Welcome to the Association of IFCAs
The aim of the Association of Inshore Fisheries and Conservation Authorities (The Association) is to assist and promote the regional IFCAs to ensure that the authorities develop a leading and effective national role in fisheries and conservation management in line with the IFCA vision.
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Exciting opportunity to manage inshore fisheries and conservation
The Marine Management Organisation (MMO) is looking to recruit members for the Eastern, North Western, North Eastern and Northumberland Inshore Fisheries and Conservation Authorities (IFCAs).
Each IFCA needs members who will take a balanced approach to caring for our seas, assessing the priority and importance of all users and stakeholders. The vacancies are an opportunity for someone who wants to improve the quality of the inshore area.
For more information, including how to apply for a position, please visit the MMO website at the following link.
The deadline for applications is as follows:
Northumberland IFCA: 12:00 Wednesday 16 May 2018
North Eastern IFCA: 12:00 Monday 28 May 2018
Eastern IFCA: 12:00 Thursday 31 May 2018
North Western IFCA: 12:00 Friday 8 June 2018
Please note that the MMO are responsible for appointing local people with relevant expertise to IFCA committees and that Eastern IFCA does not play any part in the process.