We’re on the lookout for an experienced, enthusiastic and talented ecologist to join our team of energetic and passionate professionals. You’ll be working on a broad range of challenging and rewarding projects, including eld-based projects which may require time away from our Auckland o ce working.

Ideally, you’ll bring at least 3 years’ professional experience, along with the following skills and attributes:

• A relevant professional quali cation, related to terrestrial ecology.




The salary £24,388 per annum + Sea Going Allowance (£43.22/night at sea)

Eligible for a 15% Gratuity on successful completion of a one year contract (25% Gratuity on successful completion of a second, consecutive, one-year contract)

Annual leave of 50 days per year

1 year contract with possibility to extend

Job description

Botany-ecology technician


Technical Officer

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Join us in connecting New Zealand kids and their parents with nature conservation.     

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Manager, Mulligans Flat Woodland Sanctuary

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