Forestry Land Adviser
Consultant Rossana Lynn
Date posted 21 March 201822 Fanshawe Street Auckland 1010 Robert Walters New Zealand
A newly created position that allows you to influence the growth of a large forestry portfolio.
Te Tumu Paeroa is an independent, professional trustee organisation which protects and grows assets on behalf of over 95,000 Māori landowners. They manage 2,000 trusts, companies and joint ventures across 100,000 hectares of Māori freehold land.
The Land Development team is a nationwide team of highly skilled professionals passionate about Maori development. The team is currently working with Trusts that have a diverse range of interests from wind farms, honey, forestry, industrial development, cropping, kiwifruit, sphagnum moss, dairy and lots more.
The Land Adviser Forestry is a newly created role that reports through to the Land Development Manager. It carries an important core function of providing advice and support to Trustees in the management and growth of their forestry assets.
This is a great opportunity for someone with strong exposure to the forestry industry or for a new forestry graduate looking to kick start their career.
- Audit the existing forestry portfolio to allow better data and reporting
- Undertake a strategic review of the portfolio and make recommendations for any required changes
- Work closely with internal and external stakeholders to put together business plans
- Monitor performance and growth of the forestry portfolio
- Experience in forestry or a Bachelor degree majoring in forestry required
- Strong relationship management and stakeholder engagement skills
- Experienced across finance functions, such as modelling and using spreadsheets
- Must hold a clean driver licence and have confidence driving 4WD vehicles
- Working knowledge of current Health and Safety practices and legislation
- Culturally aware and confident operating within the Maori space
Working for Te Tumu Paeroa offers the opportunity to work for a dynamic and vibrant organisation that holds fantastic values in accordance to Māori land and Māori heritage.
Additional benefits include five weeks annual leave, a company vehicle, health and well-being allowance and training and development opportunities.
If you are a proactive individual who displays initiative, enjoys problem solving and engages well with others, then this could be the role for you.
Robert Walters endeavours to review all applications in a maximum of five working days. If you have not received correspondence within this timeframe please do not hesitate to contact Rossana Lynn on 04 471 9743.