CH4 Global is on an urgent mission to create a global aquaculture ecosystem, for Asparagopsis seaweed, to slash methane emissions from ruminant livestock and positively impact climate change.
Climate change is simply the greatest threat facing mankind today. Wouldn’t it be great if there was a solution that can save the planet, slow global warming, and buy the world time for other technologies to kick in. We believe there is.
Over 20 years methane is 86 times more potent than CO2 at warming the atmosphere. So, methane emissions have an outsized impact on global warming AND reducing methane emissions can have an outsized impact on helping us solve this crisis. This was emphasized in the recent report issued by The Climate & Clean Air Coalition that stated “Our best shot to slow climate change. Cut methane”. Cows burp methane. Today the 1.5 billion cows on the planet produce 150 million tonnes of methane per year which is the largest single source of methane globally. If you do the math that’s 12.9 billion (or Gt) CO2-e per year – that’s more GHG output than from the US, the EU and India combined.
At CH4 Global we are on an urgent mission to impact climate change using the amazing seaweed called Asparagopsis. Adding less than 0.5% of this natural feed additive can reduce the methane output of those 1.5 billion cows. And it works; Asparagopsis has almost 10 years of published, peer-reviewed scientific proof on its ability to interact with the cow's digestive processes to inhibit methane production. And best of all it can reduce methane emissions more than 90%.
Importantly, CH4 Global is in position to be market-ready and scalable. Our initial efforts are in Australia and New Zealand – the native home of Asparagopsis. We do all this because: Who wouldn’t want to be a part in enabling the world to address climate change, so we can create a better world for the generations to come. Join us and help make a difference for the future of our planet.
The position description for this role is geared toward the production and processing of Asparagopsis material in multiple SA facilities.
The Aquaculture Systems Operator will operate land-based aquaculture facilities for CH4 Australia. This includes but is not limited to; system operation, system maintenance, data collection and entry, harvesting, processing, and reporting.
Time & Compensation:
- Full time
- $60,000 - $79,999
- Manage day-to-day cultivation and harvesting of Asparagopsis
- Ensure data is collected, stored, analysed and reports prepared
- Assist with the design and provisioning of the macroalgae production system
- Ensure the smooth process of commissioning new facilities
- Continually optimise and improve systems for hatchery, nursery, tank farming and harvesting
Workplace Health and Safety:
- Take personal leadership of workplace health and safety to ensure the safety and well-being of staff, contractors and site visitors. Ensure there are comprehensive systems in place and that all staff, contractors and site visitors are regularly inducted and aware of all potential hazards and the necessary mitigations.
- Undertake investigations and implement actions into any reported events or behaviours that do not meet agreed protocols and standards.
Due to the dynamic nature of CH4 Australia, the tasks and responsibilities noted in this role description may change from time to time, to meet the needs of the business. As a result, it is expected that the incumbent is prepared for changes to the role and this description of it, on a day-to-day-basis. Any ‘material’ changes will be mutually agreed between the parties and noted in this document/in writing.