When it opened in 1994, Night Safari was unique as the world`s first nighttime wildlife park and has since influenced the creation of nocturnal zoos in other parts of the world. Night Safari features more than 900 animals representing more than 100 species. Visitors board a rubber-tyred tram to see how nocturnal wildlife works in the hours after dark, when their behaviour is noticeably different from that of the day. The 30-minute tram ride passes through 35 acres and six different habitats. Hiking trails connect the safari, allowing guests to explore certain environments on foot. · General advice and coordination of legal advice that may arise within and between MWG entities. Mandai Wildlife Group is committed to biodiversity, contributes to cutting-edge wildlife research, develops innovative solutions to sustainably promote sustainable living, and works with conservation partners in Singapore and Southeast Asia. Mandai Global, a company that is part of the group, will build and operate new businesses rooted in creating positive outcomes for nature and wildlife. The design gives the illusion that there are no barriers between guests and wildlife.
In addition to the tram tour, there are multimedia night walks, adventure restaurants, and Rainforest Lumina. The park also focuses on breeding endangered species such as tigers, elephants, lions and others. Night Safari, operated by Wildlife Reserves Singapore, is now one of Singapore`s most visited tourist attractions with over 1 million annual visits. Night Safari was a revolutionary approach that offered guests something completely different from the traditional day zoo experience and a deeper understanding of nocturnal wildlife habitats and activities. · Law degree and professional qualifications in at least one common law system. · Legal support and business partnership for MWG special projects, such as the establishment of joint ventures and charitable funds. Reporting to the Vice President of the Legal Department, this function will serve the legal needs of operating company Wildlife Reserves Singapore ("WRS") (the parent company of Singapore Zoological Gardens, Night Safari, River Safari and The Jurong Bird Park), construction development company Mandai Park Development Pte Ltd ("MPD") and the parent company of WRS and MPD. Mandai Park Holdings Pte Ltd and other subsidiaries of the aforementioned companies as may be formed from time to time (collectively, the "Group").
Mandai Wildlife Group is the administrator of Mandai Wildlife Reserve, a unique wildlife and nature destination in Singapore that is home to world-renowned wildlife parks that connect visitors to the fascinating world of wildlife. The group is pursuing an exciting rejuvenation plan in Mandai Wildlife Reserve, adjacent to Singapore`s Central Catchment Nature Reserve, which will incorporate five wildlife parks with distinctive natural experiences, green public spaces and an eco-friendly resort. Wildlife Reserves Singapore (WRS) is the holding company for the award-winning attractions Jurong Bird Park, Night Safari, River Safari and Singapore Zoo. WRS is dedicated to managing world-class recreational attractions that promote conservation and research, and educate visitors about animals and their habitats. As wildlife champions, we take action to protect them, inspire a love of wildlife, and create a sense of wonder in everyone, regardless of our role. In 2024, as part of our Mandai Rejuvenation Plan, we will add a new bird park, rainforest park, nature-themed indoor attraction and eco-resort. If you are autonomous and looking for growth and new challenges, we want you to be part of our team. Reporting to the Vice President of the Legal Department, this function will serve the legal needs of operating company Wildlife Reserves Singapore ("WRS") (the parent company of Singapore Zoological Gardens, Night Safari, River Safari and The Jurong Bird Park), construction development company Mandai Park Development Pte Ltd ("MPD") and the parent company of WRS and MPD. Mandai Park Holdings Pte Ltd and other subsidiaries of the aforementioned companies as may be formed from time to time (collectively, the "Group").
Key Duties and Responsibilities Lead and coordinate the duties of the ministry`s Data Protection Officer, which may include communicating with stakeholders and relevant authorities, analyzing data and privacy laws and issues, and operational compliance requirements, providing timely updates and reports on legislation and matters related to data and privacy, etc. Perform internal compliance and reconciliation functions based on company policies and processes, best practices, and legal and regulatory requirements. Management and coordination of the Secretary General of the Group. Manage the end-to-end process of the usual contractual agreements, including the preparation, review and support of negotiations and the conclusion of contractual documents with the various parties in all areas of the group`s work, such as purchasing, marketing, sales, human resources, zoology, digital and IT, park operations, etc. Ensure a good record of contracts, files, reports and communications. Other ad hoc tasks may include: ensuring IP protection for new and existing assets on the basis of the existing IP framework and through documentation and advice, and ensuring proper record keeping. Assistance in case of potential and actual disputes through legal support. Ensure alignment of document templates, policies and processes within the group, and create or update these elements as required, while collaborating with multiple stakeholders. Conduct legal and regulatory research on topics such as intellectual property, data protection, competition, anti-corruption, financial regulation, etc. Implementation of special projects such as the creation of general contractors and charitable funds.
Requirements Law degree and professional qualifications in at least one jurisdiction. At least 3 years PQE. Privileged experience in data and privacy and compliance laws, as well as in the management and processing of corporate secretarial files. Be an enthusiastic, dynamic and autonomous team player, and able to work with multiple stakeholders with different needs, especially in an internal context. Have an analytical and solution-oriented mindset, with great attention to detail. Have effective time management skills with the ability to prioritize and meet multiple deadlines for fast-paced, high-volume work. Effective and diplomatic communicator with strong human resource management skills and able to give user-friendly advice. Possess business acumen and be able to adapt to changing needs to learn and grow with the company. Very ethical and able to maintain confidentiality. A strong interest in biodiversity, sustainability and nature conservation in line with the Group`s vision, mission and values. · Ensure alignment of document templates, policies, guidelines and processes within MWG, and create or update these elements as required to reflect evolving business needs and legal and regulatory developments, while collaborating with multiple stakeholders. The group provides Mandai Nature with funds and in-kind contributions for conservation work throughout Southeast Asia.
PIONEER TEAM Mr. S Dhanabalan, then Minister of National Development of Singapore, current Chairman, Mandai Park Holdings Deceased Dr. Ong Swee Law, then Executive Chairman, Singapore Zoological Gardens, Executive Manager of the Night Safari Development Project. Mr. Bernard Harrison, then Executive Director, Singapore Zoological Gardens, passed away Mr. Lyn de Alwis, then Director of the National Zoological Gardens of Sri Lanka, then Director of the Wildlife Department of Sri Lanka passed away Mr. Edwin Chan and Mrs. May Chan, CIAP architects and planners Mr.
Tay Kheng Soon, consulting architect Mr. Simon Corder, consultant in lighting, lighting sets and production design Mr. Y.