At Te Papa Atawhai (DOC) we express our spirit of service and serve Aotearoa through our purpose, Papatūānuku Thrives. Our organisational strategy, Te Kaupapa a Te Papa Atawhai, puts nature and people at the heart of everything we do.
It is anchored by te reo Māori and te ao Māori, recognising that Te Tiriti o Waitangi and our relationship with our whānau, hapū and iwi are central to all our work.
He angitūtanga About the RoleThe focus of this position is to team lead the OFK monitoring team and work on tasks assigned by the OKF monitoring supervisor.
Tasks may include other threatened species work, finding and protecting nets, harvesting eggs, assisting with translocations, animal pest trapping, toxin use, tracking tunnels and fence maintenance.
This is a field-based role, and the successful applicant will be required to work a fourteen-day roster (10 days on 4 days off) working in the Poulter valley in Arthurs Pass National Park and South-Branch Hurunui in Lake Sumner Forest Park.
Ngā pūkenga me ngā wheako Skills and experienceAs a key member of the team, you will be :
Keen to apply?Eligibility to work in New Zealand is mandatory this includes holding a valid work visa that covers the whole period of employment.
Please apply online via the DOC Careers Centre with your CV and a tailored cover letter (PDF) that describes your motivation and that highlights your relevant skills, experience and personal qualities essential to this role.
You can download the Applicant Information Sheet for more information about the team and role.If you have enquiries about the vacancy, please contact Tennile Toulson at ttoulson doc.
govt.nz, or phone 027 282 9671, quoting vacancy T 400 / 08610.Applications close at 5 pm on Friday, 22 October 2021.Te Papa Atawhai is committed to a diverse workforce that represents the communities we serve, and to creating an inclusive workplace culture.
We offer a range of flexible working options depending on the needs of the role and its work context.