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Slide 1: Career as a Fishery Officer

Slide 2: Fishery Officers protect fish and fish habitat for the benefit of all Canadians

Slide 3: Three Main Roles:

Slide 4: Prevention - Education

Slide 5: Monitoring - Control - Surveillance

Slide 6: Enforcement

Slide 7: Necessary Qualifications:

Slide 8: Reliability - Honesty - Integrity

Slide 9: Self-control – Self-confidence

Slide 10: Logic - Ingenuity

Slide 11: Patience - Perceptiveness

Slide 12: Physical endurance

Slide 13: Team player

Slide 14: An Exciting Career ...

Slide 15: Working outdoors

Slide 16: Wide variety of duties, including…

Slide 17: Air surveillance

Slide 18: Public awareness events

Slide 19: Patrols at sea

Slide 20: Land patrols

Slide 21: Fish habitat protection

Slide 22: Major case investigations

Slide 23: Challenges:

Slide 24: Variable work schedule and long hours

Slide 25: Away from home for long periods

Slide 26: Live in remote locations

Slide 27: Work in all weather conditions

Slide 28: Requires a relatively orderly lifesyle

Slide 29: For more information: www.dfo-mpo.gc.ca