The University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science Horn Point Laboratory (UMCES-HPL) is seeking a full-time hatchery manager to aid in the development and management of a new Shellfish Aquaculture Innovation Laboratory (SAIL). As a support facility, SAIL will test new designs and technologies, create new shellfish aquaculture products, and identify the best equipment and techniques for the growing aquaculture industry. Our objectives are to help businesses increase efficiency, decrease costs, increase profits and ensure year-round employment. Horn Point Laboratory is an internationally recognized center of expertise in bivalve ecology and is home to the Broddus and Margaret Ann Jones Oyster Culture Facility, one of the largest oyster hatcheries on the East Coast. The manager will work closely with three UMCES-HPL faculty (Louis Plough, Matt Gray, and Greg Silsbe) whose diverse expertise will help spur innovations in the aquaculture field. As an experimental laboratory, a top candidate will have a keen eye for detail, and experience in the design and execution of experiments. Please see https://umces.peopleadmin.com/postings/1271 for further details and instructions on how to apply.