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April

Fisheries Officer Pool

Government of South Australia - Adelaide, SA

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JOB DESCRIPTION

Department of Primary Industries and Regions
Job reference: 432026
Location: - VARIOUS -
Job status: Short Term Contract
Eligibility: Open to Everyone

The Opportunity

PIRSA Fisheries & Aquaculture maintains a pool of suitable candidates who subject to any vacancies occurring over the next 12 months, will be assessed for suitability and placement in Regionally based Fisheries Officer roles. This opportunity is to be part of the pool.

The Fisheries Officer is primarily responsible for providing a range of compliance services to the commercial and recreational fishing and aquaculture sectors, ensuring compliance with the Fisheries Management Act 2007, Aquaculture Act 2001 and associated legislation as they apply to the fishing industry. This includes making sure fishers know and understand fishing rules and requirements, providing a visible presence at all fishing locations at sea and on land, and where offending is detected, taking enforcement action as authorised under the Fisheries Management Act 2007.

The Fisheries Officer is required to communicate effectively by developing and maintaining collaborative relationships with stakeholders including internal PIRSA staff, fishers, industry representatives and the general community and be able to quickly resolve conflict situations. Fisheries Officers work in teams therefore applicants must always possess a team-first and safety focussed mindset.

Fisheries Officers receive extensive training to safely operate modern vessels, surveillance equipment and numerous systems and technologies. There is also an extensive focus on investigative skill development and related legal and administrative requirements.

Being a Fisheries Officer is a truly rewarding and exciting role. If you would like to work in a role that enables you to make a difference within your community and as part of a proud team, then we would encourage you to apply to be part of our pool.

About Us

Primary Industries and Regions SA, as a key economic development agency of the South Australian Government, works across a diverse range of industry sectors including agriculture, livestock, forestry, fishing and aquaculture and regional development. We involve and engage with others to ensure we make good decisions, have clear policies, plan and implement effective programs, drive relevant projects, promote efficient resource use and broker shared responsibility. In this way we enable the State’s primary industry sectors and regions to remain competitive, productive and sustainable.

Benefits

At PIRSA we offer our employees challenging and rewarding work, outstanding training and development opportunities and a flexible working environment. Fisheries Officers are also entitled to;

  • 13.1% allowance payable in addition to base salary
  • 5 weeks annual leave

Our Commitment to Diversity

PIRSA is committed to building a flexible, diverse and inclusive culture, planning for and promoting diversity. We welcome and encourage applications from diverse community groups and ages including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, LGBTIQ, people with disabilities, women and other diversity groups. PIRSA recognises the benefits that such an approach brings for our staff and customers in delivering the future of SA.

Special Conditions

  • To be considered for this position it is essential that you have a current SA Drivers Licence and a willingness to drive
  • Are prepared to re-locate to and reside in Regional locations
  • A pre-employment medical check and a medical clearance for the role
  • A National Police Check (NPC) prior to being made an offer of employment.


Requirements

  • Essential: Nil
  • Desirable: Marine qualifications including Coxswains, Master V and or MED, Completion of Certificate IV Government Investigations or similar. Previous experience in investigative and or compliance related roles.

Remuneration

OPS3 - $63,681 pa - $67,868 pa

Enquiries

Andrew Carr
Phone: 86 835315
Email: Andrew.carr@sa.gov.au
Website: www.pir.sa.gov.au

Application Instructions

All applications must be submitted online.

If you are interested in this opportunity, please submit a Covering Letter (no more than 3 pages) outlining your skills and experience in relation to the Professional and Technical Knowledge, Communication, Teamwork and Team Building capabilities of the role description and a current CV (no more than 5 pages). Applicants must include the contact information of at least 2 referees with 1 being your immediate supervisor/manager and a completed “Pre-Employment Declaration in the SA Public Sector” form.


Applications close: 20/04/2021 11:45 PM

Attachments:
- Application guidelines.pdf
- Role Description - OPS3 Fisheries Officer.pdf
- employment declaration.pdf

Flexibility Statement
The South Australian public sector promotes diversity and flexible ways of working including part-time. Applicants are encouraged to discuss the flexible working arrangements for this role.

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