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Employer:
Ministry for Primary Industries
Job Category:
Primary industry, trade & manufacturing
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Region:
Hamilton
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PD Compliance Officer – Fisheries.docx (Word, 76KB)
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Job Description

 

 

  • Are you interested in the sustainability of New Zealand’s fisheries sector
  • Are you passionate about educating people about New Zealand’s fisheries rules and will be dedicated in implementing the associated fisheries regulations and/or legislation?

 

 

What is a Fishery Officer?

 

A Fishery Officer is first and foremost an enforcement officer delivering a range of compliance services within their region. The services include activities such as education, inspections, land-based and at-sea patrols, monitoring; intelligence gathering, prosecutions, customary liaison, and analysis – no two days are the same!

 

The working life of Fishery Officer is varied and interesting. On any given day you may find yourself patrolling the beaches and boat ramps, interacting with the public, inspecting recreational and/or commercial fishing vessels, preparing a file for prosecution, taking part in a surveillance operation, gathering intelligence on fisheries offending, and/or analysing fisheries information. Developing and maintaining relationships with tangata whenua and stakeholder groups who use the fisheries resource is also an important aspect of this role.

 

 

What will you need to be a successful Fishery Officer?

 

  • Minimum of NCEA Level 3 Maths and English or similar other qualification or experience which demonstrates sufficient capability in these areas
  • You can demonstrate that you are an achiever in both an individual and in a team context
  • You have an understanding of the Treaty of Waitangi and its importance in a NZ Fishery context
  • Possess basic knowledge of the marine environment and the NZ Fishery framework
  • Are able to build and sustain positive working relationships with internal and external stakeholders
  • Competent in the use of the Microsoft Office Suite of programmes
  • Experience in analytical (especially computer based) work
  • The ability and agreement to work non-sociable hours
  • Previous experience in a law enforcement role (desirable but not critical)
  • A sense of humour

 

 

Key Responsibilities will include:

 

  • Provide comprehensive and effective surveillance services that achieve optimal levels of compliance.
  • Assist in the detection, investigation and prosecution of offending against Fishery legislation.
  • Gather, document, store and analyse information on all fishing and associated sectors, using all the systems available in the workplace as appropriate.
  • Maintain a detailed knowledge and understanding of the principles, rationale and objectives of all relevant Fishery legislation and the impact of that legislation on all aspects of the Fishery enforcement environment.
  • Develop and maintain effective communication and professional working relationships between the Regional Compliance structures, the wider Ministry and relevant external agencies.
  • Support effective communication and working relationships between the Ministry for Primary Industries and tangata whenua.
  • Pass and maintain an appropriate level of physical fitness and defensive tactics skills, which will enable the effective execution of the full range of Fishery Officer duties (including at-sea patrols and vessel boarding).
  • Continually develop and maintain own performance and competence consistent with the needs of the role and future development.

 

 

If you are successful, you will be expected to attend and successfully complete a comprehensive residential training course of up to four weeks.  Willingness to travel within New Zealand is required as is working unsociable hours.  The role is an enforcement role, requiring maturity and resilience but can provide real satisfaction within a supportive and inclusive workforce.  Join our team and feel both empowered and supported to make a difference in the sustainability of New Zealand’s fisheries sector.

 

If this sounds like you and you have the motivation and desire to be successful within a dynamic team, we would encourage you to submit an application. Your cover letter and CV will be assessed against the bullet points listed above.

 

For tracking purposes, please submit your application online with your cover letter and CV outlining your skills and experience relevant to this role and why interests you about joining MPI.  For further information around the recruitment process, email Elvis.Madar@mpi.govt.nz.

 

MPI is an equal opportunity employer and committed to providing a working environment that embraces and values diversity and inclusion. Your unique talents and experience will help us deliver exceptional services to New Zealand. In return you’ll enjoy an inclusive and flexible working environment in a diverse team of people while you’re growing your career. We actively encourage applications from any background.

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https://careers.mpi.govt.nz/jobtools/apCustomAppMgr.WelcomeScreen?in_jnCounter=223400182&in_organid=18152&in_site=jobs.govt.nz&in_template_orgid=18152

 

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