I want to be a certified fisheries manager and that’s the goal of my career.
I want it to be as easy as possible for me to get my hands on those jobs.
I am a certified fisher who has a degree in Fisheries Management and is working toward that credential.
It is an entry-level position that requires no prior experience in the seafood industry.
In addition, the seafood management position requires a minimum of three years of experience in certification and a minimum one year of fishery management.
But I will not be doing the hard work that requires years of preparation and training to get certified.
I do not have a degree, I do have experience and I have a passion for seafood.
When I take my first bite of my first meal in the office, I am not even thinking about how I am going to get this credential.
That is a big part of my job.
So, for me, the biggest benefit of working in the fisheries is that I am getting paid to fish.
This is an important part of the seafood business.
This job is important to the livelihood of the fishing community.
It has been a dream of mine for the last five years.
I have always dreamed of doing something for the community.
And now, I have it.
I feel great.
It’s a great career.
But the challenge of being a fisheries manager is not always the easiest job out there.
There are lots of things that need to be done on a day-to-day basis.
You have to be in the field all day, every day, with your crew, with equipment, with training and being able to respond to every incident and every situation.
It can be a stressful job.
You need to know what is going on.
And you need to keep your crew motivated.
You also need to understand how to operate a large, complex operation like the Great Barrier Reef.
That’s why I have chosen to work in the food processing industry.
You do not get a lot of that experience and knowledge in the traditional seafood industry, but it is essential to my career and my future.
I can be on a ship, fishing, packing, shipping and delivering seafood products around the world.
When the fish arrives, I make sure it is packaged properly.
Then I make it to the shipping facility.
I get the food to the warehouse, then I go back to my truck and load it on to a ship.
It takes a long time, but I can do it.
There is no other way to get the seafood to your customers.
I need to have my employees working with me on that.
I work hard, and I need that experience.
It pays well.
I earn a lot.
The seafood industry pays a lot, and that is a huge part of it.
It gives me the chance to see the great outdoors, get to know some of the best fishermen in the world and get paid to do that.
It all pays off.