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Site Assistant

Cooke Scotland

Aith, Shetland
Closing Date
21 June 2024
Cooke Scotland
Job Details


Aith, Shetland

21 June 2024



Cooke is a global seafood company with operations in North America, Europe, South America and Australia. Our company’s success is driven by our dynamic, highly skilled and innovative management team, supported by dedicated employees who live in coastal communities and contribute to the local area’s economy and sense of community.

Cooke Aquaculture Scotland is committed to responsible and sustainable production and the delivery of high-quality products through a number of accreditations.



The successful candidate will find themselves directly reportable to the Site Manager and will have the opportunity to work with the following areas of the farming process: feeding, grading, splitting, fish husbandry, harvesting and general site maintenance.



Candidates must be flexible with working hours and days.

Be good team players but have the ability to work alone when required.

Inter-personal and excellent communication skills.



  • Loadall Licence
  • Manual Handling
  • Full UK Driving Licence
  • To hold and maintain an ML5 Medical Certificate
  • Sea Survival Qualification
  • First Aid Certificate



In return for your commitment, hard work and dedication we offer excellent terms and conditions, including a competitive salary, overtime, discretionary annual bonus, company pension, life insurance 4 x salary, career development opportunities, regular job-related training, apprenticeships, great team morale, salary sacrifice schemes, employee assistance programs if required and a generous holiday entitlement.



If you want to be part of a team, open to fresh ideas, with the opportunity to help energise the corporate brand and profile of one of Scotland’s leading Aquaculture Companies, we’d love to hear from you.

If you are interested in this vacancy, please apply directly or visit our website at


We are an equal opportunities employer.


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