Camp Host Needed for Steck Park Campground on Brownlee Reservoir, Idaho
Camp host needed for April to late September. The Bureau of Land Management is seeking a camp host to manage Steck Park Campground on Brownlee Reservoir (Snake River) near Weiser, Idaho. Work is a minimum 30 hours per week, with most duties between 7 a.m. and 10 a.m. and between 6 p.m. and 8 p.m.
Volunteers must be at least 21 years old, with no significant physical or mental condition that would prevent them from carrying out these duties. Volunteers must also pass a federal background check.
Volunteers will perform an assortment of public contact, maintenance, and administrative duties. Examples of these duties include answering visitor questions, explaining fee payment procedures, educating visitors about campground rules, picking up litter, cleaning restrooms, and collecting basic visitor use data. Volunteers do not perform skilled maintenance duties or perform janitorial services except in emergencies. Full service campsite provided for no charge (water, sewer, electric service).
Volunteers will live on site and provide their own lodging (i.e. RV or camp trailer). Camp-rate reimbursements will be provided ($24/work day for single volunteer or $32/work day for a couple), and other work related expenses will be reimbursed.
Brownlee Reservoir and Steck Park Campground are located on the Snake River approximately 20 miles west of Weiser, Idaho (home of the National Old Time Fiddlers Festival – third week in June). The reservoir offers some of the best catfish, crappie and bass fishing in the Pacific Northwest.