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RecConnect is seeking an entity to subcontract
OHV trail reconnaissance, layout, design, and
RecConnect is a team of professional experts
who are committed to providing high-quality
recreation trails and facilities. We specialize
in OHV and snowmobile trails and consulting.
We actively recreate with motorcycles, ATVs,
snowmobiles, and four-wheel drive
vehicles and participate in a variety of
motorized clubs and associations.
RecConnect is a woman-owned limited liability
corporation which is licensed under the rules of
the State of Oregon. We are members of the
Professional Trailbuilders Association.
RecConnect is seeking an experienced and
qualified entity with which to subcontract OHV
trail reconnaissance, layout, design, and
construction oversight. We are not seeking
employees, but will subcontract with an
individual with a business license or a firm who
provides these services.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
Must be a motorized trail enthusiast, preferably
with motorcycle experience.
2. Knowledge of basic
3. Experience in trail
reconnaissance, layout, and design.
4. Experience in trail
construction is desirable, especially mechanized
construction with a Sweco dozer and/or
5. Ability and
willingness to learn.
6. Possess a passion for
trails as a creative outlet.
7. Ability to work with
varied groups with varied interests.
8. Must have good social
9. Must have stamina and
be in good physical condition.
10. Enjoy working in the woods.
11. Must be motivated and a
12. Must be able to work alone and
13. Must be able to travel freely.
14. Must possess a passport.
15. Possess computer skills with
Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.
16. Possess GPS and mapping skills.
Knowledge of Garmin Mapsource.
17. ArcView or ArcGIS skills highly
desired, but not required.
Work could begin as early as May, 2009 in
Kelowna, British Columbia. Please call or email
for more information.
The National Off-Highway Vehicle Conservation
Council, as a national body of OHV recreation
enthusiasts, develops and provides a wide
spectrum of programs, materials and information,
or "tools", to individuals, clubs, associations
and agencies in order to further a positive
future for responsible OHV recreation.