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The town of Falmouth is currently recruiting for a Field Supervisor – Natural Resources/Marine & Environmental Services. Position involves technical, administrative, supervisory, enforcement and manual work providing marine, ecological and environmental functions. Reviews and enforces wetland protection laws involving zoning, coastal banks, and flood plans. Enforces laws and regulations regarding boating, shell fishing, inland fish and game, animal control, mooring and mooring management and crimes against public health. Insures compliance with building permits within wetland areas; checks fishing, hunting and firearms licenses; enforces daily bag limits, ammunition and clothing requirements. Plans and maintains wildlife management areas and corridors, creates and maintains walking trails, removes litter, brush and debris; Responds to calls and complaints from citizens concerning wildlife issues, injured or nuisance animals; may be required to remove dangerous dogs. Oversees the Shellfish Technician and Natural Resource Technician. Cultures and maintains shellfish seed, seeds appropriate habitats. Performs shellfish habitat surveys; documents growth and development of seed. Supervisory responsibility of regular and volunteer employees. May temporarily assume duties of an Animal Control officer if necessary. Serves as an Animal Inspector and all other duties as assigned. Minimum qualifications include but may not be limited to: associate’s degree in environmental science, natural resource management, marine science or related field; two years’ experience in environmental management, law enforcement or environmental science fieldwork; or any equivalent combination of education and experience. CORI Background check & Valid MA driver’s license required. Knowledge of relevant state and local laws and regulations of the Division of Marine Fisheries. Working knowledge of local and state boating regulations. Knowledge of local geography. Thorough knowledge of laws and regulations regarding conservation and wildlife. Preference given to candidates that have the MPTC Reserve Intermittent Police Academy or higher and USCG License. The salary range for this position is $28.17 – $35.64/hr.
Employment application and instructions for applying can be found at Falmouth Job Opportunities. Candidates who submit their application by March 25 will be given preference. The town of Falmouth is proud to be an EEO/AA employer