A sustainable future for the Hochstetter’s Frog


Conservation Volunteers New Zealand is delighted to announce a new habitat restoration project in partnership with Mondelēz International. Working with the Auckland Council at the Waitākere Ranges, Conservation Volunteers New Zealand and Mondelēz International will build a sustainability program for the endangered Hochstetter’s Frog. The project will restore and protect native habitats, improve water quality, […]

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Casual Team Leader – Auckland

Casual position The Team Leader is responsible for the safety, welfare and supervision of volunteers doing practical conservation work on our programs in Auckland, ensuring our volunteers enjoy a positive project experience whilst working within the boundaries of occupational health and safety requirements. While Team Leaders have a base location, the ability to be away from […]

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Join us on World Environment Day for our Corporate Tree Planting Challenge 2019


Conservation Volunteers is excited to offer you the opportunity to participate in our World Environment Day Corporate Tree Planting Challenge on Friday 31st May! We have identified locations in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch as well as across Australia that need some extra restoration care. Teams will have two hours to plant as many trees as they can, competing […]

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Project Officer – Auckland

Full Time permanent position Conservation Volunteers is a national, not-for-profit, community based organisation that is dedicated to involving both local and overseas volunteers in conservation projects for the betterment of the New Zealand environment. The Project Officer is responsible for the operational organisation, management and delivery of conservation projects in the region. The Project Officer […]

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Conservation Works Skills Leader – Auckland

Full-time 4 month contract Conservation Work Skills (CWS) is an initiative developed by Conservation Volunteers New Zealand (CVNZ) that supports local conservation projects to meet their environmental objectives. The CWS programme provides opportunities for ten local job seekers to gain paid employment for three months. During this period, participants will develop practical skills in conservation (planting, […]

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