Cotterel 

Boat Inspection Station

The West Cassia Soil & Water Conservation District is seeking Boat Inspection Station Attendant. This job is seasonal and ends October 31st with an option for rehire in February for a full season (Feb-Oct). 

Positions Currently Available :

DAY SHIFT 30-40 Hours a week

NIGHT SHIFT 18-39 Hours a week

 

The objective of the boat inspection station is to prevent aquatic invasive species such as quagga/zebra mussels from invading the waterways of our region.  In addition to inspecting and washing boats thoroughly, attendants must engage in education and boater survey information.  Station is located at Cotterel Port of Entry, near Yale Road exit on I-84 northbound.

 

Desired applicants must be self-motivated, hard-working, outgoing, work well with others.

  • Physical ability to crawl under boats and trailers.

  • Capable eyesight and touch needed to detect mussels.

  • Capable hearing to ensure safety due to traffic and noise at the job site. 

  • Knowledge of local lakes and rivers, boating issues and power washers is beneficial. 

  • Applicants must have a valid driver’s license and reliable transportation to and from the station. 

  • Positions will require extensive training and personal accountability.

  • Must be 18 or older to apply.

  • Must have the physical capability to lift up to 50 lbs.

 

All shifts are up to 9-12 hour shifts.  Employee needs to be available 7 days a week (including holidays). Starting Wage is $12.25 per hour. 

Please submit applications to LaRae at wcswcd.boatstation@gmail.com

Further questions? Send an email or give us a call at (208) 572-3369

 

East Cassia SWCD

1361 East 16th Street

Burley, ID 83318

208-572-3369

ewcswcd@gmail.com

 

West Cassia SWCD

1361 East 16th Street

Burley, ID 83318

208-572-3369

ewcswcd@gmail.com

 

Minidoka SWCD

98 B South 200 West

Rupert, ID 83350

208-436-4202

minidokaswcd@gmail.com

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