Sunday, April 16, 2017

Farm Manager wanted Saudi Arabia


Farm Manager wanted Saudi Arabia

( Game Breeding Farm, African Wildlife/ Bird breeding farm ) Prefer someone with 8 to 10 yrs Safari Park experience, South Africa or African countries.

Is responsible for the day to day management of a team of permanent staff. Ensuring the highest standards of welfare, husbandry and staff safety. The successful applicant will also have extensive experience in the capture, restraint, quarantine and transport of animals and be expected to ensure the accurate maintenance of all animal records and departmental administration. You'll be looking after breeding farms of game and wildlife such as Zebra, springbok, giraffe. A bird farm for breeding of Macaw, African Grey parrot to name a few of many breeds that you'll be required to look after and manage.

The successful applicant will also be expected to have a comprehensive grasp of the commercial constraints under which the farms operate and support other senior managers in furthering the farms commercial aims.

In this senior management role, the manager will be expected to liaise with other senior management in the delivery of the farms obligations under licensing and other statutory requirements, as well as its aims in collection planning/management including the design and modification of enclosures, dietary plans, health surveillance, biosecurity, and the development and implementation of research projects.
This is a permanent position with a start date as soon as is possible. Salary is dependent on qualifications and experience.

This is an isolated farm as are other farms you will be looking after. Nice farm house, vehicle, medical included in package. Must be used to remote living and working with different nationalities. Would suit a single male, possible couple if wife is in similar field, example a veterinarian or experience in wildlife too.


Please send cv and covering letter to africanzoos@hotmail.com


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Peter Dickinson
Independent International Zoo Consultant
      

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