Ranger, Visitor Centre,
Department of Conservation
Otago, NZ
6d ago
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Ranger, Visitor Centre, (Temporary), Queenstown

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    Ranger, Visitor Centre, (Temporary), Queenstown

    Advertiser : Department of Conservation

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    Job Listing Date11 Aug 2019Location Otago , Queenstown & WanakaWork TypeFull TimeClassification Farming, Animals & Conservation , Conservation, Parks & Wildlife

    Ranger, Visitor Centre, (Temporary), Queenstown

    These are 2 fixed term roles from October 2019 - April 2020, one full time - the other part time.

    Do you enjoy outdoor pursuits and conservation? Are you well organised with great customer service skills? If yes, this is the job for you!

    This role has a strong visitor services focus. You will be based in the Whakatipu-wai-Maori / Queenstown Visitor Centre.

    You will ensure visitors receive excellent customer service by providing them with all the information they need to undertake experiences that will last a lifetime.

    We are looking for two team members; who set the bar high in their professionalism, who are not afraid of hard work and are able to show initiative and solve problems as they arise.

    Our ideal applicant will have :

  • Experience and demonstrated competence in customer service and retail sales
  • Active interest in outdoor pursuits and conservation
  • Genuine enthusiasm when speaking to visitors about recreation and tourism opportunities within the Queenstown / Glenorchy area and the South Island of New Zealand
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills and the ability to maintain high standards while working under pressure
  • Good knowledge of Microsoft applications including Word and Excel
  • Understanding of the issues surrounding biodiversity in New Zealand
  • The ability to pronounce Te Reo Maori, an understanding of Tikanga Māori and the ability to converse in a second language would be advantageous
  • Please note : interviews will be held on Monday 9 September 2019. A skype interview can be arranged.

    Eligibility to work in New Zealand is mandatory, including a valid work visa covering the whole period of employment if applying internationally.

    Please apply online via the DOC Careers Centre. Applications must include a cover letter and CV with evidence of the required capabilities as per the project description.

    For any queries, please contact Celeste Bisson-Rowe or 03 442 7935.

    Applications close at 5pm on Monday, 2 September 2019.

    DOC is committed to diversity in its workforce and an inclusive workplace culture.

    These are 2 fixed term roles from October 2019 - April 2020, one full time - the other part time.

    Do you enjoy outdoor pursuits and conservation? Are you well organised with great customer service skills? If yes, this is the job for you!

    This role has a strong visitor services focus. You will be based in the Whakatipu-wai-Maori / Queenstown Visitor Centre.

    You will ensure visitors receive excellent customer service by providing them with all the information they need to undertake experiences that will last a lifetime.

    We are looking for two team members; who set the bar high in their professionalism, who are not afraid of hard work and are able to show initiative and solve problems as they arise.

    Our ideal applicant will have :

  • Experience and demonstrated competence in customer service and retail sales
  • Active interest in outdoor pursuits and conservation
  • Genuine enthusiasm when speaking to visitors about recreation and tourism opportunities within the Queenstown / Glenorchy area and the South Island of New Zealand
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills and the ability to maintain high standards while working under pressure
  • Good knowledge of Microsoft applications including Word and Excel
  • Understanding of the issues surrounding biodiversity in New Zealand
  • The ability to pronounce Te Reo Maori, an understanding of Tikanga Māori and the ability to converse in a second language would be advantageous
  • Please note : interviews will be held on Monday 9 September 2019. A skype interview can be arranged.

    Eligibility to work in New Zealand is mandatory, including a valid work visa covering the whole period of employment if applying internationally.

    Please apply online via the DOC Careers Centre. Applications must include a cover letter and CV with evidence of the required capabilities as per the project description.

    For any queries, please contact Celeste Bisson-Rowe or 03 442 7935.

    Applications close at 5pm on Monday, 2 September 2019.

    DOC is committed to diversity in its workforce and an inclusive workplace culture.

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    Job Listing Date11 Aug 2019Location Otago , Queenstown & WanakaWork TypeFull TimeClassification Farming, Animals & Conservation , Conservation, Parks & WildlifeApplications will open the advertiser’s site.

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