Tassie’s Tassal – Introducing Steve

However, in terms of our footprint, we use the equivalent of this dot, for all of our farming.

And since we began, our main goal has been to keep up with Australia’s demand.

How we figured out this percentage …


Our people are diverse!

We have career opportunities across a diverse range of skill sets! Some of these include marine operations (freshwater and saltwater), legal, human resources, sales, communications and stakeholder engagement, quality, processing, accounts and finance, work health and safety, environment and sustainability, payroll, maintenance, purchasing, retail, hospitality, research and development and marketing.


In terms of employment …

… the Salmon industry is one of the largest employers in Tasmania with over 2,000 direct employees. Furthermore, our industry has a unique multiplier effect which means for every one salmon job – there are five other jobs generated, supporting a further 10,000 other jobs!


About Steve

Steve originates from Melbourne, where he completed a Bachelor of Science (majoring in Marine Biology) at the University of Melbourne in 2014. He then ventured to Tasmania to undertake a Bachelor of Applied Science (Marine Environment) with Honours at the Institute of Marine and Antarctic Studies (IMAS) graduating in 2016. Steve worked at IMAS before joining Tassal’s Fish Health Department and is now part of the company’s Environment Team.