Provide general information about local area attractions, copies of park rules and regulations, and manage the check-in/check-out process including tracking of the site location for all guests.
Collect all campsite payments as well as selling firewood, ice and other goods.
The host should be familiar with local points of interest and the location of services that might be requested by campers such as towing, groceries, churches, tourist attractions and local events (with assistance of owner).
Will perform light maintenance work around the campground such as litter pickup, sweeping and stocking of restrooms, provide information to park staff on potential problems, and disseminate information to campers.
May assist in campground public relations and special events/activities.
Clean campsites by performing minor maintenance tasks such as raking the campsite pad, washing tables, cleaning out fire rings, picking up litter, reporting any damage to the owner. Each site must be cleaned after every camper checks out and before another checks in.
Host must set an example by being a model camper practicing good housekeeping at all times in and around their assigned site and by observing all rules and regulations.
The campground host will report all disturbances to park owner or call local law enforcement to report illegal activity or disturbances covered by local City Ordinance.
Host is expected to work most weekends and all holidays during their term.
Keep a written report of complaints and criticism of park facilities, report situations that could affect the health and safety of visitors, and report any maintenance items which need immediate attention. May maintain other written records as requested by the park owner.
Work is mostly outside in hot, cold, wet, humid, or windy conditions. Walking is required. A park ATV is also available for use. The campground host must reside in campground in a self-owned or rented camper.
Ability to get along well with people. Ability to remain calm and friendly when confronted with upset visitors. Ability to physically get out and make rounds through the camping area. Ability to adapt to changing work conditions. A good knowledge of the park and surrounding area. Basic computer skills required; training for the campground reservation system will be provided.
Approximately 20 hours of service time per week for a minimum of four (4) weeks, to include most weekends and all holidays. Candidates who are able to commit to serving from June 1 – August 31 will get preference in the application process. Days off to be negotiated/discussed with the owner a minimum of one week in advance.
SUPERVISION AND TRAINING:
Supervised by campground owner or his designee. The campground host will be trained in campground registration procedures, reservations system processes, rules and regulations and host responsibilities.
Campground host will receive prime location for their own RV on a 50-amp, water and sewer equipped site valued at $546 per month.
An hourly rate of $15 per hour will be paid for maintenance and cleaning (approximately 4-5 hours per week).
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