Fisheries Technology Associates, Inc.
Fisheries Technology Associates, Inc.


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 or wild-fisheries 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 company.


While we appreciate interest in our company on the part of other job seekers, we do not operate our own production systems or facilities that include intern, entry-level, or technician-level employment positions.  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 Opportunities at Other Organizations

Please periodically monitor this page for opportunities at other organizations and production facilities.

18 April 2019--Assistant Hatchery Manager, NM Department of Game and Fish, permanent

Salary $12.87 – $22.39 Hourly $26,764 – $46,562 Annually

 Visual evaluation of daily production inventories to assess fish health and to determine daily task change recommendations.  In the absence of the manager, ensuring all tasks relative to production and distribution are completed.  Evaluation of daily production inventories to assess fish health. Communicating with the manager to ensure all tasks relative to fish production are completed. Participating in daily fish propagation activities. Communicating with the manager to ensure all priority tasks are completed with the most efficient use of manpower available. Provide recommendations to the manager where applicable.


Associates Degree in Aquaculture, Fisheries, Wildlife Science, Natural Sciences, Biology, Agriculture, or Animal Husbandry. Education may be substituted on a one to one basis for experience.

3 years’ experience in Aquaculture, Fisheries, Wildlife Sciences, Natural Sciences, Biology, Agriculture, or Animal Husbandry. Experience may be substituted on a one to one basis for education.

Ad Closing Date: 4-26-2019




8 April 2019--Fish Production Supervisor, VT Fish and Wildlife Department, permanent

Salary $23.35/HR plus 20% guaranteed OT, benefits

Ed Weed Fish Culture Station, Grand Isle, Vermont

Employee will be involved in supervision / advanced level maintenance / professional scientific work at the Ed Weed Fish Culture Station.  Duties include personnel supervision, ensuring production objectives are met, ensuring permit compliance, routine maintenance / emergency repairs, participating in research / facility upgrade projects, public outreach, and fish distribution.  Occasional weekend assignment / holiday coverage. On-site housing and emergency availability required.  Successful completion of Department’s course in fish culture and attainment of pesticide applicators license within 2 years and CPR certification within 6 months of hire required.



Education: B.S. in fish culture, fisheries science, or related field.  Experience: 3 years advanced level in fish propagation.  Additional experience can be substituted (6 month/semester basis).

Ad Closing Date:  5/2/2019


Adam Miller – (802) 777-2852,



No other positions are available at this time.  This page is updated weekly.


Be sure to visit World Fishing and Aquaculture, American Fisheries Society, AquacultureJobs, FishJobs, and EnvironmentalCareer for other job listings and resumé posting services.

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