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2013 Seasonal Summer Employment, Westmoreland State Park, Closes 3/22/2013
Closes On: 03/22/2013Westmoreland State Park located in Montross, Virginia has summer seasonal employment opportunities for the following positions:
Seasonal Interpreter- plans and presents a variety of programs focusing on the natural, environmental, historic and cultural features of Westmoreland State Park. Programs will include campfires, nature crafts, environmental education, recreational activities, and outdoor skills. Applicant must be available for evenings, weekends and holidays.
Housekeepers- responsible for cleaning and preparing cabins for overnight guests. Also responsible for cleaning of campground bath houses, visitor center and conference center.
Trades Technician I (Maintenance)- performs routine building and grounds maintenance including mowing and trimming around buildings and fields, trail clearing and brush removal, policing litter throughout the park. May assist in light construction, electrical and plumbing projects. Applicant must have valid motor vehicle operator's license.
Food Service Technician (Snack Bar)- Includes a variety of tasks: selling merchandise, swim tickets, food, collect monies, providing public information on facility services, completing accounting forms at the end of shift. Minimal amount of food preparation, responsible for cleaning snack shack, and exterior of building.
Lifeguards- safeguards and regulates the conduct of patrons to prevent unsafe practices and accidents in Olympic size pool area. Performs routine maintenance and cleaning tasks, as well as in-service training. Must have valid American Red Cross Lifeguard certificate and CPR certificate.
Head Lifeguard- supervises and schedules lifeguards to insure safety of patrons and cleanliness of pool area. Serves as point of contact for guests seeking information or with concerns or complaints. Must have valid American Red Cross Lifeguard certificate and CPR certificate.
Contact Rangers- Assists Park visitors by providing information on the Park's facilities and programs along with local points of interest and attractions in the area. Operates electronic cash register and collects appropriate user fees while maintaining required revenue accounting and reporting forms. Performs registration procedures for campers, cabin guests and adventure program participants. Answers incoming phone calls providing requested information or re-directs the caller to the appropriate office or facility.
Boathouse/Camp Store Staff- Includes a variety of tasks: operating electronic cash register, selling merchandise, and handling the rental of kayaks, paddleboats and stand-up paddleboards . Renting boats includes having customer fill out proper forms, distributing equipment necessary and informing customer of safety regulations, boundaries and policies as well as assisting in the launch. Will also assist Park visitors by providing information on the Park's facilities and programs along with local points of interest and attractions in the area.
Successful candidates must work weekends and all holidays. Some positions require evening shifts.
A Virginia Application for Employment form must be submitted to: Westmoreland State Park 145 Cliff Road Montross, VA 22520 804-493-8821 (Phone) 804-493-8329 (Fax) Westmoreland@dcr.virginia.gov
Application Deadline: Friday, March 22. A blank application form may be downloaded from the following link: http://dcrintra.dcr.virginia.gov/DCR Public/Jobs/Application.doc
The Department of Conservation & Recreation is an Equal Opportunity Employer.