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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.
8 December 2014--Program
Manager VIII, MA Dept. of Fish and Game, Westborough, permanent
||$70,000.00 to $110,000.00 Annually
Provides effective and competent management and leadership over the daily
operations of all DFW installations including remote offices and
conservation land. Works with District Managers and Fish Culturists to
find solutions to problems that occur. Ensure safe and efficient operating
conditions. Participates in employee evaluations, employee training, and
matters involving disciplinary action.
Leads and manages professional trained fish and wildlife biologists in the
development and implementation of conservation strategies that ensure
sustainable populations of fish and wildlife at healthy levels throughout
Oversees and directs efforts to develop or modify regulations. Recommends
regulatory changes to the Director and the Fisheries & Wildlife Board.
Participates in public hearings and analyzes input to guide regulatory
Coordinates with the Division of Fisheries and Wildlife’s Director and
Deputy Director of Administration to construct and implement annual
spending plan. Oversees expenditures of funds at all DFW installations.
Establishes operational program goals and priorities; policy development
priorities; and field operational priorities.
Routinely advises government officials (state & municipal) as well as
sportsmen and general pubic regarding human wildlife conflicts or general
Oversees process of filling vacant positions ensuring that all state
policies are adhered to throughout the hiring process
Represents Director at meetings and on projects as assigned.
MINIMUM ENTRANCE REQUIREMENTS:
Applicants must have at least (A) five years of full-time, or equivalent
part-time, supervisory or managerial experience in business
administration, business management or public administration and (B) of
which at least two years must have been in a managerial capacity.
Masters or other advanced degree in Natural Resources Management or
Ten or more years of professional experience in wildlife / fisheries
Five or more years of professional organization management and supervisory
experience working for a state natural resources agency at senior staff
Experienced in public and media relations, public administration, and
Strong management, leadership, and team building skills. Proven
administrative and management ability in complex environment.
Excellent interpersonal, public speaking, and communications skills (both
written and oral), as well as proficiency in Microsoft Office is required.
Interested persons should respond in writing, accompanied by a resume,
cover letter, and a Commonwealth of Massachusetts Application for
Employment, no later than 5:00 p.m. on the closing date to:
Johanna Zabriskie, Director of Human Resources
Department of Fish and Game
251 Causeway Street, Suite 400
Boston, MA 02114
Resumes will not be considered without an application. Applications are
available on the Department of Fish and Game website at mass.gov/DFG under
Employment Opportunities. You may also request an application be sent to
you. Please reference the Posting ID on all correspondence. Please submit
a separate resume and cover letter if applying for multiple job postings.
Posting I.D # J45378
Link to Disability Form (return this form to the ADA Coordinator listed
Link to the Veterans Forms (return this form to the Diversity Officer
listed below) http://www.mass.gov/anf/docs/hrd/odeo/veterans/gender-race-veteran-applicant-self-id-form.doc
Diversity Officer/ADA Coordinator: Johanna M. Zabriskie, 617-626-1599
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.