Job Opportunities
We are seeking motivated and engaging Mountain Bike Coaches to join our team at Mt. Abram. In this position, you will play a key role in creating lifelong mountain bikers while making sure everyone has a safe and fun experience at Mt. Abram.
Hiring requirements:
– Work outside in all conditions
– Ability to multitask, prioritize, and manage time efficiently
– Comfortable in a team-player role
– Own a mountain bike
– Coaches will be responsible for a group and/or one-on-one lessons.
– Work with many different age guests and coworkers
– Flexible to work in all types of programming our bike school has to offer
– Ensure riders safety and monitor all activities
– Follow all safety and emergency procedures and guidelines
– Attend Mt. Abram Staff Orientation
Job Types: Full-time, Part-time, Temp
– Employee discount
– Bike Park Season Pass
Please apply at the above link.

More info coming soon. Please apply at the above link.

More info coming soon. Please apply at the above link.

Mt. Abram’s Bike Park is entering into its fourth season and we are looking for several
dedicated Patrollers looking for a summer and/or fall job.

Full and part time (2-4 days/week, ~10 hr. days) positions available.

Interest in joining our Patrol for the winter ski/ride season is awesome but not required!


  • Current Outdoor Emergency Care certification in good and current standing with NSP is
    – Lack of OEC certification can be sweetened by a current CPR certification and
    another medical certification such as Wilderness First Responder or EMT.
  • Must own a mountain bike and be comfortable riding on Mt. Abram’s bike trails, mostly
    beginner to intermediate terrain.
    – Lack of comfort “shredding” the trails is okay. Comfort
    safely riding them is a must. Opportunities for lessons with Mt. Abram’s Bike School are
    available to help build skill throughout the season.
  • Good Physical Condition
    – Able to ride a bike uphill, and downhill, throughout the day, and maintain
    adequate energy levels and appropriate hydration.
    – Able to carry heavy loads upwards of 70lbs, such as carrying a patient in a litter
    through the woods, on and off trail.
  • *** This is a partial but basic list of requirements

Benefits include competitive pay, bike park passes, discounts on food, retail and other services
on-mountain, as well as joining a community of excellent people at Maine’s Family Ski and Ride

Please contact the Patrol Director, Nate Miller,