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Fisheries Officer job description

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Job Summary

An opportunity for a committed person with a Fisheries or Ecology background to join the Fisheries team.  

 

You will provide effective and professional fisheries advice to internal and external customers as well as being involved in fisheries habitat enhancement projects, angling participation projects, incident response and some fisheries monitoring.

 

The main purpose is to interpret, advise and report on scientific and technical data to support the relevant team,  providing specialist advice  and guidance to contribute to environmental outcomes.

Main responsibilities-Fisheries Officer job description

Principal Accountabilities

 

Analyse, interpret and prepare reports on technical scientific data, providing good quality information to the relevant teams,

to support their decisions and to help them to protect the environment.

 

Investigate and comment on referred planning applications, providing a technical response to planning authorities, developers and environment management team in line with current Agency policy, to nfluence and promote sustainable development.

 

Advise, comment and recommend appropriate action on projects, plans and mitigation schemes within the area to improve habitats and restore environmental quality.  

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities-Fisheries Officer job description

 Co-ordinate and develop environmental improvements plans, in accordance with national legislation and policies to ensure compliant.

 

Provide effective and professional fisheries advice to fisheries, land owners, developers and to our own staff.  Often this will involve negotiation and providing evidence and justification to effect change.

A degree or equivalent in a relevant subject and/or experience in fisheries management, experience of successfully influencing

 and excellent communication skills are therefore essential.

 

The key experience and skills required for the post are as follows:

 

It is essential that you will have relevant experience in Fisheries management derived from vocational experience

and/or a degree in a relevant discipline, including good knowledge and practical experience of fisheries management

and freshwater ecology, knowledge and experience of delivering fisheries enhancements and fisheries survey techniques.  

 

It is essential that you are able to effectively communicate with, and influence, a wide range of customers and partners.  

 

The ability to communicate to a range of people verbally and in writing is essential, and experience of dealing with the media is desirable.

 

It would be desirable for you to have knowledge of current fisheries issues, environmental legislation,

and Environment Agency policies relating to fisheries.

 

Experience of dealing with incidents and enforcement would be beneficial, as would knowledge and practical experience

of other Fisheries work such as angling participation and access projects.

 

Possession of a full driving licence and the ability to swim are essential, and it is desirable that you have  experience or training in the use of off-road vehicles and boats.

 

 

Fisheries Officer job description