Environmental Analyst

Environmental Analyst 
Salary £26,000 to £34,000 per annum 
 
Marine Harvest is the world’s leading seafood company and the largest producer of salmon. The company employs over 13,000 employees globally in 24 countries. Every day our employees produce 6.2 million healthy and delicious meals, served to customers across the globe. 
 
Marine Harvest covers the whole value and production chain, from feed to plate, and through our vision of leading the “Blue Revolution” we are dedicated to farming the ocean in a responsible and efficient way.  
 
The successful candidate will work as part of the environment team in their support of the business aims and targets. The main role of this post is to produce and maintain the required licences and authorisations for marine and freshwater salmon production facilities. You will be responsible for the delivery of projects and discrete areas of work. This will involve using and interpreting environmental data and preparing information for licence applications. This work will include liaison with regulators, communities and other interest groups to ensure that the process of site development is carried out efficiently.   
 
Candidates will be educated to degree level or equivalent and have a background in science or planning. Work experience of environmental issues in the fish farming industry is desirable but not essential. Computer literacy and a scientific and logical approach ensuring high quality of work is essential. 
 
The post may also suit candidates who have experience in environmental licensing and transferable skills from other sectors in return we offer an attractive salary, bonus, pension, Occupation Health Support and training/development opportunities. We welcome enquiries from everyone and value diversity in our workforce. We are willing to consider flexible working arrangements and are an Equal Opportunities employer.  
 
If you wish to apply, please upload your Covering Letter and CV to our MHS People website www.marineharvest.com/people by Friday 29 June 2018. Alternatively, if you do not have access to the internet, please send a copy of your application to the Human Resources Department, Stob Ban House, Glen Nevis Business Park, Fort William, PH33 6RX.