Behind all the fun and games at Hong Kong Disneyland is a serious corporate scene, a world run by a team of highly business-minded people. The theme park is supported by an extensive back office that employs a huge number of professionals operating the city's popular entertainment venue. The company has several openings available, among them a position for an analyst or senior analyst to join the treasury and risk department. The person chosen will be responsible for the theme park's loans administration. Duties include ensuring that interest is paid on time, schedules are kept up to date, and building and maintaining good relationships with organisations or individuals who have offered Disney loans. The successful candidate will be based in Hong Kong and monitor financial market risk exposure, implement hedging strategies and handle insurance brokers and underwriters in procuring insurance policies. While much of the responsibilities, such as loan administration and insurance placements, would be independent work, the appointee would also be expected to serve on the treasury team. 'The role would suit someone who can take a traditional treasury job and adapt it to a unique company environment,' said Susan Tohyama, staffing manager at Hong Kong Disneyland. 'As a multinational company, Hong Kong Disneyland offers great exposure to a unique business in the market. There is a lot of work for the United States and Hong Kong teams. We are constantly learning from them and they are learning from us.' Disneyland is looking for someone with a minimum three years' work experience in public accounting, banking or financial treasury. The appointee should be someone who likes to learn and would enjoy aligning his or her career development with the company's culture of continuous learning. Creativity is the heart and soul of Disney, and being able to think in a creative way is a characteristic shared by employees at all levels of corporate Disney. 'Disney is primarily a creative company, even though this job position is a traditional role,' Ms Tohyama said. 'We are looking for someone who is adaptable and has a strong imagination and can think outside the box.' Besides offering training opportunities, Disneyland has an active internal transfer system that allows for transfer in the same line of business and to other departments in Hong Kong Disneyland. 'We have a fantastic learning and development team that provides training not just in Disney heritage, but also in leadership and professional skills, among other things,' Ms Tohyama said. 'A career at Disney is what you make of it. It is a great platform to launch what you want to do.' Ms Tohyama was optimistic that the position would attract strong candidates.