The role is varied and covers the different components of departmental work (recreation, historic, biodiversity and community engagement). You will need to be a self-motivated person that can operate well both in an isolated environment and as part of a team. Successful implementation of your work programme will depend upon your ability to establish and sustain strong relationships with external and internal stakeholders. You will work in true partnership with local iwi/hapū/whanau. Your duties and work areas are as follows:
  • Animal and plant pest control programmes.
  • Island biosecurity (quarantine, surveillance, audit and contingencies).
  • The day-to-day collaboration with staff and supervision of contractors and volunteers.


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