Rotoiti 15 Trust is looking to fill multiple roles for its new Myrtle Rust Surveillance project.
Rotoiti 15 Trust is partnering with Scion (NZ Forest Research Institute Limited) to deliver a three-year Jobs for Nature project funded by the Department of Conservation (DOC).
The project focuses on surveillance and monitoring of myrtle rust in the Bay of Plenty and is particularly important to the Trust as Myrtle Rust has been found within our rohe.
There are nine roles available and would suit kaimahi who love being in the taiao, have an eye for detail and are relatively comfortable with technology.
There are two Manukura positions, six Hōmiromiro positions and one Te Wahapū position to be filled. If you have any pātai or would like more information on each of the roles, email email@example.com.
If this sounds like you or someone in your whānau, send your CV and a cover letter explaining why this mahi resonates with you, to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Vaccine passes will be required.
You can learn more about Myrtle Rust and how it affects our taiao, here.
Closing date for tono is Tamatea Whakapau o Poutūterangi (11 March, 2022).