Who We Are
Scientists, Engineers, Foodies and Entrepreneurs
Wildtype is an energetic, diverse, and inspiring team of world-class scientists, engineers, foodies and entrepreneurs. We share a collective passion for changing the food system.
What Matters Most
Once at sea, members of a crew only have one another to overcome the many challenges that come their way. Being crewmates means being willing to ask for help early and often.
Our customers demand high-quality seafood that is made with honesty, integrity, and openness. Operating with transparency ensures we bring our community with us on this journey.
Making the leap-forward advances that will define our food system for the next century means bringing rigor, initiative, and perseverance to work with us every day.
Our oceans are warming and wild fish stocks are in steep decline. We bring urgency to our work that reflects the importance of our mission.
Above all, we hold ourselves accountable for doing what’s right for one another, our stakeholders, our customers, our communities, and the planet.
We Cover all the Big Stuff
Room to Grow
Mentorship, educational reimbursement, and professional growth
Health, vision, dental, commuter, and culinary benefits package
Everyone is an owner here
We help you save for retirement
Passion, Purpose, Diversity, and Inclusion
To make the cleanest, most sustainable seafood on the planet, we’re looking for committed scientists to fundamentally redefine how the world sources healthy and delicious seafood products.
We are committed to building a diverse workplace spanning multiple dimensions including race, color, ancestry, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, marital status, disability, gender identity, and veteran status.
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