To protect, conserve and monitor the outdoor environment; interpret and provide recreational opportunities; and create links between community, protected areas and area administration
  • Planning
  • Ecology of plants and animals in parks
  • Conservation
  • Maintenance of tracks, assets, and structures
  • Park history and cultural significance and interpretation
  • Risk management
  • Rural fire
  • Outdoor navigation
  • Weather
  • Conservation financial management
  • Human resources
  • First aid
  • Basic construction skills
  • Search and rescue
  • Chainsaw use
  • Four-wheel driving
  • Pest and weed control
  • Legislation and compliance

Park ranger or Department of Conservation ranger

A degree-level qualification in a related field is preferable

Parks or Department of Conservation management

High
$55K-$70K per year

50-75

Medium
3-5 years

New Zealand Diploma in Environmental Management (Level 6)


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