September 25, 2018
The Hot Springs Northwoods Trail System Coordinator position was developed to launch and coordinate the new Northwoods Trail System, a state of the art trail facility that will connect to the core of downtown Hot Springs. Already ranked as a Bronze IMBA Ride Center, the addition of the Northwoods Trail System (NTS) will elevate the riding experience for residents and visitors alike and will establish Hot Springs as a prominent trail and outdoor recreation destination.
September 21, 2018
Under general supervision, coordinate year-round efforts in the planning, and development of City trails as defined in the Parks and Trails master plans. This position is responsible for preliminary trail development planning, ongoing use planning, public communication, grant management and assisting with trail/park special projects.
Vermont Department of Forests, Parks, and Recreation
August 23, 2018
Become a part of the 5-person State Trail Crew performing routine trail maintenance and technical trail projects on Vermont’s State Forests and Parks. The crew will be working on projects throughout the state traveling between work areas. Crew may stay at nearby State Parks during the work week. The crew schedule is typically four days on, three days off.
August 02, 2018
Conservation Corps Crew Members will spend the fall with a crew of 8-10 people under the direction of a Crew Leader and Assistant Crew Leader. Trail crew members will focus on a variety of projects related to trail construction and maintenance. No experience necessary. Conservation Corps crews spend the season camping throughout Colorado in both remote backcountry and frontcountry locations
July 30, 2018
These paid positions are designed for students considering a career in interpretation, environmental education, natural history, cultural history, or park professions while supplementing their current coursework in natural science and/or cultural history.
July 26, 2018
Under the general supervision of the Regional Director, the Trail Facilities Manager (TFM) manages projects to manage, repair and rehabilitate the Appalachian Trail (A.T.), primarily in Great Smoky Mountains National Park. The TFM will be responsible for managing significant trail project funding and budgets, ensuring accountability for successful project completion and reporting.