Job Titles: Professional Trail Crew Members and Trail Crew Leaders
Position Start Date: April 15, 2024 - flexible
Position End Date: December 1, 2024 - flexible
Hiring Schedule: Applications will be reviewed and interviews conducted on a rolling basis until all positions are filled.
Professional Trail Crew Members and Leaders are expected to have a diverse skill set and be willing to learn about all facets of trail maintenance and construction.
2024 season projects will include trail maintenance in the White Mountains, wilderness trail reconstruction, stone and timber staircases, machine built accessible and multi-use trail construction, etc. There is a potential for late fall and winter opportunities in Patagonia. US based projects are expected to be within a four hour drive of the headquarters in Turner, Maine where crew housing is available in a beautiful setting with access to garden space and trails.
Typical trail based duties include:
Team members work 40 hours a week. The schedule is either four 10 hour days followed by three days off or eight 10 hour days followed by six days off. The schedule is subject to change with notice, project dependent. Project sites will be located in Maine and New Hampshire. Members work with and report to company owner Jed Talbot and the Project Supervisor. Crew structure is somewhat project dependent- members can expect to either work together as one crew or split into multiple crews with occasional solo work and frequent collaborations with other crews.
Position Requirements and Qualifications Include:
Applicants should email a cover letter stating reasons for seeking employment with OBP, a résumé, and contact information for a minimum of three references to Jed@obptrailworks.com
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.