Aquaponics Job Board

This space is dedicated to both those seeking jobs and seeking employees in the aquaponics industry. Use the Comment space below to post your listings. And from Ernie J - click here for a site for aquaculture jobs that sometimes lists aquaponic positions


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Comment by Diane on May 21, 2015 at 10:05am

 does anyone having problems with ammonia being high in their aquaponic system? We have well water and have no softer. All our plants died. So we are getting ready to start up again this spring. We have the same fish and tank as we did last year. I will be starting to check the water today to see where we are at.

Comment by Tim Rice on May 19, 2015 at 11:35am

Hi Everyone,

My name is Timothy Rice. I have just started getting into aquaponics and am looking for somewhere locally i can get hands on experience. I live in southern California.I am 25 years old. If anyone is interested please send me a message and i will reply promptly.

Comment by Jonathan Meade on April 28, 2015 at 3:01pm


Anyone in the Denver area? I just recently moved to Colorado and would love the opportunity to meet, and if possible work for, people who have an aquaponics systems. I have a B.S. in Environmental Science from Christopher Newport University in Newport News, Virginia. Very interested in learning more about this type of food production system and would love to get some hands on experience. Any advice or contacts you know and could get me in touch with would be wonderful as well.

Thank you,


Comment by ahmed on April 27, 2015 at 10:45pm


My name is ahmed from egypt

i would like to work for learn in aquaponic system

any organization can provide me an invitation for work and little money for living i will accept

if you agree with this and need help contact me

Comment by Neda Nemati on April 24, 2015 at 1:58pm


I am looking for a job/Co-op position in Toronto. I have experience in Tilapia farming, feed formulation and production of pellets. 

If anyone has contacts they could introduce me to that would be greatly appreciated.

My email is


Comment by Philippe Pauvert on March 29, 2015 at 5:44pm

Hello All, long time no see. After Bolivian mountains I went to Colombia to build a couple of commercial Aquaponics and RAS Tilapias and Trout Aquaculture plants. The past 6 months I reconditioned a banana packing facility in Mocache Ecuador with  6 X 40" Tilapias fish tanks and 20 3X6 (walk' in) GBs. That was the opportunity to try my integrated RAS system with dual drum filters and zeolite. With full airlifts everything works with air.

Phase 2 comes with extensions and integration with poultry, veals and piglets.

After nearly 23 years in SA I´d like to come up north. If I can be of any help, please contact me.

Comment by john dawyot on March 27, 2015 at 7:36am


My name is John Dawyot. I will be graduating from Penn State University in May and have been working the past couple of years on the aquaponic system we have here, just doing general maintenance, feedings, water changes, etc. I was looking to continue working with aquaponics, preferably in an urban area. I want to attempt to start an aquaponics system in an urban area, but I would really just like to work on a commercial farm. My email is Thanks.

Comment by Nathaniel Ethan Talley on March 11, 2015 at 3:16pm

Hi John Tharp. Where in the West Coast are you looking at? Anywhere in the Southern California area?

Comment by John Tharp on March 9, 2015 at 1:58pm

My name is John Tharp I am currently a student at Montana State University-Bozeman in Agricultural Plant Science. I have been running aquaponics and hydroponics systems for three years. I am currently looking for employment for the Summer in the Mountain West/West Coast.

Comment by ray on March 4, 2015 at 6:56am

my e mail is i live in miami. i am going to washington state this june for vacation for 3 weeks and would?? be available at your site through october really. then return to miami.  as i said i need housing, food im ok.  i can work 10 hours daily , and 6 days. I take buses without any problem so would not need a car. less area was remote. i am familiar with auto water feeders, some knowledge of irrigation above under ground local to root, also, know how to service pvc piping. familiar with temp, but ?? not water samples. also, know about Ph levels nec for plant growth, so really??  and alkaline process. 

Comment by ray on March 4, 2015 at 6:42am name is ray, i have been studying aquaponics for 3 years now off you tube...lloll.... i am not lost in its fundamentals .. and workings. i am novice to the chemicals biology but not so much the science of light to energy. I have a great interest in the industry and be willing to travel this summer fir the right deal. i would need housing. a available this summer only. my ksa's. would be hard experinece growing some produce. and good working knowledge ....mechanically on aquaponics, not biology, where im / weaker/. i can be an apprentace in your.. site. my back/ ground is medical billing.. heavy labor construction / 5 years airforce , unfortunately no science or biology degrees. but tough rugged back ground in construction, and good exp with logistics. along with a green thumb touch.

Comment by Nathaniel Ethan Talley on February 15, 2015 at 4:22pm


I'm new to the aquaponics community and I'm really interested in aquaponics, I want to learn everything about it. Someday I want to have my own commercial farm. The reason why I haven't done it has a hobby is because I don't have the room or the money to do it and besides I rather learn from someone who knows what they're doing. If someone knows anyone that is willing to hire in Southern California near the riverside area that'll be awesome. You/they won't regret it. Please email me at

Comment by Joshua T. Merwin on February 12, 2015 at 11:37am


I am very interested in pursuing a career in Aquaponics. I returned from Indonesia where a team and I created a system similar to that of an aquaponics system. Instead of commercial feed for the fish, we designed a catch system to harvest Soldier Fly Larvae.

I believe there is incredible potential for aquaponics for hobbyists who want to create something small and for commercial size systems.

If anyone has contacts they could introduce me to that would be greatly appreciated.

My email is


Comment by Robin Roberts on February 4, 2015 at 2:55pm


I have a colleague that may be in your Southern CA area soon for a municipal water filtration project. He is an aquaponics specialist and may have an interest in meeting you. Please e-mail me a bio of what you have accomplished and how you would like to apply it to aquaponics. Enjoy your sunny warm climate ! 

Sincere regards,


Comment by Kris Hanson on February 3, 2015 at 11:45am

Hi there!

I'm looking to enter the lovely community of aquaponics.  After several years doing medical software consulting and working on an ambulance, I'd like to immerse myself into the field.  This technology can change the world, and I want to contribute.  I have experience in troubleshooting involved tech systems, task automation, end user education and support, as well as workflow design and drafting.

I'm extremely mobile and available with passport in hand. 

You can find me on LinkedIn here, or email me at


Comment by Robin Roberts on February 3, 2015 at 11:04am


Please e-mail me with your bio and goals in aquaponics. I look forward to working with you.


Comment by Christopher Hannon on February 3, 2015 at 10:00am
My name is Chris and I have been interested in aquaponics since this previous summer. I am finishing my last semester in Computer Science at Illinois Tech. I am looking for a job in Aquaponics. I have some experience in Aquaponics as I have put together my own system from an aquarium. I also have experience in cyber-physical systems such as smart grid technologies and embedded system development for realtime data monitoring. I am looking for employment in this field and/or for advice on continuing education/research on combining technology with Aquaponics.

Christopher Hannon
Comment by Robin Roberts on February 3, 2015 at 7:31am


Please connect by sending me an e-mail and join me on Linkedin. I can help. 



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Comment by Andrew Alvis on January 20, 2015 at 5:05pm

Sustainable Harvesters is looking to add another member to the team who is experienced and educated in aquaponics. Sustainable Harvesters is a commercial aquaponics facility located 40 miles outside of Houston in Hockley, TX. We currently service over 25 restaurants, food distributors, and retailers in Texas but things are just heating up.We are seeking someone who is passionate and excited about aquaponics and willing to work hard. We don't want someone who just wants to show up and work without a smile everyday...We want someone who will add depth and value to our team. We are currently opening up Phase 2 of our greenhouse and will be doubling in production. We are offering a full-time paid position. This position will include all aspects of aquaponics including greenhouse SOP's, farmers market's, system construction, sales, marketing, delivery, and maintenance. If you are looking to make a career in aquaponics, then this is the perfect opportunity for you. Please check out our website and our Facebook at ;If you are interested in applying please email us and send us your resume at If you have any questions regarding this position please feel free to email us or call us directly for further information. We will be needing somebody asap! Thanks!

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