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Marine Husbandry Staff

Scottish Sea Farms Limited

Gremista, Lerwick, Shetland, ZE1 0PX
From £27,000 (trainee)
Closing Date
23 July 2024
Scottish Sea Farms Limited
Job Details
07786 976963


Gonfirth Area

Scottish Sea Farms is a major employer within the Shetland Islands. We pride ourselves on working to make a positive change to our employees and the local community.


Providing industry leading personal learning and development paths, our aim is to nurture and encourage our staff to build professional career paths. So, 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.

Due to team expansion, we are currently recruiting for Experienced and Trainee Marine Husbandry staff to join our farms at Gonfirth.

The husbandry role is crucial to our success in ensuring the best management of our superior quality Scottish salmon. We want people to lead on fish health, feed and performance; to lead on Health and Safety; to drive change; to challenge us and themselves and in doing so, gain industry-leading rewards.

We welcome applications from both experienced candidates and those looking to start their career in the aquaculture industry. We are looking for ambitious individuals who are team players, proactive in health and safety and who pride themselves in delivering to a high standard.

In return we will offer an attractive salary starting at £27,000 for the trainee position, pension scheme, life cover, occupational health support, subsidised gym membership and cycle to work scheme. There will be a requirement to work overtime with weekends.


To apply for a role with us you must be eligible to work in the UK. A full UK driving licence is an advantage but not essential for this role. You must be able to achieve and attain an ENG1 or ML5 medical.

For additional information contact Laurie Manson on 07786 976963.

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

Closing date for applications : 23rd July 2024




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