Are you looking for a winter gig? Do you like snow? Better yet, do you hate snow? Would you like to get rid of it? There are several job positions available in Colorado you might enjoy.

The Colorado Department of Transportation is looking to hire more than 100 permanent and seasonal employees right now. According to Fox 21 News, job positions range from seasonal maintenance workers to snowplow drivers. Full-time and part-time positions are available.

Job positions are available across the state of Colorado. Most start in November. Don't delay! Applications are being taken now.

Let's define "seasonal" job opportunities. Even temporary positions last roughly nine months.

Full-time positions include full benefits and promotional opportunities. How much do these gigs pay? Compensation starts at $18.47 an hour. Some positions include a housing stipend.

What's the catch? You'll need a Colorado Class A or B Commercial Driver's License, heavy equipment operator experience, and heavy labor experience for any of the available jobs. What experience does one need to fulfill the heavy equipment requirement? According to CDOT, experience driving a forklift or bus is adequate.

This sounds like an excellent opportunity. What do you have to lose? Apply now. Even if these opportunities don't float your boat, the Colorado job site currently lists 101 job positions you might prefer.