National Aquarium In Baltimore

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Visitor Programs Senior Aide – new

National Aquarium In Baltimore Baltimore, MD

The Visitor Programs Senior Aide is an integral member of the Visitor Programs team providing support for the team in their mission of providing a… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Vice President of Individual Giving

National Aquarium In Baltimore Baltimore, MD

This position works closely and independently with institutional leadership including the President and CEO, members of the Board, programmatic vice… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Exhibit Builder

National Aquarium In Baltimore Baltimore, MD

Qualified candidates should be well versed in many light construction techniques such as wood & steel stud framing, steel reinforced concrete, wood… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Manager of Conservation Programs

National Aquarium In Baltimore Baltimore, MD

reports including detailed financial reporting, and (7) coordinating multiple programs. Essential Functions: •Develops and manages strategic… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Visitor Program Interpretive Aide

National Aquarium In Baltimore Baltimore, MD

for this position include enthusiastically engaging visitors in conversation, interpreting programming, live animals, exhibits and other educational… Glassdoor

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    A fun environment if you're a visitor -- an employee? Not so much.

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    Former Employee - Information Technology in Baltimore, MD
    Former Employee - Information Technology in Baltimore, MD

    I worked at National Aquarium In Baltimore part-time (more than an year)


    You get to see the animals all of the time. That's the only upside and thing to make you happy during the day.


    Lack of respect from the department leaders, CTO, and others. Lack of direction and wasteful spending. Mistreatment of workers. Compensation is a joke for the amount of work you do and there are too many rules and regulations. I imagine it would be better as a conservationist dealing with animals but their IT department is a disaster.

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    Fire the CTO. He has a total disrepect for employees and potential employees. He will single handedly run the company the to ground with his poor attitude.

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