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General Park Operations Volunteer
Duties include assisting park staff with day-to-day operations and maintenance tasks. These can include staffing the park entrance station, cleaning campsites and restrooms, mowing lawns, landscaping, painting and general upkeep of park facilities, 2 mile scenic multi-use ril trail and state natural area with dramatic waterfall. Volunteers serve as the emergency contact overnight one to two weeknights per week while the resident park ranger is off duty.
Jamaica State Park was established in 1969 and is situated along the West River in the Southern Vermont Green Mountains. The park inludes a campground, multi use recreation trail, hiking trails, nature center and state natural area. The park is popular for recreational white water boating. The village center, with general store, coffee house, shops and library, is within walking distance. Excellent trout and salmon fishing on the West River. The park adjoins federal conserved lands.
All staff receive on the job training for all duties. Uniforms provided.
1 position (can be shared by a couple)
30 hours per week
early May - mid October
HOUSING & AMENITIES Type: Camp Sites Description: Wooded campsite with water,30amp electric and sewer hookup; AT&T and Sprint cell service available; Wi-fi available at park office. Satellite signal not available.