Hut staff at Maine Huts & Trails work together with a small team to deliver backcountry hospitality and create memorable outdoor experiences. Interaction with hut staff is at the heart of the visitor experience.
All winter Hut Staff positions have been filled for the 2014-2015 season. Check back in Spring 2015 for summer Hut Staff employment.
Snowmobile Shuttle Driver
Maine Huts & Trails is seeking an experienced, responsible snowmobiler to maintain and operate our machines for the purposes of shuttling gear for our guests. The Shuttle Driver’s primary responsibility is to efficiently transport baggage between our trailheads and huts using snowmobiles and tub trailers while working to create memorable outdoor experiences and a welcoming and friendly environment for our visitors.
The Shuttle Driver must have an outgoing personality and possess excellent organization, verbal communication, and problem solving skills. Experience operating machinery and snowmobiles, in particular, is a requirement. Experience in hospitality services is preferred. Applicants must be self-sufficient and capable of maintaining high standards in an isolated environment.
The Shuttle Driver will be an integral part of our operations staff and will work primarily in the field. This is a full-time (40-50 hours/week), seasonal position with a standard work schedule of ten days on, four days off. This position will begin immediately and run through April 1st (summer/fall positions are also available).
Maine Huts and Trails is seeking volunteer hut caretakers during the shoulder seasons (April 1 – June 21 and November 1 – December 21). Caretakers live at the huts for a period of one to twelve weeks. Room and board are provided. This is a unique opportunity to live rent-free and off-the-grid, with a recreational playground at your fingertips. Kayaking, canoeing, biking, hiking, and camping are all possible from the huts. Caretakers welcome assist visitors, and must be attentive to the cleanliness and maintenance of the hut. The caretaker will ideally be an outgoing person who enjoys sustainable living and outdoor recreation and appreciates the Maine outdoors.