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Bull Shoals Parks Committee Bull Shoals, AR, USA
Dec 13, 2019
2020 - Rv Park Host - April 1st through October 31th. Beautiful, quiet Bull Shoals, Arkansas. Host responsibilities; Take reservations, greet and assist visitors, maintain restrooms, and keep area from from trash, etc. Camp host benefits: campsite, utilities, sewer hook up, WIFI and $200./mn wages. Must have own RV. Must pass a Bull Shoals Police Dept. background check.Full Season contract. Dam Site RV Park has 35 sites; either 30 or 50 amp. electric, water, picnic table, and a fire pit. The park offers WiFi, clean washrooms with showers, plenty of shade at most sites, a dumping station, and a playground. Located adjacent to Bull Shoals Lake. Look at www.cityofbullshoals.org, Recreation menu, Dam site Park. Request application to dlagerstedt@yahoo.com.
Santa Clara County Park
Nov 19, 2019
Overview: Camp and Site Host volunteers provide services in partnership with Park Staff, and provide a readily available, hospitable presence in campgrounds and parks that enhance the safe, educational, and enjoyable experience of park visitors. Hosts receive a camp or host site in exchange for volunteer service. Service requirements are based on the needs of the park and require a minimum of 20 volunteer hours per week to remain in good standing. Camp and Site Hosts are trained at the park level and report directly to the Senior Maintenance Worker and Senior Park Ranger.   Essential Functions Provide information and assistance to park visitors Assist in maintenance, park operations, and/or interpretive program activities. Stock maps and brochures, provide visitor information, and maintain a clean park area Requirements   Apply and register as a Long-term volunteer and participate in an informal interview Submit and successfully pass a Live Scan fingerprinting background check Complete required trainings including: Site Orientation Training; Sexual Harassment Prevention; First Aid/CPR; Radio training; County Driver’s Training; and any additional site-specific training required for the position Available at least 5 days a week and most weekends and holidays to provide volunteer services Possess a valid Driver’s License, current vehicle registration, and current vehicle insurance that meets the minimum State of California insurance requirements Adhere to all County and Park Policies and Procedures, including the Camp and Site Host Guidelines Wear Department-issued designated uniform while performing volunteer service Must be 18 years of age or older Other Skills/Abilities Ability to effectively communicate with visitors, staff, and other volunteers Establish and maintain effective working relationships and cooperative relationships with the public, staff, and other volunteers Specific Volunteer Duties of Martial Cottle Park Camp Host (Minimum 20 hours per week)   Visitor Services Tasks : Greet and provide park information to visitors. Assist in conducting interpretive programs. Staff and maintain the park visitor center or kiosk. Conduct daily Life Estate checks of perimeter fencing and gate and building locks. Call for emergency services as required. Report Daily Hours Survey in SCCVolunteer Monitor after hours activities and report suspicious activities to the County. Be helpful, courteous and accessible to all park visitors, neighbors and employees. Maintenance Tasks: Perform Life Estate and park-wide litter patrols, weed removal and maintenance, using tools provided such as litter sticks, garbage bags, gloves, hand tools, and gas-powered equipment such as line-trimmers and small mowers. Perform minor repairs and grounds maintenance consistent with Camp Host’s experience and qualifications and training provided by Park staff. Maintain Camp Host camp site in a clean and orderly condition at all times. Allocation of Hours: Maintenance Tasks: Minimum 5 hours per week Operations/Guest Services Tasks: Minimum 10 hours per week Unallocated: Minimum 5 hours per week in either Maintenance or Operations tasks based on seasonality and specific park needs
Idaho Parks & Recreation Statewide Idaho
Nov 15, 2019
THE BEST JEWELS IN THE GEM STATE ARE IN IDAHO STATE PARKS! W  e are ready to hire volunteers for the summer of 2020 and you can be on our list! Find yourself fishing our world-famous trout waters, see the beautiful Sawtooth peaks, travel Lewis & Clark country, or be amazed by our gigantic Ponderosa Pines all while hosting for the best state park system in the nation. We are seeking energetic singles and couples as campground, special project, maintenance, and visitor services hosts April - Oct. 2020. FHU provided with minimum 30 days, 24-30 hrs/site. Enjoy free entry to all state parks, complimentary camping, scenic RV sites, outstanding training, and friendly staff. Contact: kathryn.hampton@idpr.idaho.gov 208-514-2493 or find out more and fill out an application online at: www.parksandrecreation.idaho.gov/activities/volunteering