The National Biodiversity Data Centre is looking to appoint an Invasive Species Programme Manager.
One of the key work programmes of the National Biodiversity Data Centre is around Invasive Alien Species. The Centre has built a large knowledge-base around invasive species in Ireland https://invasives.ie/, it manages the National Invasive Species database, provides alerts for newly arrived species, and it provides supports to Government departments on the implementation and reporting of EU Invasive Species Regulations and other invasive species policy areas. The Centre will have an expanded work programme around invasive alien species in 2024, with the delivery of a large, multi-annual project funded under the Shared Island Invasive Species and Biosecurity initiative. To ensure the effective management of the entire Invasive Species work programme of the Centre, we are seeking to appoint an Invasive Species Programme Manager to join the National Biodiversity Data Centre team. This is an exciting opportunity for the successful candidate to play a leadership role in delivering on public policy on invasive species and the conservation of biodiversity in Ireland.
Deadline for application is 5pm Wednesday January 2024.
For more information view the Candidate Information Booklet: https://invasives.ie/app/uploads/2024/01/Information-Booklet-Invasive-Species-Programme-Manager-English_Jan2024.pdf
Leabhran Eolais d’Iarrthoiri: https://invasives.ie/app/uploads/2024/01/Information-Booklet-Invasive-Species-Programme-Manager-Irish.pdf