December 16, 2009

Hot Jobs 66: Seasonal Work in the Outdoors

It’s freezing out there! But if the temperatures don’t deter your love of the great outdoors, then an outdoor job may be right up your alley.

Today I am featuring three hot (er, cold) outdoor jobs featured at JobMonkey’s free Job Center — the web’s #1 free resource for job seekers in search of an adventure — and a paycheck. This is just a sampling of the great leads you can find at the Job Center right now, so if you don’t see your dream job on my list today, head on over there!

Outdoor jobs can be either seasonal or year-round, part-time or full-time. Learn more about working in the great outdoors from JobMonkey’s section on Outdoor Jobs , including National Park, Forest Service and other Outdoor Jobs.

1. Fish and Wildlife Biologist, U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service , Various U.S. Locations

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is seeking a full-time Fish and Wildlife Biologist to work in the Northeast Region. Job duties will include planning and providing oversight for technical reviews; evaluating biological and operational data pertaining to Federal programs for threatened and endangered species; collecting and managing field data; and providing technical guidance to other biologists.  This is a Level 11 or 12 position with the Federal Government. The listed salary range for this position is $41,324.00 – $61,157.00 /year

2. Terrain Park Staff, Angel Fire Resort, Angel Fire, NM

Angel Fire Resort in Angel Fire, New Mexico is seeking a seasonal worker to shovel, rake and maintain the shape of Park features. Other job duties will include testing Park features at the beginning and throughout the day, maintaining daily terrain park logs, and conducting morning set up of the Terrain Parks. The ideal candidate will be competent in skiing and/or snowboarding and have a guest-oriented service attitude.

3. Building and Yard Maintenance, Bear Mountain Resorts, Big Bear Lake, CA

Bear Mountain Resorts in Big Bear Lake, California is seeking a part-time maintenance person to help maintain and repair buildings and grounds. Shifts are available around the clock. The ideal candidate must be at least 18 years old, able to work outdoor in winter weather and equipped to perform physical labor.

If you didn’t find the job of your dreams on our hot jobs list today, be sure to check out the JobMonkey Job Center for hundreds of other listings in every imaginable field.

Good luck with your job search this week!

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