Supply Chain Standards Manager, Southeast Asia

Are you passionate about our oceans and do you want to work with like-minded people to deliver sustainable seafood to consumers across the globe?

Job Title: Supply Chain Standards Manager, Southeast Asia
Location: Bogor, Indonesia
Working Hours: 40 hours per week.

This is an exciting opportunity to join the MSC’s Supply Chain Standards team as a Supply Chain Standards Manager, working with seafood businesses, research partners, governments and NGOs across Southeast Asia and globally, to ensure the integrity of MSC labelled products.

You’ll be integral to ensuring the quality and credibility of the MSC’s Chain of Custody Program through capacity building and stakeholder training, policy development, relationship management, quality assurance and incident management; as well as having an input into the strategic direction of the program.

Who are you?


  • be qualified to degree level or have equivalent experience in a science (e.g. food/ aquatic science), supply chain management or another relevant discipline;
  • have demonstrable experience in or with food related supply chains (small scale fisheries and value chain experience desirable) in a technical, operational or assurance/ audit role;
  • be experienced in delivering training and adapting training material to meet diverse stakeholder needs and knowledge skillsets; 
  • be knowledgeable about supply chain traceability and developments in this area; 
  • be fluent in written and spoken English. Proficiency in a second language is essential (preferred: Bahasa Indonesia, Japanese, Vietnamese or Thai).

Who are we?

The MSC’s vision is for the world’s oceans to be teeming with life, and seafood supplies safeguarded for this and future generations. Through our internationally recognised certification and ecolabeling program, well-managed sustainable fisheries are recognised and rewarded in the marketplace, through the leadership of our partners.

Over 400 fisheries around the world, representing more than 17% of the annual global marine catch, are now engaged in the MSC program and MSC certified and labelled seafood products are now available in over 100 countries.

To apply

Please email the following information to 

  • A cover letter in English outlining how your skills, experience and knowledge directly address the responsibilities and requirements detailed in the job specification, and include information on your salary expectations and right to work information; and
  • A copy of your current CV in English. Please ensure that they are sent as Word or PDF documents with the titles “your name cover letter” and “your name CV”. 

The subject of your email should read: Supply Chain Standards Manager

Closing date

22 November 2021 at 09:00am GMT
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Language: English
Date of issue: 18 February 2020

We’re an international organisation and all our employees demonstrate a level of cultural awareness, and value the diverse views and approaches relevant to the MSC program.

The MSC is committed to flexible working. Please note that our Indonesia office is currently working remotely. We will be expecting to run a trial for hybrid working shortly, and the successful candidate will need to work from our Indonesia office for a minimum of 2 days a week.

The MSC is committed to the principles of equality and fairness and we welcome applications from all communities.  We do not discriminate on the grounds of age, ethnicity, race, colour, religion or belief, gender or gender identity, sexual orientation or disability.  If you consider yourself to have a disability and need reasonable adjustments made during the recruitment and selection process, please let us know how we can help you.


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