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    If you've a fondness for nature and a propensity for technology (or you know someone who does), please take a moment and examine the job opportunity below:

    http://www.mountwashington.org/about/jobs/itcoord.php

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    Boy, I would be tempted. I am tempted. But, not the right time for me. I will read the full job description later as I may know of someone who could be interested.
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    That really WOULD be a fantastic job... especially if I could use my snowmobile to ride to the top for work
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    that you're moving on, Mike?

    Oh yeah, I'm all over this job. Now, what does IT stand for again?

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    i would love to do that job but i dont like the outdoors

    no i do love being outside but i am way over qualified
    it is the computer thing im new at

    now if you need some one to shovel snow i would love to do that
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    Quote Originally Posted by KD Talbot View Post
    that you're moving on, Mike?

    Oh yeah, I'm all over this job. Now, what does IT stand for again?

    KDT
    It has something to do with Internal Temperatures. That is a big concern when there are not enough people to warm things up.
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    Now that sounds like a job I could do

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    Quote Originally Posted by spyboy View Post
    Now that sounds like a job I could do

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    You bet - and you would be good at it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Orgnoi1 View Post
    ... especially if I could use my snowmobile to ride to the top for work

    Two things: the job is not on the summit. It is based at our weather offices above the Weather Discovery Center in N. Conway. Also, for the few times that the valley IT has to come up, it is via snow cat, van, truck, or foot as snowmobiles are not allowed on the summit or the auto road.
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    Two more things: I think that was a joke, as indicated by the winking smiley face . Also, I know the state park owns a snow machine that is capable of traveling to the summit via the Auto Road in special situations. I've seen it there .
    Last edited by Bill O; 11-24-2008 at 11:28 AM.
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