Employment (All 2018 Seasonal Positions are Filled)

SEASONAL POSITIONS AVAILABLE

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PARKS MAINTENANCE

Our maintenance staff is responsible for maintaining a broad range of properties located within picturesque York, ME. Daily assignments working in public parks, beaches and athletic fields in conjunction with a team atmosphere make for a great summer job opportunity. If you display a strong work ethic, good public relation skills and share our community philosophy, our maintenance department might be the right place for you this summer.  Approximate employment dates: May 1st thru September; Hours per week: 40; Wages: $14/hour

 

CEMETERY MAINTENANCE

Our cemetery maintenance crew is responsible for the upkeep of 300+ ancient burial grounds and veteran’s graves here in York. Our crew works seasonally to track down, map, restore and protect these historical landmarks. Daily assignments include GIS mapping, research, landscaping and gravestone repairs. Make your summer rewarding by joining our unique and professional crew.

Approximate employment dates: June 1st thru September; Hours per week: 40; Wages: $14/hour

 

CUSTODIANS

Our custodial staff manages 4 seasonal restroom facilities at or near York’s beaches. Working and cleaning in this busy atmosphere can be both challenging and rewarding. In addition to maintaining clean and inviting facilities, our custodians display a positive attitude, attention to detail and a willingness to help and communicate exceptionally well with the public.

Approximate employment dates: June 1st thru September; Hours per week: 20-40; Wages: $15/hour

 

CLIFF WALK RANGER

The Cliff Walk Ranger’s primary responsibility is public outreach as a visitor contact person, informing park visitors of regulations, answering questions and promoting safe and responsible use of the area. The Ranger conducts regular and frequent foot patrols of the trails, beach, lookouts and parking areas to ensure public safety, monitor visitor compliance and reports any irregular activity or misuse.  The Ranger also performs a variety of park operational activities to include litter pick up, brushing back the corridor, weeding and will assist with invasive plant removal, trail maintenance and other resource improvements.

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Approximate employment dates: Mid-June thru September; Hours per week: 40; Wages: $13-$14/hour

 

MOUNT AGAMENTICUS TRAIL CREW

Conservation crew members will conduct stewardship and outreach projects that protect the natural resources, enhance the Summit Park, and maintain sustainable recreational access.  Work includes trail and boardwalk remediation, maintaining shrubland and native habitats, leading volunteer work groups, and improving the landscape and parking areas including litter pickup, gardening, light carpentry, and painting.

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Approximate employment dates: Mid-June thru September; Hours per week: 32; Wages: $13-$15/hour

 

MOUNT AGAMENTICUS OUTREACH INTERNSHIP (VOLUNTEER)

This Internship Program is a work/learning experience for students interested in environmental education, natural resource protection, stewardship, and parks & recreation management.  Mount A provides interns with exceptional outreach and educational opportunities focusing on current conservation issues.  Interns will help staff the summit Learning Lodge, develop and present displays, activities, and educational programs that teach the public about wildlife, habitats, and the natural resources found here.

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Approximate employment dates: approx. June 4th – Aug. 12th; Hours per week: 24; Wages: volunteer

 

GENERAL RECREATION

Our comprehensive community recreation and enrichment program provides a wide variety of opportunities for participants of all ages. We seek to employ many seasonal counselors in various programs and camps. Rolling applications are accepted throughout the year and interviews are offered when a candidate meets the criteria for a vacancy. Recreation positions may include, but are not limited to: gift shop clerks, day camp counselors, track & field coaches, youth soccer director, and enrichment instructors.

Approximate employment dates: Mid-June thru August; Hours per week: varies; Wages: $11-$13/hour

YORK BEACH LIFEGUARDS

A squad of 13 certified ocean rescue members protect York’s beaches every season. The York Ocean Lifeguard Program has an ongoing and rigorous workout program that strives to train individuals to be highly effective ocean-lifeguards. Guards will also assist in various Parks & Recreation programs and events.  Interviews begin in early spring and application materials should be submitted as early as possible. Qualifications to obtain an interview include the following certifications: lifeguard, first aid and CPR.

Approximate employment dates: Mid-June thru August; Hours per week: 40+; Wages: $12-$13/hour

 

YOUTH FLAG FOOTBALL INSTRUCTOR

The instructor is responsible for all aspects of directing the teams practice and games.  Most of the participants will have previous experience playing, but others will be playing their first organized flag football.  Each team will have about 8-10 players with one or two assistant coaches.  This program runs on Monday and Tuesdays evenings for 2 to 3 hours each night.  Instructor will need to have a working knowledge of the NFL Flag Football rules, pass a background check and be of sound mind and good character.

Approximate employment dates: June 11th thru July 17th; Hours per week: 6; Wages: $11/hour

 

HEAD SOFTBALL UMPIRE FOR COED SUMMER LEAGUE

The Adult Softball Umpire is responsible for the officiating of all adult softball games or making sure games are covered by other umpires that have been approved by the Program Director. Candidates must demonstrate previous experience as an umpire, have good communication skills, interpret and enforce ASA rules and local rule adaptions on the field throughout the game, supervise and control general conduct of all participants, start and end games according to schedule or weather cancellation policy, report incidents and concerns to the supervisor in a timely manner, communicate with participants and managers in a professional manner.  Approximate employment dates: June thru early August; Hours per week: ~8-12 weekday evenings; Wages: $30-$35/game depending on experience

 

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