Sales and Inventory Manager

Sales Position open in our floating dock department, experience in the Dock & Marine Industry is a Plus.


  • Must be Self-Motivated! You will be your own boss and have the sole responsibility of running the department and selling the floating docks. An amazing opportunity for someone who is up to the challenge.
  • Strong organizational skills is important for this position, Inventory Management will be a part of the position
  • Experience driving a Fork Lift
  • Will lift up to 80lbs
  • Valid Driver’s License and clean driving record, there will be travel and deliveries involved
  • Will un-load the dock pieces and handle the stock on the racks

Job Type: Full-time

Please e-mail resume to
Florida Ave
Fort Myers, FL 33901

SWFMIA local government agenda items for the week of August 21, 2017

Hogfish conservation measures and boundaries effective Aug. 24

A new management boundary and several conservation measures for hogfish will go into effect in state and federal waters starting Aug. 24. State changes were approved by the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) at its November 2016 meeting.

Hogfish is overfished and undergoing overfishing in the Florida Keys and east Florida. Federal law requires the South Atlantic Fishery Management Council to end overfishing immediately and implement a 10-year rebuilding plan.

Because most hogfish off the Keys and east Florida are taken in Florida state waters, consistency with regulations approved in Atlantic federal waters is necessary to rebuild the stock.

The new management boundary between the Keys/east Florida and Gulf stocks will be at 25 degrees 9 minutes north latitude (a line due west of Cape Sable, which is on the Gulf side of Florida). Starting Aug. 24, hogfish north of Cape Sable will be managed as Gulf hogfish, and hogfish south of that line, around the tip of Florida and up the Atlantic coast, will be managed as Atlantic hogfish. Prior to this change, the boundary for hogfish was a line following U.S. Highway 1 in the Florida Keys. This new management boundary line is closer to where Gulf and Atlantic hogfish stocks naturally separate as determined by a recent genetic study.

Other approved conservation changes effective Aug. 24 include:

  • Lowering the Atlantic recreational daily bag limit from five to one fish per harvester.
  • Setting an Atlantic recreational harvest season of May 1 through Oct. 31.
  • Increasing the Atlantic recreational and commercial minimum size limit from 12 to 16 inches fork length.
  • Increasing the Gulf recreational and commercial minimum size limit from 12 to 14 inches fork length.
  • Setting the minimum importation and sale size limit to 14 inches fork length statewide.

The size limit increase and recreational season will allow Atlantic hogfish more opportunities to spawn before entering the fishery and, along with a bag limit change, will help rebuild the Keys/east Florida hogfish population to sustainable levels.

The size limit change for Gulf state waters is also consistent with regulations for federal waters of the Gulf of Mexico. The Gulf stock is healthy, but stakeholders requested an increase in the minimum size limit as a conservation measure to give hogfish additional spawning opportunities.

Visit and click on “Saltwater Fishing,” “Recreational Regulations” and “Hogfish” for more.

SWFMIA local government agenda items for the week of August 14, 2017

  • Lee County No Meetings


  • City of Cape Coral No Meetings


  • City of Fort Myers No Meetings


  • Town of Fort Myers Beach Monday the 14 @ 9:00am

    Request for Appointment to the Marine Resources Task Force

  • City of Sanibel Tuesday the 15 @ 9:00am

    No issues

  • City of Bonita Springs Wednesday the 16 @ 9:00am

    No issues

  • Village of Estero No Meetings


  • Charlotte County No Meetings


  • City of Punta Gorda No Meetings


  • Sarasota County No Meetings


  • City of North Port No Meetings


  • City of Sarasota No Meetings


  • City of Venice No Meetings


  • Town of Longboat Key No Meetings


  • Manatee County No Meetings


  • City of Anna Maria No Meetings


  • City of Bradenton Beach Thursday the 17 @ 12:00pm

    No issues

  • City of Bradenton Wednesday the 16 @ 8:30am

    No issues

  • City of Holmes Beach Tuesday No Meetings


  • City of Palmetto No Meetings


  • Hillsborough County Wednesday the 16 @ 9:00am

    Approve the FY 18 interlocal agreements with the City of Tampa and the City of Temple Terrace to share boat registration fee revenue. The City of Tampa is to receive $182,000, and the City of Temple Terrace is to receive $60,000 from the County Boat Registration Fee program to support marine law enforcement activities. The allocation of $182,000 to the City of Tampa and $60,000 to the City to Temple Terrace is included in the FY 18 recommended budget in the Countywide Boat Registration Fund within the Governmental Agencies Department of Conservation and Environmental Lands Management.

  • Plant City Monday the 14 @ 7:30pm

    No issues

  • City of Tampa No Meeting Due to Florida League Meeting


  • City of Temple Terrace No Meetings


  • Pinellas County Tuesday the 15 @ 2:00pm

    Dock Fee Report for the month of July 2017.

  • Town of Belleair Tuesday the 15 @ 6:00pm

    No issue

  • City of Belleair Beach Monday the 7 @ 5:30pm (Last Week)

    No issues

  • City of Belleair Bluffs Monday the 14 @ 6:00pm

    No issues

  • City of Clearwater Monday the 14 @ 1:00pm

    No issues

  • City of Gulfport Tuesday the 15 @ 7:00pm

    No issues

  • City of Indian Rocks Beach No Meetings


  • Town of Indian Shores No Meetings


  • Town of Kenneth City Wednesday the 9 @ 6:00pm (Last Week)

    No issues

  • City of Largo Tuesday the 15 @ 6:00pm

    No Issues

  • City of Madeira Beach Tuesday the 8 @ 6:00pm (Last Week)

    No issues

  • Town of Redington Beach Beach Wednesday the 16 @ 6:30pm

    No issues

  • Town of North Redington Beach No Meetings


  • Town of Redington Shores No Meetings


  • City of Oldsmar Tuesday the 15 @ 7:00pm

    No issues

  • City of Pinellas Park No Meetings


  • City of Safety Harbor No Meetings


  • City of Seminole No Meetings


  • City South Pasadena No Meetings


  • City of St. Pete Beach No Meetings


  • City of St. Petersburg No Meetings


  • City of Tarpon Springs Tuesday the 15 @ 6:30pm

    No issues

  • City of Treasure Island Tuesday the 15 @ 6:00pm

    No issues

  • Southwest Florida Water Management District No Meetings


  • South Florida Water Management No Meetings


  • South Florida Water Management No Meetings


  • WCIND the 18 @ 10;00am

    Counsel Report – Legislative Agenda items for Derelict Vessel Issue

    Executive Director – Derelict Vessel Initiative – District Maritime Office Concept


    Manatee County
    • Coquina Dredging Project – responded to additional RAI, coordinating with County staff to move toward issuance of permit by USACE.
    • Working with Engineer for Holmes Beach, Anna Maria, and Bradenton Beach Engineer RE: canal survey previously approved.
    • Working with Engineer for City of Bradenton Beach RE: Engineering for entrance canal – previously approved.
    • Moving forward with work at Warner’s Bayou and Highland shores in cooperation with County Staff.

    Charlotte County
    • Working with County Staff, US Coast Guard, and FFWCC on Ferry Crossing signage issues
    • Continuing to work on Palm Island property issues

    Lee County
    • Big Carlos/New Pass project – contractor dredging. Daily monitoring required.
    • Working to assist City of Bonita Springs with dredge project (Oct)

    Sarasota County
    • Met with County Media Relations Staff to generate collaborative ideas
    • Working with TraPonti group on land-swap to benefit both District and developer.
    • Beginning preliminary surveys for work at Venice Inlet/Snake Island
    • Working with County Staff and USACE on North Jetty Issue