Dunedin is known as the wildlife capital of New Zealand. Thy have special creatures and special places they want to connect people with.
Urban Nature panels have been placed in various locations around Dunedin, to encourage people to pay attention to different elements of nature within the city. The panels have short thought-provoking statements with engaging images that provide a link to further information so that people can connect to something they may not have known about before.
By looking after the panels, you will play a part in helping connect people to nature. These panels will help connect more New Zealanders to nature and may even lead to them helping to contribute to conservation.
Main tasks involve:
Benefits of the role
All training will be provided, and you will be supported by a community ranger.
Approximately 16 hours per year.
Panels need to be changed at the beginning of each season (September, December, March, June) but timing is flexible, so you can work it in with your schedule.
The first step is to express your interest by filling out the form below. We will then put you in touch directly with the organisation for more information on the role and how to proceed.