Find a job in Maine’s outdoor industry

Maine’s outdoor industry includes entrepreneurs, gear builders, guides, advocates, stewards, designers, engineers, tinkers and thinkers — all-around awesome people who are pros at blurring the line between work and play. Join us.

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Featured Jobs

LL Bean
Wholesale Associate Account Manager

Full time

Posted on Nov 27, 2022

L.L.Bean is currently searching for a Wholesale Associate Account Manager to join the Wholesale team located in Freeport, Maine.

Main Street Skowhegan
Outdoor Recreation Facilitator (AmeriCorps member)

Full time, Housing available

$2,000 monthly living allowance

Posted on Nov 23, 2022

Bicycle Coalition of Maine
Community Organizer

Full time

$43,000-53,000

Posted on Nov 22, 2022

Main Street Skowhegan
Operations Manager

Full time

Posted on Nov 18, 2022

Main Street Skowhegan is seeking an enthusiastic, organized, and deadline-driven person to assist the executive director with the implementation of the Skowhegan Strategic Plan for Community Transformation which includes the establishment of the Skowhegan River Park - an accessible outdoor recreation asset with an expanded trail network and enhanced whitewater.

Sugarloaf Mountain Corp
Sugarloaf Outdoor Center Team Members

Full time, Part time, Seasonal, Entry Level

Posted on Nov 11, 2022

We are currently looking for help in the retail, ticket sales, and equipment rental departments at this resort location for the coming winter season. Are you familiar with the Outdoor Center trail systems? Do you nordic ski? If you enjoy working with people in a fun and supportive environment, please...

Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife
Deputy Game Wardens

Part time, Seasonal, Entry Level

Posted on Nov 11, 2022

These positions are part time positions, from May 9, 2023, to the end of August, as a Deputy Game Warden assigned to specific bodies of water to enforce recreational boating rules and regulations.

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“THE NUMBER ONE REASON TO LIVE IN MAINE IS THE OUTSTANDING QUALITY OF LIFE. IT’S HARD TO BEAT IF YOU LOVE THE OUTDOORS, BEING ACTIVE AND HAVING FOUR SEASONS.”

-Bill Yeo, Retail Manager of L.L.Bean’s Outdoor Discovery School

TYPES OF CAREERS

PRODUCT DESIGN + DEVELOPMENT

Maine’s outdoor heritage and culture of innovation has spawned dozens of outdoor equipment and apparel manufacturers with jobs available in production, stitching, design, and engineering.

MARKETING + SALES

Marketing and sales roles promoting outdoor gear and experiences are the most in-demand jobs in Maine’s outdoor industry according to a recent MOB member survey.

GUIDING + OUTFITTING

Prefer to be closer to the action? Maine is home to hundreds of guiding companies, organizations, and entrepreneurs that lead recreation trips and teach outdoor skills.

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Find more jobs in Maine’s outdoor
industry with MOB members:

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Sterling
Multiple Positions
Sea Bags Inc
Multiple Positions
Salt Pump Climbing Co
Multiple Positions
Northern Outdoors
Multiple Positions
Maine Kayak
Multiple Positions
Hyperlite Mountain Gear Inc
General Application
Freedom Boat Club
Multiple Positions
Avid 4 Adventure
Multiple Positions
Acadia Mountain Guides
Multiple Positions
The Chewonki Foundation
Multiple Positions
Appalachian Mountain Club
Multiple Positions
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Featured Educational Partner

Are you looking for something that combines your passion for the great outdoors with a valuable skill set that’ll allow you to manage — or start your own — four-season outdoor recreation-related businesses?

The University of Maine Farmington Outdoor Recreation Business Administration (ORBA) Program is one of the only undergraduate outdoor recreation business focused programs in the country. Graduates work for companies like L.L.Bean, Old Town Canoe, Hyperlite Mountain Gear, Garmin, Sugarloaf Mountain, and more.

ORBA is an innovative academic program with a broad four-season focus and an emphasis on business, with substantial coursework in outdoor recreation — including areas like snow sports, the river industry, adventure sports, hiking and camping, golf, and inland fishing. Check Out The ORBA Program

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