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Seattle, WA
United States

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Registrar (part and full time)

  • Posted: Open to internal and external applicants.
  • Reports to: School and public programs manager.
  • Position 1: Full-time, hourly, benefitted position, 40 hours per week, Monday–Friday, 8am–5pm, with occasional need for evening or weekend hours based on programming and events schedule.
  • Position 2: Part-time, hourly, benefitted position, 30 hours per week, Tuesday–Friday, 8am–5pm, with occasional need for evening or weekend hours based on programming and events schedule.
  • Date needed: May 2022.
  • Posting expires: Open until filled; preference given to applications received by March 23.


Position description:
We are looking for two registrars to join the Seattle Aquarium’s school and public programs team! We are hiring one full-time position (up to 40 hours/week) and one part time (up to 30 hours/week). The registrar furthers the mission of the Seattle Aquarium, Inspiring Conservation of Our Marine Environment, by facilitating registration of our programs and events as well as disseminating reports and relevant information to internal departments. This is done by providing excellent customer service to both internal and external customers, including schools, groups and/or families wishing to participate in various on-site and outreach programs. Responsibilities of this position include but are not limited to clear and concise communication about programming to potential customers, expediting incoming registrations and requests, and ensuring that the information is accurate and reported to appropriate departments. This position supports the school group and program experiences through planning, registration and day-of greeting.
The Seattle Aquarium aims to be inclusive and welcoming to all and believes that our audience should reflect the diversity of our region. The registrar position supports programming essential to the mission of the Seattle Aquarium which brings all members of our community closer to the marine world.

To read the full job posting, minimum requirements and to apply, visit our website at

Pay and benefits: $21.15 - $23.30/hour ($44,000 - $48,500/year), D.O.E. Please include pay expectations in your materials. Full-time staff are eligible for Seattle Aquarium’s comprehensive benefits package to include medical, vision, dental, employer-funded health reimbursement account, medical and dependent care flexible spending accounts, life insurance, long-term disability, 403b retirement fund with employer match, access to a subsidized ORCA pass, a Family Plus membership and generous paid time off. Part-time staff are eligible for the Seattle Aquarium’s part-time benefits package to include medical, vision, employer-funded health reimbursement account, flexible spending account, a Family Plus membership and access to a subsidized ORCA pass, as well as paid sick time.

How to apply: The Seattle Aquarium is a progressive, equal-opportunity employer that values a diverse workforce. One of our core values is fostering an inclusive community, and we want our staff to reflect our community. To that end, we encourage diverse candidates to apply, including but not limited to Black, Indigenous and People of Color applicants and members of the LGBTQIA+ community. Interested candidates should upload a résumé to our online application in order to be considered. Application review will begin immediately. Please let us know if you require a reasonable accommodation to apply for this job by emailing us at

Note: Must pass a background check, upon job offer, to be eligible for this position.

About the organization:
The Seattle Aquarium is a respected authority on Puget Sound, the Salish Sea and the world’s one ocean. Our passionate staff increases awareness and drives the change needed to preserve and protect our marine environment through a variety of channels, including a compelling habitat experience and engaging daytime and evening events, conservation education programs for people of all ages and backgrounds, community outreach to marginalized populations, research that advances understanding of animals in our care and their counterparts in the wild, advocacy and policy work, an award-winning volunteer program, strong and consistent marketing efforts and more. We’re noted for our collaborative, communicative and team-oriented working environment. Our values, developed in conjunction with our staff, include commitments to adopting and promoting sustainable practices, creating awe-inspiring experiences, constantly learning and improving, fostering an inclusive community, maintaining scientific credibility through evidence-based practices, and honoring our unique place by using our location and history as a lens for larger understanding. Proudly accredited by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums, we’re the eighth-largest aquarium in the U.S. by attendance, and we welcome over 850,000 people through our front doors each year. Guided by our mission of Inspiring Conservation of Our Marine Environment, we’ve developed a master plan to substantially increase in size and impact by opening a new habitat building, the Ocean Pavilion. Our current annual budget is $20 million.

*Regarding COVID-19:
Open daily, the Aquarium prioritizes health and safety for our staff and visitors, embracing science to guide our operations. Staff are required to wear face masks while working on-site and maintain physical distance during work hours. In addition, we maintain high standards of cleanliness and all high-touch surfaces (like windows, railings, restrooms and elevators) are continuously cleaned. In alignment with King County’s current COVID 19 vaccine health order, all Aquarium staff and volunteers must provide proof of vaccination or approved medical or religious exemption by date of hire. If you have questions about this policy or for information regarding the exemption process, please contact the Human Resources department at

We anticipate the following recruiting schedule for those candidates who are selected for
consideration. The following dates are preliminary and subject to change. We will work with
candidates to set interviews that work for all involved. If hired, relocation assistance is not

  • Application deadline: open until filled.
  • Preference given to applications received by March 23.
  • Interviews (two rounds), using Zoom and in person: complete by mid-April.
  • Start date: May 2022, ideally.

How to Apply:

To read the full job posting, minimum requirements and to apply, visit our website at