Job title: Compliance Officer
Section: Fisheries Monitoring and Compliance
Job type: Full-time position with a three-year contract
Commencing salary: $71,683
Commencement date: July 2019
The Compliance Officer is accountable to the Fishery Monitoring and Compliance (FMC) Manager for monitoring the compliance by CCAMLR Members with the Commission’s conservation measures. This includes continuous real-time monitoring and evaluation of the CCAMLR Catch Documentation Scheme (CDS), and other compliance systems (e.g vessel monitoring system (VMS)), and examination of compliance-related data submissions for quality and accuracy.
This position will support the FMC Manager to produce high-quality compliance analysis and reporting to the Secretariat and the Commission. The position will work with the FMC Data Officer to achieve these results.
Applicants must address the following selection criteria:
Academic and other qualifications
Possession of a relevant tertiary or vocational qualification or certification (fisheries, law/governance, administration, compliance, or regulation). Significant equivalent relevant experience may also be considered.
Significant numerical ability evidenced through tertiary or vocational qualification.
Work experience and skills
Minimum five years of relevant experience in fisheries or environmental regulatory compliance, or a related field.
Experience with a catch documentation scheme or with supply chain traceability
Experience with acquiring and analysing trade data, compliance data and other data
Experience with databases and data analytic systems, including Excel, Access or similar
Experience working in a multilateral compliance environment.
Excellent time management, organisational and record management skills
High-level communication skills.
Excellent Microsoft Office skills, particularly MS Access, Excel and PowerPoint for the management, extraction and presentation of routine database queries
Experience with web-based data entry and maintenance
Experience with international organisations.
Other qualities or behaviours
Ability to work in a multi-cultural, multi-skilled environment
Strong teamwork skills.
Employment terms and conditions
The position will be for a contract period of 3 years with a probation period of 3 months.
Offers up to 15.8% employer superannuation contribution.
Costs of relocation to Hobart will not be paid.
Applicants must already have the right to work in Australia and be a national of a country which is a Member of CCAMLR.
Applications, including a cover letter, statement addressing the selection criteria, résumé and the names and contact details of two professional referees, should be forwarded to:
Dr David Agnew, Executive Secretary, recruitment [at] ccamlr [dot] org
Applications close on 31 May 2019 at 5pm (Hobart time).
Further information, including the position description can be found here.
For any questions, please contact the Fisheries Monitoring and Compliance Manager, Bonney Webb, on 03 6210 1102 or recruitment [at] ccamlr [dot] org.