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23 April, 2014



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Assistant Farm Manager

07 November, 2012 -

Farm Technician

Loch Lochy

We are currently looking to identify a suitably qualified Assistant Manager and a Farm Technician to work at our largest freshwater farm, Loch Lochy, nr Fort William.

Assistant Farm Manager – Salary £24,700 - £26,947 plus overtime
Potential candidates should possess several years’ salmon farming experience, have a sound understanding of fish husbandry and be conscientious in relation to recording and maintaining reliable data records.  Good communication & planning skills and a high degree of computer literacy are also essential.  It is also a requirement of the post that the incumbent be an effective deputy for the Manager as and when required. 

Farm Technician – Salary £16,946 - £21,499 plus overtime
The successful applicant will be required to carry out a variety of duties including feeding, net changing and other general farm tasks, and be willing to work flexibly to meet the demands of the post. The position will require working a 40 hour week on any five out of seven days.

Applications are invited from individuals who have a positive approach to this type of work and who are competent swimmers.  Experience is certainly an advantage although training will be provided.

A driving license is essential for both posts.

If you would like to apply for one of these roles, please submit an application in writing with details of relevant experience, no later than Friday 23rd November 2012 to: Vicky Ferguson, Human Resources Manager, Marine Harvest (Scotland) Ltd, Business Resource Centre, Blar Mhor Industrial Estate, Fort William, PH33 7PT.

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