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Fisheries Officer (Job Vacancy)

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Throughout the world fisheries are using good management practices to safeguard jobs, secure fish stocks for the future and help to protect the marine environment. The science-based MSC environmental standard for sustainable fishing offers fisheries a way to confirm sustainability, using a credible, independent, third-party assessment process. It means sustainable fisheries can be recognised and rewarded in the marketplace and gives an assurance to buyers and consumers that their seafood comes from a well-managed and sustainable source.

The general role of the Fisheries Officer is to support the MSC Fisheries Assessment Managers (FAMs) in ensuring the completion of fishery assessments and related work to the relevant standard as required.
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Japan's pole-and-line tuna fishery MSC certified

CU Pesca is happy to announce the certification of the Ishihara marine products albacore and skipjack pole and line fishery.

Ishihara Marine Products Co., Ltd. was established in Yaizu City, Shizuoka Prefecture in 1964, and has supplied fresh and processed tuna to the market for over half a century. While devoting itself to expanding its business by creating new fishery products, Ishihara has also committed to be environmentally friendly and make a social contribution.