Field Supervisor

Dan Rubchinuk carrying wood for new bog bridges on the Four Soldiers Path.The Field Supervisor is directly responsible for managing all of the RMC's summer crews and projects on our trails and at our four camps.

Specifically, the Field Supervisor has the following responsibilities:

- Supervision of RMC's two trail crews. RMC fields two trail crews comprised of 8 individuals and 2 caretakers. The Field Supervisor is responsible for all aspects of the season's field projects, including but not limited to assuring a high quality work standard, safe working conditions, maintenance of equipment, compiling and maintaining trails logs, maintaining both hand and power tools, communications with RMC board members, liaisons with USFS and other land managers and cooperators, composting, light construction, and many related responsibilities.

- Supervision of RMC's four shelters: Gray Knob, Crag Camp, The Perch and The Log Cabin. Training and supervising RMC's two summer caretakers is a primary task. Seasonal projects include assuring effective composting of RMC's four continuously composting toilets, and other repair and maintenance efforts.

- The Field Supervisor generally works 3 1/2 8-hour days with the trail crews per week, and 1 1/2 8 hour day at RMC's shelters per week.

Exact work dates have not yet been set, but will be from approximately mid May to the first week of September. Some scheduling flexibility is possible.

The Field Supervisor pay is commensurate with experience and is based on a forty hour week. Housing is provided at the RMC Stearns Lodge in Randolph.

The ideal candidate is highly motivated, conscientious and an excellent leader. Previous work experience should include a minimum of several seasons in the New England backcountry, including at least one season on a trail crew and at least one season in a supervisory role. For the right candidate, this is an excellent opportunity to lead a seasonal program.

To apply, please write to: Trails Chair, Randolph Mountain Club, P.O. Box 279, Gorham, NH 03581. Detail your experience and include a resume with at least three relevant references. We encourage interested applicants to contact the RMC for further details.

The Randolph Mountain Club is a diverse organization, committed to equal opportunity in employment and program delivery. The Randolph Mountain Club prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, age, disability, political affiliation and familial status.

Related Links
Gray Knob
Crag Camp
The Perch
Log Cabin
Application Form
Trail Crew Projects
Photo Gallery: Trail Work and Caretaking
Photo Gallery: RMC Shelters
Meet the Staff
Stearns Lodge

The Field Supervisor will train the Trail Crew in June to prepare for the season.