Ever want to work in a tropical setting and think you have what it takes to be a rockstar in the the marine livestock and coral trade? Walt Smith is on the hunt for a new livestock and coral farm manager for his operations in Fiji. This will definitely mean a relocation to Fiji for at least a two year contract. A few requirements you will need are a strong knowledge of a variety of coral species (with an emphasis on Acropora), be a diver and have success growing coral. More details on the posting follow the break. If you think you have the chops for this job, read on and contact Walt directly.
I have an opportunity for a livestock and coral farm manager to work and live in Fiji. I have recently been notified that my aquaculture manager in Fiji wishes to return to the USA as their children are getting older and need more schooling. I will need to replace him soon and was hoping someone in the hobby might like to apply for this position. The applicant must have a pretty thorough knowledge of various coral species (especially Acropora) and be willing to work for a commercial enterprise. You must also be a qualified diver with some experience growing coral.
As you might know I have pioneered coral farming on a commercial scale since 1998 and introduced man made cultured live rock a year later. House (with pool and view) and vehicle are provided along with all that Fiji has to offer. This position would require full time work load and the commitment to live in Fiji for at least two years under contract. My personal contact would be best to use walt[at]waltsmith[dot]com. If you are interested in this position please email me your background of experience any other information you feel would be appropriate.