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The town of Sherborn is seeking qualified applicants for a 35 hours/week Conservation Administrator/Agent position.
Nestled amidst larger, more densely populated metrowest towns, Sherborn (population 4,500) prides itself on open space protection and wetlands conservation and considers them fundamental to its quality of life. The town’s abundant forest cover, undeveloped land, extensive wetlands, and careful regulation have protected its groundwater resources, on which residents depend for drinking water.
Under the policy direction of the Conservation Commission, the Administrator/Agent oversees administration of the state Wetlands Protection Act, the local wetlands bylaw and associated regulations in an effective, efficient and legal manner; manages conservation land; supervises the commission’s 19 hours/week Administrative Assistant; and coordinates public education on natural resources and environmental issues. The Administrator/Agent also participates in commission meetings (typically the first and third Thursday evenings of each month).
Essential Job Functions:
BA/BS in environmental sciences/related field and three years of experience administering wetlands protections laws, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Working knowledge of Mass. WPA and associated regulations, wetland boundary identification, erosion control and stormwater management.
Ability to work independently, with strong communication (oral and written) and customer service skills.
Pay is up to $40 per hour, with benefits, commensurate with experience. Submit cover letter and resume by email to HR@sherbornma.org. Please include your full name in the subject line. Position will remain open until filled.
The town of Sherborn is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.