Vacancies at AIFCA

The following are career opportunities from AIFCA and our regions.

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Exciting opportunities to participate in the management of inshore fisheries and marine conservation

Whether it be by applying to become a General Member of the IFCA committee (the IFCA governing boards) or applying for a position in the IFCA professional service, IFCAs provides a unique opportunity to make a real difference to coastal communities.

On this page you will find details of what becoming a General Member involves and how to apply. A rolling programme of recruitment allows you to apply now to be considered for a role in these important positions.

Here we also showcase vacancies that arise in each of the IFCAs. IFCAs employ for a wide range of positions including for fisheries enforcement specialists, administrators, fisheries scientists, marine managers as well as vessel skippers and support staff roles. More details of current and recent salaried and voluntary positions are below.

The IFCAs are at the forefront of marine and fisheries management in England and it is an exciting time to join these dynamic teams. Be sure to check this site for vacancies as well as the local IFCAs websites.

Kent & Essex IFCA – Cockle Officer

Kent & Essex IFCA – Cockle Officer

Are you passionate about marine conservation and sustainable fisheries? Do you have a keen eye for detail and a love for the coastal environment? This role offers a unique opportunity to make a positive impact on the coastal environment and the livelihoods of local...

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Could you be a IFCA General Member?

Could you be a IFCA General Member?

The MMO has been given responsibility by Defra to manage the process of making appointments of General Members to IFCA Committees. The MMO operates a rolling campaign for the recruitment of IFCA General Members, which will be open to receiving applications for all...

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Previous Vacancies

it is only by leading, championing and managing a sustainable marine environment and inshore fisheries that we can be successful as an Association.

Tony Tomlinson MBE

Chairman, Association of IFCA