Reporting to the chief executive, the successful recruit will lead on policy, regulatory and technology assessment relevant to the maritime safety domain, and engagement with national and international stakeholders.
The role also demands translating associated opportunities and requirements into the design, development and delivery of new AToN (aid to navigation) systems and information services.
Suitable candidates should have, among other things, an understanding of maritime safety requirements and a solid background within the navigation technology sector, with previous experience within a leadership role at national or international level.
Preference will be given to those with knowledge of national and international maritime safety policy and regulation, and an understanding of e-navigation.
The closing date for applications is Sunday 14 October. The Irish Maritime Development Office website has more on the role and application details HERE.