If it feels like everything is on your shoulders, that’s because it is.
In the end, it’s all about the product…and you’re the person responsible for it. You’re there to oversee all aspects of seafood processing, including the offloading, cleaning, canning, freezing, storing and shipping of fish and other seafood. A big part of your job is helping other people do their jobs. Ready to step up?
Here’s what you need:
- Associate’s degree and industry training certification required
- Bachelor’s degree recommended
Links to Jobs and Other Cool Info:
Here’s where to get it:
|Basic Seafood HACCP||Statewide||No||Association of Food and Drug Officials (AFDO) Certificate||2 day|
|Sanitation||Statewide||No||Association of Food and Drug Officials (AFDO) Certificate||1 day|
|Business Management||UAA – Anchorage||Associate of Applied Science in General Business||No||2 years|
|Business Management||UAA – Anchorage||Bachelor of Business Administration||No||4 years|
|Business Administration||UAF – Fairbanks and Statewide||Associate of Applied Science in Applied Business||No||2 years|
|Business Administration||UAF – Fairbanks and Statewide||Bachelor of Business Administration||No||4 years|
|Business Management||UAS – Juneau||Associate of Applied Science in Business Administration||No||2 years|