Natural Resources Department has vacancies for Compliance Fisheries Observer positions for one year in the first instance.  Observers are required to spend periods of up to ten weeks at a time at sea to monitor vessel compliance with current Fisheries legislation, relevant regulations and fishing licence conditions as set annually by the Director and play a critical role in the conservation and management of fisheries resources by gathering data essential to the sustainability of the Falkland Islands fisheries resources.

The successful applicant will be required to hold a minimum of 3 years’ at sea observer experience and ideally experience as a Fisheries Observer, Fisheries Enforcement Officer, Marine Off

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