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Employment Opportunities at FTA
Because of our company structure and the
clientele we serve, we consider resumé
or curriculum vitae information from only a relatively few individuals.
You must have at least 15 years of aquaculture consulting experience
or other similar substantial expertise or qualifications for us to
seriously consider you for employment. For those who qualify, you may
e-mail your unsolicited resumé or curriculum vitae to
our Senior Biologist at
The requirements listed
above do not necessarily apply to
specific solicitations that from time to time may be
listed here in the
Employment Opportunities at FTA
section. Please read those
solicitations for requirements and qualifications.
Currently, we have no specific positions to offer within our
While we appreciate interest in our company on the part
of other job seekers, we do not operate
our own production system or
facilities that include intern, entry-level, or technician-level
If our policy on this matter or the structure of our company
changes, we will post an update on this page. Again, thanks for your interest.
Employment at Other Organizations
Please periodically monitor this page for opportunities
at other organizations and production facilities.
15 November 2013--State
Administrative Manager 15, MI Dept. of Natural Resources, permanent
||$69,707.00 – $100,267.00 annually
||State Administrative Manager 15
Lake Erie Basin Coordinator, Lansing, Michigan
This position helps guide the Fisheries Division in the pursuit of its
mission and goals by participating as a member of the Fisheries Division
Management Team. This position is responsible for coordinating Fisheries
Division activities, including work and budget planning processes, within
the Lake Erie Basin; assist in coordinating statewide activities between
basins. Help enable ecosystem- and landscape-scale management within the
Lake Erie Basin. Represent the Division on Great Lakes Fishery Commission
(GFLC), Lake Committee, Department-level assignments. Represent Division
and help organize Lake Erie Citizen Fishery Advisory Committee meetings.
Assist Unit Managers in development of collaborative work between
Fisheries Division and other agencies and groups.
||Possession of a bachelor’s degree
in any major and four years of professional experience, including two
years equivalent to the experienced (P11) level or one year equivalent to
the advanced (12) level.
||Applicants must apply on-line at
the below link and please attach the following to your application: 1.
Cover Letter; 2. A copy of your official transcripts showing the degree
earned; and 3. Three references with one of them being an immediate
supervisor from within the last five years.
15 November 2013--Director of
Strategic Partnerships, Western Native Trout Initiative, permanent
||Manages strategic partnerships,
develops new funding support opportunities, manages WNTI social media,
communications and outreach products. The Director will initially provide
part-time oversight, planning and implementation of a comprehensive
development program intended to secure financial resources from
foundations, corporations, or individuals within the state/country to
support western native trout conservation goals in the western United
States. This position will build on the foundation developed by the
previous director and make recommendations to the WNTI Steering Committee
(SC) on needed modifications in approach. This includes managing all major
gifts functions, which may include donor cultivation and solicitation,
planned giving, principal gifts, donor prospecting and research, and
If successful in this position, the Director will ultimately move to full
time and assume some of the coordination responsibilities currently
handled by the SC Coordinator. As such, we seek an individual with
connections to the native fish management and/or aquatic conservation
community. The candidate will work closely with current WNTI Coordinator
to help manage National Fish Habitat Partnership and Association of Fish
and Wildlife Agencies (AFWA) grants and execute required deliverables.
||3-4 years fund-raising
experience, knowledge of, and experience in western native trout
conservation and management, capabilities in using Facebook, Twitter and
website management, good communication, writing and public speaking
||Robin Knox, WNTI Coordinator at
No other positions are available at this time.
This page is updated weekly.
Be sure to visit
American Fisheries Society,
for other job listings and
resumé posting services.