Fishery Officer - Fisheries Management, FAO

Catherine Morse
Catherine Morse • 18 July 2022
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The Fisheries and Aquaculture Division (NFI) is responsible for the economic, social, institutional, governance and policy aspects of FAO's activities related to fisheries and aquaculture and their development, with particular emphasis on human well-being, food security and poverty reduction; post-harvest utilization, marketing and trade with due regard to the protection of the environment, food security and the well-being of fishing communities; collection, compilation, validation, trend analysis and dissemination of the best available and up-to-date fishery statistics and for the syndication of the FAO information on all aspects of world fisheries and aquaculture. The Division is also responsible for FAO's activities related to the management and conservation of the living aquatic resources used by fisheries and aquaculture, including the biodiversity and ecosystem maintenance, with particular emphasis on most vulnerable and threatened species and habitats; management of responsible fisheries and aquaculture in accordance with modern management standards and best practices; development of fisheries technology, with due regard to the protection of the environment, food security and the well-being of fishing communities, including the safety of fishers and fishing vessels.

The Assessment and Management Team (NFIFM) is responsible for NFI's work related to the Assessment and Management of Fisheries, including the provision of evidence-based fisheries management advice and the development and implementation of the Ecosystem Approach to Fisheries, particularly as it applies to Fisheries Management.

The post is located in the Assessment and Management Team (NFIMF) in FAO headquarters, Rome, Italy.

 

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