The executive director is hired by the commission and is, according to the statute, the principal administrative, operational, and executive employee of the commission.
If you would like to discuss educational event opportunities, water quality monitoring, or other community outreach topics, contact Dalyn.
The administrative assistant assists the executive director in administrative and operational tasks.
Please contact Haley with questions about the permit application process.
The environmental compliance officer, hired by the executive director, handles all necessary enforcement actions on the commission’s behalf and ensures the compliance of all existing commission orders.
Please contact John if you have questions about compliance or want to set up a site visit.
The water quality monitoring program manager, hired by the executive director, oversees all facets of the water quality program. Jill develops annual water quality reports for all 20 Corridor towns that include recommendations to preserve water quality based on the data collected through the program. She also works with the Maine DEP to ensure the program meets all QAPP (Quality Assurance Project Plan) requirements.
The water quality monitoring program coordinator, hired by the executive director, trains volunteers and coordinates volunteer participation, completes water testing along the Saco, Ossipee, and Little Ossipee Rivers, conducts data review, and ensures reliable and accurate data is collected at 37 sample sites across the Corridor.
The project manager assists the executive director with projects related to the land-use regulatory program. Please contact Rikki if you have any questions about the water quality program.
Saco River Corridor Commission: Land-Use Regulation Assistant II
The Land-Use Regulatory Assistant II will assist the SRCC staff in preparing applications submitted for development projects within the Saco River Corridor. This entails organizing incoming applications for presentation to the Commission at the monthly meetings and assisting applicants. Other responsibilities include assisting staff with water quality monitoring, analysis, and communications.
This opportunity offers a great degree of flexibility in the types of work you can participate in due to the Commission’s multi-faceted approach to protecting and conserving the natural resources in the Saco River Corridor. The hours and nature of the position are also flexible. Salary is commensurate with experience. This is an excellent opportunity for anyone passionate about protecting our great state’s natural resources. We are excited to expand our team and look forward to speaking with interested candidates!
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