We have farmed superior quality Scottish salmon for over 35 years, recruiting the right people is vital to the continued success of Scottish Sea Farms.
A job within this area of the business will involve working with our salmon at the early stages of life.
Working with a Freshwater team in a mainland or island based location you would learn to monitor all manner of equipment that helps our stock grow into healthy mature fish. These fish then go on to stock our marine sites. Jobs involve checking tanks, incubators and oxygenation systems. There are systems involving UV or ozone equipment, and you would gain knowledge of mooring, disinfection and predator controls.
A job within this area of the business will involve working at one of our processing locations.
You would work as part of a team in the execution of various tasks within the processing operation, including operating machinery, fish cleaning, grading and packaging. Employees would be expected to implement all tasks to achieve optimum quality and efficiency. Training in hygiene, health and safety and environmental areas would be offered and some experience in these areas may be sought. All jobs in processing treat hygiene and health and safety procedures as a priority.
There are many departments located at our head office, including sales and marketing, human resources, accounts and finance and administration. We are always on the lookout for talented people to join our team.
In particular, the sales team looks for executives that can build strong and productive customer relationships. You would develop customer accounts and aim to maximise the sales returns for Scottish Sea Farms.
This key area of our business involves a number of different roles and all of them play an important part in maintaining the sustainability of our industry.
These jobs can involve working at a particular site but often involves getting out and about in locations across our business. Checking on fish health at marine sites, freshwater locations and at our processing facilities. As a highly regulated industry these jobs are vital in meeting all standards and compliance. As a company we are committed to promoting best environmental practice.
A job within this area of the business will involve taking responsibility for farming our quality salmon in marine based locations.
It involves ensuring that the feeding of the quality salmon being farmed is optimised, often involving the latest technology. You would be responsible for those critical aspects of marine farm site security, namely undertaking checks to all devices, moorings, fish farm cages. Predator control would also be a key responsibility and looking after health and safety issues like accident and incident reporting.
Scottish Sea Farms are internationally recognised farmers of superior quality Scottish salmon. We pride ourselves in providing industry leading and highly personal development paths which build into fulfilling professional careers. if you are committed to developing our industry and are driven to put your strengths to work we would very much like to hear from you.
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We are currently looking to recruit an Engineer based within our Processing Operations in Scalloway, Shetland.
As part of our continued growth and investment in our business we are now recruiting for our new £44 million Freshwater Hatchery. The first of its kind in the UK, this state of the art facility - Recirculation Aquaculture System (RAS) will produce the best quality smolts before transferring to sea water at the optimum time.
Eday is an idyllic Island of Orkney located north of the Scottish mainland and home to around 150 people and a vast range of wildlife. In Spring 2019, we will be introducing a new shift pattern which will see the team split and operate a 2 week on/off shift rota. We are therefore currently recruiting for Experienced Husbandry staff to join our dedicated teams.
Scottish Sea Farms are a recognised employer within the Mallaig area. We pride ourselves on working to make a positive change to our employees and the local community. We are currently recruiting for Marine Husbandry staff to join our dedicated team at our Loch Nevis Marine Farms.
Scottish Sea Farms are a recognised employer within the Strathcarron area. We pride ourselves on working to make a positive change to our employees and the local community. We are currently recruiting for Marine Husbandry staff to join our dedicated team at our Loch Kishorn Marine Farms.
Due to impending maternity leave, we are recruiting to fill the role of Aquaculture Technical Coordinator supporting our Mainland Marine business.
We are looking to recruit a proven and exceptionally talented Marine Farm Manager to manage and develop our new £3.3m marine salmon farm at Lober Rock, in the Scapa Flow region of the Orkney Islands.
Eday is an idyllic Island of Orkney located north of the Scottish mainland and home to around 150 people and a vast range of wildlife. In Spring 2019, we will be introducing a new shift pattern which will see the team split and operate a 2 week on/off shift rota. We are therefore currently recruiting for a Senior Husbandryperson to support the Farm Manager in the day to day operation of the site.
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