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IFI Seeks General Operatives For Donegal, Cavan & Roscommon

10th July 2017
IFI Seeks General Operatives For Donegal, Cavan & Roscommon

#Jobs - Inland Fisheries Ireland is currently seeking to recruit a number of staff as General Operatives in Donegal, Cavan and Roscommon for periods of up to a maximum of four-and-a-half months’ duration during 2017.

The main duties associated with these positions are to:

  • Provide, in co-operation with other fisheries staff, comprehensive improvement, development and fisheries management support services within any part of a fisheries district and/or any other area assigned within one or more fisheries districts.
  • Erect and maintain stiles and footbridges, and clear weeds.
  • Work on improving the approach to all fisheries.
  • Construct small car parks.
  • Clear heavy growth along banks and shores.
  • Erect fishing stands, platforms and catwalks for angling.
  • Carry out work such as the operation of hand tools and machinery.
  • Carry out concrete and timber work within their capabilities.
  • Undertake any other duties of a general nature which may be assigned.

Please note a full driving licence valid in the State is required.

Interviews are expected to be carried out the week commencing Monday 24 July (exact dates to be confirmed).

Salary is €26,568 on the first point of the General Operative Scale (as at 1 April 2017).

Applications (a cover letter and up-to-date CV) should be sent to to [email protected], quoting ‘HR/GO/2017’, by 5pm on Wednesday 19 July. All enquiries to [email protected]. Late applications will not be processed.

Inland Fisheries Ireland is an equal opportunities employer. Canvassing will disqualify.

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