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Bernie Ní Chongaile, Administration Assistant in RV Ops

Bernie Ní Chongaile works as an administrative assistant in Research Vessel Operations (RV Ops). Her job involves helpling to manage the research vessels, creating the ships schedules and ensuring all the equipment required by the scientists is on board the ships.