Wildlife Reserves Singapore
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Wildlife Reserves Singapore Careers and Employment

About the company

  • Company size
    501 to 1,000
  • Industry
    Nonprofit & NGO
  • Headquarters
  • Link
    Wildlife Reserves Singapore website
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 28 reviews and is evolving.



Guest Relations Officer in Mandai
on September 3, 2020
Fun workplace
A typical day at work consists of interacting with guests and helping them find their way around the park or any other queries. I have learnt to be more outspoken and have definitely improved my communication skills working as a Guest Relations Officer under Wildlife Reserves Singapore. The colleagues make the working experience enjoyable especially on slow days where not many guests visit the park. However, it may get overwhelming on peak periods and public holidays where sometimes there would be manpower shortage. It might take some time getting used to long-standing hours too. The challenging part of the job has definitely got to be handling 'tough' guests where they may not understand some rules and regulations of the boat rides and language barriers with tourists who do not speak English. In all, it is an enriching first part-time job experience for those who are interested in guest relations or the tourism industry.
Volunteer in Singapore Zoo
on June 17, 2020
it is enriching, although time-consuming and tiring. There is a lot to learn about the wildlife in singapore and that of the world as well. It is really very interactive.
Internship Student in Mandai
on February 27, 2020
Fun workplace
Was there as an intern. Fun if you love animals. Tiring but great experience nonetheless. Learnt a lot of life skills. Need to be brave and responsible at times.
Call Centre Officer in Singapore
on December 28, 2019
Fast pace
As my position is a call centre officer, I deal with daily enquiries and questions as well as customer complaints and praises. I reply promptly to emails as well to provide the best assistance I could to guests.
Junior zookeeper in ZOOLOGY
on November 22, 2019
Culture of negativity still exist in workplace, need a lot of improvement in terms of positive thinking individuals and solid leaders.
Anyone who has the chance to try should definitely try it and experience it for themselves. It is a very good environment to work in but definitely needs to manage your expectations. Healthy,( physically )and active environment to work in

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