Sea Fisheries Policy Manager – Isle of Man Government

The Sea Fisheries Policy Manager  is a technical post, primarily operating at the strategic, policy and future focused level.  The main purpose of the post is to support and work closely with the Director of Fisheries in developing a reliable, sustainable and profitable local fishing industry. The post holder, in conjunction with the Department’s Senior Management Team and other senior colleagues, will advise and assist the Chief Executive with research and the formulation of policies, strategy and objectives with specific regard to sea fisheries. This will include:-

  • In conjunction with the Director of Fisheries, provide fisheries policy advice to the Chief Executive, Minister and Political Members of the Department.
  • Develop, recommend and progress strategic policies and plans for the Directorate in order to achieve the Government’s aims with respect to the fishing industry.
  • Contribute to the development of fisheries policy for the Isle of Man and implement action plans to ensure that there is interface and flow of communication with the Industry, other Directorates/Departments and adjacent jurisdictions, as required

The hours for this post are 37 per week, and the post is graded Higher Executive Officer with a salary range of £35,333 – £42,902.

Upon application please give an example of how your behaviour demonstrates how you trust, value and respect your colleagues at work, in no more than 200 words.

Deadline for application: 20th January 2015

more info: http://cmscoms.com/?p=2836

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