Coastal Restoration Coordinator – Part Time

In collaboration with Thames-Coromandel District Council and Waikato Regional Council, an Registration of Interest has just been released on WRC’s website advertising for a part-time coastal restoration coordinator.

The Coastal Restoration Coordinator (East Coast) contract will drive and support coastal restoration programmes in south-east Coromandel, by collaborating with Iwi, coastal restoration groups, and the public. The role will provide technical advice for restoration activities, coordinate working bees and plant orders with community groups, and place orders for plants and other related materials for the Coastcare programme, while providing regular progress reports to key contacts at Thames Coromandel District Council (TCDC) and Waikato Regional Council (WRC). In this role you will promote the Coastcare and Coastal Restoration programmes and will work with a broad range of stakeholders, including WRC & TCDC staff/contractors, Coastcare coordinators, local iwi, rural and suburban communities, pest plant control contractors, nurseries, and other local government representatives. 

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Applications close 16 August.

Scientist Hydrology


Hawke’s Bay Regional Council are looking for a Scientist Hydrology to join the Hydrology and Groundwater Science team in our Environmental Science Section. This role is one of a technical expert, who provides strategic direction to water quality management in Hawke’s Bay, by informing policy development and water allocation activities throughout the Hawke’s Bay region. The role is well supported by the team of senior and principal scientists who are experienced surface water and groundwater experts, with enthusiasm for sharing their skills and knowledge to ensure that the person in this role develops professionally.

You will have a thorough understanding of the broad suite of hydrological statistics and experience deriving these metrics along with a specific interest and proven focus of the physical drivers of river flow and fluvial processes.  You’ll ideally have working knowledge of the Resource Management Act and recent developments in NZ water resource management, including the National Policy Statement for Freshwater Management and the limit-setting process, the National Objectives Framework and the National Environmental Monitoring Standards.


All applicants must have existing rights to work in New Zealand.

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Please apply via Seek.


Applications close 10 August.