Trail Crew Chief Assistant

DESCRIPTION: 

Are you not inclined to do the heavy work of trail building but would like to support our trail crews? Here is an opportunity to become an important part of building and repairing our hiking trails by becoming a Trail Crew Chief Assistant. The work will involve contacting prospective recruits for the crew, keeping records of the work done and the people who volunteered, as well as other duties as requested by the Trail Crew Chief. If you’re comfortable working with people, have some organizational skills and time during the spring, summer and fall, then this kind of work could be just right for you.

NECESSARY SKILLS and QUALIFICATIONS: 
  • Member of the New York-New Jersey Trail Conference
  • Interest in hiking trail management, attention to detail, and good organizational skills
  • Like working with people and able to teach others
  • Available time during the spring, summer and fall.
RESPONSIBILITIES and DUTIES: 

Contacting prospective recruits for the crew, keeping records of the work done and of those who volunteered.  Other duties as requested by the Trail Crew Chief.

Training: 

Introductory and on-the-job trails provided by Trail Crew Chief

Commitment Type: 
Long Term
TIME COMMITMENT: 
80 hours per year over spring, summer and fall
Location Type: 
On Trail
Age Requirements: 
18 and older
Committee: 
Trail Work