Baha Mar Job Is For The Birds

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We are absolutely tickled pink over news of job opening at Baha Mar.

Not so long ago, Candy Evans, founder and publisher of and, sang like a bird when telling us all about Baha Mar, a much-anticipated multi-billion resort in the Bahamas. As luck would have it, Baha Mar is hiring a CFO.

This CFO has nothing to do with accounting.  Baha Mar is hiring a Chief Flamingo Officer. It’s a nest-level kind of opportunity.

Yes, this means the ideal candidate will actually get paid to run away to a tropical island.  It would be quite the feather in your cap.  However, before you throw together a resume on the fly, applicants won’t want to run afowl of Baha Mar’s stringent requirements.

The new CFO needs a degree in zoology or a related field, and at least five years of experience “in the care and husbandry of” flamingos. Husbandry? is a SFW kind of blog.  We don’t need to drag in the birds and the bees. Bottom line — the Chief Flamingo Officer is a person ready to spread his or her wings.

If this sounds like you, look no feather.

Baha Mar is acquiring a flock of flamingos to complement its animal sanctuary and “Explorer’s Club” geared towards children.  It seems that right now, they don’t give a flock, but soon will.  The new CFO will have a bird’s eye view of Baha Mar, including the “flamingo mansion” custom built for the prized national birds of the Bahamas.

So, if you are a bird of a feather, then by all means, apply.  They say the early bird catches the worm, or in this case lands a plum new position at one of the best destinations in the world.  My apologies if the bird jokes ruffled some feathers.

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  1. Dean Markham says

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  3. LD McDaid says

    This is a very funny article ; )
    Sounds like a dream job, to be honest.
    Loved all the one-liners : D