Are you passionate about Fresh Water Ecology and looking to join a forward thinking, high delivering team?
Hawke’s Bay Regional Council has an exciting opportunity for a Freshwater Ecologist. Working in a dynamic team environment, this role is varied and motivating. The role would suit a freshwater ecologist who is keen to apply their skills to deliver the information needed to make good decisions for our lakes and rivers, with a particular focus on native freshwater fish.
The successful candidate will have a relevant post-graduate qualification, experience applying science to solve real world problems, with excellent analytical, and report writing skills. As part of a small team with high expectations, you will need to be highly engaged, have excellent people skills and an ability to service multiple work streams across Council.
A thorough ecological understanding of native freshwater fish is essential. Familiarity with the use of continuous water quality instruments, as well as calculating nutrient and sediment loads, is preferred.
If you think you are the right person for the role, apply today!
Applications Close 4pm Monday 1 April.
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