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Join our team at Trees for Survival. See below for our open job opportunities.

Facilitator North Waikato

Trees for Survival (TfS) is a Charitable Trust providing an environmental restoration and education programme for primary and secondary school students.

The TfS programme takes students, whanau and local communities on a journey of growing native plants from seedlings at their school and then planting them out along streams and on erosion prone land. Together, they learn the importance of planting for climate action, biodiversity restoration & waterway rehabilitation.

The Facilitator is a part time position, responsible for leading, coordinating and developing the Trees for Survival environmental restoration and education programme.

Specifically, we are looking for a Facilitator to care for a cluster of our schools in Northwestern Waikato.

Your role is to ensure the Trees for Survival programme works effectively in all the allocated schools and includes the following tasks:

  • Liaising with schools, community groups and landowners.

  • Coordinating the potting on day September/October.

  • Counting plant species in November and February

  • Coordinating planting days (per school) between May-August.

  • Undertaking site monitoring and site assessments in January / February.

  • Data collection and reporting re plantings.

To be the right fit for this position you must be a person who is willing to get the job done, can work with a small, passionate, professional team and have a basic knowledge of native flora of Aotearoa New Zealand.

To Apply

If you feel you possess the above qualities and are drawn by the opportunity to contribute to the providing an environmental restoration and education programme for primary and secondary school students in the Northwestern Waikato, then apply now by submitting your cover letter and CV to

Applications for this role close 5pm, Wednesday 29th May 2024


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