Conservation Volunteers New Zealand is a place where you can bring your purpose to life through the work you do, creating a world where people and nature flourish together.
Our four pillars of culture at Conservation Volunteers New Zealand values our people who are passionate about our purpose:
- Wellbeing – We foster the wellbeing of our people
- Connectivity – We are a connected team
- Development – We promote individual growth, learning and development
- Thrive – We cultivate individual success and our successes are recognized and celebrated
We are industry leaders in the environment sector with forty years of experience in strengthening the health of communities and ecosystems for mutual benefit.
We believe in flexibility to balance your work and family. We support remote and hybrid work arrangements. We collaborate via technology and in person. We tackle complex challenges and work hard.
We support volunteering opportunities for our employees. We embrace the richness of diversity. We mentor your career journey. We say thank you.
We prioritise your safety. We support the mental health of all employees and their families. We support our new parents with paid parental leave.
Conservation Volunteers New Zealand is the New Zealand arm of Conservation Volunteers. Since 2006 we have been engaging local and international volunteers to participate in projects that enhance and protect our environment and heritage.
Senior Project Manager, Auckland
The Senior Project Manager is responsible for the management and delivery of Conservation Volunteer New Zealand projects. Although most projects are unique to the region, management of national projects may also be required. This role requires a practical knowledge to successfully deliver environment and community projects.