Members sought for the Board of the Marine Institute

The Marine Institute was set up under the Marine Institute Act 1991:

“to undertake, to coordinate, to promote and to assist in marine research and development and to provide such services related to research and development, that in the opinion of the Institute, will promote economic development and create employment and protect the marine environment.”

The Marine Institute is the State agency responsible for marine research, technology development and innovation in Ireland.

The Minister for Agriculture, Food and Marine invites applications from qualified candidates for five vacancies on the board of the Marine Institute. Candidates must have demonstrable experience relevant to the work of the Institute in one or more of the following areas:

Shipping
Law
Seafood Industry Development
Scientific Research
Enterprise Development/Innovation

  • Minister for Agriculture Food and the Marine
  • Galway

2 thoughts on “Members sought for the Board of the Marine Institute

    • Hi Rodney
      There is now a more focused approach to board appointments in Southern Ireland which is great. Like all appointments to boards across the UK and Ireland, anyone can apply (except where geographic location is a factor in the criteria). Some of these appointments are only a train journey away.

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