supervise technical and support staff.
skills required to interact with colleagues from member countries and non-member countries involved in tuna fisheries of the Western and Central Pacific Ocean and to present fishery- and database-related material at national and international forums.
relevant practical experience at the required level in international tuna fisheries, with preference for experience in the Western and Central Pacific Ocean.
If anglophone, a
working knowledge of French. If francophone, a working knowledge of English.
SALARY, TERMS AND CONDITIONS
SALARY AND ALLOWANCES
The starting salary will depend on experience and qualifications and will be in Grade J of SPC’s salary scale.
Salaries for Staff Recruited Internationally are set in SDR (Special Drawing Rights) and paid in the local currency, i.e. the French Pacific franc (XPF) in New Caledonia. The salary range for this grade is SDR 4,165–5,430 per month. At prevailing exchange rates these amounts convert into approximately XPF 549,158–715,860 per month (USD 6,900–9,000; € 4,600–6,000).
The organisation subsidises housing. An SPC-owned or SPC-rented house or flat will be made available, with the staff member contributing 25 per cent of the normal rental.
In addition, an establishment grant will be payable to non-residents of New Caledonia. Where appropriate, other allowances such as child and education allowance will be paid.