NANFA-- Fwd: aquarium-related job

James B. Ladonski (
Mon, 11 Mar 2002 10:47:48 -0600

Hey everyone:

I know this isn't typical fare for the list, but it may be interesting to
some. I picked it up from Michigan State University's Fisheries and
Wildlife Dept jobs list. Anyone looking for a job in mid-Michigan?


Pruess' Aquarium Innovations is a comprehensive aquarium service
company. We are looking to hire employees that have a passion for fish,
aquatic plants and corals.
Full and part time positions available. No experience is necessary, but a
science background is helpful. We provide on the job training with numerous
commercial and
residential accounts throughout the greater Lansing area.

The job requires a responsible, timely, hard working person that can lift a
minimum of 50 lbs. We will provide you with the training to be successful
at our company, a work
vehicle, tools, and benefits after 90 days of full time employment. This is
a rapidly growing company that provides opportunity for advancement to
those who show the

We have a well trained staff, many of which are MSU graduates, who are more
than willing to share their knowledge and expertise with you. This job is
multifaceted and
combines a diverse range of skills. For example: testing and analysis of
water chemistry, operation of pumping systems and plumbing of aquatic
systems, designing
aquatic landscapes, and disease identification of fish, corals and plants.

For further information or to set up an interview please contact Brad
Ordell at (517) 749-6430.
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