Month: February 2021

Cumbria Wildlife Trust are Recruiting a Project Officer – My Local Catch

Cumbria Wildlife Trust are Recruiting a Project Officer – My Local Catch Cumbria Wildlife Trust has an exciting opportunity for candidates who have a keen interest and passion for the marine environment, sustainable fisheries and seafood. The Project Officer will be part of a diverse marine programme across the North West, working to promote the… Read more »

Vacancy for Wind Turbine Technician Apprenticeship at Robin Rigg, Workington

A vacancy has arisen for a Wind Turbine Technician Apprenticeship at Robin Rigg, Workington RWE Renewables UK are offering the opportunity for motivated people to begin a career in renewable energy. This excellent 3 year apprentice scheme will enable the selected candidates to develop into technicians working on wind turbines. The first 2 years will… Read more »

Senior Scientist Vacancy with the North Western IFCA

A Senior Scientist Vacancy has arisen with the North Western IFCA. NWIFCA is lead regulator protecting the inshore marine environment and fisheries in NW England. NWIFCA District extends from the Welsh border in the south to the Scottish border in the north and seawards out to 6 miles. A senior vacancy is currently available in… Read more »

Scottish Inshore Fisheries Integrated Data System (SIFIDS) Project

The SIFIDS Project update! The Scottish Inshore Fisheries Integrated Data System (SIFIDS) Project was funded through the European Maritime Fisheries Fund and was allocated £1.53 million of funding to support research into the development of an integrated system for the collection, collation, analysis and interrogation of data from the Scottish inshore fishing fleet. The SIFIDS Project… Read more »

Seafood Producers Resilience Fund – Still time to apply

Eligible fishing vessels still have time to apply for funding from the Seafood Producers Resilience Fund. The Seafood Producers Resilience Fund will provide support to eligible shellfish catchers and eligible shellfish and trout aquaculture undertakings. These businesses have lost access to domestic and international food markets as a result of COVID-19, and the difficult trading… Read more »

Severn Estuary Partnership Manager

The Severn Estuary Partnership is looking for a Partnership Manager available to start immediately. Are you passionate about working with people to make a positive difference for the future of the Severn estuary? An exciting new opportunity has become available for an enthusiastic Partnership Manager to join the Severn Estuary Partnership (SEP) team. SEP is… Read more »

Help LOVEmyBEACH tackle coastal pollution

Help LOVEmyBEACH tackle coastal pollution. LOVEmyBEACH are calling on all regular beach users to help identify and report signs of coastal pollution, in order to prevent it damaging our North West coastline. Coastal pollution has the potential to harm our beaches, seas and wildlife. Various sources of pollution can impact bathing water quality and the… Read more »

Solway Review Launched

The Solway Review website is now live! The SMILE (Solway Marine Information, Learning, and Environment) Project has been working to design and populate the online Solway Review, an update to the 1996 Solway Review, and in the same style as Scotland’s Marine Atlas and Clyde Marine Region Assessment. The SMILE Project (funded though the European Maritime Fisheries Fund administered… Read more »

Solway Photo Series Launched

The SMILE project is launching an exciting new photo submission section of the project on social media! The SMILE project is looking for YOU to submit your images from around the Solway for inclusion in a special section of the new Solway Review. There are so many astonishingly talented amateur photographers around the Solway Firth… Read more »

Clyde Marine Planning Partnership Co-ordinator Vacancy

Clyde Marine Planning Partnership is advertising for a new Coordinator. NatureScot is recruiting for a post to support the Clyde Marine Planning Partnership (CMPP) during finalisation of the Clyde Regional Marine Plan (CRMP). For more information visit NatureScot