest City", Vancouver’s by-law prohibits smoking in all areas of Stanley Park including beaches, golf courses, playgrounds, sports fields, trails, seawall, business and attractions, and parking lots that are within the boundaries of a park.
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