Baby, it's cold outside...but, I'm in my Zamboni!
The technical term is an ICE RESURFACER and Zamboni's are the original, most popular machines used to clean and smooth the surface of ice rinks around the world.
Although a special education is not required to become an Ice Resurfacer, it will take months of on-the-job training to learn to operate the Zamboni - aside from just learning how to maneuver the machine, there's the water controls, the blade controls, etc.
Often, there can be different people on the ice or two Zamboni's on the rink at the same time. Being an Ice Resurfacer can be a seasonal job and generally pays $15-20 per hour. It has it's perks, especially if you're a hockey fan! For more Weird Jobs go to .pinterest.com/internsover40/weird-job-wednesday