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Advertised on: 04 Nov 2020

Mandai Park Holdings (MPH) is driving the rejuvenation of Mandai Precinct into an integrated nature and wildlife destination, through its development arm, Mandai Park Development (MPD). As champions for Wildlife, we lead actions to protect them, inspire a love for wildlife and spark a sense of wonder in everyone, regardless of our roles.

Come 2024, we will add a new Bird Park, a Rainforest Park, nature themed indoor attraction and Eco-resort as part of our Mandai rejuvenation plan. If you are a team leader, self-driven, and looking for growth and new challenges, we want you to be part of our team.


This role will be part of the SS-Ecology team that develops and implements long-term flora and fauna monitoring and other biodiversity conservation projects in the Mandai Park Precinct.  It also involves working with internal teams, governmental agencies and external stakeholders to implement processes and measures that will facilitate the achievement of the organisation’s strategic environmental goals to develop this precinct in a responsible way.


Job Duties and Responsibilities:

     End to End management of the permanent flora monitoring plots in forested environment including the processing and analysing the data

     Ecological Restoration Plan – Map and assess plots for ecological restoration or habitat enhancement and soil seed bank investigation. Investigate suitable planting methods for respective plots

     Support Softscape Taskforce and construction teams with flora issues such as analysing the arborist reports, working on solutions for replanting and be a subject matter expert on flora issues.

     Analyse Arboreal Connectivity in the Mandai over time and space as development progresses to provide scientific rigour and basis for mitigation measures

     Manage Tree Inventory for Mandai with the aim to reconcile to prepare for handover to operators upon project completion

     Guide and onboard the WRS operator team to be more familiar with development flora work to prepare for handover in future

     Support the carbon accounting framework with tree carbon sequestration data and calculation

     Support the operations of Mandai Wildlife Bridge


Job Requirements:

     Minimum Masters’ Degree or Honours Degree in ecology; environmental conservation and/or related fields

     At least 4 to 7 years of relevant experience in managing flora and ecological related projects

     Strong in analytical skills and be able to understand the balance between development and ecological considerations

     Ample field experience and proficient in planning and managing outfield activities

     Good network and rapport with the local nature community and other environmental groups

     Prior research experience and developmental background will be an advantage



Specialization : Others
Type of Employment : Contract
Minimum Experience : 4
Work Location : WRS Corporate Office