Call Center Customer Service Representative (PG 12 $11.88/hour)
Part time, seasonal position 3 - 4 days per week. 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM from early April - mid August with the potential to be year round. Answer customer inquiries, make campground reservations and process payments. Applicant must have excellent customer service and computer skills, including thorough knowledge of Microsoft Office applications and the internet. Ideal candidate will have thorough knowledge of Vermont, its state parks and recreational opportunities, and will have lived in Vermont for several years. Knowledge of bookkeeping preferred. Applicant must be able to work in team environment as well as independently. This position assists with administrative projects during slow periods. There are some perks like free camping, fishing licenses and admission to Vermont attractions, but there is no paid health insurance, vacation, or sick pay.
Attendant I-IV (PG 5-8; $9.15/hour- 9.99/hour)
Customer service, general buildings and grounds cleanup and/or park office duties such as fee collection and reservations with more responsibility in higher pay grades. Experience desirable. CPR & First Aid certification preferred. Higher level Attendant positions may also function as assistant manager in larger parks. Weekend work likely.
Park Ranger I-IV (PG 10-17; $522 - $721/per week, including overtime)
Serves as summer park manager or assistant manager responsible for customer experience and supervision of staff and park operations at a specific park. Ranger pay grades depend on size of park, complexity of operations and attendance. Previous experience in park operations and maintenance, or college education in park management preferred, but technical maintenance skills not necessary. Basic First Aid & CPR certification required. Working in excess of 48 hours per week required at times. Weekend and evening work required. In-park residency is usually required, for which housing is provided.
Park Interpreter I or II (PG 10-11; $10.89/hour - $11.34/hour)
Serves as a summer naturalist at one or two State Parks. Responsible for developing, scheduling and carrying out nature programs, hikes, recreation programs, etc. Prior related education and experience necessary. Requires working split shift schedules.
Weekend and evening work required.
Seasonal Lifeguard II - Button Bay State Park (PG 7; $9.61/hour)
Responsible for day to day lifeguard duties at the in-ground pool as well as routine grounds, facility and equipment maintenance. In addition to being part of the park emergency team, other work may include raking and removing litter from picnic areas and campsites; mowing and trimming lawns; giving visitor information and assistance; visitor registration; assisting with accident investigation; and assisting with rules and regulation compliance.
Housing may be provided.
Trail Crew Members and Trail Crew Leader (PG 10 and PG 12; $10.89/hour and $11.88/hour)
Two roving 4-person crews responsible for routine trail maintenance and technical trail projects in VT State forests and parks. Both northern VT and southern VT crews will be traveling between work areas and may stay at nearby state parks during the work week. Basic first aid & CPR required. Previous trail experience and chain saw use preferred. Must be able to work in back country. Apply to Northeast Parks (Region 4).
Seasonal Trail Coordinator (Pay Grade 18: $15.88/hour)
This position coordinates trails program and projects in an assigned region/district for the Department of Forests, Parks and Recreation. Plans, develops, and coordinates trail maintenance and development projects, and supervises and monitors in-house, contracted and volunteer trail crews. Recruits and interviews for State Trail Crew positions, trains and supervises crew, and evaluates performance. Develops and coordinates a volunteer trail maintainer program on state lands. Prepares grants, requests for proposals, and contracts for trail projects. Duties are performed under the general direction of the Parks Regional Manager or State Lands Stewardship Forester, but with need for significant independence interacting with the public and outside service providers. Wilderness First Aid/Responder and CPR certifications desired, as well as chainsaw certification (Game of Logging). Position is for 38 weeks starting in March/April 2015. Must have driver's license. State or rental vehicle will be available. Apply to Northwest Parks (Region III).
Assistant Park Maintenance Technician (PG 15; $13.63/hour)
Skilled maintenance work at or above the journeyman level of difficulty and responsibilty in construction, structural maintenance and repair of park facilities, buildings, grounds, small equipment and utilities. The duties include performing routine maintenance and repair work in an independent park setting on a project by project basis. To perform duties, the use of a variety of construction and mechanic tools, small equipment and vehicles is typical. A background in carpentry, plumbing and/or small equipment repair is a plus. Positions are available in both the Northeast and Southeast park regions with workstations located at the Groton Maintenance Shop, Marshfield, VT and the Gifford Woods Maintenance Shop, Killington, VT.Please apply online.