Ten hours of pay are guaranteed every two weeks through March 15, even if there's no snow, the department said. While winter officially begins Dec. 21, the latest New Hampshire winter forecast calls for warmer than usual temperatures, meaning more mixed-precipitation events of a slushy snow/sleet mix.
The New Hampshire Department of Transportation, Concord, New Hampshire, says it is hiring snowplow drivers for winter snow removal, according to an on patch.com. Pay rates will be up to $95.10 an hour and is dependent on equipment setup. Pay also includes hourly fuel rates.