To hang out at a resort all day and the care of the flamingos? This Chief Flamingo Officer job may be just for you.
A new resort in the Bahamas is accepting applications for the role of CFO (Chief Flamingo Officer, that is.
This unusual job at Baha Mar in Nassau, entails living on the grounds of the 1000 acre resort and the care of the resident flock of flamingos, the national bird, which will arrive at the resort this spring.
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During the resort life sounds nice, the CFO will have their work to do for them. This person will be tasked with the protection of and care for the flamingos, and monitor the Flamingo Mansion — a large indoor -, outdoor -, water -, and dry habitats where they will be accommodated and the design of interactive programming for Baha Mar guests.
The CFO must also have a degree in Zoology or related field and knowledge and experience of the care for exotic animals.
The selected candidate will in addition to Baha Mar’s Chief Scientist as part of a team that with wild animals and conservation. They will also educate guests on the resort’s commitment to the protection, preservation, and celebration of the islands’ wildlife.
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If this sounds like your dream gig, you have until February 28 to apply on the Baha Mar website.
Michelle Gant is a writer and editor for Fox News Lifestyle.