Life on the Road Working RV Jobs

Today there are lots of opportunities for RV Jobs that earn income while traveling fulltime in an RV. A popular choice is the Workamper opportunities where you can find seasonal or full-time opportunities.

Workamper has listings for store clerks, handy people, maintenance, housekeeping security, and reservations. Most jobs offer A full hookup plus electric for 20 to 25 hours of work a week.

Some offer a salary for any additional hours worked. You'll need to subscribe in order to view and apply for these jobs. Most people interested in this work say the Subscription is well worth the minimal cost.

These jobs are generally seasonal, so you'd have an opportunity to visit and work at some wonderful resorts for nearly nothing.

Coolworks is great place to find seasonal jobs in some of the greatest places on Earth. There are summer jobs in Yellowstone, Yosemite, and other national parks. How about a ski resort, ranch or theme park? Tour companies, marinas, and wildlife preserves also have listings on this website. What a great way to earn a living and travel too.

RGIS is another great opportunity for fulltime Rvers'. RGIS has over 40,000 employees in over 400 offices worldwide that handle inventory, merchandising and staffing needs. They are always looking for qualified people to fill positions from part-time seasonal to life changing careers. This can be hard work though. I've done it and it can be very physical work.

Caretaker Jobs matches the needs for finding a Caretaker, Estate Manager, Ranch Hand, Game Warden, Gamekeeper, horse industry worker, or related jobs worldwide. If you like working with animals this might be a great option for you.

If you have some office skills consider becoming a Virtual Assistant. As long as you have a reliable Wi-Fi connection and a cell phone you can work from your RV. There are many legitimate listings for this kind of work. Check out IVAA to learn more about this exciting field.

Another option for RV jobs are flea markets, swap meets, and craft fairs where you can sell everything imaginable.  If you have artistic talent or would like to develop your talent consider becoming a caricature artist.  These artists generally make $100 - $200 an hour drawing simple likenesses, and with practice the art of caricature isn't difficult to learn. Some excellent videos are available from Jim van der Keyl.

If you are looking for holiday work See's Candy and Hickory Farms hire workers during peak seasons. Many full timers also work for Christmas tree and pumpkin patch lots. Be aware that some of these lots can be dangerous depending on their location!

Hart-T-Tree Farms has RV jobs opportunities from around Thanksgiving till the day before Christmas running a Christmas tree lot. You will have to unload trees from delivery trucks, set them up for sale, keep your tree lot clean, and some minor bookkeeping. You are responsible for pricing the trees and will earn a commission from your sales. Income ranges from approximately $1000 to $5000 depending on your sales. This can be hard work, but many people love it and participate year after year.

Equity Lifestyle Properties hires is always looking for friendly, energetic people to work part-time at resorts in Arizona, California, Texas, and Florida. You will earn a base pay, and 50% discount on a full hook-up during your employment. You can enjoy all of the resort amenities, participate in the on-site activities and events, meet new friends, and experience the benefits of working at a top quality RV resort.

Herschend Family Entertainment has opportunities available for various seasons though out the year in food service, attractions, festival events, and merchandise. Their parks include: Dollywood in Pigeon Forge TN, Splash Country also in Pigeon Forge TN, Stone Mountain Park in Stone Mountain GA, Silver Dollar City in Branson MO, and Wild Adventures water and theme park in Valdosta GA.

Southwest Publications USA, Inc. has commissioned opportunities to sell advertising on RV park site maps. No experience is necessary, they train, no hidden costs are involved, and you receive complimentary camping while working. Princess Cruises and Tours work a summer RV jobs in Alaska! April through October - pays minimum wage, RV sites are available at many of their locations.

Xanterra Parks and Resorts in Death Valley national Park, California has winter RV jobs in housekeeping, front desk, food and beverage, maintenance, and retail. They pay wages for all hours worked and offer an RV space for $60 bi-weekly with all utilities paid, free cable TV, discounted meals for only $3.00. You can play golf, tennis, hike, or relax in their spring fed swimming pool. Season starts late September and runs until mid-May. Check Furnace Creek Inn and Ranch Resort for additional details.

Lake George Workamper Program has RV jobs available in their 575 RV sites park. It is at the gateway to the magnificent Adirondack Mountains an the pristine 32 mile long Lake George. Which is a historic destination and tourist playground. They hire workers with a strong work ethic who enjoy people and have a "can-do" positive attitude. All positions are fast paced and require a high level of energy and enthusiasm.

Adventure Land Theme Park in Des Moines, Iowa hires workampers for summer jobs in their park. You can request a brochure at their website to see what positions are available. Brochures won't be available though until mid-September.

Walt Disney World Resort is an excellent way to enjoy a seasonal job. They call their employees "Cast Members" and have opportunities in food and beverage, merchandise, admissions, and all sorts of other fun things. You can visit their website for more information.

LOMA Gate Guard Services is looking for friendly RV couples to provide gate guard services on oilfield sites in South Texas. Water, fuel, generator power, and septic removal is provided. Guards must have their own RV. No pets. Competitive Pay.
For more information contact:
Kathy Lewis via email: klewis@lomarentals.com

Yellowstone National Park has RV jobs in the summer available at our campgrounds. Season begins in May and runs until September. Please visit www.yellowstonejobs.com for an application and more information.

Some full time RVers prefer to do volunteer work. There are some great volunteer opportunities available where you can park for free and help wildlife or other charity work