The Marine Patrol is tasked to concentrate on: 5 key areas as follows: Boating Safety, Environmental Monitoring and
Reporting, Maintain and Update Database, and Community Public Relations.

Employment Commitment
a) 10 weeks; 5 days (40 hours) per week; work includes weekends, with two week-days off after the first
b) Marine Patroller Training: tentatively scheduled for week of June 25th to June 28th 2018
c) Marine Patrol “on the water” Operations: June 29rd to Sept 3, 2018
a) Compensation is $15 – $17/hour depending on skills and experience. Junior Patrollers can expect $15/hour,
while Senior Patrollers can expect $17/hour.

To apply
a) Email a copy of your resume to Cath Fairlie (cath.fairlie@gmail.com) with a copy to Nancy Rogers
(pabia@rogers.com) any time prior to the application deadline.
b) Please include a current cell phone number and email address in your resume or cover letter.
c) The last day for receipt of a resume is Friday, February 23rd, 2018 unless posted otherwise on PaBIA’s
d) Within a week, all candidates will be notified of their status; only the most qualified candidates will be
contacted to schedule their multi-party telephone interview.
e) Once confirmed, the interview schedule for qualified applicants will be emailed to the applicant.
f) Where possible, the telephone interviews will be conducted the week of March 12th, 2018.
g) The interviews generally take approximately 20 minutes.
h) Our intention is to have all interviews completed and successful candidates notified by March 23, 2018.