Wildlife Rescue Officer

Wildlife Rescue Officers directly save wild animals from the illegal wildlife trade and injured native wild animals in Singapore. As part of the team which is on call 24/7 and which has rescued over 3,000 wild animals, you will be on the forefront of wildlife protection in Singapore. You will also provide optimal care for rescued animals at the ACRES Wildlife Rescue Centre, Singapore’s only dedicated wildlife rescue centre.

Salary: $1,910 (gross salary)


  • Respond to rescue calls for wild animals in Singapore.
  • Perform daily animal care duties e.g. cleaning enclosures, preparing food, providing enrichment.
  • Daily assistance with handling of rescued wild animals for treatment procedures.
  • Daily documentation of wildlife rescue records.
  • Liaise with relevant authorities for release and transfer of animals and wildlife rehabilitation protocols.


  1. Class 3 driving license.
  2. Passionate about making a difference for animals and the community.
  3. Self-motivated and independent, also able to work as part of a team.
  4. Good organisational, communication and excellent interpersonal skills.
  5. Able to commit full-time for a minimum of two years, preferably longer.
  6. Must be physically fit to work long hours, up to 32 hours per shift.
  7. Must be comfortable handling reptiles and other wild animals.
  8. Must have good communication skills in English.
  9. Must be willing to work on public holidays, eves of public holidays and perform up to three night-shift duties every week.
  10. Knowledge of animal protection issues an advantage.

Campaigns Executive

This temporary position is based on a 3-month contract and is only open to Singaporeans and Singapore PR holders and Dependant’s Pass holders. Candidates with knowledge on animal protection issues, or have experience working with animals and community, is an advantage.

Salary: $1,660 (gross salary)


  • Perform daily monkey guarding at designated areas in Thomson.
  • Attend to feedback related to monkeys on-site.
  • Daily documentation and reporting of macaque movements and behaviour.


  1. Passionate about making a difference for the animals and the community.
  2. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
  3. Physically fit to work outdoors from 7am onwards (4-5 days a week).
  4. Able to work public holidays and weekends on a roster basis.
  5. Must have good communication skills in English.
  6. Self-motivated and independent, also able to work as part of a team.
  7. Able to start work immediately (December 2018).