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Unread August 19th, 2011, 06:07
Hermes Pires Hermes Pires is offline
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Lightbulb Looking a job in a Shrimp/Prawn Farm


I'll finish my master degree program this year and I'm looking for a job opportunity in the field of Shrimp Aquaculture. I have a major in Biology (Faculty of Sciences of Porto University, Portugal) and on my way to finish master degree program in Marine Sciences - Aquatic resources (Abel Salazar Biomedical Sciences Institute of Porto University, Portugal). In the present I'm finishing my master degree project in giant tiger prawn (Penaeus monodon) broodstock reproduction in Thailand (Burapha University Chanthaburi campus). This project allowed me to work for 10 months in a shrimp farm/ research center where I conduct my trial and learn about how to conduct and manage a shrimp farm.

I speak Portuguese (mother language) and English fluently and I can speak spanish, french and thai at a begginer level.

Please feel free to reply if you need some more informations.
Or you can use my email:
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Unread July 16th, 2015, 09:23
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Very good you are able to do get a good job.

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