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WHAT WE CAN ACHIEVE TOGETHER
- The Fisheries Policy Associate supports the work of the Ocean Governance team, by:
Building, engaging and maintaining a network of key stakeholders and decision-makers in Europe;
- Defining and implementing strategies to successfully deliver our objectives in Europe;
Providing research and policy support to the Ocean Governance team;
- Scoping out and engaging in opportunities to expand our programme to new geographies.
The position will be based at either The Nature Conservancy’s London or Brussels offices. Successful candidates will need to provide proof of eligibility to work in either the UK or Belgium. This is a term-limited position ending 31st December 2024, with contract renewal subject to funding.
The Fisheries Policy Associate provides research and policy support to the Ocean Governance team, particularly in the area of illegal, unreported and unregulated (IUU fishing) in Europe and other countries. They serve as a liaison between the team and external partners, assisting in the delivery of coalition projects. The Fisheries Policy Associate builds, engages and maintains a network of key stakeholders and decision-makers in Europe, and assists in influencing the outcome of policy as part of the Ocean Governance agenda. They follow and coordinate internal procedures, facilitate internal coordination, coordinates meetings, agenda and presentations, and conducts other activities to support our programme’s visibility internally. They provide financial and administrative services, such as monitoring of budgets, processing invoices and maintaining good relationships with vendors/consultants.