EcoWB is calling for a talented individual with prior experience in marketing, supply chain research, business, or economics and an interest in assisting with the implementation of sustainable fisheries through economic incentives and supply chain restructuring. This individual will support the EcoWB Fisheries Improvement Project (FIP) program by conducting research on seafood markets and outreach to processing plants, import and export companies, and seafood retail markets in support of small to medium scale artisanal fisheries around the world. Primary tasks include mapping supply and value chains in seafood, studying consumer and price trends, and coordinating business representatives.

EcoWB’s current FIP projects are based in Mexico and Perú, with export markets located in the U.S. and Europe, so fluency in Spanish is strongly preferred but not required. The individual may work remotely, and the position would begin with an approximately 5 hour commitment per week on a volunteer basis, but does include the opportunity to apply for funding via EcoWB grant applications and contract proposals. If interested, please send your CV and a brief statement explaining your abilities, interest in the program, availability, and any further questions you may have to We will contact candidates directly to discuss the position and your career background.

Minimum Bachelors degree in one of the following fields: Fisheries Economics, Business, Economics, Marketing or related field
Proven ability to conduct independent research
Proven ability to write accurate, well-written technical reports and/or scientific investigations

Ideal Qualifications:
Speaks Spanish
Previous Experience with FIPs or sustainable fisheries initiatives
1 or more years as a coordinator/representative
Previous experience in sales and/or management within the fishing industry

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