Seas At Risk (SAR) is an umbrella organisation of environmental NGOs from across Europe that promotes ambitious policies for marine protection at European and international level. We represent 32 member organisations in 17 different EU Member States. The SAR Secretariat currently comprises 11 staff members and two interns, 11 of whom are working from the Brussels office. We are a diverse team but share a passion for the sea. We are currently working on issues as diverse as marine protected areas, fisheries, aquaculture, deep-sea mining, shipping, marine litter and EU-level marine environment policies.
More information at: www.seas-at-risk.org.
SAR is seeking a marine policy director to manage the biodiversity team and develop and implement its EU advocacy work on the EU and international marine policies. The biodiversity team works on fisheries, aquaculture and policies related to marine biodiversity.
Seas At Risk offers the opportunity to work in a growing NGO with a stimulating, informal, flexible and multicultural working environment.
The post is based in Brussels, full time, with contract of indeterminate duration, to start as soon as possible.
We offer a competitive salary, including a 13th month, lunch vouchers, pension scheme, net allowance and coverage of public transport and train travel in case of commuting within Belgium.
Send the following to firstname.lastname@example.org with in the subject line ‘Marine Policy Director – your name’:
Deadline for applications: 6 September 2020.
Only candidates selected for interview will be contacted. Thank you for your understanding.