The Leo J Martin Seeks a Director of Ski Operations

MetroBoston’s Leo J Martin Ski Track (LJM), managed by the MA Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR), seeks a Director of Ski Operations. The position is a 6-month seasonal position, with potential future opportunities for year-round employment.

The LJM Director of Ski Operations will plan, coordinate, and direct the operations of the cross country ski track including snowmaking, grooming, race course set-up, coordination with user groups, marketing and community outreach, and special events.

Located just outside Boston in the suburb of Weston, MA, LJM is one of the busiest cross country ski areas in the country. The facility is home to: Cambridge Sports Union (CSU); Harvard’s ski team; the largest youth ski program in New England (Eastern Mass Bill Koch); Boston youth ski programs through Youth Enrichment Services (YES) and the Boys & Girls Club; adaptive ski programs; and more than a dozen high school cross country ski teams.

LJM’s 15km-trail system has long featured extensive snowmaking, as well as lighting for night-time skiing. Over the past year, substantial investments have been made in snowmaking, grooming, and lighting.

Potential applicants or those seeking more information on this job listing should contact Barry Kitch at foljms@gmail.com.

FOLJMS is a nonprofit with 501(c)3 status that represents a wide range of winter recreational and cross-country skiing enthusiasts who are working to ensure that the Leo J Martin remains a vibrant and successful multi-use, cross-country skiing and winter recreational facility. Learn how you can add your voice to the many people who want to secure the long-term future of the Leo J Martin winter facility and its treasured position as the only cross-country ski center with snowmaking in the state.

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