Paul Coulson | September 25th 2021
We are looking for enthusiastic, self-motivated professionals, with excellent technical and inter-personal skills and a proven track record of managing competing workloads. You will work collaboratively with others both within the team and across the business to provide top quality fisheries advice and guidance. The role is full of variety and will require significant office based and frequent field based activity.
The team has strong focus on delivering Water Framework Directive (WFD) outcomes and targets of the 25 year Environment Plan through our operational and regulatory activities and fisheries improvement projects. We have a strong customer focus on partnership working with local angling groups issuing fisheries management advice and develop opportunities to improve the fisheries environment.
Strong communication, collaboration and influencing skills, organisational & time management skills , adaptability, resilience and initiative are key requirements.
Experience of project management, partnership collaboration and or habitat management is advantageous.
Driving in the UK, walking over rough ground during field visits and swimming competence for work in or near water are essential occupational requirements.
Field skills including working in rivers and lakes, fish species monitoring & identification, managing fish stocks using electric fishing, seine netting, boat handling and off-road driving would be an advantage.
Working knowledge of the Herts, North London area catchments and fisheries resource would be an advantage.
The role requires that you have a full driving licence.
Ability to support environmental incident response, including some out of hours and unsocial hours working including weekends/evenings.