New in select Vermont State Parks this year is a Workcamping opportunity. Duties are similar to Park Attendants - customer service, working with a team or independently on general maintenance and grounds keeping and/or park office duties such as day use fee collection and campground reservations; additionally Workcampers may provide some after-hours emergency contact for campers. Housing is provided for Workcamping positions in the form of a campsite (services may vary depending on location); employee needs to furnish their own fully enclosed camping unit. Weekend work most likely required. Perks include free camping, fishing licenses and free admission to Vermont attractions. 12.7
Allis (Water, 20 amp electric)
Mt. Philo (Full hookups, 20 amp electric)
Alburgh Dunes (Water, limited electric)
North Hero (water/electric site with holding tank, work at Alburgh Dunes or Knight Point)
Knight Point (Full hookups)
Burton Island (30 amp power, 35 ft or less) BOAT SLIP – not accessible by motor vehicle (no RV’s)
Work in the beautiful Vermont outdoors with some of the friendliest people you’ll ever meet. Happy customers continuously tell us that our staff are the best around. Our staff tell us that working for the parks is some of the most rewarding and meaningful work they’ve ever done. If you have an excellent work ethic, customer service and/or management experience, and great attitude, we’d love for you to apply.
We work towards ensuring a safe, welcoming, and inclusive place for our staff, volunteers, and visitors. Discrimination based on ancestry, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, race, color, religion, sex, national origin, and physical or mental condition is prohibited. All eligible applicants or job-holders have equal opportunity in all areas of state employment.
We are currently recruiting park managers, assistant managers, park interpreters, attendants, workcampers, deckhands for our Burton Island Ferry Boat and more. Part-time and full-time positions are available statewide. All jobs are temporary positions and as such do not have a comprehensive benefits package such as paid vacation or health insurance.
Beginning September 15, 2021, all State of Vermont Executive Branch employees (including all parks seasonal employees) must attest to being fully vaccinated against the COVID-19 virus or be subject to regular COVID-19 testing and masking requirements.
All finalists for these positions will be background checked.