Part-Time Camp Host Fort Buenaventura
WEBER COUNTY RECREATION – SUMMER – PART TIME – NO BENEFITS
JOB SUMMARY Under the general supervision of the Parks Manager, responsible for care and maintenance of camp grounds or park facility as assigned.
MAJOR DUTIES (Any one position may not include all of the duties listed, nor do the listed examples include all duties which may be found in positions of this class.) Will perform the following duties: Collect camp fees, user fees and canoe rental fees and issue receipts. Makes deposits with administration as required. Handle complaints concerning facilities, users and employees. Refers complainant to supervisor as required. Provide customer service to camp or parks users, including school groups, events or other tour groups. Posts reservations on area reserved through administration. Keeps all signage updated. Enforces rules and regulation of facilities and grounds. General janitorial and maintenance duties. Such as: pick up garbage, dispose of minor debris, clean restrooms, supply restrooms, clean bowery, cleans out fire pits. Mow and trim grass, trees and brush in parks as needed. Orders, pick-ups and deliveries supplies for Fort Buenaventura. Maintains parks facilities and equipment. Performs other duties in connections with the operation of the facility and/or grounds as may be assigned.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS High school graduation or equivalent AND Two years experience in customer service and/or janitorial. Basic knowledge of maintenance and janitorial practices. Ability to maintain receipt records; ability to camp on site for extended periods of time; ability to perform work requiring light, medium, and occasionally heavy physical effort; ability to follow direction and work well with others.
SPECIAL QUALIFICATIONS Must have and demonstrate a pleasant and cooperative attitude and be able to work with sometimes difficult people in a calm and professional manner without losing their temper. Must be able to work through situations by finding a solution as beneficial as possible to parties involved. Must possess or be able to possess a valid Utah Driver’s license and have a good driving record. Must have own living quarters (trailer or camper, etc.) and be able to use for extended periods of time during season/duty.