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The role will see you support the project in managing its interface with the key commercial fisheries sector throughout all stages of project development.
The role will require management of all relevant fisheries stakeholder groups and development of key relationships, leading on fisheries-related liaison with regulators and other agencies, representing the developer on industry and regional fora and management of the Fisheries Liaison team.
• Serve as the key point of contact within the project for commercial fisheries stakeholders and lead on all relevant fisheries-related matters across the development and construction phases of the project.
• Develop and drive the commercial fisheries strategy for the project, with support from the consents and stakeholder engagement teams. This will require an understanding and appreciation of the fisheries landscape in Ireland, the ability to develop constructive relationships and innovative solutions as required.
• Review the current commercial fisheries team structure and resource support and identify any additional resources required, to ensure effective consultation with fisheries groups and independent fishers, to develop and maintain relationships. Maintain a detailed stakeholder engagement log of activities with all fisheries groups.
• Work closely with the Stakeholder Manager, Offshore Consents Manager and EIA team to develop and maintain proactive engagement with independent fishers, and local, regional and national fisheries stakeholders, including government representatives. This includes attendance at public and community meetings as required.
• An in depth understanding of the Irish fishing industry, practices, interests and issues.
• Relevant experience of working directly with fishers and fisheries stakeholder groups and of building strong relationships.
• Experience of working with multidisciplinary project teams to deliver key project outputs on time and within budget.
• Experience of stakeholder engagement including demonstrable negotiation skills. Involvement in developing commercial fisheries cooperation agreements preferred.
• A good understanding of Irish legislation, planning policy and regulatory environment.
• Ability to represent the interests of the project with relevant external stakeholders, including fisheries and community groups, statutory consultees, industry and regional forums.
• Ability to manage team members to ensure effective engagement with fisheries stakeholders and timely delivery of reports and information.
• Degree level or equivalent qualification preferred.
This is a long-term contract position with plenty of growth opportunities.
If you would like to learn more pleased apply with an updated CV!
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