Bord Iascaigh Mhara / BIM is pleased to welcome applications from suitably qualified and experienced candidates for the post of:
Business Development Executive (Seafood)
(HEO, Permanent and Full-time)
BIM is a non-commercial semi-state body, formally established by statute (Irish Sea Fisheries Act 1952) and an agency of the Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine (DAFM). It is the Irish State agency responsible for developing the Irish seafood industry. BIM’s strategy aims to enhance the competitiveness of the Irish seafood sector focusing on the following five key strategic priorities: Sustainability, Skills, Innovation, Competitiveness, Leadership.
The organisation has six business units: Seafood Technical Services, Skills Development Services, Corporate Services, Development and Innovation Services, Economic and Strategic Services, and Corporate Communications. BIM’s head-office is in Dun Laoghaire, Co. Dublin.
In supporting the seafood sector, BIM’s staff are also strategically located in the coastal communities which they serve, including offices in Galway and Killybegs. In addition, BIM’s two training colleges are located in Greencastle, Co. Donegal and Castletownbere, Co. Cork. Finally, BIM’s SIH (Seafood Innovation Hub) is located in Clonakilty, Co. Cork where it supports innovation and sustainability among Ireland’s seafood industry.
Brief description of Role
The Pelagic Development Officer is a client facing role that will support the seafood sector with the focus on pelagic to enhance competitiveness within its core commodity focus whilst also diversifying into higher value product opportunities. Integrating new commodity processes, extending the processing season through market led value-add opportunities, enhancing value from established and under-utilised resources and adopting green and sustainability initiatives will be key elements.
In accordance with the Public Sector, Department of Finance the approved Salary Scale is a salary range of €50,848 – €64,038 (as at 1st February 2022) per annum pro-rated with time worked.
How to apply:
A full C.V. together with a letter of application and completed BIM application form, summarising experience and skill sets applicable to the position should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. or posted to Human Resources of BIM, 12 Crofton Road, Dun Laoghaire, Co. Dublin.
Please note that late applications will not be accepted. A full job description, and the required application form are available here.
If you have any queries or for additional information, please contact email@example.com.
BIM is an Equal Opportunities Employer
Tá áthas ar Bhord Iascaigh Mhara / BIM fáilte a chur roimh iarratais ó dhaoine atá cuícháilithe agus a bhfuil taithí chuí acu don phost seo a leanas:
Feidhmeannach Forbartha Gnó (Bia Mhara)
(AOF, Buan agus Lánaimseartha)
Maidir le BIM
Is comhlacht leathstáit neamhthráchtála é BIM a bunaíodh go foirmiúil faoi reacht (An tAcht Iascaigh Mhara, 1952) agus is gníomhaireacht de chuid na Roinne Talmhaíochta, Bia agus Mara (DAFM) é. Is é BIM gníomhaireacht Stáit na hÉireann atá freagracht as tionscal bia mara na hÉireann a fhorbairt. Tá sé d’aidhm ag straitéis BIM feabhas a chur ar iomaíochas earnáil bia mara na hÉireann trí dhíriú ar na cúig phríomhthosaíocht straitéiseacha seo a leanas: Inbhuanaitheacht, Scileanna, Nuálaíocht, Iomaíochas, Ceannaireacht.
Tá sé aonad gnó san eagraíocht: Seirbhísí Teicniúla Bia Mara, Seirbhísí um Fhorbairt Scileanna, Seirbhísí Corparáideacha, Seirbhísí Forbartha agus Nuálaíochta, Seirbhísí Eacnamaíochta agus Straitéiseacha agus Cumarsáid Corparáideach. Is i nDún Laoghaire, Co. Bhaile Átha Cliath atá Ceannoifig BIM lonnaithe.
Chun tacú leis an earnáil Bia Mara, tá foireann BIM lonnaithe go straitéiseach sna pobail le cósta a mbíonn siad ag freastal orthu, lena n-áirítear oifigí i nGaillimh agus sna Cealla Beaga. Chomh maith leis sin tá dhá choláiste oiliúna BIM lonnaithe sa Chaisleán Nua, Co. Dhún na nGall agus i mBaile Chaisleáin Bhéarra, Co. Chorcaí. Ar deireadh, tá SIH (Mol Nuálaíochta Bia Mara) BIM lonnaithe i gCloch na Coillte, Co. Chorcaí, áit a dtacaíonn sé le nuálaíocht agus le hinbhuanaitheacht i dtionscal bia mara na hÉireann.
Cur síos gairid ar an Ról
Is ról é post an Feidhmeannas Forbartha Gnó a bhaineann le labhairt le cliaint é agus a thacóidh leis an earnáil an bhia mhara agus an fócas ar pheiligeach d’fhonn iomaíochas a neartú laistigh den phríomhfhócas tráchtearraí fad a dhéantar éagsúlú i dtreo deiseanna táirgí a mbaineann luach níos airde leo. Ar na príomhghnéithe beidh próisis tráchtearraí nua a chomhtháthú, síneadh a chur le séasúr na próiseála trí dheiseanna breisluacha faoi stiúir an mhargaidh, tuilleadh luacha a chur le hacmhainní bunaithe agus tearcúsáidte agus tionscnaimh ghlasa agus inbhuanaitheachta a ghlacadh.
I gcomhréir leis an Scála Tuarastail atá ceadaithe ag an Roinn Airgeadais don Earnáil Phoiblí, beidh raon tuarastail €50,848 – €64,038 (amhail an 1 Feabhra 2022) i gceist in aghaidh na bliana pro-rata i ndáil leis an am a bheidh oibrithe.
An tSlí chun iarratas a dhéanamh:
Ba chóir C.V. iomlán chomh maith le litir iarratais agus foirm iarratais chomhlánaithe ina ndéantar cur síos ar thaithí agus scileanna a bhaineann leis an bpost, a sheoladh ar ríomhphost chuig firstname.lastname@example.org nó a sheoladh sa phost chuig Rannóg Acmhainní Daonna BIM, 12 Bóthar Crofton, Dún Laoghaire, Co. Bhaile Átha Cliath.
Tabhair ar aird nach nglacfar le hiarratais a bheidh déanach. Tá tuairisc iomlán ar an bpost, agus an fhoirm iarratais atá de dhíth le fáil anseo.
Má bhíonn aon cheist agat nó má bhíonn eolas breise de dhíth ort, déan teagmháil le email@example.com.
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Last Updated: 28/01/2022