Would you like to help shape a nationally recognised ecological restoration project?
Cape to City is a wide scale predator control and ecological restoration project over 26,000 ha of land between Hastings and Cape Kidnappers and extending southward to include Waimarama and forest remnants at Kahuranaki. Find out more about the project here.
The project is at the stage where it requires an experienced Project Leader to take it to the next level. To be considered for the role you will need considerable experience in successful project management, an ability to work with a range of people and organisations and strong leadership skills. A commitment to the aims of the project is essential.
This is a three year fixed term role reporting directly to the Project Chair. You will be leading a multi‑agency, multi-stakeholder team focused on delivering project milestones across pest management, community engagement, habitat restoration, species translocation and research. Accordingly, great time management and an ability to plan achievable deadlines is essential.
Applications close at 4 pm on Wednesday 5 October 2016.
You will also find the job description and application guidelines here.
20 September 2016
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