Fish Farm Senior Site Operative –

Fish Farm Senior Site Operative Published:  17 June, 2014

Hjaltland Seafarms are recruiting for the following post: Fish Farm Senior Site Operative

The Company:Hjaltland Seafarms, a subsidiary of Grieg Seafood Hjaltland UK Group, is a leading producer of quality Scottish farmed salmon, with a proven track record of achievement.  We have an opening for a dynamic and dedicated site operative on a fish farm site within the Shetland Islands.The Role:The successful candidate will be required to undertake the day to day running of a dedicated fish farm as part of a team.  You will report to the Area Manager who will provide you with the necessary support services to allow you to concentrate on the main task of fish husbandry.Requirements:The successful candidate will have a track record within the salmon farming sector, although any additional training required will be given by the employer.  Excellent financial remuneration, which would include performance and loyalty based bonuses, is available for the successful candidate.  If you feel you have the necessary talent and commitment to apply for this position, please send an up-to-date CV to: Bill Johnson,Hjaltland Seafarms Ltd,Gremista,Lerwick,ZE1 0PX.Or Email: Closing date for application is Tuesday the 1st of July 2014.

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