Take the opportunity to prove yourself to your employer that you are a capable worker. Demonstrate your initiative and strong work ethic. Prove that you deserve to be a part of the team.
Take Extra Shifts
Taking extra shifts (or working overtime) not only demonstrates a desirable quality to employers, it also allows you to make some extra money (to stash away for off-season).
Make sure that you plan for your time off. Going an extended period without an income can be difficult; plan ahead to ensure that you won’t suffer financial distress.
Learn as much as you can. Try new tasks, volunteer for training. Make the most out of your seasonal employment (it only makes you more employable!).
Network as much as you can in your position. I’m not saying to jump ship with the company you’re with (loyalty goes a long way), I’m simply saying that make your name and your skillset known.
Look for Opportunities
Look for opportunities within your company. Apply for full-time positions. Use your off-time to earn qualifications to be more employable.
Enjoy Your Time Off
Working seasonal jobs can be tough on the body and mind. Make sure to rest and recharge before the start of the next season!