Under the supervision of the Hatchery Manager, assist in supervising and directing activities of employees to ensure successful culture of an assigned number and species of fish. Those activities include: collection, fertilization, incubation, feeding, sorting, transfer, and distribution of various species. Maintain proper pond conditions, guard against diseases, and provide pest and weed control. Keep hatchery grounds, buildings, and equipment clean, orderly, and in good condition. Prepare and submit adequate, accurate records and reports on all phases of work. Assist the Hatchery Manager in the design and implementation of research projects to enhance fish production and present research findings at state and regional professional meetings.
Education: Requires a Bachelor’s Degree or higher in Aquatic Resource Management or closely related field from an accredited college or university. Please attach a transcript to your application; your application will not be considered without an attached transcript.
Experience: Two years previous hatchery experience is required. Five years previous hatchery experience may substitute for the formal education bringing the total experience required to seven years.
Knowledge and Skills: Knowledge of principles and techniques of warm water fish culture, supervisory ability and use of personal computers. Skill in operation and maintenance of vehicles, machinery, farm implements and tools.
Excellent state benefits
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