A seasonal job full of friendships, adventures, sunrises, activities, challenges, and mother nature’s changing seasons offer up the flavors of life experience that everyone should get a taste of at least once.
Epic adventures are available in amazing locations all year round on CoolWorks.com. Getting into the application game at the right time of year can make a significant impact on the type of position or the geographical locale where you end up having your seasonal adventures.
Dude ranches or guest ranches – whatever you call them, they offer incredible experiences with potential life-changing benefits for the people who come to work for a season. There are tremendous opportunities and experiences to be had.
Applying for a job on CoolWorks.com is a bit different than a typical job application process. Seasonal employers recruit and make hiring decisions months in advance of a job or operating season start dates, and each employer has their own unique application process.
Your date range availability, previous work experience, flexibility in job choice and attention to detail in the application process can all make a big impact on how you stand out in a crowded applicant pool.
Are you a non-US citizen interested in working in the United States? In order to work for the employers listed on CoolWorks, you will need to have the appropriate work visa.
One great perk about seasonal work is that many positions come along with a room and board scenario to make the logistics of moving somewhere new for a job much easier and more convenient for the job seeker.
There’s some real wisdom in that old saying, “Don’t put all your eggs in one basket.” A lot like an easter egg hunt, there are many colorful and exciting job opportunities on CoolWorks – and you should take a shot a those that strike your fancy.
Employers need staff to cover their entire season, so many will hire a combination of full season staff, early season staff and late season staff. In our experience, preference is given to those who can work the entire season – but there are plenty of short season opportunities out…