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Good Fish Project Coordinator

Location : Australia, Melbourne, New South Wales, Sydney, Victoria (Melbourne preferred)

Organisation : Marine Conservation Society (AMCS)

Work Type : Part-time

Salary Type : Annual Package

Application Closing Date : 12-03-2018

About the Role

Use your communications and ‘foodie’ skills to make a real difference to our oceans by coordinating our sustainable seafood restaurant outreach program, the Good Fish Project.


Are you passionate about food, sustainability and the future of our oceans? Can you market a great idea to a busy world? Could you reach out to restaurants and chefs around the country, and help them make the change to sustainable seafood? If you straddle the worlds of food and sustainability, relish the challenge of implementing an innovative nation-wide program, love talking to people and thrive in a fast-paced, collaborative environment then this is the job for you.


Purpose of position:
AMCS is leading the sustainable seafood movement through our fisheries campaigns and Australia’s Sustainable Seafood Guide. We aim to drive change within the restaurant and seafood supply chain to make all of our fisheries truly sustainable and create healthy oceans.

Please refer to Position Description for Key Responsibilities and Selection Criteria.

About the Organisation

Organisation Name : Marine Conservation Society (AMCS)

The Australian Marine Conservation Society (AMCS) is the voice for Australia’s oceans. We lead the way in seafood sustainability through our cutting edge fisheries campaigns and the production of Australia’s Sustainable Seafood Guide, the nation’s independent guide to choosing seafood wisely. This is an exciting opportunity to broaden our impact by rolling out the Good Fish Project around Australia.

Apply for this Job

Applications are required by 9am on March 12th March 2018. All applications should be submitted by email with the subject: Application: Good Fish Project Coordinator

Applications must include a statement (maximum 2 pages) addressing all of the essential selection criteria, a covering letter and resume of previous employment experience.

Please email applications to

For more information about the position please contact AMCS Fisheries and Threatened Species Campaign Manager Tooni Mahto on +61 7 3846 6777 or

AMCS is a strictly non-partisan and equal opportunities employer. Indigenous Australians are encouraged to apply.

Applicants must have the right to work in Australia.

Please quote in application: Good Fish Project Coordinator via Pro Bono Australia.


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