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A keen interest in current affairs, a willingness to travel and an acceptance that this role is a lifestyle choice are all necessary. I believe having lived abroad for a period of time and experiencing different cultures are also an advantage.
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Aileen Deasy is a Seafood Technologist with BIM. Her work involves meeting seafood processors from all around the coast of Ireland, discussing new innovative recipe and packaging ideas. Aileen’s interest in food, coupled with her upbringing in west Cork and interest in Science is what led her to pursue a career in the seafood industry.