Field Research Interviewers - University of New Hampshire professors Mike Ferguson & Bob Barcelona are looking for Field Research Interviewers to help with data collection. Ideally, they would like to hire local folks who live near these forests in an effort to cut down on commute times. They do not have to be students, but are looking for some contacts in Vermont (for the Greens) who might be interested. Shifts are approximately 8 hours per day, 1-3 days/week based on seasonality, and pay is $20/hour. Candidates start in October 2019.
Mike Ferguson is serving as the Principal Investigator on the project – you may contact him with any questions.
Vermont State Trail Crew Member - The Vermont Department of Forests, Parks and Recreation (FPR) is seeking Crew Members for the seasonal State Trail Crew. Crew Members need to be comfortable performing trail work in both backcountry and front country settings in a close-knit team of five. Projects may incorporate volunteers or contracted youth conservation corps. requiring support and oversight by Crew Members. Work will be performed at State Parks and on State Lands within an assigned FPR region/district. Duties and work projects are performed under the general direction of the Trail Crew Leader and oversight by the District Trails Coordinator, but with need for significant independence while interacting with the public while in the field.
Pay: $11.80 per hour
Seasonal: Now to October 31, 2019
Education: High School Diploma
Experience: At least one year of trail work experience. Valid Driver’s License, Standard First Aid and CPR Certification required. Chainsaw certification required by at least one member of the trail crew.
Application Due: Rolling
Please notify the contact below when you submit your application. Questions can be directed to: Walter Opuszynski, Field Recreation Specialist at Walter.Opuszynski@vermont.gov or (802)522-6022.