Job Opportunities

Aquaculture Specialist (Environmental Specialist 5) Needed in Lacey, WA or Bellevue, WA

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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Broodstock and Singles Harvest Coordinator – Goose Point Oyster Co. Inc.

Job Description:

Manage broodstock off-bottom system on farm. Includes maintaining function of current system and coordinating additions as needed.

Co-manage inventory and mapping of broodstock families and research projects.

Collect and ship broodstock for disease testing and for hatchery spawns.

Participate in broodstock assessments and provide logistical support for studies.

Coordinate planting and harvesting of Goose Point singles to and from beds. Includes managing and transporting crews and communicating with sales and production to fill orders.

Maintain proper harvest logs and tags.

Assist singles farm manager in development and maintenance of singles cage farm.

Collect and maintain location and harvest data.


Required: Must be willing to work in accordance with the tides, including some early mornings and late evenings. Available Sunday through Friday when necessary for product harvest. Must be able to lift and carry 50 lbs on a regular basis. Comfortable preforming above duties in adverse weather conditions.


Preferred: Knowledge of small water craft operation. Basic understanding of Microsoft suite. Spanish language skills.


Compensation will be based off level of experience.


Please contact and with resume. Cover letters welcome. Position open until filled.

Outreach and Projects Coordinator, 30 – 40 hours per week – PCSGA

The function of the Outreach and Projects Coordinator is to support PCSGA in Growers and Allied membership services and engagement, internal and external communication strategy, publication production, and coordination of Association activities.

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