Wednesday 17 April 2024
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Electrical/Maintenance Engineer

Scottish Sea Farms Limited

Closing Date
Friday, 18 April 2024
Scottish Sea Farms Limited
Job Details


Girlsta Hatchery


At Scottish Sea Farms we are committed to supporting local economies in some of the most remote parts of the Scottish Highlands and Islands by providing employment and career development opportunities in the local communities in which we operate. Our teams are the first in our industry accredited at Platinum standard through Investors in People. Our employees are actively supported in ways that encourage and demand strong leadership.

We are recruiting for an Electrical/Maintenance Engineer to join our Engineering Team within our Freshwater Recirculation Unit located in Girlsta, Shetland.



Responsible for the full service, maintenance and repair of equipment, the Electrical Engineer will provide vital support to the Hatchery whilst ensuring health and safety compliance and safe systems of work are in place at all times.

Girlsta hatchery has scope to produce up to 4 million smolts annually. The hatchery is currently undergoing a £2 million upgrade, support and delivery of this upgrade will be a core responsibility.


The ideal candidate should be familiar with fault finding and diagnostics of electro-mechanical equipment. We expect the successful applicant to be highly motivated with a positive ‘hands on’ attitude. They must also ensure that all tasks are completed in a professional manner adherent to strict health and safety requirements and practice good house keeping throughout all activities.



Benefits include generous remuneration package; discretionary company bonus; pension scheme; life insurance cover; employee assistance programme; subsidised gym membership, cycle to work scheme.


A current driving licence is essential for this role.

We are an equal opportunities employer and we welcome applications from all suitably qualified people; however, you must be able to provide documentation of your right to work in the UK.


To apply, please visit the careers page on our website:

Closing date for applications: Friday 18th April 2024



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