Campground Host (August - October)
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The camp host will be asked to work a 32 hour week, with a minimum of a 3-month commitment. The duties will require daily interaction with the public, janitorial tasks such as cleaning pit and flush toilets, collecting garbage from the housing, campground and day use areas. The Volunteer will also have the opportunity to assist in facilities maintenance such as painting, plumbing, lawn mowing and general repairs. If the volunteer shows interest in education, retail or trail work there will be a possibility to add these activities to their monthly tasks. All Personal Protective Equipment, Job Hazard Analyses and trainings will be available depending on task requirements and volunteer skill sets.
The volunteer must be willing and able to accomplish these tasks while maintaining a positive attitude. You will be provided all of the tools and support needed to accomplish your tasks. Maintaining a neat and professional appearance will be vital due to your interaction with the public. The campground host will interact with the public, and a positive attitude and willingness to share information is required. Working as a team is important, and all volunteers will be asked to work in groups at times. Volunteers are required to wear a uniform when interacting with the public that the National Park Service will provide.
The camphost will be required to live in the campground. RV hookups for propane and electricity will be provided and there is a dump station available approximately one (1) mile from the site. Volunteer must be able to provide their own RV or camper.
Start Date - 2022-08-01
End Date - 2022-11-01
Activities include: Campground/Site Host;Campground Maintenance
Difficulty_Level: Not Difficult
Hosts Housing Amenities: Camp Sites;No Housing/Amenities Available
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Mimbres, NM 88049
December 29, 2021
- Outdoor Recreation
- Water Recreation
- People 55+