Working with us

Avon Valley Adventure and Wildlife Park is a family-run tourist attraction based between Bath and Bristol. Located just off the A4 with a regular bus service running nearby.  The Park offers great opportunities to expand your skill set and a really friendly and fun team to work alongside.

Park Rangers 

We are currently looking for Park Rangers to provide the best family day out experience, with family-friendly activities and events .  You will be multifunctional throughout the park, duties will include supervising or operating play equipment, demonstrating craft activities, optimising park appearance and providing a helping hand wherever it is required. Shifts are available throughout the week.  We are looking for fun and energetic team members to assist in delivering a family focused day out to our visitors. Experience in and a passion to deliver excellent customer service essential.

Training will be provided.

Interested? Email your CV and covering letter to headranger@avonvalley.co.uk

Please note: you will only be contacted, and invited for interview, if your application has been successful.

Cafe Assistants 

Can you keep a positive outlook even when faced with a queue of hungry people? Do you have a passion for producing healthy, great tasting food? We are looking for enthusiastic Cafe Assistants to work in our Woodland Kitchen, a buzzing hive of activity serving fresh home-cooked food to visitors of Avon Valley Adventure and Wildlife Park.
Must be good at working under the pressures of a busy kitchen, serving customers with great customer service skills.
Experience of working in a kitchen environment is preferred but not necessary.

Training will be provided.

Interested? Email your CV and covering letter to catering@avonvalley.co.uk

Please note: you will only be contacted, and invited for interview, if your application has been successful.

My role at Avon Valley is great fun, loads of variety and works around my degree and other commitments I have. No two days are ever the same!

- Myles