For nature lovers who enjoy the sun, sailing, exploring charming cities and getting lost in the countryside, what better job than a job that can make them over $50,000 a year Allows to do everything that they like in the amount of up to.
This is a proposal from New Zealand’s Department of Conservation, which is looking for “biodiversity monitors” in Haast to patrol the most spectacular parts on the western edge of Mount Aspiring National Park in the South Island.
A proposal that was born with a purpose: to save Kiwi and bring Haast’s Tokka back from the brink of the abyss. as well as caring for lizards, waterfall geckos and skinks among other animals. An exciting job for nature lovers and most adventurous.
“The work is intended to take place in one of the most stunning natural environments in the country,” South Westland DOC operations manager Wayne Costello told the site. Belongings, But not only this, the employment also includes trips by boat and helicopter.
However, despite its many attractions, the offer is not getting the expected reception, in fact only three people have applied so far to get the job. According to Costello, because “it’s not for everyone. You have to be self-sufficient and able to work outside. If you’re interested in opera and theatre, this probably isn’t for you.”
The nearest supermarket is apparently two hours away and the hospital four, while mobile phone coverage is spotty. For this reason, given the lack of applicants, it has expanded the offer to attract new candidates from the Department of Conservation in New Zealand, sharing more details about the area’s attractions: the profuse tropical forests, glaciers and habitat Along with the Giant Mountains, it has the same World Heritage status as the Great Barrier Reef and the Grand Canyon.
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