The Facility Coordinator is a seasonal position with the AMC’s Southern New England Trails Program based out of Noble View Outdoors Center in Russell, MA. The position is responsible for supporting the AMC staff and participants that reside at the facility, comprised of residential AmeriCorps Members, a Professional Trail Crew, and Trail Crew Leaders leading youth on the New England Trail. This position will plan and coordinate detailed efforts needed for a successful field season, in conjunction with the Trails Volunteer Program Supervisor. Primary responsibilities include food and supply shopping and day-to-day facility operation. This person must be willing to work weekends when necessary and have a flexible work schedule.

Responsibilities overview but are not limited to:
• Work with crew leaders in planning the grocery list every week, considering aspects of the crew’s location, size, and dietary restrictions.
• Shop for all food for trail crews and staff based at Noble View.
• Oversee and organize the pantry area at Noble View and maintaining an inventory of food supplies.
• Refill propane tanks as needed.
• Sort and transport recycling to the transfer station weekly.
• Assist the Noble View Caretaker in ground maintenance duties such as trail clearing, grass mowing, and bathroom upkeep.
• Coordinate AMC vehicle use among program coordinators and crews, as well as overseeing vehicle maintenance and fuel levels.
• Act as a point-person for AMC staff in communication with Noble View staff.
• Assist with set-up and breakdown of facility during pre- and post-season.
• Work with program supervisor to create and execute a list of facility-improvement projects.
• Assist with AmeriCorps member training, especially in the realms of food safety and meal prep.
• Enforce established policies of Noble View in order to maintain participant safety
• Enforce facility-specific guidelines to assure AMC staff/participants are being respectful of AMC facility renters, general public, and other staff/ participants in terms of cleanliness and noise.
• Take a leadership role in any incidents that occur on property.
• Other general duties as assigned

Tagged as: Camp Staff, Conservation, Cooks and Food Service, Support Staff


• Strong communication and education skills
• Experience working with or supervising others in an outdoor setting
• Trail work experience preferred
• Experience with facility maintenance preferred
• Comfortable using outdoor power equipment
• Comfortable living in a rustic setting
• Proficiency in the use of computers with associated word processing, desktop publishing, and database programs
• Be willing and able to work a flexible and varied schedule
• Must be at least 21 years of age

Required Skills:

• Ability to carry heavy loads (40+ lbs.) for long distances
• Must pass DOT and AMC drivers checks to drive 12-Passenger van
• Clear criminal background check (performed by AMC Human Resources Dept.)
• The Appalachian Mountain Club has zero tolerance for child abuse or placing children in danger. The AMC requires all employees who work in a program or facility which
serves children, disabled persons, or the elderly to have a criminal record check performed on their name

Preferred Skills:

Staff will be required to show proof that they are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 as a condition of employment. The AMC will consider an exemption from the vaccine requirement if they are unable to get vaccinated due to a qualifying medical disability or a sincerely held religious objection. An accommodation or exemption from the vaccine requirement will be considered if one is available that would not pose a direct threat to others in the workplace and would not create an undue hardship for the organiza

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