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CAMPGROUND HOST: Positions are located at Indian Creek Campground, Alpine County, California. Volunteers work 5-6 months within this timeframe. No phone or internet access on site (radios are used in cases of emergency).
As a Campground Host, you will typically be expected to greet campers; give directions, answer questions, and hand out pamphlets if available; help campers feel at home; perform minor maintenance and inspect the campground; clean and/or stock restrooms; keep some records; and occasionally fill out forms. A Host must work well with people, be personable and neat in appearance. BLM volunteer uniform provided. You would be required to be on-site five days per week, especially on weekends and heavy use holidays. A Host must generally be physically able to perform some raking, shoveling and sweeping. The most important job as a Campground Host is to provide an enjoyable camping experience for the public. The Host is the first and sometimes the only contact with campground users.
A campsite will be provided. Must have own trailer. Electricity, water and sewer (dump station) provided. Up to two positions, late April - mid October 2018. Bureau of Land Management - Sierra Front Field Office
HOUSING & AMENITIES Type: Trailer/RV Pads Description: On-site utilities no cost to volunteers: RV pads with water and electricity; black and grey water dumping available onsite at dump station only.