Current vacancies

Campaigner

WWF-New Zealand is seeking an experienced and enthusiastic Campaigner to help us engage with the public, politicians and businesses and achieve our mission: a world where people live in harmony with nature – ‘Kia noho ngatahi te tangata ki nga kura taiao’.
 
Do you want to make a difference and help protect the environment? Do you thrive working in a team? Do you have a passion for campaigning to achieve change? Are you interested in working for the world's largest and most experienced independent conservation organisation? If so, we want to hear from you.
 
WWF-New Zealand is looking to recruit for a new position to join our Campaigns team. Based in Wellington, the Campaigner will be the public face of our campaigns and be instrumental in delivering our work to target audiences – as well as thinking creatively about how best to do this – in order to achieve the changes we seek. 

The successful applicant will need to have environmental campaigning experience, excellent oral and written communication skills, an ability to pick up and understand new issues quickly, be well organised and good at prioritising workload, have experience of developing relationships with a range of stakeholders and be a good team worker.

This is a full-time role based in Wellington.

Applications are welcome from New Zealand residents and those holding a current New Zealand work visa. WWF employees in other countries are welcome to apply if they can satisfy NZ immigration requirements.


You can find out more about this vacancy by downloading the position description to the right.
 
If this sounds like you, please email your CV and cover letter by Sunday 29th March 2015 to Linda Walsh: lwalsh@wwf.org.nz

For more information about the role, please contact Peter Hardstaff at phardstaff@wwf.org.nz or phone on 04 471 4281

Research and Policy Officer

WWF-New Zealand is seeking an experienced and enthusiastic Research and Policy Officer to provide the scientific, economic and policy foundation for our campaigns and help achieve our mission: a world where people live in harmony with nature – ‘Kia noho ngatahi te tangata ki nga kura taiao’.
 
Do you want to make a difference and help protect the environment? Do you thrive working in a team? Do you have a passion for research and analysis across a range of disciplines? Are you interested in working for the world's largest and most experienced independent conservation organisation? If so, we want to hear from you.
 
WWF-New Zealand is looking to recruit for a new position to join our Campaigns team. Based in Wellington, the Research and Policy Officer will provide the intellectual foundation for our campaigns and will be instrumental in providing the rigorous analysis and compelling arguments – as well as thinking creatively about how best to do this – in order to achieve the changes we seek.
 
The successful applicant will need to have research and policy analysis experience, be able to understand and interpret scientific and economic information, be well organised and good at prioritising workload, have excellent written communication skills, have experience of developing relationships with a range of stakeholders and be a good team worker.   

​The position is a full time permanent role. 

Applications are welcome from New Zealand residents and those holding a current New Zealand work visa. WWF employees in other countries are welcome to apply if they can satisfy NZ immigration requirements.

You can find out more about this vacancy by downloading the position description to the right.
 
If this sounds like you, please email your CV and cover letter by Sunday 29th March 2015 to Linda Walsh: lwalsh@wwf.org.nz
 
For more information about the role, please contact Peter Hardstaff at phardstaff@wwf.org.nz or phone on 04 471 4281