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Raymond Waterways is currently hiring Courtesy Boat Inspectors for the summer of 2024.

Courtesy Boat Inspectors (CBIs) attend the four public boat ramps in Raymond, inspecting in-coming and out-going boats for plant and animal material to prevent the spread of invasive aquatic species into our lakes. CBIs are the point people in educating boaters on the dangers posed by invasives, the importance of inspection, and methods for doing their own inspections whenever they move their boat from one waterway to another

Inspectors must be 16 or older and enjoy spending time outdoors and meeting people. A friendly, outgoing attitude is required, along with the ability to work effectively and reliably without close supervision. Persons with good references, an interest in environmentalism and lake and watershed conservation, and connection to the Town of Raymond are especially encouraged to apply. Jobs are part-time with some flexibility in hours. Inspection shifts are mostly (but not entirely) on weekends and holidays throughout the summer. $18/hour.

Raymond Waterways is a non-profit association dedicated to protecting and improving the water quality of Raymond's lakes, ponds, rivers, and streams and fostering watershed stewardship for the benefit of residents and visitors to the area. Public boat ramps where CBIs will work are on Sebago Lake, Panther Pond, Crescent Lake, and Thomas Pond. Please email to apply or for more information. 


Would you like to spend your summer outside, working on lakes and ponds, helping to keep our waters clean and healthy? 30 Mile River Watershed currently has openings in two of our programs, ideal for students, retirees, and others looking for part-time work for the summer of 2024.

FMI, click here

LEA’s summer internships are paid positions geared toward motivated and responsible college students with environmental or educational interests. Interns are required to complete a variety of tasks and work with many different individuals. The work environment is casual but busy, and about 50 to 60 percent of the work is outdoors. And some is inside too!

Hiring water-testing interns, courtesy boat inspectors, invasive aquatic plant control crew members, and a land and water outreach intern in the summer of 2024. FMI, click here.

Friends of the Cobbosee Watershed, based in Winthrop, are looking to fill several seasonal positions in the summer of 2024. Click below for links to their job descriptions, or here for their employment application. 

AWWA is seeking applicants for their Youth Conservation Corps crew. Check out our Youth Conservation Corps page for general information on our YCC program. 

Click here for our full job description and an online application form.

7 Lakes Alliance, based in Belgrade Lakes, has a variety of openings for seasonal positions. Click here for full job descriptions.