Department Of Conservation Community Ranger

Department Of Conservation Community Ranger

Do you want an interesting and challenging role in conservation? We are
looking for two enthusiastic, self-motivated people with excellent people skills
to deliver on the Department’s National Compliance Strategy, which involves
undertaking education, advocacy, monitoring and enforcement activities as
appropriate.
Key to your delivery is the ability to effectively engage with members of the
public and commercial operators, across the Queenstown District which
broadly encompasses Glenorchy-Queenstown- Kingston-Gibbston Valley.
This is a fixed term position for 15 weeks working 40 hours per seven-day
period. You may be required to work early mornings, evenings, on weekends
and public holidays.
The purpose of the position is to:
 engage generally with members of the public and commercial tourism
operators to understand and monitor their activity.
 monitor and report any unauthorised activity, including commercial
tourism activity, being undertaken on public conservation land.
 provide written reports and undertake follow up when required.
 conduct visitor monitoring at key sites.
The ideal candidate will have:
 a positive attitude and experience working with others.
 a high level of professionalism.
 excellent interpersonal and communication skills, including a proven
ability to write clear and concise reports.
 strong administration and data management skills.
 a proven ability to balance competing demands, meet deadlines and
solve problems.
 a good knowledge of conservation.
 a valid full drivers licence.
You may also have previous experience working in a regulatory environment.

Please apply online at https://careers.doc.govt.nz/jobs/DOC-400-8280TE

Applications must include a cover letter, CV and
evidence of the required capabilities as per the project description.
For more information please contact Susie Geh [email protected]
03 442 8508, quoting vacancy 400/8280.
Applications close at 5pm Tuesday 13 th February 2018.