The counterpart of the agriculture technologist is the aquaculture technician who is tasked with growing and harvesting the bounties of sea and fresh water food sources in the most humane and cost-effective manner.  That means assisting marine farmers, fishermen and hatchery operators in ensuring that the marine ecosystems are not disrupted to endanger the same marine food sources that are sustaining humans.

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Alvin G. Coleman

Margaret St., Key West, Florida

Phone: 305- 112-3342


To be the lead Aquaculture Technician in a major fish hatchery.

Summary of Qualifications

  • About 7 years of experience as an Aquaculture Technician in a sea farming center with specialty in fish hatcheries and shellfish cultivation and seaweeds.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills in English.

Career Experience / Job History

2003 – Present:  Assistant Aquaculture Technician, Sea Bounty Farms,

  • Conduct research for more efficient and economical ways to grow and farm underwater food sources.
  • Conduct research in the breeding of fishes and the propagation of species of the nutritious and delicious aquatic resources that includes seaweeds, crustaceans and shellfishes.
  • Maintain records of aquatic resources under cultivation
  • Monitor water temperature, water pollution levels and conditions of coral reefs.
  • Assist in controlled hatching and in raising and harvesting underwater plants used as food sources.
  • Monitor and observe fish hatchery for signs of diseases
  • Operating feeding machine or feed by hand as necessary


2003 – Present:  Various in-house trainings and seminars on aquaculture technologies and products

1998 – 2003:  BS in Marine Biology, University of Illinois

Professional reference will be furnished upon request.