The National Biodiversity Data Centre is recruiting for two new posts to join the small team in Waterford. Both posts are to expand the core work progammes delivered by the Data Centre in two priority areas, namely Invasive Species and Pollinator Monitoring. The two posts are:
Invasives Species Engagement Officer whose role is to coordinate engagement with key partners and sectors on the mitigation of the threat posed by invasive alien species, and to coordinate the reporting of actions taken to assist implementation of the EU Invasive Alien Species Regulations in Ireland, in support of National Parks and Wildlife Service. This post is funded by National Parks and Wildlife Service of the Department of Housing, Local Government and Hertiage.
A job description and details of how to apply for the post can be found here: Invasive Species Engagement Officer
National Pollinator Monitoring Scheme Officer whose role is to assist the development and implementation of a National Pollinator Monitoring Scheme as a key action of the All-Ireland Pollinator Plan 2021-2025. This post is funded jointly by the Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage, and the Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine.
A job description and details of how to apply for the post can be found here: National Pollinator Monitoring Scheme Officer
The National Biodiversity Data Centre is inviting applications from suitably qualified applicants for both posts. The closing date for applications is 17:00hrs on Sunday 11th July 2021.