Are you looking for an independent technical job with a lot of freedom? Are you curious by nature and do you want to continue your career in the fascinating food industry? Do you like visiting a great variety of customers within your country and/or abroad? Do you want to be part of an international renowned organization and enjoy developing yourself? And do you want to contribute to a safer world by sharing your knowledge with organizations? Then Lloyd´s Register is the right choice for you.
As a sub-contracted MSC Fisheries Assessor at Lloyd´s Register you will as part of a team (either as Team Member or Team Lead) assess a variety of fisheries against the relevant MSC Fisheries Standard. Qualifications and/or experiences relevant to one or more of the MSC’s three principles are a must (P1 – Sustainable target fish stocks, P2 – Environmental impact of fishing, P3 – Effective management, see Annex PC of the MSC’s Fisheries Certification Process v2.2 for further details). You will act as an expert and examine the relevant components of clients’ fisheries against the standard across various global locations. You goal is to provide a robust, fair and impartial assessment of the client’s fishery, provide an excellent service to the client and be knowledgeable about the requirements of the accreditation.
The broadening and deepening of the collaboration with our clients is also a great aspect of your job. Based on your expertise you will contribute to the development of our services.
This is a challenging and diverse job where you will get to meet a lot of different people, varying clients, and meet interesting challenges in all aspects.
Job Requirements for Team Member
1. General Qualifications
a. University degree in fisheries, marine conservation biology, natural resources environmental management or relevant field (e.g. economics, mathematics, statistics),
b. 3 years’ management or research experience in a marine conservation biology, fisheries, natural resources or environmental management position.
2. Understanding of MSC Fisheries Standard and relevant MSC Certification Process requirements – Qualifications
a. Review any updates to the MSC Fisheries Program Documents at least annually.
b. Pass the MSC’s fishery team member training course at least every 5 years.
c. Pass new versions of the compulsory online training modules when new versions of the MSC Fisheries Standard are published prior to undertaking assessments against the new MSC Fisheries Standard.
d. Pass new online training modules on modifications to the MSC Fisheries Standard before undertaking assessments using these modifications such as enhanced bivalves, salmon and other modifications that may be developed in the future.
i. Describe the intent and requirements of the MSC Fisheries Standard.
ii. Score a fishery using the default assessment tree. iii. Describe how conditions are set and monitored.
What does Lloyd’s Register offer?
- An interesting job in a very innovative, diversified and international work environment of the food industry, from small family owned businesses up to global acting companies
- The reputation and success story of a company that has been active in the market for more than 250 years
About Lloyd´s Register
The Lloyd’s Register Group (LR) is an independent risk management organization that helps to improve our clients’ quality, safety, environmental and business performance throughout the world. This is mirrored in our mission statement “working together for a safer world”.
LR is a global engineering, technical and business services organization and a maritime classification society, wholly owned by the Lloyd’s Register Foundation, a UK charity dedicated to research and education in science and engineering for the benefit of the community at large.
Our expertise and activities cover Marine, Energy (Oil, Gas, Chemicals and Power), Management Systems and other asset-intensive industries. This role is specific for LR Management Systems.
Are you interested in this opportunity? Then apply now via our careers page.