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Would you make it as a Fisheries and Marine Officer?

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All your answers in this self-assessment survey will be instantly evaluated to give you a final result. You will need to answer all the questions. Please note this survey is for general guidance only and is not part of any formal application process.

The first part of the self-assessment focuses on tasks relating to the recruitment process and the job itself.

Consider the following questions; would you be willing and able to:

1. Participate in a comprehensive recruitment process which will include assessing your suitability through performance, psychological testing, health, swim and security assessments? *This question is required.
2. Take part in an intense training program of up to 12 weeks with intensive learning (requiring out of hours study), on-the-job training, assessment and tests? *This question is required.
3. Demonstrate skill levels to meet the operational requirements and environment of the job? These include standard marine skills, understanding and applying legislation, personal and team behaviours suited to this environment, use of force and the management of aggression. *This question is required.
4. Work away from home for long periods (up to 15 days, possibly without shore contact) with very limited communication and contact with home? *This question is required.
5. Work closely in a team environment in confined, isolated conditions with the possibility of noisy, uncomfortable, dirty and damp environments? *This question is required.
6. Be on patrol at sea, working on shift or without breaks for extended times to accommodate demanding operational requirements? *This question is required.
7. Be in uniform and comply with all safety, operational and legislative requirements while on duty? *This question is required.
8. Respond to a wide range of operational requirements, many unexpected, in fulfilling the duties of a Fisheries and Marine Officer which relate to compliance? For example, investigating, apprehending, searching and possibly arresting illegal fishers, vessels and crews, and dealing with people from other cultures who may be upset, abusive, and personally challenge your authority. *This question is required.
9. Prepare records of interview and briefs of evidence and to appear in court as a witness if required? *This question is required.