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    Pete Chaniotis – Marine Ecosystems Team

    When did you start at JNCC? 
    I started work at JNCC in October 2009.

    What is your role in JNCC? 
    I am currently one of the Marine Ecosystems Team Leaders working alongside two others. The work portfolio of our team is particularly diverse and broad, but is all centred largely around undertaking marine ecosystem health assessments and reporting on the results at a range of spatial scales; from individual marine protected areas right up to entire marine regions. 

  • Tracey Quince

    Tracey Quince – Governance & Accountability Team

    When did you start at JNCC? 
    June 1991       

    What is your role in JNCC? 
    I am the Governance Manager in JNCC and my role supports and advises the JNCC Chairman, Deputy Chairman and Chief Executive in ensuring the effectiveness of non- executive groups and the executive management boards and maintaining and ensuring compliance with the corporate governance framework. My post works with and reports directly to the CEO, relaying messages and ideas from other senior executive leaders to improve the internal functions and processes of the organisation.

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    Declan Tobin – Marine Species Team and Marine Management Team

    When did you start at JNCC?
    May 2010

    What is your role in JNCC? 
    I am a Team Leader jointly leading both the Marine Species and Marine Management Teams. The work we are involved with is highly varied, spanning the provision of advice to government(s) on marine mammal conservation through to the environmental impacts of commercial fisheries.

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    Lewis Castle – Habitat Mapping teamlet within the Marine Evidence Team (MET)

    When did you start at JNCC?
    April 2018

    What is your role in JNCC? 
    I have a very exciting role here at JNCC, working as a Marine Mapping Scientist within the wider Marine Evidence Team. My work predominantly involves the collation of individual habitat maps from various sources, to create a much bigger picture of what seabed habitats occur, and where. Within my role, I am also a member of the EMODnet Seabed Habitats project, a marine data initiative with aims to facilitate blue growth by providing users with access to free and quality assured data – adopting the philosophy of “collect once, use many times”.

Current vacancies

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Communications Manager S Permanent Peterborough preferred Communications
Pollution Project Support Officer - 2021-55 O Fixed Term Peterborough or Aberdeen Nature Conservation Policy and Advice
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