Career Opportunities

You know you’re working at an interesting place when you can say hello to harbor seals every morning and where sea turtles follow you as you walk by their habitat! When you join The Maritime Aquarium team, you'll have fun at work as you help us provide the ultimate entertaining, educational and inspiring experience for our visitors.

Browse the listings below and match your abilities, interests and hours to our available positions. Our full-time positions offer an excellent benefits package.

The Maritime Aquarium is an (E.O.E) equal opportunity employer.

The Maritime Aquarium conducts background investigations on all candidates for paid staff and volunteer positions, which may include but are not limited to the following:

  • Employment Verification
  • Criminal Records Search
  • Social Security Number Trace
  • Driving History

Due to the nature of certain positions, The Maritime Aquarium may perform additional checks as required.

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Current Job Openings

Associate Director of Finance | Full Time

The Maritime Aquarium at Norwalk, Inc. seeks an Associate Director of Finance to manage and execute financial operations and controls during a uniquely important time in its 33 year history. In addition to addressing the immediate financial challenges due to COVID-19, the Aquarium is currently undertaking major capital projects, and further is envisioning significant expansion of its programs.

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Cashier/Usher/Receptionist/Barista | Part Time

Essential Job Functions

This position requires the ability to stand or sit for several hours at a time. Must be personable, customer-service oriented, and have a strong command of the English language with a clear speaking voice. Must have a passion for exceptional customer service.  

Minimum Qualifications
  • Previous experience in guest service preferred.   

  • High School diploma 

  • Enthusiastic, friendly, outgoing and engaging.  

  • Strong command of the English language, both written and verbal.   

  • Excellent communication skills.   

  • Comfortable interacting with large crowds.   

  • Commitment to high guest service standards.  

  • Proficiency in a second language is a plus.   

  • Ability to work weekends, holidays and occasional evenings.   

  • Required to wear a uniform and follow departmental dress code.   

  • Preferred open availability.   

Essential Job Functions

All staff in this position will be cross-trained.  

  • Cashier/Usher/Receptionist
    • Computer literate.    
    • Responsible for execution of tickets sales, membership sales, refunds, and communicating pricing and program information to our guests.    
    • Makes minor decisions regarding crowd control and individual guest concerns.  
    • Ability to enforce current CDC Guidelines with each guest   
    • Able to maintain a positive attitude dealing with both guests and staff.   
    • Ability to communicate effectively with guests and staff.  
    • Responsible for having a balanced register.   
    • Greets buses and gives welcome speech on bus and in lunchroom.    
    • Interacts in a welcoming manner.  
    • Able to manage lunchroom schedule in a punctual manner.    
  • 4-D Theater Operator   
    • Determine if guests are at the proper movie showing.  
    • Seat guests according to current CDC and capacity guidelines.  
    • Load and prep digital movies.  
    • Remain in the theater to monitor guests throughout each movie.  
    • Wipe and sanitize seats between showings within 5-8 minutes.  
    • Recognize and report technical issues or malfunctions to management.  
    • Sanitize and wipe clean large quantities 3-D Glasses for use the next day.  
    • Properly follow deep cleaning guides for end of day procedures.  
  • Receptionist
    • All Guest Services staff will be required to cover the position of receptionist from time to time.   
    • Friendly and professional tone needed.  
    • Ability to learn and convey basic information, including pricing, membership and upcoming events. 
    • Ability to direct guests to specific exhibits when asked and know the layout of the The Maritime Aquarium.  
  • Sound Bites Café Barista
    • Able to quickly and accurately construct coffee drinks following Starbucks Recipe Guides.  
    • Ability to consistently take orders and communicate clearly to other staff members.  
    • Dispense and serve ice cream per order standards.  
    • Utilize Point of Sales system quickly and efficiently.  
    • Manage a balanced register.  
    • Ability to lift inventory of 10 – 20 pounds.  
    • Restock snacks and drink as needed between orders.  
    • Clean Café during shift and during close down procedures.  

 This job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities of the employee for this job.  Duties, responsibilities and activities may change at any time with or without notice.  

The Maritime Aquarium is an equal opportunity employer with a commitment to diversity. All individuals, regardless of personal characteristics, are encouraged to apply.   

Please provide a Maritime Aquarium application (available as a PDF above), cover letter and resume to: rlombardi@maritimeaquarium.org.  Please put Cashier in the subject line of your e-mail.  

Development Associate | Full Time

The Maritime Aquarium at Norwalk, Inc. seeks a full time Development Associate, reporting to the Associate Director of Development.

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Director of Conservation and Policy | Full Time

The Maritime Aquarium at Norwalk, Inc. seeks a Director of Conservation and Policy to lead the design, creation and execution of a comprehensive, impactful conservation and policy department for the Aquarium.

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Director of Marketing and Communications | Full Time

The Maritime Aquarium at Norwalk, Inc. seeks a Director of Marketing and Communications to play a central role in the overall success of the Aquarium, with the responsibility of promoting the awareness and elevating the profile of the Aquarium, bringing attention to its mission, exhibits, programs, and activities, and thereby serving to fulfill the Aquarium’s ambitious goals and vision. 

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Dive Safety Officer | Full Time

ORGANIZATION BACKGROUND   

The mission of the Aquarium is to inspire people of all ages to appreciate Long Island Sound, its ecosystem and the global environment through living exhibits, marine science and environmental education. For more than 33 years, the Aquarium has played a significant role in shaping the landscape of Norwalk and the region. The second largest family attraction in Connecticut, and 50 miles from New York City, the Aquarium hosts nearly 500,000 guests annually. Its primary exhibits take guests on a voyage from the shallow salt marshes and estuaries to the depths of the Long Island Sound and the ocean beyond, culminating with habitats for sharks and harbor seals. Altogether, the Aquarium is home to more than 7,000 animals and 300 species in 75 exhibits. A 4D Theater offers a unique sensory film experience for guests.   

Its education programs introduce approximately 80,000 students, campers and scouts to marine and STEM education. The Aquarium is recognized as a top aquarium in the nation, and is accredited by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums. It is an active participant in the local and regional community. The strength of the Aquarium is its 60 full-time staff, and part-time and seasonal staff, in addition to nearly 300 volunteers, which contribute 28,000 hours annually.  

While the pandemic challenged the Aquarium in profound ways, the team’s resilience and creativity led to new ways to connect with the community, and renewed optimism for the future.    

The Dive Safety Officer (DSO), working within the animal husbandry team and reporting to the Associate Director of Animal Husbandry, is responsible for the coordination and management of volunteer and staff SCUBA dive operations and training.  The position will also be responsible for creating dive schedules, conducting safety drills, and ensuring compliance with all applicable OSHA, AAUS, and AZA regulations/standards for aquarium and scientific diving.  The DSO will manage and coordinate the volunteer dive team, planning volunteer dives, and ensuring credentials and medical requirements are kept up to date. 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS 
  • Four (4) year degree in the biological sciences or similar discipline preferred. 

  • Minimum two (2) years’ experience in a public aquarium husbandry or dive operations position, or relevant experience from a comparable setting (university or similar). 

  • Must hold a valid certification as an open-water SCUBA instructor for a nationally recognized training agency (GUE, PADI, NAUI, IDEA, SSI, et al.). 

  • General knowledge of computer databases and Microsoft office suite. 

  • Strong command of the English language, both written and verbal. 

  • Able to lift a minimum of sixty (60) pounds. 

  • Able to negotiate various field conditions. 

  • Able to work standing up for extended periods of time. 

  • Valid driver’s license required. 

  • Valid SCUBA instructor certification with the ability to teach open-water, advanced open-water, rescue diver, first aid/CPR/AED, and oxygen provider classes. 

  • Ability to work weekends, holidays, days closed due to inclement weather, and to travel for extended periods of time to perform collecting and other duties. 

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS 
  • Schedule volunteer and staff divers for maintenance of exhibits and dive presentations  

  • Serve as Chairperson of the Dive Control Board (DCB) and serve on the general Safety Committee. 

  • Maintain TMA SCUBA equipment including, but not limited to compressors, regulators, cylinders, full-face masks, buoyancy compensators, wetsuits, drysuits, et cetera. 

  • Maintain membership in the Association of Dive Program Administrators (ADPA) 

  • Ensure that air samples are regularly taken from the air compressor and sent out to ensure occupational safety. 

  • Coordinate with boat captains, vessel staff, husbandry supervisors, and the conservation and science teams on field collection activities. 

  • Other duties as assigned, including but not limited to field collections, research activities, animal husbandry assistance, animal transports, educational presentations, dive volunteer recruiting, et cetera. 

 

This job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job.  Duties, responsibilities and activities may change at any time with or without notice.  

The Maritime Aquarium at Norwalk is an equal opportunity employer with a commitment to diversity.  All individuals, regardless of personal characteristics, are encourage to apply. 

Please provide a cover letter and resume to rstein@maritimeaquarium.org and to rlombardi@maritimeaquarium.org and put DSO  in your subject line. 

Grant Manager | Full Time

The Maritime Aquarium at Norwalk, Inc.  seeks a full time Grant Manager, reporting to the Development Director. 

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Guest Services Assistant Manager | Full Time

Minimum Qualifications
  • High School diploma 
  • Five years of customer service and staff training experience.   
  • Strong supervisory skills, strong computer skills, effective communication skills and ability to interact with all levels within the organization, our guests and members.  This position requires one weekend day a week and holidays.  May be required to wear a uniform. 
Responsibilities
  • Manages Guest Services staff including 4D theater staff, Sound Bites Cafe staff and part time supervisors.   

  • Effectively manages all aspects of admissions and cash room procedures.   

  • Creates and maintains various reports pertinent to admission and concessions.   

  • Elevates guest experience expectations and facilitates growth. 

  • Establishes and implements cash management and loss prevention procedures for Guest Services and Sound Bites Cafe 

  • Identify and develop operational procedures for Guest Services department as needed. 

  • Train and motivate team to achieve membership goals. 

  • Create and maintain training manuals as needed.  

  • Ability to recruit, retain, motivate and develop competent staff.  

  • Responsible for all aspects of training a well-rounded staff that meets and exceeds department expectations. 

  • Assist in managing and controlling inventory at the Sound Bites Café 

  • Assist in maintaining food safety standards at the Sound Bites Cafe 

  • Able to identify overcrowding issues and effectively re-design a system, resulting in an organized process that significantly improves the visitor experience.  

  • Work together with other departments to support the Aquarium’s mission. 

  • Creates a welcoming environment where employees feel appreciated. 

  • Assist in the hiring process as needed 

  • Conduct performance related conversations as needed.   

  • Must be able to move quickly from one part of the facility to another 

Essential Job Functions

This position must have experience in successfully managing others, effectively driving results, training and coaching of direct reports and a positive attitude with a willingness to grow.    The Assistant Manager will provide support and assistance to the department manager, supervisors and staff and must be able to lead the team independently.  Strong problem solving skills and ability to elevate the guest experience a must. 

 

This job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job.  Duties, responsibilities and activities may change at any time with or without notice. 

 

The Maritime Aquarium is an equal opportunity employer with a commitment to diversity. All individuals, regardless of personal characteristics, are encouraged to apply.  

Please provide cover letter, resume and TMA application (available as a P.D.F. above) to rlombardi@maritimeaquarium.org.  Please put Assistant Manager in your subject line.  

Exhibit Graphics Specialist | Full Time

The Maritime Aquarium at Norwalk, Inc. seeks an Exhibit Graphics Specialist to participate in the design, planning, construction and maintenance of exhibits throughout the Aquarium and coordinate with various departments on thematic and interpretive aspects of exhibits, including graphics and signage.

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Implementation Project Manager for CRM Database Transition | Consultant

The Maritime Aquarium at Norwalk, Inc.  seeks an Implementation Project Manager to oversee the transition of its Customer Relationship Management (CRM) database to a new platform. This consultancy will be time-bound, November 2021 - May 2022, and report to the Director of Development. 

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Mate/Relief Captain | Full Time

The Maritime Aquarium at Norwalk seeks a  full time Mate/Relief Captain to assist the Associate Director for Vessel Operations (ADVO) in the safe and timely operation of The Maritime Aquarium’s (TMA) vessels. This position also provides support to staff and passengers during onboard programs for schools, the public and other private charter groups.  

ORGANIZATION BACKGROUND 

The Maritime Aquarium’s mission is to inspire people of all ages to appreciate and protect the Long Island Sound ecosystem and the global environment through living exhibits, marine science, and environmental education. For over 33 years, the Aquarium has played a significant role in shaping the landscape of Norwalk and the region. The second largest family attraction in Connecticut, and 50 miles from New York City, the Aquarium hosts about 450,000 guests annually. A 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, the Aquarium has an annual operating budget of $13 million, of which approximately $10 million is through admissions and other earned income, and the remainder through charitable donations and grants. 

Its primary exhibits take guests on a voyage from the shallow salt marshes to the depths of the Long Island Sound and the ocean beyond, culminating with habitats for sharks and harbor seals. Altogether, the Aquarium is home to more than 7,000 animals and 300 species in 75 exhibits.  A new 4D Theater offers a unique sensory film experience for guests. Its nationally recognized and award-winning education programs introduce approximately 80,000 students and children to marine and STEM education. The Aquarium is recognized as a top aquarium in the nation, and is accredited by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums. It is an active participant in the local and regional community. The strength of the Aquarium is its 60 full-time staff, and part-time and seasonal staff, in addition to nearly 300 volunteers who contribute 28,000 hours annually.  

Minimum Qualifications
  • US Coast Guard Master’s license (50T or above).  

  • Knowledge of and experience maintaining mechanical and electrical systems found in a maritime environment.  Able to adapt to new technologies. 

  • Ability to lift/carry in excess of 75 lbs. of vessel gear, haul fishing and research gear, and other physical activities required to operate marine vessels. 

  • Ability to stand for long periods; enter small spaces; ascend and descend ladders/steps; perform mechanical functions while crouching, crawling, bending, etc. 

  • Ability to handle emergencies by reacting quickly and professionally.   

  • Ability to pass the requirements for Red Cross Certifications in First Aid, CPR & AED. 

  • Knowledge of USCG Rules of the Road and other USCG regulations. 

  • Excellent interpersonal skills necessary for interacting successfully with the public, all levels of Aquarium staff and volunteers. 

  • Understanding of safety requirements aboard a vessel carrying passengers and conducting research activities with gear in the water. 

  • Ability to participate in USCG (United States Coast Guard) mandatory chemical testing as required by regulations. 

  • Ability to work weekends and occasional evenings 

Essential Functions
  • Assists the Associate Director of Vessel Operations (ADVO) in the successful operation the R/V Spirit of the Sound and other TMA vessels through sound maritime maintenance practices of all mechanical and electrical systems. 

  • Assists in the operation of TMA vessels on inland waterways in accordance with current federal and state regulations for the safety and enjoyment of passengers.  

  • Has primary responsibility for safe handling of vessel lines while vessels are docking and leaving dock 

  • Ensures the safe and correct deployment and retrieval of gear on the back deck. 

  • Interacts and communicates with educators (vessel crew) and other staff in a professional manner and in accordance with TMA mission. Assists Captain in supervision of vessel crew as needed. 

  • Supports delivery of the Aquarium’s shipboard education programs. 

  • Reports and documents all non-routine operations such as catching debris in nets, incidents with passengers, other vessels in harbor and weather incidents. 

  • Assists the Captain with the safety of the vessel and ensures that crew has secured lines, shore power and security locks, and completes daily ships logs. 

  • Help ensure captains/crew compliance with relevant USCG and TMA regulations and operational guidelines. 

 

This job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job.  Duties, responsibilities and activities may change at any time with or without notice. 

TO APPLY 

Please send a cover letter, resume  and salary requirements to Rosemarie Lombardi at rlombardi@Maritimeaquarium.org, with Mate/Relief Captain in the subject line of your email.  

 

The Maritime Aquarium is an equal opportunity employer with a commitment to diversity. All individuals, regardless of personal characteristics, are encouraged to apply. 

Senior Aquarist - Ambassador Animals | Full Time

The Senior Aquarist for Ambassador Animals is responsible for the reptile, amphibian, bird, and small mammal collection, as well as animal use in educational programming and public presentations. This position supervises a team of aquarists in their husbandry duties and will coordinate closely with veterinarians, life support staff, and other departments to ensure optimal care and welfare of these species. 

Minimum Qualifications 
  • Four-year degree (B.S. or B.A.) in biology, zoology, marine biology, or related field. 

  • Minimum of five years husbandry experience with reptiles, amphibians, small mammals and birds in a public aquarium, zoo, or museum setting.  Prior experience in an AZA Accredited facility preferred. 

  • Prior experience with program/ambassador animals used in public demonstrations. 

  • Advanced knowledge of the operation and maintenance of aquatic and terrestrial and life support systems, including experience with water quality testing. 

  • Strong command of the English language, both written and verbal. 

  • Able to lift a minimum of 60 pounds. 

  • Able to negotiate stairs, climb high obstacles and maneuver easily in various behind the scenes areas. 

  • Able to negotiate various field conditions. 

  • Able to work standing up for extended periods of time. 

  • Valid license required with a clean driving record. 

  • SCUBA certification and field collection experience preferred. 

Essential Job Functions 
  • Supervises a team of Aquarists, executing duties such as scheduling, performance assessments, and ordering department supplies. 

  • Oversees collection of reptiles, amphibians, small mammals and birds, including their husbandry, exhibit maintenance, and life support systems. 

  • Responsible for administering animal diets and maintaining inventory of dietary items and supplies including live and frozen animals, produce, and dietary supplements. 

  • Responsible for assessing animal condition, identifying diseases and administering treatments as prescribed by the veterinarian 

  • Coordinates with veterinarians to perform routine diagnostics (fecal flotations, chytrid screening, bloodwork, et cetera). 

  • Oversees the husbandry of all reptile, amphibian, small mammal and bird exhibits and enclosures as well as any fish that may be present within those exhibits. 

  • Trains staff (including educators, docents, and interns) on the proper handling of ambassador animals for public presentations. 

  • Keeps logs of animal use in public presentations and ensures adequate rotation of animals and sufficient rest periods. 

  • Maintains accurate records, and oversees behavioral management via conditioning and environmental enrichment as appropriate for various taxa. 

  • Works with SSP programs as applicable, oversees amphibian and reptile breeding. 

  • Assists in exhibit development and construction. 

  • Travel offsite for programs, presentations, and the accession/deaccession of animals 

  • Performs water quality analysis, and makes adjustments. 

  • Documents and communicates observations. 

  • Able to work weekends and holidays and travel for extended periods of time to perform collecting duties. 

  • Maintains a variety of collecting equipment. 

  • Performs other tasks as assigned. 

 

This job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job.  Duties, responsibilities and activities may change at any time with or without notice.  

Please provide cover letter, resume and TMA  application (available as a PDF above) to rstein@maritimeaquarium.org and rlombardi@maritimeaquarium.org.  Please put SA in your subject line. 

Sound Bites Cafe Barista | Part Time

The Maritime Aquarium at Norwalk seeks an experienced Barista to work part time in our Sound Bites Café.  

Minimum Qualifications
  • Previous Barista experience.     

  • High School diploma   

  • Enthusiastic, friendly, outgoing and engaging.    

  • Strong command of the English language.     

  • Excellent communication skills.     

  • Comfortable interacting with large crowds.     

  • Commitment to high guest service standards.    

  • Proficiency in a second language is a plus.     

  • Ability to work weekends, holidays and occasional evenings.     

  • Required to wear a uniform and follow departmental dress code.     

  • Preferred open availability.     

Essential Job Functions
  • Able to take orders and quickly and accurately construct coffee drinks following Starbucks Recipe Guides.   

  • Ability to communicate clearly with other staff members.   

  • Dispense and serve ice cream per order standards.   

  • Utilize Point of Sales system quickly and efficiently.   

  • Manage a balanced register.   

  • Ability to lift inventory of 10 – 20 pounds, stand for long periods of time and move quickly.  

  • Restock snacks and drink as needed between orders.   

  • Clean Café during shift and during close down procedures.   

  • Ability to learn the layout of The Maritime Aquarium and direct guests to specific exhibits.    

    

 This job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities of the employee for this job.  Duties, responsibilities and activities may change at any time with or without notice.    

The Maritime Aquarium is an equal opportunity employer with a commitment to diversity. All individuals, regardless of personal characteristics, are encouraged to apply.     

Please provide a Maritime Aquarium application (available as a P.D.F. above), cover letter and resume to: rlombardi@maritimeaquarium.org.  Please put Barista in the subject line of your e-mail.    

   

   

   

 

Spanish-Speaking Aquarium Educator | Part Time | $15.50/hour

The Maritime Aquarium’s Education Department leads programs and activities for people of all ages in classrooms at the Aquarium, at schools and beaches and events throughout the region, on our research vessel and on the Aquarium floor. This talented and knowledgeable team is seeking new members who are passionate about the natural world, education and aquariums. During the pandemic, many programs are taught virtually via Zoom and other online platforms. 

Candidates must be fluent in Spanish and able to teach programs on marine biology and related topics to a variety of Spanish-speaking audiences. Candidates also must be an upper level college student, or have an undergraduate degree, in a relevant field, and have strong public speaking skills and experience with children in an educational setting. 

Desired qualifications include: knowledge of marine biology and local fauna and a current driver’s license with a clean driving record. 

The Maritime Aquarium is an equal opportunity employer with a commitment to diversity. All individuals, regardless of personal characteristics, are encouraged to apply.  

Please provide a Maritime Aquarium application (available as a PDF above), cover letter and resume to: rlombardi@maritimeaquarium.org.  Please put SS Educator in subject line of your e-mail. 

Supervisor – Guest Services | Part Time

The part time Supervisor, working with minimal supervision, provides direct supervision, training and support for Cashiers, Receptionist, 4-D Theater and Sound Bites staff. 

Minimum Qualifications
  • High school diploma. 

  • 2 years supervisory experience in retail, banking, or other cashiering environment. 

  • Strong communication skills; excellent mathematical skills and attention to detail. 

  • Strong interpersonal skills. 

  • Able to move quickly and with ease through crowded public areas, up and down stairs. 

  • Able to work weekends and holidays. 

Essential Functions
  • Supervises and trains Cashiers, Receptionist, Ushers and Sound Bites staff in daily working environment. 

  • Ability to enforce CDC Guidelines of mask wearing and Social Distancing 

  • Assists Guest Services Management team in the preparation and distribution of daily schedules for staff. 

  • Assist in preparation and organization of Oyster Hall for group lunch storage and Lunch Room usage. 

  • Resolves problems for visitors and supports staff’s customer service decisions to resolve visitor problems in difficult situations, on an as needed basis. 

  • Supports staff in a troubleshooting capacity for Altru, 4D theater, and Sounds Bites equipment. 

  • Trains new staff and implements staff development programs, including role-playing with employees in groups and on an individual basis, to produce exceptional customer service standards. 

  • Reconciles daily sales and bank deposits. 

  • Conducts daily safe counts. 

  • Delivers change to cashiers, throughout the day. 

  • Able to cover cashier/usher/operator/Sound Bites positions as needed throughout facility. 

  • Attends and contributes to staff training and meetings as scheduled by Guest Services. 

  • Advises Manager of any staffing issues. 

  • Maintain clean and organized workstations.  

  • Maintain supplies, including wheelchairs, and stock daily at both entrances. 

  • Check that staff is at their post as scheduled, fill out the checklist, and monitor the performance of each position. 

  • Facilitate opening and closing procedures for all working areas (Sound Bites, Ticket Booth, 4-D Theater) and make sure checklists are adhered to 

  • Randomly check speeches at Sound Bites & 4D Theater, employee phone use, and listening for conservation asks by cashiers. 

  • Throughout the day check to see that counters and booths are clean and that all packages, FedEx receipts, and mail is picked up and delivered to appropriate departments by maintenance department.  

  • Check that  radios, and laptop are brought to the box office at the end of the shift. 

  • Make copies and organize daily group schedule the day before so that the floor staff is prepared in the morning. 

  • Assign shift posts; rotate between bus circle, cashiers, ushers and Sound Bites. 

  • Ability to reconcile nightly deposits, ensure drawer and safe balances, and all other closing abilities alone if need be. 

 

This job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities and activities may change at any time with or without notice. 

The Maritime Aquarium is an equal opportunity employer with a commitment to diversity. All individuals, regardless of personal characteristics, are encouraged to apply.  

Please provide a Maritime Aquarium application (available as a P.D.F. above), cover letter and resume to: rlombardi@maritimeaquarium.org.  Please put Part Time Supervisor in the subject line of your e-mail.  

Our Mission

Mission: The Maritime Aquarium inspires people of all ages to appreciate and protect the Long Island Sound ecosystem and the global environment through living exhibits, marine science, and environmental education.


Contact Us

Open Daily 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Phone: (203) 852-0700

10 North Water Street
Norwalk, CT 06854

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