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Wanted: Erosion Control Director

7 Lakes Alliance is seeking to hire a strategic, collaborative and forward-thinking administrator to lead Lake Protection, Watershed Management and Erosion Control programs full-time, year-round.


The Erosion Control Director job description, which includes qualifications, is posted at this link.


Responsibilities include leading strategic efforts that advance a long-term vision for effective watershed management that shifts the emphasis from remediation to prevention. The director also partners with and supports the Erosion Control Project Coordinator in managing, integrating and maximizing the impact of three erosion-control programs – Youth Conservation Corps (YCC), LakeSmart and Watershed 319 Grants.


Chiefly, the Erosion Control Director will be responsible for developing a long-term vision for consideration by the 7 Lakes Board of Directors, and implementing processes and programs that advance that vision, including working with towns to strengthen ordinances and regulations regarding erosion, stormwater runoff, septic inspections, enforcement capacity and funding.


To apply, send an email with a cover letter and resume to info@7lakesalliance.org, subject “Erosion Control Director.” The position will be open until filled. Review of applications and interviews will begin Feb. 13, 2023. Start date is as soon as feasible.

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