Job Title: Broodstock Development Hatchery Technician
Accountability: Broodstock Development Lead
Starting Wage: $14-$16/hr depending on research experience
Taylor Shellfish Farms is one of the largest producers of farmed shellfish in North America. The company is quickly growing in sustainable shellfish farming with new techniques and innovative growing methods.
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The employee will work closely with the research department team as well as the other hatchery staff to test future broodstock lines and create polyploids from selected stocks. Culture techniques include small volume static and continuous larval and seed cultures. This is a very physically active position including repetitive lifting of 2 gallon buckets, standing and working on concrete floors and working long hours on occasion. More specific duties include the following:
Pacific Hybreed is looking for a part-time Hatchery Technician to fill the the critical team-member position for “on the ground” hatchery operations and breeding efforts.
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Position: Hatchery Technician
Pay Range: $12-20/hr, dependent on experience
Position includes full medical/dental insurance (after 90 day waiting period)
Start Date: January 4, 2019
Whiskey Creek Shellfish Hatchery, located in Netarts, Oregon, is one of the largest shellfish hatcheries in the U.S., with a 40 year history of supplying shellfish larvae to growers throughout the Pacific Northwest. The hatchery is currently seeking qualified applicants for a permanent, full time hatchery technician position. Duties will include all aspects of hatchery production, including (but not limited to) spawning oysters, mussels, and clams, maintaining larval groups, single seed production, broodstock management, and production of microalgae. Prior experience working in shellfish hatcheries is preferred, but not absolutely necessary- the employee will work closely with existing staff to train in these areas.
The Department of Ecology is recruiting for an Aquaculture Specialist (Environmental Specialist 5) in the Water Quality Program. This position will be located in either our Southwest Regional Office in Lacey, WA or our Northwest Regional Office in Bellevue, WA, depending on the location of the successful candidate.
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The College of Fisheries and Ocean Sciences (CFOS) at the University of Alaska Fairbanks (UAF) seeks applications from exceptional candidates for a tenure-track faculty position in mariculture to complement CFO’s breadth of expertise in fisheries and ocean sciences.
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