Are you ready to work for Australia’s leading seafood producer? Are you passionate about driving safety in the workplace and maintaining existing safety systems? If so, you may be the person we are looking for!
Our products are on dinner plates and in lunch boxes right across Australia. With over 30 years’ experience, we are industry leaders, innovators, safe and diligent producers and first and foremost, we are responsible farmers who prioritise our people, their safety and the communities in which we operate.
We are farmers. Our communities form our heartland. Our people are our heartbeat.
This role will be based from our stunning Head Office at Franklin Wharf in Hobart and will be working across various sites of our business as needed. Working in conjunction with the Head of Environment and our amazing environment team, the successful person will have a diverse and exciting range of duties and will suit a passionate Environmental specialist. Your mission, should you choose to accept it, will be to drive environmental planning and approval processes and managing environmental assessments that ensure the right environmental management practices are in place and upheld across our marine operations in Tasmania in a positive and proactive manner.
- Solid background in environmental management/natural resource management (>5 years) – industry experience preferred (aquaculture – even better);
- Organised and commercially focused on business needs;
- Excellent written and interpersonal skills;
- Ability to think on the move and work within dynamic time frames;
- Ability to lead strategic environmental/farm related projects for improved business outcomes; and
- A passion for aquaculture and our environment.
We’re obsessed with farming and we’re proud of it! We are committed to protecting the environment we operate in and ensuring the farmed seafood we produce is of the highest quality so that you can continue to enjoy it today and into the future. As the world changes, we adapt, and through a combination of science, technology and passion, we’re revolutionising seafood farming in Australia. We strive for excellence across our four critical factors of success (4P's) - Our People, Our Planet, Our Product and Our Performance and are recognised as an Employer of Choice. To learn more about our business, people and products visit www.tassal.com.au
If this is a home-grown Australian success story that you want to be a part of - apply today!
Have a question about the role? You can contact Tania Rowbottom, People & Culture Partner on firstname.lastname@example.org
Interested? Apply now! This opportunity closes at 5pm on Monday 26th October 2020.