BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF WORK:
Replacement of bridge rails and guardrail along Bighorn Road at the Bighorn Creek and Pitkin Creek culvert crossings
Join in the update of Vail's 1994 Comprehensive Open Lands Plan and help shape the future of the plan by taking part in the conversation.
Vail is a premier mountain resort community (permanent population of 5,000 that swells to 45,000 during peak times) that has the feel of a small hometown with big city amenities.
The Town of Vail provides fire and police protection, as well as extensive transportation, public works functions and a beautiful Public Library. To keep all of these essential areas working, the Town of Vail manages administrative, finance, human resources, community development, information systems and court responsibilities. Each of these departments offer a wide variety of jobs at a combination of hours that can work with any schedule. Whether you are looking for full-time seasonal work, part-time seasonal work, or full time year-round work, the town has something for you.
Start your search now by reviewing open positions on our job board here.
The Vail Town Council meets the first and third Tuesday of each month.
ELECTIONS ARE COMING
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No income cap
No household size requirement