Job Vacancy- Fisheries Project Officer at NWWAC Secretariat, Dublin

Job Title: Fisheries Project Officer – Discard Plan Development

Contract duration: 6 months

Starting date: September 2014

Salary scale: €24,911 – €27,180 per annum

Location: NWWAC Secretariat, c/o BIM Head Office, Crofton Road, Dun Laoghaire, Dublin (Ireland)

Required Qualifications:

A primary degree in: a Marine Science, Environmental Sciences, Natural Resources, Fisheries Biology, Economics, European Union Policy or EU Law; Proven professional experience in EU or national fisheries policy; An excellent command of the English Language, along with an intermediate oral and written level in French and/or Spanish; A high level of computer literacy with MS Office package (mainly Word and Excel), Outlook and Google Docs; Strong report writing and communication skills and the ability to work in multidisciplinary and multilingual environment.

Desirable qualifications:

A postgraduate degree in Fisheries Science or Fisheries Economics; Command of mapping tools and processing of GIS information; A knowledge of the EU data collection framework; economics into EU fisheries policy; Work experience in international teams; A commitment and ability to work to both strict and short deadlines.

Applicants should send a letter of application along with a current curriculum vitae in English, in the Europass format (http://europass.cedefop.europa.eu/en/home) by email to: nwwac@bim.ie

For further information about the position contact Alexandre Rodriguez at: rodriguez@bim.ie

 

Deadline for application: Friday 15th August 2014 09:00 GMT

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