Point Supreme Campground Host
ORGANIZATION: National Park Service
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- Volunteers must observe all park rules and regulations while working at Cedar Breaks National Monument.
- Familiarize themselves with National Park Service regulations and policies.
- Professionally represent the National Park Service.
- Record and submit work hours and visitor contacts to supervisor
- Report any injuries sustained while on duty to a supervisor immediately.
- Delay could result in loss of claim.
- Be able to pass a criminal background check depending on the exact nature of duties
- Perform all duties safely and promote a safe, healthy, and inclusive workplace environment
Length of Commitment:
- The Point Supreme Campground is open June 19 - September 19.
- Start and stop dates are flexible, but this opportunity is specifically targeted for the beginning of the season.
- Campground Hosts must commit to work at least 32 hours per week to be provided with an RV pad in the campground with full hookups.
Tools, Equipment, and Vehicles to be Operated:
Volunteer Campground Hosts will operate a small campground vehicle to move to the maintenance area and ranger station when needed to complete duties.
Location Where Work Will Be Performed:
Point Supreme Campground, Cedar Breaks National Monument
Physical Requirements of Work:
- While on duty, volunteers must wear the provided park VIP uniform and a name badge.
- No patches or insignias other than the NPS VIP logo may be affixed to the uniform.
- Brown, tan, or other neutral colored pants and shoes must be supplied by the volunteer and worn with the shirt/jacket.
- VIPs must not wear any part of the official NPS uniform or be dressed in a manner that attempts to duplicate its appearance.
- Duties include sitting or standing for extended periods of time outside, and may require moderate physical exertion (such as hiking over steep and uneven trails) and/or carrying and lifting heavy objects (up to 50 lbs).
- Most work is performed outdoors at an elevation of over 10,000 feet.
- The incumbent may be exposed to extreme hot or cold temperatures, high winds, rain, snow, smoke, or hail during their work hours.
Benefits to the Volunteer:
- Hosts contribute to the visitor experience at Cedar Breaks National Monument.
- Hosts help ensure the high standards of the National Park Service are maintained.
Position Supports Which Division:
Visitor Services Division
Brent Everitt, Chief of Visitor Services
Scope of Contacts:
Volunteer will have many daily contacts with visitors in and around the campground.
Start Date - 2022-06-19
End Date - 2022-09-19
Activities include: Campground/Site Host
Hosts Housing Amenities: RV/Trailer Pads
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