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Provide information related to aquaculture/shrimp culture jobs around the world. Please, select the job opportunities at list below regarding with your qualifications:

(1) Sr. Program Officer, Aquaculture for World Wildlife Fund (WWF)
Job Description:

World Wildlife Fund (WWF), the world’s leading conservation organization, seeks a Senior Program Officer (SPO) to play a lead role in developing environmental and social performance standards for the aquaculture industry, with a particular emphasis on overseeing and managing personnel and projects related to producer adoption and commitment to the Aquaculture Dialogue standards. The SPO will be responsible for project implementation related to retailer commitments to Aquaculture Dialogue Standards and/or the Aquaculture Stewardship Council (ASC). S/he will also be responsible for the consistency and coordination of the various Aquaculture Improvement Projects (AIPs), and for the strategy and management of the Aquaculture Team’s role in efforts to promote ASC certification.

A graduate degree in aquaculture, natural resources management, environmental science, environmental economics, international development or a related field required. Minimum seven years of experience required in program management, conservation, or international development, as well as an understanding of certification, standards development, and aquaculture issues, or an equivalent combination. Excellent organizational skills with particular emphasis on project management and ability to manage multiple-tasks at one time is a must. Strong communication, outreach and inter-personal skills and the ability to work as a part of multi-stakeholder teams, as well as independently, is required. International work experience in a developing country is a plus.

AA/EOE Women and minorities are encouraged to apply. To submit cover letter and resume please visit here

(2) Fisheries Director for Global Trust

Global Trust is the leading global seafood certification body and has contracts in over 25 countries. The company’s Head Office is based in Ireland and it has support office facilities in USA, Canada and UK. Global Trust is owned by its management and staff and is accredited to certify seafood against the worlds leading seafood standard and non seafood standards. Fishery standards include Marine Stewardship Council, FAO Responsible Fisheries Management, Responsible Fishing Schemes.

Job Summary – Fisheries Director
Operating within the Seafood Team, the Fisheries Director leads staff responsible for the fishery based assessments and certification programs.

Summary of Minimum Requirements
Minimum of ten years experience in a fishery science, fisheries management or similar role.
Experience of Fishery Certification Standards
Strategic planning skills and experience of leading and managing a team to deliver on key objectives
Proven ability to build and maintain effective professional relationships with colleagues and external stakeholders.

Closing Date for applications: July 15th, 2011

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(3) Lecturer/ Senior Lecturer in Marine Sciences for Deakin University, Warrnambool, Victoria, Australia

Qualifications:PhD in the field of marine science (or equivalent)
Closing Date: Sunday, July 03, 2011

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