Pacific Island Forum Fisheries Agency
13th Sep 2019
USD$141,031 TAX FREE for citizens of most countries
The Pacific Islands Forum Fisheries Agency (FFA) is an intergovernmental organisation working to strengthen national capacity and regional solidarity so Pacific nations can manage, control, and develop their tuna fisheries now and in the future.
Based in Honiara, Solomon Islands, FFA's 17 member nations are Australia, Cook Islands, Federated States of Micronesia, Fiji, Kiribati, Marshall Islands, Nauru, New Zealand, Niue, Palau, Papua New Guinea, Samoa, Solomon Islands, Tokelau, Tonga, Tuvalu and Vanuatu.
Since 1979, FFA has facilitated regional cooperation so that all Pacific countries benefit from the sustainable use of tuna - worth over USD $3 billion a year, and important for many people’s livelihoods in the Pacific.
FFA now has a rare opportunity for a Director to head up their Fisheries Development division. This is a full-time role based in Honiara, in the Solomon Islands. This appointment is made on a three-year term and may be renewable at this time.
Reporting to the Director-General through the Deputy Director-General, this is an executive leadership position providing advice and support to FFA members in the development of their offshore fisheries, relating to:
An important focus of this position will be to provide oversight of the implementation and management of donor-funded projects supporting the work of the Division, including from the EU and World Bank.
The Pacific Islands Forum Fisheries Agency (FFA) is offering the successful candidate a competitive salary at SDR$70,395 equivalent to US$97,237 and with allowances (COLDA, Location and Superannuation) bringing the annual salary to US$141,031 TAX-FREE for citizens of most countries.
You will also have superannuation paid at 7.5% into either a nominated fund or as an additional cash supplement. FFA reimburses all reasonable medical, dental, and optical expenses for yourself and dependents. Insurance coverage is also provided for personal accident, life, medical & repatriation.
Education for dependent children will be reimbursed at 75% of tuition fees (Conditions apply). If your dependent child is educated overseas, paid school travel may be available for you or your child to visit each other once a year.
Accommodation assistance is also available.
Additionally, relocation expenses will be paid, with an establishment grant paid on arrival in Honiara. Annual airfares back to your country of repatriation will be provided, and a repatriation allowance of 2 weeks’ base salary on return to home-base at the end of your contract. There is also a retention incentive of 21% of your basesalary which will be paid on the completion of your three-year contract.
On top of all this, you will have access to 6 weeks of annual leave each year, giving you plenty of time to explore this stunning part of the world!
Applications close 13th September 2019 at 5pm AEST.