Professional Trail Crew Member
Posted: September 10, 2019
Location: Project sites will be located in various regions of Maine, including Midcoast and Northern Maine.
Time Commitment: 9/10/2019 through 11/22/2019
Project sites will be located in various regions of Maine, including Midcoast and Northern Maine. Members work with and report to Jed Talbot and the Crew Supervisor. Crew structure is project dependent, and members can expect to either work together as one crew, split into multiple crews, or occasionally work solo.
Trail crew members work 35-40 hours a week, generally working four 10 hour days, followed by three days off. The schedule is subject to change with notice, project dependent.
Hourly rate based on experience and commitment. Travel compensation at the start and end of each project. End of Season Bonus, based on combined weekly and seasonal commitment. Seasonal Housing options available. On site housing provided during work weeks- some projects require camping (OBP provides base camp gear). Company attire. Skills training and experience, including technical trail skills, equipment operation, rigging, stone splitting, shaping and pinning, chainsaw milling, etc. Opportunity to travel, work, and explore beautiful areas such as the White Mountains of NH, the coast of Maine, and the North Maine Woods.
Applicants should email a cover letter stating reasons for seeking employment with OBP, a resume, and contact information for three references to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please feel free to contact us with any questions. For more information on OBP Trailworks, email us or visit our website at www.obptrailworks.com.
Applications will be reviewed and interviews conducted on a rolling basis until all positions are filled