Saylorville Lake - Campground Booth Attendant

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ORGANIZATION: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

The primary duty of the Campground Booth Attendant Volunteer is to staff the campground entrance station. The volunteer shall provide an average of 21-25 hours of volunteer service per week and will serve for the entire recreation season May through October. Volunteers selected for this position are assigned a campsite in the respective campground with water, electric, and sewer hookups.

Area Mileage/Week: Shared golf cart located at each campground.

Specific duties include:

a. Staff the campground entrance station during position description assigned days and other days as agreed to or scheduled with the Volunteer Coordinator.

b. Campground Booth Attendant Volunteers shall operate a computer, monitor, printer, mouse, keyboard, and Recreation One Stop website to perform campground booth volunteer duties efficiently and effectively.

c. Utilize Recreation One Stop website to check daily reservations, process check-ins and check-outs and manage reservations within volunteer authorities as needed and approved by campground Park

d. Perform "rounds" during each shift to observe campsite occupancy status.

e. Inform visitors of campground policies and procedures, rules and regulations (Title 36 Brochure). Volunteers will NOT do any enforcement.

f. Campground Booth Attendant Volunteers will not perform any transactions for passes or reservations. Volunteers are not authorized to collect money, funds, or payment information of any kind.

g. Assist with other duties as available and scheduled.

These positions are a rotating schedule. Depending on the campground there are 2 schedules options: 5 days on & 5 days off or 3 Days on & 6 days off. Example schedules are available from the project POC.

Start Date - 2024-04-15

End Date - 2024-10-21

Activities include: Campground/Site Host;Computers;General Assistance;Visitor Information

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The Natural Resources Management Program delivers safe public access to U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ lands and waters in a manner that protects all project purposes and mission areas through responsible outdoor recreation, environmental conservation and land use management while partnering with communities to serve the American people.


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