Title Marine Fish Husbandry Person

Categories Aquaculture
Location Loch Melfort & Loch Craignish
Job Information

KAMES FISH FARMING LIMITED

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Marine Fish Husbandry Person

We are currently recruiting for Marine Fish Husbandry Persons at our Loch Melfort & Loch Craignish Sea Sites, where we produce Large Rainbow Trout.

The successful applicant would ideally have fish farming experience with formal boat training, operational qualifications and licences.  They will be enthusiastic, self-motivated and able to demonstrate experience of working within a small team.  Duties include fish welfare, sampling, grading, treating, moving and harvesting fish and other general fish farm tasks.

Applicants should also have a full driving licence.

Salary dependent on experience, skills and knowledge.

Closing date 11th May 2017

Please send your CV with qualifications and accompanying letter to:-

Jean Haslam
Kames Fish Farming Limited
Kilmelford, Oban PA34 4XA

fish@kames.co.uk

Tel: 01852 200286



Title Farm Manager

Categories Aquaculture
Location Portnalong
Job Information

Marine Harvest (Scotland) is the largest Aquaculture Company operating in Scotland. Our marine and freshwater sites are located throughout the West Coast, Outer Isles and Argyll.

Due to the site re-opening, we are now looking to identify a suitably qualified and highly motivated individual to undertake the role of Farm Manager at the Company’s Seawater site at Portnalong.

The successful candidate will be expected to help drive and implement best practice and operational excellence to satisfy the high quality product and environmental standards demanded by our customers. Principle responsibilities will include feed & stock management, harvest & grading planning, asset management, people resource and performance & HSEQ management.

Potential candidates should have experience of three full production cycles in fish farming and have held a supervisory position for at least three years.  Initiative, the ability to motivate others, good organisation skills, computer literacy, a strong desire and proven ability to achieve results without close supervision are some of the necessary skills required for this post. A driving licence is essential.

If you feel you have the necessary skills to rise to this challenge,  please apply in writing no later than Friday 19th May 2017 to: Gillian Dempster, Human Resources Advisor, Marine Harvest (Scotland) Limited, Stob Ban House, Glen Nevis Business Park, Fort William, PH33 6RX.

Email: gillian.dempster@marineharvest.com



Title Farm Managers

Categories Aquaculture
Location Sconser, Cairidh & Maol Ban
Job Information

Marine Harvest (Scotland) is the largest Aquaculture Company operating in Scotland. Our marine and freshwater sites are located throughout the West Coast, Outer Isles and Argyll.

Due to a restructure we are currently looking to identify 3 suitably qualified and highly motivated individual to undertake the role of Farm Managers to undertake the management and development of our farming operations at the Company’s Seawater sites at Sconser, Cairidh & Maol Ban.

The successful candidates will be expected to help drive and implement best practice and operational excellence to satisfy the high quality product and environmental standards demanded by our customers. Principle responsibilities will include feed & stock management, harvest & grading planning, asset management, people resource and performance & HSEQ management.

Potential candidates should have experience of three full production cycles in fish farming and have held a supervisory position for at least three years.  Initiative, the ability to motivate others, good organisation skills, computer literacy, a strong desire and proven ability to achieve results without close supervision are some of the necessary skills required for this post.

If you feel you have the necessary skills to rise to this challenge,  please apply in writing no later than Friday 5th May 2017 to: Gillian Dempster, Human Resources Advisor, Marine Harvest (Scotland) Limited, Stob Ban House, Glen Nevis Business Park, Fort William, PH33 6RX.

Email: gillian.dempster@marineharvest.com



Title De-licing Systems Manager

Categories Aquaculture
Salary Salary will be matched to experience
Job Information

marine harvest - new

Marine Harvest Scotland is the largest producer of Atlantic salmon in Scotland. The Company employs a workforce of over 600 throughout the Highlands and Islands and produces over 50,000 tonnes of salmon annually. Our farming operations are based in Fort William and the Company prides itself in being a major employer of skilled people and strives to produce high quality, healthy and nutritious seafood in the most sustainable way.

Over the coming years Marine Harvest has announced plans to invest over £100 million to integrate and grow its farming and fish feed production business in Scotland. We are proud of our 50 year heritage in the Scottish Highlands and Islands and the support we have from local communities and our dedicated workforce.

This year has marked the arrival of new non chemical methods in lice treatment.  We currently operate 2 Hydrolicing machines.  A further 3 systems, including a Thermolicer, are due to be in operation before October.

These machines are proving highly effective for the non chemical removal and capture of sea lice.  Operating 16hrs every day each system has a dedicated crew of 4 who are further supported by farm staff.

We are currently looking to recruit a suitably qualified, experienced and highly motivated individual to pioneer and establish this major new and specialised area of farming in Scotland.   Reporting to the Seawater Manager this role will be responsible for the co-ordination, man management, performance improvement and technical development of this specialist service operation.

Applicants, who must already be experienced within the salmonid industry, must have a demonstrable proven track record of having installed and developed new techniques into farming operations. Strong interpersonal, communication and first class organisation and planning skills as well as the ability to problem solve and motivate and achieve results through the success of others are some of the key attributes required for this post. In addition, applicants should have a full driving license and be prepared to undertake significant travel as required.

In return the successful candidate will benefit from a salary matched to experience, a specific performance incentive bonus scheme, company vehicle and the opportunity to develop their career through this exciting new and pioneering role.

If you have the drive, commitment and enthusiastic personality that is required for this interesting, important and novel role, coupled with the relevant experience, please apply in writing, no later than Thursday 11th August, stating your reasons for applying and your relevant skills and experiences to:  Vicky Ferguson, HR Manager, Marine Harvest Scotland, Stob Ban House, Glen Nevis Business Park, Fort William, PH33 6RX

Informal enquires can be addressed to David MacGillivray, Seawater Manager, Marine Harvest Scotland, Stob Ban House, Glen Nevis Business Park, Fort William, PH33 6RX

E-mail: david.macgillivray@marineharvest.com