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Job vacancies at North Eastern IFCA

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North Eastern Inshore Fisheries and Conservation Authority is one of 10 authorities covering the English coast. 

Our primary statutory function is to manage the sustainable exploitation of sea fisheries resources. This is delivered through the monitoring of activities and enforcement of appropriate management measures including local and national regulations.

As an Authority, we are proud of the work we do and the goals we are striving to achieve in terms of the delivery sustainable marine resource management and we are looking for like-minded people to join our organisation. 

Following the completion of an organisational review we currently have several exciting opportunities in a wide range of disciplines, offering a unique opportunity to make a difference to the sustainable management of sea fisheries resources and gain valuable experience in a thriving and supportive workplace.

We are seeking to recruit applicants for the following vacancies to support our operational activities, the duties are varied, and no two days will be the same.


IFCO Crew/Engineer

Post Number: PN0281515

£31,490 - £35,582 + unsociable hours allowance (time plus one third for any hours worked between 6pm and 6am) for average 42 hours per week

Based in Whitby, North Yorkshire, on board the Authority’s main fisheries vessel North Eastern Guardian III, routine duties include supporting the First Engineer in the day-to-day maintenance of the vessel, its engines and all ancillary equipment. The role also includes supporting the enforcement of marine legislation and the delivery of marine research and survey work. 


IFCA Crew/Engineer - Employee Specification (pdf 300kb)

IFCA Crew/Engineer - Job Outline (pdf 94kb)

IFCA Crew/Engineer - Application for Employment (pdf 119kb)


IFCO Crew/Environmental & Scientific Officer

Post Number: PN0488689

£31,490 - £35,582 + unsociable hours allowance (time plus one third for any hours worked between 6pm and 6am) for average 42 hours per week

Based in Whitby, North Yorkshire, on board the Authority’s main fisheries vessel North Eastern Guardian III, routine duties include working under the direction of the Offshore Operations Manager and First Mate and liaising with the Environmental and Scientific and land-based enforcement teams. 

You will play an essential role in supporting the safe operations of the vessel, as well as supporting the delivery of the Authority’s marine research and survey programmes, collating and analysing data and producing reports. The role also includes supporting the enforcement of marine legislation.

Previous experience in the use of acoustic monitoring systems and techniques would be an advantage.


NEIFCA IFCO Crew Environmental & Scientific Officer Job Outline (pdf 94kb)

Environmental & Scientific Officer - Employee Specification (pdf 209kb)

IFCA Crew Environmental & Scientific Officer - Application Form for Employment (word 119kb)


Environmental & Scientific Officer/IFCO x 2 Posts

£27,741 - £31,346 + unsociable hours allowance (time plus one third for any hours worked between 6pm and 6am) for average 37 hours per week

Based in Bridlington, East Yorkshire, routine duties include supporting the Authority’s marine research and survey programmes including working on board commercial fishing vessels, collating and analysing data and producing reports. The role also involves enforcing marine legislation and supporting operational activity throughout the Authority’s district both onshore and offshore. 

Previous experience in the use of Geographical Information Systems would be an advantage.


NEIFCA Environmental & Scientific Officer-IFCO Job Outline (pdf 94kb)

NEIFCA Application form Environmental & Scientific Officer IFCO (word 119kb)



Assistant Operational Support Officer

£20,092 - £22,627 for average 37 hours per week

Based in Bridlington, East Yorkshire, working under the direction of the Operational Support Manager, routine duties include supporting the general administrative and clerical functions to North Eastern Inshore Fisheries and Conservation Authority.

You should have previous experience in taking calls and handling queries from members of the public, using office based IT software packages and working within a small team in a very busy and dynamic office environment.

NEIFCA Assistant Operational Support Officer - Job Outline (pdf 93kb)

NEIFCA Assistant Operational Support Officer - Employee Specification (pdf 301kb)

NEIFCA Assistant Operational Support Officer - Application Form (word 119kb)


Closing date

Closing date for all applications: Friday 25 June 2021 with interviews held week commencing 12 July 2021.

Completed application forms can be posted to:

NEIFCA
Town Hall
Quay Road
Bridlington
YO16 4LP 

or emailed to ne-ifca@eastriding.gov.uk 

Please note: that only applications submitted on the official NEIFCA form will be considered.

If you would like any further information or an informal discussion about any of the vacancies please contact the Chief Officer, David McCandless on 07771 936501 or the Environmental and Scientific Manager, Tim Smith on 07810 637297. 

The Authority is pursuing a policy of Equal Opportunities in Employment.

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