Cermaq is a world leading producer of sustainable salmon and trout with operations in Chile, Canada and Norway. Cermaq supplies salmon to customers in more than 70 countries. In 2018, Cermaq sold 174 000 tons of salmon with a revenue of NOK 9.9 billion. Cermaq has more than 4000 employees and is a fully owned subsidiary of Mitsubishi Corporation, and has its head office in Oslo, Norway. Cermaq’s approach to sustainability is based on the pillars of transparency, partnerships and performance. Cermaq is the first business partner and founding patron to the UN Global Compact Action Platform for Sustainable Ocean Business. Cermaq is also the only company in the industry to issue audited sustainability reports, and the only seafood company with quarterly performance updates online. In 2017 Cermaq was ranked #1 of 100 seafood companies in Seafood Intelligence’s flagship report on transparency in the global seafood industry. For more information about us see www.cermaq.com.
Cermaq aspires to be a world leader in preventive fish health and fish welfare, and we therefore have a comprehensive R&D activity on these topics. Our global R&D team supports Cermaq fish health professionals in Canada, Chile and Norway with advice and a variety of other activities.
We now strengthen our staff and look for a researcher for our team in Bergen (located at the University of Bergen). You will work with Cermaq's companies in Norway, Chile and Canada and collaborate with academic institutions. The tasks will be varied; laboratory work, field work, analysis, reporting and presentations. The position is global, and we work with issues in all our production areas from Punta Arenas in the south to Hammerfest in the north. The position reports to R&D Manager Fish Health.
We encourage both newly graduated and more experienced candidates to apply. Some tasks can be adjusted according to experience.
Qualifications and characteristics
The working language is Norwegian and English and the workplace is Bergen.
Application with CV should be sent to HR Manager Elisabeth Fjeldstad, email@example.com (+47 918 37 723) by October 27, 2019.
|Arbeidssted||Bergen, Hordaland, Norge|
|Mobil||+47 977 16 933|
|Stillingstittel||Head of Global R&D|
|Mobil||+47 458 66 151|
|Mobil||+47 918 37 723|