Angling Trust Job Vacancies
GOVERNANCE AND BUSINESS MANAGER
ANGLING TRUST & FISH LEGAL
SALARY: CIRCA £25,000, DEPENDING ON EXPERIENCE, PLUS
The Angling Trust is the National Governing Body and representative organisation for all anglers in England. It is united in a collaborative relationship with Fish Legal, a separate membership association using the law to protect fish stocks and the rights of its members throughout the UK. Joint membership packages with Fish Legal are available for individuals, clubs, fisheries and other categories and the organisations work very closely together. Due to expansion of our organisations, we are seeking a motivated and well-organised person to fill a new role of Governance and Business Manager in our team of almost 50 people. The post holder will work closely with the Head of Finance and Business and the rest of his team to manage administration and governance at a national level. Due to a planned office re-location, the post will initially be homeworking until early 2016 when we expect to locate to the M5 corridor in the region of Worcester, after which the successful candidate will be office-based.
We are looking for someone who is very organised, diligent and efficient, with a keen eye for detail. Previous experience of supporting board meetings and/or senior executives would be very desirable.
Closing date for applications: Wednesday 26th August.
Please send applications to: Angling Trust, Strelley Hall, Strelley, Nottingham, NG8 6PE or by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
Opportunity to join the Marine Conservation & Access Group
The Angling Trust is looking for volunteers interested in joining its marine Conservation & Access Group (CAG). Members of the CAG are selected on the basis of their experience, knowledge or contribution to technical matters relating to sea fisheries, access and conservation.
The role of the CAG is to assist the Angling Trust with the development of policy on matters relating to sea angling, sea fisheries management, fish health and welfare, liaison with the IFCAs, MMO, Cefas, Natural England, Defra and other bodies which may influence outcomes in marine fisheries, environmental management and angling.
All members are required to be individual members of the Angling Trust. The CAG would be particularly interested in hearing from individuals in the North West, North East and East Anglia.
Members are expected to commit four days a year to quarterly meetings along with contributing to regular email correspondence. Out of pocket travel expenses and mileage will be payable to committee members for attending CAG meetings.
This is a great opportunity for any sea anglers with knowledge or skills in sea fisheries management and conservation to get involved with helping to develop national policy affecting sea angling, fish stocks and the marine environment.
Further information can be obtained through David Mitchell, Marine Campaigns Manager (07946 163131).
How to Apply:
Applicants should complete an application form and diversity monitoring form available below and send them by email, marked "Personal", to David Mitchell, Marine Campaigns Manager at email@example.com
Please note, the Angling Trust reserve the right to decide that no appointments should be made following applications received for this role.
Closing date for applications is Friday 14th August 2015.
More information on volunteering in angling HERE.