Job Opportunities

Production Technician – Industrial Plankton

About the Job
Industrial Plankton designs and manufactures cutting-edge industrial bioreactors, used by our clients to produce live feed in aquaculture hatcheries, and various end-products (nutraceuticals, oils, etc.) for the biotech sector.

We have an opening for a skilled individual, passionate about building innovative products. The Production Technician will become a key part of the team responsible for assembling and testing bioreactors in a fast paced manufacturing facility.

Responsibilities
● Forming, gluing and working engineered plastics into complex shapes
● Routing, sanding and polishing
● Assembly of pumps, LED lighting components, and tank accessories
● Self managing time to meet daily objectives
● Meticulous quality testing of parts and processes
● Maintaining production documentation

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Yamashita Shellfish Farm Manager- Nisqually Indian Tribe

NATURE OF WORK: This position is responsible for managing operations, supervising employees, and leading marketing efforts of shellfish grown at Tribally owned or leased properties.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Manage and oversee all operational functions of the shellfish farm.
  • Plan, manage, and perform tasks and projects related to farm development, operations, and monitoring.
  • Manage, supervise and train technicians and other shellfish farm employees.
  • Establish and maintain financial records.
  • Establish and maintain inventory and quality control methods.
  • Develop, monitor, revise shellfish farming plans.
  • Research and purchase equipment and supplies.
  • Develop marketing plan and lead marketing efforts of shellfish grown on Tribally owned or leased properties.
  • Schedule farming tasks from seeding to harvest.
  • Other duties as assigned.

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Large Boat Skipper – Taylor Shellfish Farms

Large Boat Skipper

O107 – Shelton, Washington

Department: O107
Employment Type: Full Time Regular
Minimum Experience: Mid-level
Compensation: $17+ DOE

 

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.

POSITION DESCRIPTION

Oyster skippers are responsible for their oyster boat or “dredge”. This includes the general maintenance such as fluid levels, oil, and completing the daily inspection of the vessel. All skippers must have a Washington State boater’s license and complete a Taylor Shellfish boater’s safety training. Activities of a skipper are running the boat for each tide run, retrieving oyster tubs, spreading seed, but can also include a number of other tasks assigned by their manager. The skipper must feel comfortable navigating a boat in all weather conditions. The skippers need to learn the specific farms they work on and be able to communicate the harvest details during transport from beach to plant. Shipments must be properly labeled.

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Director of Production/Distribution Operations – Hog Island Oyster Co.

Hog Island Oyster Co. is looking for an experienced Director of Production/Distribution Operations (DPO) to join our team. If you’re looking for a position that will both challenge and reward while working for a Company that takes care of its people, the planet and profits, then we encourage you to apply. Hog Island Oyster Co. is proud to be a certified B Corp, using business as a force for good.

Live to shuck, shuck to live!

At Hog Island Oyster we aim to cultivate, serve and enjoy the best oyster experience possible. We take care and effort hand raising sustainable shellfish, which we proudly serve at our farm in Marshall and our restaurants in Marshall, San Francisco, and Napa. This position requires travel but would mainly work out of our office on beautiful Tomales Bay in Marshall, CA.
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Job Posting: WA/OR Aquaculture Coordinator – NMFS

Job Announcement # (MAP): NMFS-2019-0022
Link to MAP – Federal Announcement

Job Announcement # (DE): NMFS-2019-0023
Link to DE – Public Announcement

Summary
This position is located in the National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) aquaculture program, with one position each in the Alaska Region (Juneau or Anchorage, Alaska), the Greater Atlantic Region (Gloucester, Massachusetts), and the West Coast Region (Seattle or Lacey, Washington).

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