Applications are invited from suitably qualified applicants for the position of Manager, Monitoring, Control, Surveillance and Enforcement (MCSE).
This new position will be directly responsible for the provision of monitoring, control, surveillance and enforcement (MCSE) services and advice. The successful applicant will support the Director of the FMA to ensure the sustainable management and development of offshore fisheries in the Tokelau EEZ, consistent with applicable New Zealand law and relevant international obligations.
This is a contract position for three years and will be based in Fakaofo, Tokelau with extensive time based in Apia, Samoa. Travel throughout the Pacific region is a requirement of this position.
The Manager MCSE will report to the Director of the FMA. The FMA is a key agency of the Tokelau Administration, responsible for the delivery of fisheries services to enable the sustainable management and development of Tokelau’s offshore fisheries.
Applicants should have the following qualifications and experience:
This position is classified at Grade 8- Specialist Scale of the Tokelau Public Service Remuneration Framework.
How to apply
A copy of the job description is available on request from email@example.com.
ESSENTIAL: Applications must include:
Applications should be emailed with the subject line heading ‘FMA Manager MCSE’ to:
Mr Feleti Tulafono Mr Kele Lui
Director FMA HR Manager, National
T: +690 23113; Samoa +685 7600328 Tokelau Office, Apia
Applications must be received before 4.00 pm, Friday 21 May 2021. Late applications will not be considered.
The Land and the People of Tokelau:
Tokelau consists of three small coral atolls that lie between latitudes 8 and 10 degrees South and 171 and 173 degrees West. Atafu, the most northern atoll has a surface area of 3.5km2; Nukunonu, the central atoll is 4.7km2 and Fakaofo, the southern atoll is 4km2. From Atafu in the north to Fakaofo in the south, Tokelau extends for less than 200km and the atolls are 3-5 metres above sea level.