Inspectors Needed

Safeguard Our Waters: Become an Aquatic Invasive Species (AIS) Inspector*

LAMB Labor Services, Inc. has partnered with area lake associations and the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) to provide watercraft inspections at numerous boat landings in the area. The work performed includes inspecting incoming and outgoing watercraft (boats, pontoons, jet skis, etc) ensuring that they are free of aquatic invasive species, as well as educating the general boating public about the harmful spread of AIS.

As an Aquatic Invasive Species Inspector you would enjoy highly-flexible hours with the ability to work up to 32 hours / week. AIS Inspectors are needed April/May through October, receive in-field paid training, and earn $10 / hour. It is the perfect second job — becoming an inspector allows you to get outside, play a vital role in protecting Minnesota's waterways, and earn some extra cash at the same time.

LAMB Labor Services, Inc. became an active member of the Minnesota's Watercraft Inspection Program in 2016, and since then has continued to strengthen our presence across a growing number of lakes.

As a dedicated participant and staffing agency for the Watercraft Inspection Program, LAMB has also purchased its own LANDA mobile wash and reclaim station. We are now able to provide proper boat decontamination when needed.

*Must be 16+ years old to apply as an AIS Inspector.

Common Aquatic Invasive Species within Stearns and Todd County Lakes

Visit the MN DNR website for a complete list of AIS within the state.

LAMB Labor Services' LANDA mobile wash and reclaim station setup at a boat landing

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