With corridors shimmering in watery blue and curious creatures wherever you turn, our SEA LIFE attractions can sometimes make you feel like you’re on another planet. Creating that kind of experience isn’t easy. It takes the dedication and expertise of many different kinds of people, all of them working hard to keep our animals (and visitors) happy and safe.

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FUN facts

  • More than 20 million guests visit a SEA LIFE attraction every year

  • We care for over 180,000 creatures in more than 50 attractions around the world

  • At SEA LIFE London, we grow our own coral to raise awareness of how it should be cared for

  • We have the world’s largest community of marine experts

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It takes all kinds of people front of house and behind the scenes to create the magical experiences SEA LIFE is famous for. From outgoing guides to meticulous curators. From dedicated managers to some of the best marine experts around.

Our Roles

Technicians

Our Technical Support teams are vital to ensuring the safety and well-being of the creatures in our care. 

We look for people who are educated to A level or HNC/HND/BA in a relevant area (Electrical, Mechanical, Facility Maintenance, Technical Theatre) or similar, coupled with experience maintaining a wide range of equipment.

Aquarists

Aquarists are responsible for the care of our wonderful creatures. From feeding and well-being checks, to educating colleagues and members of the public - this is a varied role perfect for someone passionate about marine life and conservation.