Vice President of Waterparks & Aquarium - Asia We have an exclusive agreement with one of our top clients in Asia to recruit for a senior Vice President of Waterparks & Aquarium to help with expansion of one of Asia's largest attractions.
This person will report to the COO. Please review the responsibilities, expectations and requirements for this exciting role in Asia. Responsibilities :
Operate a state of the art Aquarium that is home to more than 100,000 marine animals of over 1,000 species, as well as champion the well-being of most fascinating marine mammals.
Lead and direct all operational aspects of the iconic attractions including animal health, curatorial, education, conservation and exhibit development.
Manage a diverse collection of marine animals, acquisitions, husbandry, animal exhibits and associated programmes and contents.
Collaborate with expansion of aquarium that will see more than three times expansion of its current size.
Foster partnerships with like-minded organizations, facilities and communities to drive research projects that are aligned with the goals of facility
Generate creative content and teaching aids to promote and educate young generation about marine conservation.
Uphold the highest standards of veterinary care that aligned with Association of Zoos & Aquariums (AZA) and World Association of Zoos & Aquariums (WAZA)
Supervise and develop a highly motivated and effective team of supervisors, managers and team members.
Ensure compliance with company policies, business processes and all applicable health, safety and risk management practices as well as governing regulations.
Evaluate competitive business and market landscapes, and work with the cross-functional teams to identify commercial opportunities and make strategic decisions that will create value, maximize revenue and generate sustainable growth. Requirements :
Degree in biological / marine / environmental sciences, business, hospitality management, or relevant discipline.
Minimum 15 years of experience in an aquarium or zoological facility, with 8 years at management level.
Strong understanding of international animal welfare standards and well connected with the zoological and aquarium institutions.
Strong interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills, including presentation skills, and ability to communicate clearly, concisely and persuasively with a wide range of diverse personnel.
Business-oriented mindset, with the ability to balance commercial and operations in decision making.
Able to handle multiple priorities simultaneously and meet dynamic demands.
Resilient, adaptable and able to work through issues and provide solutions in a challenging and fast paced environment Salary Package : Highly competitive ex-pat family package with accommodation and relocation allowance plus all company benefits If you qualify for this unique opportunity please send your resume and qualifications to Sylvia Menezes, Director of Worldwide Please email me at