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6 Vermont Based Jobs That Burn Calories

By: JobsInTheUS.com

What better place to enjoy the great outdoors than in Vermont? Here are eight Vermont based jobs that burn calories when you’re on the job. From skiing to woodworking and forestry to tennis, there’s something for every outdoor enthusiast on this list.

Jobs That Burn Calories In Vermont

Experienced Woodworker in West Rutland

The Leddy Group is seeking experienced woodworkers in Rutland, VT.  Responsibilities may include production of windows and doors, finish work/painting, CNC operation and programming, and leadership opportunities for the right candidate. Candidates should have woodworking experience, be quick learners, have a good work ethic and be willing to assist others.

Ski/Snowboard Instructor in North Troy

The Jay Peak Ski & Ride School is looking for ski and snowboard instructors. The Ski & Ride School at Jay Peak offers a competitive pay structure, top-level trainers, world-class terrain, the best snow and trees on the East Coast as well as a fun and welcoming environment. They teach with the latest terrain-based teaching methodologies and of course, prior coaching experience is a plus. Teaching at Jay Peak is a blast. Not to mention the terrain, snow and trees—perfect for those seeking jobs that burn calories!

Forester in Rutland

This position covers the southern part of the state and is for the Vermont Agency of Natural Resources, Department of Forests, Parks and Recreation. The primary objective of the job is to promote, review and inspect forest and habitat management and road and trail improvement practices funded through federal programs on private non-industrial forestland in northern Vermont. Job duties will include professional and technical assistance to forest landowners, consulting foresters, other natural resource practitioners, and the general public; in the promotion and administration of the forestry practices portions of VT’s Environmental Quality Improvement Program (EQIP) and the Resource Conservation Partnership Program (RCPP). This will include sharing information, reviewing and approving applications, inspecting sites, field measurement of stream crossing sites and closing out practice contracts.

Yoga Instructor in Warren

Sugarbush Resort is looking for instructors to handle the increasing number of students who are looking for a gentle way to improve their health with a balanced, low-impact, full-body workout. Can you motivate, invigorate, energize and teach? The Sugarbush Health & Racquet Club is looking for a yoga instructor who can provide members with a safe, challenging and fun workout—one of the best jobs that burn calories!

Terrain Park Crew Member in North Troy

Jay Peak Resort is looking for skiers and riders who want to be part of the hand crew that keeps the parks crisp, safe, and looking good. If you are a hard worker and enjoy working outside this position is for you. They have full-time and part-time positions available both weekdays and weekends. You must have the ability to ski or snowboard blue terrain, a strong work ethic, and a passion about helping people enjoy park riding at Jay Peak.

Fitness Instructor in Warren

Can you motivate, invigorate, energize and teach? A Sugarbush instructor holds a positive and supportive attitude with an ability to help class participants build strength and stamina. A fitness instructor will create, promote, and run fitness studio classes using steps, mats, exer-tubing and other workout devices. Will provide group and individualized attention in a positive, friendly, and supportive manner to class participants of various abilities.  Should be able to address needs and help participants reach an improved level of performance. Will be flexible and resourceful in developing and marketing classes that are interesting, rewarding, fun and timely.

Alpine Patroller in North Troy

Jay Peak Alpine Patrollers' primary responsibilities fall under two broad categories: enhancing the safety of ski terrain, and providing emergency care to all on property. A Jay Peak Alpine Patroller must display a high level of skiing/riding skill and prudence in setting an example for the skiing public.

A Jay Peak Alpine Patroller will, on any given day: respond to sick and injured persons on trail and resort premises, stabilize and transport patients, and initiate and facilitate the transfer of patients to definitive care if necessary. They will also operate a loaded toboggan safely, on all terrain and in all snow and weather conditions; plan and implement trail work, conduct trail checks before opening and sweep trails post-closing; and transport awkward and/or heavy equipment while skiing and often while operating snowmobiles. This is a great option for those looking for jobs that burn calories in Vermont.

Assistant Tennis Pro in Woodstock

This position is responsible for assisting the Tennis Pro in teaching private & group lessons for all players, as well as assisting with Pickle ball lessons & clinics, court maintenance, racquet stringing, shop sales & member social events.

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