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Aquaculture Production Manager

Society for Conservation Biology
San Francisco, California, US
Closing date
Nov 1, 2023

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Academic / Research, Nonprofit
Conservation science
Salary Type
Employment Type
Full time
World Aquaculture Society Employment Service - Job - World Aquaculture Society Employment Service Aquaculture Production Manager Mission Bay, San Diego, CA Full Time $50k-65k/yr + benes Job Details

The Aquaculture Production Manager will have abroad range of responsibilities related to the culture of fish, seaweeds, andinvertebrates across all aspects of operations of our research hatchery,including a small team of personnel, plant and animal husbandry, supplyinventory, system maintenance, etc.

Primary Duties:

· Help manage all aspects of plant andanimal production, including but not limited to: broodstock holding andspawning; production and feeding of live feeds (e.g. rotifers, Artemia , microalgae); larval production;general husbandry including cleaning, feeding, and application of treatments;quantification of growth and survival.

· Manage hatchery employees including:hiring, training, scheduling, supervising, and evaluating.

· Maintain a current inventory oflaboratory and hatchery supplies and ensure that feed and feed supplies arestocked in a manner that promotes maximum freshness and quality.

· Help to ensure that all safety andbiosecurity measures are being complied with and help in the development of newand improved procedures as appropriate.

· Help to ensure that all systems areproperly maintained and monitored.

· Maintain accurate records and update protocolsregularly; assist with all facility reporting requirements as needed.
Actas a primary respondent in the 24hr life-support monitoring program (livewithin 30 minutes' response time of the laboratory)
Qualifications/Physical Requirements/Working Conditions:

· College degree in biology preferred

· Demonstrated experience andproficiency in marine aquaculture

· Experience managing others

· Responsible, hardworking individualwith the ability to work both independently and as part of a team

· Vision to read printed materials and acomputer screen; hearing and speech to communicate effectively in person andover the telephone

· Outstanding written and verbalcommunication skills, including the use of standard word processing andspreadsheet software programs
  • Must beable to regularly work weekends and potentially odd hours and holidays.

· Possess a current driver's license andinsurability to drive HSWRI vehicles

· Physicalability to team lift and carry up to 50lbswith accommodation

· Support a diverse, equitable, andinclusive work environment where all staff, volunteers and guests are respectedand valued.

· Employment is contingent on successfulengagement in the HSWRI COVID-19 Vaccination program (fully vaccinated withdocumented proof or approved exception/deferral).

· Must be authorized to work in theUnited States.

Contact InformationHubbs-SeaWorld Research Institute
Human Resources Coordinator

Please submit a cover letter and resume to

Post Date: 9/18/2023 2:53:05 PM
Closing Date: 10/31/2023 12:00:00 AM
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Hubbs-SeaWorld Research Institute (HSWRI) is a non-profit scientific research organization committed to conserving and renewing marine life to ensure a healthier planet. Our team of experts provides innovative and objective scientific solutions to challenges threatening ocean health and marine life in our rapidly changing world.

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