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The Oklahoma City Zoological Park is looking for a knowledgeable, enthusiastic, and motivated individual who will, under general supervision, perform a variety of administrative support work for the Education Department. The ideal candidate must have ability to establish and maintain positive working relationships with Zoo employees at all levels and the general public. This individual must also possess excellent communication, organizational, and time-management skills, customer service practices, and telephone etiquette. Requirements: Experience equivalent to two years full time administrative support work, plus at least one year of customer service experience; OR completion of a post-high school course/program in Office Practices, Business, or closely related area may substitute for one year of the required administrative support experience. Must obtain a valid Oklahoma motor vehicle operator’s license (within thirty days of hire) and pass a driver’s history check to be eligible to operate Zoo vehicles. Successful completion of a pre-employment background check, a physical examination, and a drug test.

The minimum salary is $13.08 per hour with excellent benefits. Send resumes by September 17, 2013 to: Loretta Canon, Human Resources Department, Oklahoma City Zoological Park, 2101 NE 50th Street, Oklahoma City, OK 73111 or FAX to: 405-425-0207 or email [email protected] (4:30 PM if faxed, emailed, or hand-delivered). The Oklahoma City Zoo has a Smoke-Free Environment, is a Drug-Free Workplace, and is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


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