Anyone who has looked for an unconventional job in a great location has run across the site, CoolWorks.com. Did you also know that they have a section just for RVers? It includes jobs and workcamping positions that include free or low-cost RV sites to accommodate you and your home on wheels.
CoolWorks.com posts fun outdoor jobs that include parking spots for RVers.
Most of the job positions include national and state parks, campgrounds and lodges, retail establishments and restaurants. However, some companies, like Amazon or the YMCA also have positions and campsites for RVers who come to work for them.
Work in national parks and do fun things (like river rafting) on your days off.
As of this posting, several cool jobs include the following:
Do you know how to survive in the wilderness? Snow Mountain Ranch is looking for guides.
Snow Mountain Ranch is looking for instructors to lead 24 hour back country survival courses for both adults and youth through the YMCA and Bear Grylls Survival Academy. Lead instructors are paid $350 per course. Snow Mountain is a family resort and conference center located near the entrance of Rocky Mountain National Park and has over 5,000 acres of forest, meadow and wetlands.
Drive a famous Red Bus in Glacier National Park.
Along with dozens of other summer jobs, Glacier National Park Lodges hires for their famous Red Bus that takes passengers up the stunning Going to the Sun Road. Off-site RV spots with hookups are available or employee meals and lodging can be purchased for $12.75 per day. Employees also get free Glacier National Park passes, free Red Bus tours and returning employee incentives.
Work at Cliff Dwellers Lodge and wake up to the Vermillion Cliffs of Arizona.
Cliff Dwellers Lodge and Restaurant encourages both RVers and couples to apply for food and beverage positions at their location near the North Rim of the Grand Canyon. The family run business supplies RV sites with hookups at their remote location with views of the Vermillion Cliffs and access to local fishing holes.
Photo by Cliff Dwellers Lodge