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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.
14 May 2015--Hatchery
Supervisor, OK Dept. of Wildlife Conservation, permanent
Under the general direction and supervision of the Chief or Assistant
Chief, in addition to Hatchery Manager Responsibilities, coordinates,
directs and supervises the activities of Department fish hatcheries.
Education and Experience: Bachelor’s degree in Wildlife or Fisheries
Management, or equivalent field of study. Requires nine years previous
related experience. At least two years supervisory responsibility.
A Master’s Degree with seven years related experience. Two years’
experience must include supervisory responsibility.
Knowledge and Skills: Supervisory and personnel management skills,
knowledge in principles and techniques of warm water fish culture.
Scaggs, Vicky, firstname.lastname@example.org
Must apply on Department application. For an application contact the Human
Resource Office, Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation, (405)
521-4640, or down-load the application at www.wildlifedepartment.com.
Applications will be reviewed and the best qualified candidates will be
invited for an interview.
5 May 2015--Senior
Fisheries Ecologist, Normandeau Associates, permanent
Normandeau Associates is seeking a Senior Fisheries Ecologist in our
Stowe, PA office with significant 316(a) and/or (b) researcher and
permitting specialist experience. This position requires the ability to
solve analytical problems, the ability to design and conduct large field
fisheries programs, and excellent report writing and communication skills.
The successful candidate will support projects in population monitoring
and power plant impact assessments, and be responsible for leading program
implementation, quality control, data analysis and interpretation. Travel,
overtime, weekend or evening work may be required.
Qualified candidates should have a M.S. in Biology, Zoology, Ecology,
Fisheries, Aquatic Ecology or related discipline with 10 years of
experience and a broad background in freshwater or marine fish population
ecology, with emphasis on quantitative field applications. Specific
experience: mark-recapture population estimates, sampling designs,
population dynamics, Section 316(b) impingement/entrainment studies,
endangered fish/invertebrate species, and SAS programming. Candidates
should be able to work in the U.S. without company sponsorship.
Please submit a cover letter, resume, and three references to HR@normandeau.com
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.