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Closed CLOSING DATE: 17/03/2019

Scottish Sea Farms

SLSIP 2019 - Supply Chain Assistant Intern

0 Application(s) to date

Undergraduate Degree

Closing Date:
17/03/2019
Skill:
Science and environment
Region:
Argyll and the Islands
Salary
£9 ph
Length:
12 weeks
Ref code
SICIYETFCG

Placement summary

This project aims to understand the supply chain and logistics operations across SSF in order to move the right amount of fish at the right time to deliver customer demands working with Marine, Sales and Processing. 

The project also aims to Understand the life cycle of salmon including impacts of environmental, customer, weather and fish health, to analysis stock to understand how to fulfil orders and to understand the market to allow right fish at the right price at the right time. 

Job description

Project Description

As part of the supply chain team, you will have a commercially focused role where you will learn skills such as managing orders and managing transport requirements. You will also learn and understand the importance of internal relations between Processing, Marine and Sales.

Placement Objectives

See placement summary and description. 

Role Description

See placement summary and description. 

Qualifications

This programme is for 1st, 2nd or 3rd year undergraduate students studying a Life Science degree in Scotland. Please click here to see if your course is eligible. You can only apply for a maximum of 3 placements, so please research the roles thoroughly before submitting your CV.

Skills / Experience

Essential Skills

  • Strong communication skills
  • Analytical ability
  • Self-motivated
  • Work consistently with a high degree of accuracy
  • Strong under pressure
  • The ability to get on with everyone in a small team
  • Use own initiative and work on your own
  • Develop creative ideas and solutions
  • Experienced user of Microsoft suite of programmes

Desirable Skills

• Level of knowledge and understanding of the Aquaculture sector

Benefits

Placement benefits

Opportunities will include:

  • Shadowing, observing, questioning and learning from the Senior Leaders of our business
  • Personal responsibility by having individual objectives to deliver.
  • Time management and personal organisation by working to deadlines
  • Problem solving and critical planning in fast moving environment

We are a living wage employer and therefore pay the living wage for Scotland, training supplied for role and overview of the business, subsidised canteen, free tea/coffee.

Additional information

Oban

01/06/2019

Company information

Scottish Sea Farms is a Scottish Salmon producer for over 35 years working to the highest industry standards. We are owned by two leading Norwegian performers, Leroy Seafood Group and Salmar.  By joining together, they provide a secure financial structure and strong commitment to continue to develop and leading position in the UK and global markets. Our vision is to become and remain Scotland’s number one fish farming business and we intend to do this by working locally and globally through the creation, sharing and application of knowledge.

Our business employs 450 people and sits within the heart of communities across the west coast, north Scotland, Shetland and Orkney.  Farming within strict biological and environmental regulations, animal husbandry and farming in a sustainable way is at the core of what we do. We are the sole supplier to Marks and Spencer as Lochmuir brand and we also supply to over 35 countries worldwide.

Life Sciences

Company website: http://www.scottishseafarms.com