OverviewNATIONAL AQUACULTURE GROUP Land Based Hatchery/Nursery Managers Full Time in Hobart TAS
NATIONAL AQUACULTURE GROUP
Branch Hobart TAS AU
Land Based Hatchery/Nursery Managers
Hobart TAS 7000
The ideal applicant would possess 3-5 years cage farming experience, possess a solid understanding of fish husbandry, have good knowledge in cage and net…
National Aquaculture Company
Several Management Positions
Harvest Operations Manager
R.O.N.C Net Cleaning Manager
Land based Hatchery/Nursery Managers
World’s largest barramundi sea cage operation and growing fast! Exciting work environment – Great career advancement opportunity – Attractive salary package – On the doorstep to Europe
NAQUA cultures premium quality barramundi in the Red Sea based in Saudi Arabia. The company’s sea cage grow out site is situated at Al Lith south of Jeddah. This is an opportunity for a person seeking to kick-start their career in a growing environment, as well as the chance to get involved in a fast growing and exciting new aquaculture business.
What we are looking for:
NAQUA fundamentally is a start-up business although already the world leader. The company is looking to industrialize its business and is seeking to inject large scale aquaculture experience. The ideal applicant would possess 3-5 years cage farming experience, possess a solid understanding of fish husbandry, have good knowledge in cage and net installations, Good experience in boat handling and crane/winch operations, a good basic knowledge for management, commerciality and strategic planning and have the foundational skills to commence a career in a growing company. These are all key positions supporting the senior management team and would really suit someone who wants to be part of a motivated team that is determined for success. The position attracts a competitive salary package for the right applicant.
If you are interested please forward initial interest to: [email protected] using the Subject: NAQUA Jobs + Position applied for.
Location: Hobart, TAS, AU
Posted on: 2014-11-27