The Takaka District is seeking an experienced Ranger for our Biodiversity Team. The role is focused on threatened species and ecosystem restoration work within the District which is characterised by its diverse landscapes and biodiversity.
Delivering the work as part of this team you will need to have a sound practical knowledge of New Zealand's native biodiversity.
You will have particular interest and / or focus of its native flora as that is a significant focus of the role. You will be able to clearly demonstrate this in your CV, and in an interview if selected.
You will also have experience managing threatened biota, pest and weed control and ecosystem restoration. The role has a strong field focus but also includes the collection and processing of data and information and the writing of reports summarising key elements of the work.
A desire to be part of, and at times leading field teams and supporting and coaching them to perform, building their capability, and creating a great team culture is a must.
You will need to be able to demonstrate strong field planning and coordination skills.
You may be required to work in the backcountry and outside normal working hours, so an appropriate level of fitness and bush savviness is required.
You will also contribute to emergency work such as compliance work, fire control and mass whale strandings as required.
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