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National Parks Board Careers and Employment

About the company

  • Founded
  • Company size
    501 to 1,000
  • Revenue
    $5m to $25m (SGD)
  • Industry
    Government & Public Administration
  • Headquarters
  • Link
    National Parks Board website

As the National Parks Board (NParks) of Singapore, we are committed to enhancing and managing the urban ecosystems of our City in Nature. We are the lead agency for greenery, biodiversity conservation, and wildlife and animal health, welfare and management. We are also working closely with the community to enhance the quality of our living environment.

Our roots began with the first nationwide tree planting campaign in 1963, which kick-started our greening journey. In 1971, the first annual Tree Planting Day was launched and with that, greening has become part of Singapore's DNA.

With the aim of enhancing the community's overall well-being, and the vision of creating a City in a Garden, we have in the last several decades greened up our roads and infrastructure, transformed our parks and gardens into spaces for everyone to enjoy, and gazetted areas of core biodiversity to conserve our native biodiversity.

Today, we manage some 400 parks, 3,347 hectares of nature reserves, the Singapore Botanic Gardens, Jurong Lake Gardens, Pulau Ubin and the Sisters' Islands Marine Park. Adding to this is the extensive network of Nature Ways, and the over 300 km Park Connector Network that links major parks, nature areas and residential estates island-wide.

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Facilities Management Intern in Botanic Gardens
on March 29, 2020
Nice working environment

Have to go outdoors half the time but get to appreciate the nature while working. Supervisors are very friendly and helpful towards interns. They do not hesitate to help new comers.

Corporate Communications Intern in Singapore
on December 1, 2019
A fun work place

Easy to get along boss and colleagues, slow-paced work. get to learn a lot

+ you get to go outdoors often to fil/take photo/ go events. A good place for interns!

Herbarium Officer in Singapore
on July 31, 2019
Fun and good work culture

Good work-life balance. Very good healthy working environment. Flexible work timing. Career advancement is good once a permanent status is achieved. I wouldve stayed if there were more opportunities for me to forward myself into.

Intern and Part-Timer in Botanic Gardens
on June 12, 2019
Kind and patient colleagues

A typical day at work as an intern was to create write-ups for NParks social media accounts. Every month, an intern has to create a social media analytics report.

Executive / CUGE Research in Singapore
on July 31, 2014
Environmental stewardship and service excellence

The board is focused in the aspect of service excellence and environmental stewardship. I am prooud to have contributed to the urban greening endeavour that the board had undertaken.

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