About us

What we stand for

In IFI we value team work.  Our people are committed to the stewardship of our Country’s inland fisheries and sea angling resources.  Our vision is to place Ireland’s inland fisheries resource in the best sustainable position for the benefit of future generations.  We employ people who have a passion for fish and are committed to protecting our Country's fish populations and conserving our natural biodiversity.

Please continue to visit our website regularly for an up-to-date list of our career opportunities.

Head and regional office contact information can be found under CONTACT US here: (http://www.fisheriesireland.ie/About-Us/contact-us.html)

Vacancy Notice: Chief Executive Officer

Inland Fisheries Ireland (IFI) seeks suitable applicants for the position of:  

Chief Executive Officer (CEO)

Reporting to the Chairperson of the Board of IFI, the CEO is responsible with the Board for setting the strategic direction of the organisation in line with the mission, vision and values.  The CEO is responsible for delivering on the defined objectives and statutory requirements within the framework developed under the Inland Fisheries Ireland Act 2010.  The current Corporate/ Strategic Plan of IFI concludes in June 2020 and the CEO, working with the Board, will play a pivotal role in driving the development and implementation of the next five -year plan.

For more information and to apply please click here

This competition is being managed by the Public Appointment Service.

Please note applications made directly to Inland Fisheries Ireland will not be considered.

Research Opportunities

In IFI our Research & Development team play an active part in our national and international science and technology community.  Our culture is collaborative, innovative and dynamic.  We employ people from science, technology and academic backgrounds who are interested in contributing to our vast range of exciting projects.  For more information on the type of research projects we are working on see our website.