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Loro Parque / Loro Parque Fundación & Poema del Mar


Are you Enthusiastic, Energetic, Outgoing and ready to be part of an adventure where everyone is a part of an unforgettable journey to the wonders of our unique islands? If you are, we invite you to submit your applications for the post of:
Position Summary:  A great opportunity exists for an ambitious, team player and responsible veterinarian to join our expanding team at Loro Parque / Loro Parque Fundación and the brand new Oceanarium Poema del Mar.  The position if for an experience veterinarian with special focus on all aspects of zoological medicine in one of the largest zoological collection in the world. The collection is divided in four different locations, which requires travelling between collections.
Summary of position responsibilities:
•    Participate in the daily activities of the medical service of the park, including primary case responsibility and regular case rounds with Loro Parque / Loro Parque Fundación & Poema del Mar staff.
•    Report directly to the Director of the Veterinary & Laboratory Services, to establish and maintain protocols for the proper husbandry and care of the animals in different locations.
•    Assist in determining research priorities and become involved as necessary in any research projects supported by the facility.
•    Determine medication regimes, treatment methods, feeding, and other protocols as necessary and desirable for optimum animal welfare and husbandry.
•    Administer supplements, medications and treatment protocols.
•    Conduct frequent observations of animals and report any abnormalities, health or welfare issues, or change of behavior.
•    Maintain standard record keeping related to animal health and welfare, animal behavior, diagnostic interventions, treatment protocols, and other departmental procedural documents. Work with department management and staff to ensure the accuracy, clarity, and availability of all documents.
•    Accommodate and assist with regular audits and inspections by local and international authorities as required.
•    Plan/participate in research and conservation programs related to the goals of the Loro Parque Fundación.
•    Assist in preparing monthly reports for distribution to all relevant managers.
•    Train and update husbandry staff in areas of basic medical care to ensure staff comprehension in cases of care for minor incidents.
•    Provide emergency care for the animals in the different collections (Loro Parque / Loro Parque Fundación & Poema del Mar).
•    Provide mentorship, coaching, instruction, assistance, and supervision to veterinary students, work-experience students, and assigned interns.
Essential skills and experience:
•    Qualified veterinarian licensed to practice in the Canary Islands, Spain. This will require veterinary licensure in the European Union.
•    Minimum of 3 years’ experience related to veterinary medicine of exotic & zoo species, with a special focus on aquatic medicine (fish and marine mammals).
•    Good understanding and experience of animal behavior, husbandry, and welfare.
•    Availability and ability to work evenings, weekends, and holidays as needed.
•    Ability to organize workload and prioritize tasks.
•    Ability to communicate with, motivate, and work alongside other staff to build an effective team.
•    Ability to develop and motivate a team of volunteers and/or student intern
•    Ability to communicate effectively to a variety of audiences in both verbal and written forms.
•    Ability to provide and support a vision and direction for the welfare of zoo animals (predominantly marine mammals and fish).
Loro Parque / Loro Parque Fundación & Poema del Mar affords an excellent opportunity for people to gain experience in our exciting tourism industry. This facility offers a chance for the right individual to work in one of leading zoological collection worldwide. We are offering a competitive compensation, which includes 30 working days of vacation.  Remuneration will be commensurate with qualifications and experience.
To express your interest in this role, please submit a curriculum vitae, references, and cover letter by January 20, 2017 to the following address:
Chief Human Resources Officer
Address: seleccion@loroparque.com
Or email: dir.personal@loroparque.com


The person selected will be responsible for all secretarial functions of the Directors, among which include:
* Management and control of the Directors’ agendas
* Manage all calls and correspondence
* Organization of trips and meetings
* File management and documentation
* Administrative functions


• Required Education
Higher Level Training - Secretarial
• Experience
More than 10 years
• Minimum requirements
Experience in secretarial positions to senior management
High level of German and English


We are expanding our team and are looking for young, dynamic individuals with knowledge in marine mammal husbandry and a minimum of five (5) years of training experience; diving license obligatory. Knowledge of Spanish language will be valued.

If you have a passion for marine mammals and wish to form part of a highly qualified and motivated team, please send your cv with an actual photograph to:seleccion@loroparque.com or fax# +34 922 375021.


The Director is responsible for the institutional development and promotion of the Loro Parque Fundación (LPF), including to:
• Maintain clear organisational identity and highlight its scientific and conservation strengths
• Obtain external support for its activities
• Manage the LPF project portfolio
• Provide suitable content for external communication of projects and activities
• Represent the LPF in the wider conservation arena
• Maintain productive relations with other entities involved in conservation


• A higher degree in a relevant subject
• Several years experience of conservation management, including field and administrative experience
• Experience of project management
• Existing knowledge of bird conservation, especially of parrots
• Understanding of the positive interface between ex situ and in situ conservation
• Good communication and interpersonal skills
• A track-record in fund-raising
• Leadership skills, the ability to plan and prioritize, to work independently and meet deadlines
• English fluency required. Proficiency in Spanish must exist or be acquired. German will also be advantageous

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