Land Protection Advisor (multiple roles) – QEII National Trust

Job Description
* Permanent, full time position
* An opportunity to make a difference in the environment
* Three roles available
We are Aotearoa New Zealand’s leading private land conservation organisation. Our vision is ‘Inspiring conservation on private land’ and we partner with landowners across the country to protect natural and cultural heritage sites on their land forever.
QEII is growing and we’re looking for new advisors for our Land Protection team.

Land Protection Advisors are based at head office and provide specialist advice and support to our representatives out in the field. You will make recommendations on new areas of protected land and problem-solve existing land protection issues working closely with all teams in the organisation.

We’re looking for people with a real interest in protecting Aotearoa’s natural and cultural heritage, and a background (work or study) in a relevant sector.
Highlighting any of the following skills/experience will also be helpful in your application:
* A strong understanding of aspects of land protection e.g. knowledge of indigenous biodiversity and threats to conservation and heritage
* A relevant tertiary qualification and/or experience in a similar role/environment
* The ability to work by yourself but be equally comfortable working closely in a team
* Problem-solving and relationship management skills.
We actively encourage applications from all backgrounds, so if you like the sound of this role, we’re keen to hear from you.

Eligibility to work in New Zealand is required for these roles. 
ABOUT US – QEII National Trust – Ngā Kairauhī Papa
Our head office, based in Wellington, is a small and flexible team.  We offer flexible working options as well as other benefits that make QEII a great place to work.   We are committed to equal opportunities and creating an inclusive workplace culture.
You can learn more about us at our website

How to Apply
If you would like more information after reading the position description, please contact us via .
To apply, please send your CV and a covering letter to by 5pm on Monday 1st February 2021.
Note: Your cover letter is a key part of our assessment process, so please highlight how your experience relates to the key skills required for this role.