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.

11 February 2019--Fisheries Biologist, MI Department of Natural Resources, Fisheries Division, permanent

Salary $19.96 – 33.64 per hour

Implementation of the 2007 Consent Decree and functions as the Division’s administrative and technical lead for the Inland Fisheries Committee.  Monitors the activities of all parties and works to achieve compliance with the Consent Decree regarding planning, habitat enhancement, harvest, fishing methods, and data sharing/reporting


Possession of a bachelor’s degree in fisheries biology, fisheries management, aquatic biology, or zoology.

Ad Closing Date:  2/21/19 at 11:59 PM


Patrick Hanchin, 231-547-2917 Ext. 227


6 February 2019--Fisheries Biologist, WI Department of Natural Resources, permanent

Salary Starting pay is between $48,880.00 and $57,200.00 annually ($23.50 – $27.50 per hour)

This position plans and implements a professional, diverse fisheries management program to protect and improve sport (and commercial fishing if applicable) on all lakes, streams, flowages, rivers and ponds within the assigned geographical area. There is one position opening located in each of the following cities: Bayfield, Milwaukee, and Woodruff.


Required Qualifications for the position include: 

  • Knowledge of Fisheries Management, Fisheries Science, Fish Ecology, Biology or related field.
  • Knowledge and experience in fish species interactions and relationships between fishes and their abiotic environment.
  • Experience collaborating and communicating with diverse customers and stakeholders.

In additionto the Required Qualifications, Preferred Qualifications include:

  • Experience budgeting, work planning, and project implementation policies and procedures.
  • An earned doctoral degree in Fisheries Management, Fisheries Science, Fish Ecology, Biology, or related field.

Ad Closing Date: 2/19/2019


Rebecca Rupnow, Human Resources Specialist, 608-261-6447,


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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