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Recruitment campaign launches for Fisheries Officers in Tipperary

Monday, 28th January, 2019 8:00am
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Recruitment campaign launches for Fisheries Officers in Tipperary

Fisheries Officers Paul Reynolds and Dermot Long on patrol

Recruitment campaign launches for Fisheries Officers in Tipperary

Fisheries Officers Paul Reynolds and Dermot Long on patrol

Inland Fisheries Ireland has launched a recruitment campaign for seasonal fisheries officers in Tipperary and across the country. The seasonal positions offer an opportunity to protect and develop Ireland’s rivers, lakes and waterways during the summer months. There are up to 40 positions on offer across six River Basin Districts.


Fisheries Officers play a vital role in protecting, conserving, managing and developing Ireland’s precious natural fisheries resource. They help enforce Fisheries Legislation which protects against illegal fishing activity and support the development of the resource through the maintenance of angling infrastructure.


Roisin Bradley, Head of HR at Inland Fisheries Ireland said: “We are delighted to launch this recruitment campaign for seasonal Fisheries Officers. These roles offer an excellent opportunity to work in the field helping to protect and enhance Ireland’s rivers, lakes and coastline. Our Fisheries Officers are custodians of this precious natural fisheries resource. We are looking for people in Tipperary and across the country who enjoy working outdoors, who are passionate about protecting our fisheries resource and who have excellent interpersonal skills.”


The roles are available on a six month basis with contracts commencing from late April and training provided to all new recruits. The locations for the new positions will be based across the country in the following districts:


South Eastern River Basin District : Carrick on Suir, County Tipperary ; Enniscorthy, County Wexford ; New Ross, County Wexford .
Eastern River Basin District: Kilcoole, County Wicklow; Dundalk, County Louth; Drogheda, County Louth; CityWest, County Dublin.
South Western River Basin District: Farnanes, County Cork; Kenmare, County Kerry ; Killorglin, County Kerry; Bantry, County Cork .
Shannon River Basin District: Listowel, County Kerry ; Limerick, County Limerick;  Birr, County Offaly; Sheelin, County Westmeath .
Western River Basin District : Galway City and Ballinakill, County Galway, Ballina and Bangor Erris, County Mayo; Sligo.
North Western River Basin District :  Cavan Town and Letterkenny, Glenties, Ballyshannon, Gweedore, County Donegal.

The closing date for applications is 5pm on Friday, 8th of February 2019. To find out more about the roles and how to apply, visit www.fisheriesireland.ie/careers .

 

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