Vacancy notice: Manager Bonaire National Marine Park
stinapa at bonairelive.com
Fri Mar 22 09:24:07 EST 2002
The FOUNDATION NATIONAL PARKS BONAIRE (STINAPA Bonaire) manages the =
Bonaire National Marine Park and the Washington Slagbaai National Park =
and advises the government and private entities. The organization staffs
16 and strives for further professionalization. In this framework the =
board of the Foundation is looking for a=20
MARINE PARK MANAGER
Main characteristics of the function.
The manager supports the committee in the strategic and financial policy
and takes part in the development and further professionalization of =
STINAPA Bonaire. In first instance the manager is accountable to the =
executive committee and in the future development to the general =
manager, still to be appointed. The manager is responsible for the =
management and maintenance of the Marine Park as well as the development
of information material of all educational programmes for the Marine =
Park. The manager leads all employees of the marine park and is =
responsible for a qualitative and quantitative personnel management
The Marine Park Manager has had an education of at least a Bachelors =
degree in Marine Biology but preferably a Masters degree. Experience in
management in a relevant function and excellent communicative skills =
required. The functionary has a thorough command of the languages Dutch,
Papiamento and English, orally and in writing.
The salary depends on age, education and experience. STINAPA Bonaire =
offers excellent primary and secondary terms of employment.
Should you be interested, then send your letter within 14 days after =
publication of this advertisement, together with your curriculum vitae =
The Board of STINAPA Bonaire, P.O.Box 368 Bonaire, Netherlands Antilles.
e-mail: stinapa at bonairelive.com
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