Career and volunteer opportunities
Asia Tuna Improvement Manager
O2 is seeking qualified candidates to fulfill a dedicated full time contract role which provides a unique opportunity to be at the forefront of sustainable tuna management and to help improve Northeast Asian fishing practices so that vessels harvesting tuna can ultimately meet MSC standards for sustainability. Working closely with O2 leadership and partners in Northeast Asia, the Asian Tuna Improvement Manager will lead and coordinate outreach efforts with commercial fisheries and key NGOs in the region, with a particular emphasis on tuna catching vessels owned by companies based both in Taiwan, Province of China and in China and WWF offices. Sound interesting? View full description and apply.
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- Aquaculture Stewardship Council
- Global Sustainable Seafood Initiative
- Marine Stewardship Council
- NOAA Fish Watch
- Ocean Wise
- Seafood Watch
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