The available positions are one part-time in the Logan area, one part-time in the Manti-LaSal Skyline area, and one full-time in the Western Uinta Mountains. You'll need to possess professional level avalanche and meteorology assessment skills, speak well, and understand basic computer skills including Microsoft Office and photo editing. You also should have strong backcountry travel experience with skis or splitboards and snowmobiles. Duties for the two part-time positions include education outreach and performing field work collecting information for the avalanche forecasts in each area. Duties for the full-time position include education outreach, performing field work, and producing avalanche forecasts. These are U.S. Forest Service positions. They are posted at usajobs.gov under the official title Meteorological Technician. Candidates are welcome to send resumes to uac@avalanche.org but will need to apply through the Web site to be considered. Visit resort Web sites or contact the resorts directly for information on other available snow jobs at Utah's 13 ski and snowboard resorts.