The Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine (DAFM) is seeking to recruit five assistant agricultural inspectors.
The successful candidates will become members of the Agricultural Inspectorate team.
The Inspectorate team is responsible for bringing scientific expertise to bear on the development of the Irish agri-food sector, including the funding of Irish agri-food research programmes, and on the negotiation and enforcement of European Union and national legislation relating to agriculture.
Applicants in the following specialisms are being sought;
- Pest Risk Analysis;
- Bee Health;
- Plant Pathology (Bacteriology).
There are over 200 Agricultural Inspectorate personnel working in approximately 20 different work areas in the Department of Agriculture, Food and Marine.
The grading structure of the agricultural inspectorate comprises of a chief inspector, a director, senior inspectors, agricultural inspectors and assistant agricultural inspectors.
The advertisement was placed on PublicJobs.ie yesterday (Friday, June 7th) and the closing date for applications is June 27th.
For further details about the available positions, please see here.