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 CHITO F SACE on June 8, 2012 at 9:07pm

Hey Mona Miller, If I am only free to be there, I will join your team. I am tied up with contracts in the Philippines.

More power and hoping for the best.

Comment by Mona Miller on June 8, 2012 at 5:16pm

Hello Community I need to find someone who knows aquaponic Gardening that would like to be part of our team to bring aquaponics to Branson, Mo. as a very large, aquaponic food factory and educational tourist attraction. We have a prime location and 15 existing buildings. The state is holding a grant for us. We must submit to them a business plan based on their format. This will require us  (The team) to have someone who knows all the ends and outs of aquaponics. I have attached a story I wrote hopping to draw the picture that I see. or just go to youtube and watch our videos. Branson Aquaponics or find us on facebook at Branson Aquaponic Gardens and Educational Center please feel free to give me a call at 417-338-2537 join us in our mission to feed the world one garden at a time.The%20time%20has%20come%20to%20draw%20the%20picture.docm

Comment by Trevor Johnson on May 26, 2012 at 12:12pm

I have found 1 acre of property in SE michigan (ferndale) that is zoned comercial and am looking for folks who are interested in investing in a aquaponics business.  I have created a business plan that incorporates value added production, education, consulting and installations.  The finantial spreadsheet shows that the business will begin paying dividends between years 1.5 and 3 depending on how the consultation and installations do in the economy.  I already have 3 restaurants that purchase produce from my farming operations and all want to purchase the aquaponics produce as well. Lets not wait for the jobs/internships to come to us.  Let create them.

Comment by Nick Pace on May 26, 2012 at 6:53am

Great website! I am a freelance graphic designer, and have recently found out about Aquaponics through doing some volunteer work for the Environmental Cleanup Coalition. Needless to say it was a life-changer, and now I really want to pursue Aquaponics! I would be willing to learn just about anything in the field, and can relocate upon opportunity. I have lived in over 5 countries and am really good with adapting to various cultures and getting along with people. Having created a personal website about Aquaponics, I thought it would be a good idea to get involved with an existing community. Regardless, here is what I have so far... just a little something to help promote and advertise the concept- http://liveaquaponics.wordpress.com/ . I have an online graphic design portfolio also, upon request. 

Comment by Alpha Aqua on May 24, 2012 at 2:09pm

Hello,

I'm hoping to get some hands experience in the Winnipeg area,

Comment by Trevor Johnson on May 20, 2012 at 10:03am
Hello.

I'm a farmer in se michigan and I'm looking for a job in the aquaphonics industry. I have a bs in horticulture degree from michigan state and am a certified permaculture designer. I have a resume if you would like.
Comment by Chris Martin on May 19, 2012 at 11:45pm

Process Technology Graduate looking for a job in Aquaponics. Louisiana area.

Comment by rowen wu on April 30, 2012 at 11:22am

Hey Zach, I'm in San Francisco - definitely interested in doing aquaponic work. Have no experience yet, though really interested in learning. Let me know if you still have an opportunity. Thanks.

Comment by Zachary Beryl on April 25, 2012 at 5:54pm

Anyone interested in aquaponic work in the Marin county or Bay area? Let me know.

Comment by Max Ferris on April 16, 2012 at 11:44am

Ryan, I will definitely let you know. Where are you taking the internship? What island? Hawaii is a small place, and I might have some connects for you. Let me know, Max

Comment by Windy Elliott on April 16, 2012 at 7:09am

Hi Everyone!

 

I currently live in the DC Metro, but am having serious fantasies of buying a plot of land in colorado, building a tiny house, and being close to my family. My job here is in cyber security, but I'm open to other options. If anyone has any leads on a job close to the Ft Collins area that might be willing to be patient with me while I make the move, I would really appreciate it.

Comment by Ryan Works on April 15, 2012 at 4:06am

Max, let me know where and when you find a position....I'm getting into the business and you sound like a fantastic fella to work with, as well as educated. I have an idea of where to build a business but I can't do it alone. I will be taking an internship and probably heading to Hawaii for a follow up to get me accustom to the equatorial fish and produce. Good luck on your search, hope all goes well for you. 

Comment by Max Ferris on April 15, 2012 at 1:16am

Aloha my name is Max Ferris. I am from the island of Maui and have recently moved to San Diego. In Maui I worked at Maui Aquaponics as a site manager. Maui Aquaponics was the biggest Aquaponics system in the state of Hawaii and possibly the world. We had more than fifteen thousand Tilapia running our system and over 1700ft of trough length with our own hatchery. It was a great project to be apart of and I love working with Aquaponics. Aquaponics has a huge future and I love being apart of it. Currently I am located in San Diego at this time, but I am young and willing to be anywhere in the world with my life right now. I was laid off from Maui Aquaponics, and am currently looking for a position within the Aquaponic field. If anyone knows of any opportunities or has an opportunity for me please let me know. Working for Maui Aquaponics on such a large scale has prepared me for large commercial systems, and the trouble shooting that came along with the trials and tribulations of efficiency. Can't wait to get back on a farm. Mahalo for your time, Max

Max Ferris

max.ferris@gmail.com

Comment by Ken Elrich on April 4, 2012 at 7:04pm

Hello Everyone!

I live in Michigan, I have recently started stage two of my hydroponics system, Aqua ponics!

I started with 100 gold fish, down to about 25 - 30 now, they are now starting the second system.

I have added 25 Blue Tilapia to the first system and I have sorted out one Male and 5 females. I am

now working on building up a breeding program. I have BIG ideas for starting a Tilapia Farm here in

Michigan!

Ken

Comment by Dave Weekz on March 25, 2012 at 5:53pm
Hello all,

Aquaponics is definitely the framework
For the future of farming. I strongly believe
This and have caught the bug pretty good. I am a current horticulture major in Houston tx
At the Houston community college-Katy campus.

I am looking for knowledge. So I want to offer assistance
To anyone in the area for setup, installation and problem solving.
I do not have the level of knowledge that most do ,but I am innovative
In my problem solving applications.

Good luck to all and thank you for your time,

Dave-Gnosisceo@gmail.com

I am also a US Marine Vet and was deployed to Iraq in 2006. To any returning
Service members, even of its just to talk, I would love to hear from you.
Comment by James Wellington Beveridge on March 19, 2012 at 12:48pm

Is there going to be a future Aquaponics buisness starting up in the St. Cloud MN area, anywhere in MN.

 

 

Comment by CHITO F SACE on March 8, 2012 at 12:11pm

Hello fellow enthusiats,

I was so honored to meet Silvia at the Aquaculture America 2012 and learn from her presentations. We posed for a souvenir shots at the Paris Hotel conference room. I also presented the results of my research at the Univ of Arizona re: Vegetable production in recirculating aquaponics system using Nile tilapia with and without prawn. 'Twas a good experience to meet different personalities and learn more ides.

I am now here in the Philippines and have reported for work to my university. Will build my own system in my backyard and will share to you the progress. But I am hoping that someday I will be back to work in the US doing the things that I love: aquaponics. If there is anyone interested or willing, pls find ways to help me have a working visa. DR CHITO F SACE, cfsace227@yahoo.com

Comment by jabber Al Mazrouei on February 16, 2012 at 6:58am

We JBA International Agritech in Abu Dhabi UAE, we have designed constracted and managing the world largest Aquaponic system we are looking for someone who have experience in aquaponic to be the Operational Manager.

you can contact me on jbaagritech@gmail.com

Comment by Jordan Erickson on February 4, 2012 at 11:29am

Does Anyone know of an Organic Farm (Hydroponics, Aquaponics, Soil Based) that is hiring someone with experience in Colorado or Kansas?

Comment by Acuaponia Mexico on February 3, 2012 at 10:37pm

Hi Nate i'm interesting in the internship in your enterprise, completed high school with grade in Livestock Technician, completed the BSc biologist in 2009 and I’m studying the MSc in Aquaculture and my thesis is: "Development of one technology of co-culture aquaponic with Nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus L. 1758) and habanero pepper (Capsicum chinense Jacq.) in intensive conditions in RAS". I need more information of about your internship. I live in Ensenada, Baja California, Mexico. My expected graduation date is until Aug of 2012, but i'm free in april, may, june, and july I have knowledge in Aquatic chemistry and analysis, Statistics in Research, Water Quality Management, Engineering and Construction of aquaculture facilities, Recirculating Aquaculture Systems low and high density, and others (cryopreservation, microbiology, etc)... i'm waiting you answer.

BSc. Jose Maria Gongora-Escamilla

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