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IFI Recruiting Seasonal Fishery Officers

6th March 2013
IFI Recruiting Seasonal Fishery Officers

#Jobs - Inland Fisheries Ireland (IFI) is currently seeking to recruit a number of staff as fishery officers nationally for periods of up to a maximum of six months' duration during 2013 and will shortly commence a process to fill these positions. Interviews are expected to take place from 9-11 April 2013.

Fishery officers will be primarily concerned with the implementation and enforcement of the provision of the Fisheries Acts, Water Pollution Acts and other relevant statutory provisions.

The successful candidates are required to provide, in co-operation with other fisheries staff, comprehensive conservation and protection services, inland and at sea - as well as comprehensive improvement, and 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.

A number of positions will be concerned with assisting either directly or indirectly in fisheries related research projects.

Salary will be at the first point of the fishery officer scale (€22,349) plus an unsocial hours allowance paid at either 50% or 100% relative to the number of unsocial hours worked.

Applications (a cover letter and up-to-date CV) should be posted for the attention of Norma Brophy, Inland Fisheries Ireland, Swords Business Campus, Swords, Co Dublin or via email to [email protected] by close of business on Monday 18 March 2013. Please note that late applications will not be processed. Enquiries to Norma Brophy at 01 884 2662.

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