FAIRFIELD, Conn. -- The Fairfield Harbor Management Commission is accepting resumes from Fairfield residents interested in the position of Southport Harbor Master.
All resumes must be accompanied by a letter of expressing the applicant’s interest and summarizing his or her qualifications.
The person chosen will be replacing Pat Carroll, who has served in the post for 22 years.
The harbor master serves a three-year term and is an ex-officio member of the commission. The harbor master is responsible for the safe and efficient operation of Southport Harbor.
The job requires the person to work cooperatively with the commission, Fairfield Police Department, state Department of Energy and Environmental Protection, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Fairfield Shellfish Commission and all other agencies and organizations with responsibilities affecting the harbor.
The Southport Harbor Master is a part-time job. The Harbor Management Commission pays $660.00 a month plus expenses, such as printing and mailing, and the State pays a one-time annual payment of $750.00.
All letters of interest and resumes must be post-marked by Nov. 15. No email applications will be accepted. Send resumes/letters to:
Mary von Conta
Chair, Fairfield Harbor Management Commission
P.O. Box 617
Southport, CT 06890
The commission will review the resumes and provide a list of recommended nominees to the governor's office, who will make the final selection.