Archives For Jobs at DOC

Thirty years ago on 1 April 1987, DOC was born. It was a national declaration that our country valued its nature and wild places.

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Turangi ranger Ian “Muscles” Read recently retired after working for DOC since 1987 — a combined 52 years of state service.

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An all-woman team assembled to take up the challenge of building a DOC-worthy cardboard craft for Te Anau’s annual cardboard boat race.

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Te Kuiti ranger Doug Taucher retires on Monday. Read about his 43 years as a ranger for the Forest Service then DOC.

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This year the Sir Peter Blake Trust, in partnership with DOC are offering 5 placements for Blake Ambassadors to work alongside leading scientists, conservators and rangers to gain field experience in their chosen area of study.

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Come behind the scenes and into the jobs and the personalities of the people who work at DOC. Today we profile Katrina Henderson, Regional Administration Officer, Franz Josef Glacier.

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Today we profile Richard Suggate, Partnership Development Manager and Cantabrian working in Wellington.

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