20th February 2020
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Fish Quality Assurance Manager at Cooke AquacultureView all Jobs

LOCATION
Orkney and Shetland Seawater

CLOSING DATE
28 February 2020

THE COMPANY
Cooke is a global seafood company with operations in North America, Europe, and South America. Our company’s success is driven by our dynamic, highly skilled and innovative management team, supported by dedicated employees who live in coastal communities and contribute to the local area’s economy and sense of community. Cooke Aquaculture Scotland is committed to responsible and sustainable production and the delivery of high quality products through a number of accreditations.

THE ROLE
This new position for Cooke Aquaculture will involve you travelling throughout our Seawater Regions in the North Isles of Scotland coordinating our FQ monitoring programme. This will include, but not be limited to: fish quality assessments, flesh quality monitoring, harvesting quality checks and sub-sampling.

Ideally, although not essential, you will reside in either Orkney or Shetland, however regular travel will be required and therefore will require flexibility with working hours. You need to be a team player, but also have the ability to work alone when required. All candidates must be able to demonstrate excellent communication, accuracy and organisational skills. You must have a relevant degree, such as: Aquaculture, Biology or another science-based subject. The successful candidate must be able to demonstrate a strong passion for our sector, alongside some experience within Aquaculture.

THE TERMS
In return, we offer exceptional terms and conditions, including; excellent salary, company bonus, annual leave, cycle to work scheme, refer a friend scheme, employer pension contribution, occupational health support, life insurance and employee events.

APPLY
For more information on our vacancy please contact Vicci Laird on 07747 840052 or email: vicci.laird@cookeaqua.com.

If you wish to apply for this vacancy, please visit our careers page at www.cookeaquaculturescotland.com/careers by 28 February 2020.