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About the job
The position will be based nationally
The Marine Management Organisation (MMO) is an executive non-departmental public body of the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs.
We license and regulate marine activities in the seas around England and Wales so that they're carried out in a sustainable way.
Were responsible for:
Managing and monitoring fishing fleet sizes and quotas for catches.
Ensuring compliance with fisheries regulations, such as fishing vessel licences and quotas for fish and seafood.
Managing funding programmes for fisheries activities.
Planning and licensing for marine construction, deposits and dredging that may have an environmental, economic or social impact.
Making marine nature conservation byelaws.
Dealing with marine pollution emergencies, including oil spills.
Helping to prevent illegal, unregulated and unreported fishing worldwide.
Producing marine plans to include all marine activities, including those we dont directly regulate.
More information about our work is on the GOV.UK website.
Four roles are available across a wide range of fisheries responsibilities within the Fisheries Management, and Fisheries Transition and Delivery Teams.
The roles will lead the delivery of the MMOs statutory responsibilities relating to:
the effective operation of English producer organisations (POs)
Fisheries management plans
The leadership and management for the coordination and delivery of the MMO/Defra Regional Fisheries Groups.
Management of short-term projects to support the UKs transition from EU fisheries management and other domestic fisheries reform initiatives
Please refer to the attached candidate pack for full job details
FAILURE TO USE THE MMO CV TEMPLATE ATTACHED WILL RESULT IN YOUR APPLICATION NOT BEING SIFTED.
ResponsibilitiesPlease refer to Job Description
Learning and development tailored to your role
An environment with flexible working options
A culture encouraging inclusion and diversity
A Civil Service pension
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