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Campground Staff Couples Wanted For The Summer Of 2018 At Paradise Valley Campground In

British Columbia Canada

What type of individuals are we looking for? Do you take pride and satisfaction in doing your best at no matter what you do? Do you enjoy bringing a smile to others when you are of service to them? Are cleaning toilets not a big deal to you? Are you energetic and prefer to be on the move rather than to sit watching time pass? Do you want to experience living, working and playing in an outdoor paradise? If you answered yes (be honest with yourself) to these questions then we’re looking for you, otherwise you need not apply. If you're the type who needs someone telling them what to do next, you're probably not well suited to this type of job as self-initiative is an essential trait being sought. Those looking for somewhere to “park their RV” need not apply, this is a job posting. You need to be Jacks and Jills of all trades, handy at typical household type4chores, types of repair and maintenance tasks. You also bring a strong work ethic and a sense of responsibility in committing to be part of a team of several couples who enjoy being outdoors and helping others pursue a memorable camping experience. What type of job is it? Where is it? This is not a “host” job. This is a near full time position for 4 months, May 1st through to the Labour Day weekend with the potential to extend to the Thanksgiving weekend. Camping experience is essential and prior experience working in a campground is much preferred. We’re looking for physically fit couples to work in an 80+ site rustic campground in beautiful Squamish, BC, also known as the Outdoor Recreation Capital of Canada. If you enjoy biking, hiking, climbing, kayaking, canoeing, photography, white water rafting, among other outdoor pursuits then Squamish is where you want to be. The campground is consistently rated at 4.5/5 stars on Google and TripAdvisor and is a family oriented campground with a non-amplified music policy. You need to be able to legally work in Canada. We are 45 minutes south of Whistler and 50 minutes north of Vancouver. It is not uncommon to observe bear, cougar, and coyote in the vicinity or on-site at times during the season so, be sure that you have a comfort level with wildlife contact. What does the position entail? There are three aspects to the running a campground; maintenance, guest services, and policy adherence. As a couple, one will be focused on guest services working in the office / store where duties include guest registration and reservations using a web-based system on a Windows 10 computer. Answering in-person and phone inquiries about the campground and recreational activities in the area. The store has an ice cream bar, beverage / snacks and camping supplies for which you will use an IOS point-of-sale app. You will handle both cash and credit card transactions and conduct an end-of-day reconciliation. You will be expected to multi-task in this busy environment all the while being welcoming and genuine in your guest interactions. When time permits, light housekeeping duties will be required to provide a welcoming and sanitary environment. The other individual will be primarily assigned to maintenance duties. This is a physically demanding position requiring walking, overhead lifting, carrying weights up to 40 lbs, reaching high / low, pulling / pushing, and climbing ladders. You can expect to rake, sweep, paint, wash, cut grass and trim branches, repair broken items, lift / carry supplies, move picnic tables and fire pits, collecting and sorting recycling, among other activities. You can expect to clean toilets, showers, sinks and mirrors, wash floors, pick up trash and recycling, rake sites, and empty fire pits. Some of these tasks are done several times per shift. You can expect to carry bundles of firewood, and during a fire ban lifting and carrying 20 lb propane tanks and gas fire pits. Should the need arise, you may have to direct incoming campers in their vehicles / trailers to assist office staff on Fridays of long weekends. The policy adherence aspect of the position will require night patrols after the 10 PM quiet hour to ensure guests are being respectful to their neighbours. Either individual or both can do this walking patrol which is typically 30-45 minutes in length or until confident that campers will not be disruptive. During high season such patrols are nightly however, during low season the patrols are typically required only on Friday and Saturday nights. The other policy adherence aspects are being vigilant to ensuring guests are not damaging property or the natural environment. This is a shared responsibility of all campground staff. There are two “seasons” to a campground, low and high. Low season is May 1st to June 15th then Labour Day to Thanksgiving Day at which time maintenance is the priority in order to either prepare for high season occupancy or to prepare for campground closure. High season is when children begin summer break and serving our guests during full occupancy is the priority. Maintenance projects are only those essential to the guest experience such as landscaping and repairing property. Any other job requirements? You must have your own self-contained RV unit, no longer than 34 feet. The ability to drive a standard shift vehicle is an asset. All employees must hold a valid driver’s license from your home jurisdiction. A uniform shirt / jacket is provided and you will be required to have appropriate footwear and pants / shorts, work gloves and flashlight. Each couple should have their own cell phone / smartphone. How many hours does this entail? How much does it pay? A full-serviced (30A electricity, water and sewer) site is provided in exchange for 30 hours of work per couple per week. Additional hours are paid at a rate of $15.00 - $ 18.00 hourly per person up to a maximum of 40 hours per week in total per person. A provincially mandated 6% vacation pay is included in this hourly rate. Typical weekly hours will be 30-36 per person during high season. Couples will work similar hours and will be provided the same two days off each week. The campground’s office / store hours are 9 AM to 9 PM during high season and low season hours are 9 AM to 8 PM Sunday to Thursday and 9 AM to 9 PM Fridays and Saturdays. Flexibility in the shift schedule to accommodate personal needs are considered on an individual basis. Laundry facilities for staff only are available on site. Can I bring my pet? Yes, we’re a dog friendly campground however, they must be leashed and not barkers. Have questions? Want to apply? Ready to start working at a great summer job in beautiful British Columbia? Send your resumé and any further inquiries via email to campjob2018@icloud.com 

2018 Season – Apply Now at Shuswap Falls RV Club as Camp Hosts In British Columbia Canada

Discovery, Play & Work on the Shuswap River near Enderby, BC Canada Seeking energetic, self-motivated Camp Host Couple for 2 consecutive days per week from mid-April to mid-October 2018, in exchange for a fully serviced RV Lot which includes water, sewer & power (must have own RV). Enjoy all the amenities that abound nearby: fishing, golfing, boating, kayaking and hiking and vast mountain ranges. Preference will be given to an experienced Camp Host couple. Check us out at:  www.shuswapfallsrvresort.com  Contact:  sfrvc@telus.net  or 250-838-6100

Caliente Lakeside Resort Is Seeking A Seasonal Property Manager at Kamloops Lake In BC, Canada

The Strata Ownership group at Caliente Lakeside Resort (www.calientekamloopslake.com ) is seeking a seasonal Property Manager to live on site April thru October (exact start and finish dates are negotiable). Couples are encouraged. The ideal candidate(s) will have high mechanical aptitude, strong problem solving skills and lots of energy for both physical work and group communication. The candidate(s) also must have a trailer/RV for accommodation. An RV site with a treated water hook-up and a Sani-Drop will be provided at ‘No Charge’. The resort functions 100% on solar power so any electrical requirements would have to be delivered via renewable energy. We have a knowledgeable group that would help with sourcing and installing appropriate equipment. The actual contract details will be tailored to best balance the needs/wants of the Strata and the capabilities of the individual(s) but it will include: Management and Maintenance of the Water Treatment System General Security (including high number of days on site during the season) Modest amount of Landscaping, Weeding and Tree Watering Monitoring of Bylaw and Rules compliance Managing the Fire Protection System (test equipment and keep fire tank full) Minor Maintenance for the Cabins and Marina Some expenses will be covered and most tools will be supplied. The Strata Council will review proposals and will entertain a small monthly compensation if the negotiated job description warrants it. Expressions of interest and resumes can be sent to calienteresort@shaw.ca .

Apply Now For The 2018 Season At Columbia River Wetlands RV Park, Golden BC

Located 20 km South of Golden BC on Highway 95. We are currently accepting applications for the 2018 season.  Requires couple with Self-contained RV: Motorhomes must have commuter vehicle Approx 20 hrs per week, hours will vary from spring to fall Duties include: lawn and garden maint., flower and shrub bed maint., Water lawns and flower gardens, pruning, trail maint. Must enjoy working with people Availability April 1 or so, until mid to late October Renumeration: Free 50 amp RV Lot Free utilities Free access to Columbia River Wetlands RV Park for your canoe, kayak or small boat For hours worked in excess of 20 hours/week, $15/hour (very minimal extra hours) CRW RV Park is located in the Rocky Mountain Trench, with the Rugged Rocky Mountains on one side of the valley and the Purcell Mountains on the other. The Columbia River runs through our property allowing for River Access. The valley is famous for its golf courses, hot springs, bird watching, hiking, fishing, hunting, skiing, white water rafting, and the list goes on and on. Check us out at: www.columbiariverwetlandsrvpark.ca  Apply by email to: native@uniserve.com    Attn: Karen

Buckley Campground Is Looking For Camp Host At The Pend d' Oreille Rec Area In Trail BC Canada

We are looking for hard working self-motivated person(s) to perform the duty of a camp host at the Pend d' Oreille Recreation Area located 22 km Southeast of Trail, BC. Main duties will be registering overnight campers, ensuring campers abide by campsite rules to ensure safety to the public and maintaining the facility, such as lawn cutting, garbage collection, providing firewood to overnight campers, etc. Must have personal trailer or camper as this job requires a permanent residence by the camp host from May 1 to September 31. This is a Non-serviced campground . Having the ability to address situations with a calm, respectful approach is essential. If interested please send resume to summerland0199@outlook.com 

Harrison River RV and Campground Is Needing A Camp Host ASAP In Harrison Mills, British Columbia

Harrison River RV is looking to fill a Part time Host position starting immediately. The position currently is seasonal but could become long term. The Host(s) would be required to answer phones, register guests, some maintenance. Computer skills are required and handyman experience is an asset. This is a non-paid position and hosts are asked to perform a minimum of 20 volunteer hours per week and in exchange are given a complimentary campsite with free services for the duration of their stay. Volunteer hosts must provide their own RV. Send email to harrisonriver@hotmail.ca for more information. Visit our website at www.harrisonriverrv.com

Camp Hosts Wanted For Chilliwack River Valley Campgrounds In BC, Canada

A great job for snowbirds and or a retired couple as campground host in the beautiful Chilliwack River Valley. Job starts Easter weekend but could be postponed for a week or two if need be. Job continues up to and including Thanksgiving weekend(Canadian). Duties include, collecting fees and issuing receipts, campground clean-up and maintenance. Must have own RV, generator, ATV would be an asset. This is considered dry camping, wifi could possibly be provided. Must pass a criminal records check. Must have good personal skills and be able to deal with the public. Wages to be discussed. Spend the summer in beautiful old growth forest on the banks of the pristine Chilliwack River. Play and work at the same time! For more information send email to wfurness@telus.net Visit our website at Chilliwack River Valley Campgrounds

Soda Creek Indian Band is looking for a Campsite Operator for Whispering Willows Campsite in BC Canada

The Campsite provides multiple business opportunities in a great location on Highway 97 north of Williams Lake. Current assets include 6 sites with power and water, 12 unserviced sites, recently updated showers and washroom facilities, firewood shed, log building, horse pen. We are just completing upgrades which will include 8 new fully serviced sites (power/water/sewer). We are looking for an individual/ family who: is willing to stay on site in their own RV act as the contact person for customers at Whispering Willows Campsite keep the washrooms and showers clean do minor repairs on site as needed and report any issues or other repairs needed Free rent is offered in return, other opportunities/ revenue sharing will be discussed on an individual basis. For questions or to submit your proposal please contact Miriam Schilling: 3405 Mountain House Road, Williams Lake BC V2G 5L5 250-989-2311, m.schilling@xatsull.com

West Kootenay Park Management Inc Has a Couple of Volunteer Park Host Positions in  BC, Canada

A non paid position assisting our BC Parks' staff team to enhance the enjoyment for our visiting public. You are an integrate team member helping welcoming visitors, providing park and tourism information, and selling firewood. Both parks are located near Revelstoke BC surrounded by the Columbia Mountains on the Columbia River system. These campgrounds are beautifully maintained and we deliver on a high standard of maintenance and customer service. Must be available 5 hrs per day 3-8 PM daily and overnight in the park. We prefer a one month commitment rather than shorter term availability. Blanket Creek Provincial Park - June 26 to July 30 or Aug 17-31 Martha Creek Provincial Park - July 29 to August 31. Host sites at these parks have sewer & water but no power. Reply to us by going to: www.westkootenayparks.com and selection EMPLOYMENT. Give us your contact information and details. Check out photos of these parks. Nothing compares!!

The Outpost at Winter Harbour is Looking for Camp Hosts and Marina/Store Attendants in  BC

Job Duties: Camp Host, Housekeeper, Maintenance, Office Help, Manager or Assistant, Retail, General Labor Compensation: FHU and Salary We are seeking to fill a number of positions at the Outpost at Winter Harbour. This is a remote community on the west coast of Vancouver Island. Sports Fishing is BIG here - salmon, halibut, lingcod, red snapper. Lots of great hikes, amazing beaches, abundant wildlife, and few people. Winter Harbour has fewer than a dozen permanent residents, and summertime the population swells to about 300. Most people come to Winter Harbour for the fishing. There is only one general store here (ours!) and no restaurants. If you're looking for a summertime experience, meeting people from all over North America & the world, in a quiet but spectacular setting, come to Winter Harbour! We offer free camping plus pay for a couple or individual who want to work. Positions include: Camp hosts - full time for July & August. includes 3-4 hours/day of work in the campground, plus 4-5 hours/day at the general store or cleaning suites. Fuel Dock Attendant - full time for June, July & August, possibly part time into September. Full time General Store Manager - full time for June, July & August... could go into early September too. Typically everyone gets one day off each week, and it's a good team atmosphere where we all pitch in to help. Duties may include checking in campers, taking garbage bins to transfer station, minor repairs, operating the fuel dock (great fish stories told here!), operating the general store, ordering, cleaning suites (incl changing bunk beds), cleaning washhouse and campsites, check-in lodging guests. Campsite is provided with full hookups. WiFi and telephone is available. We love having people who can come back each year so this could be a regular summer position for you! We are a fun easy-going group who enjoy the outdoors, family, and fishing. We are also interested in someone who could stay for the winter if it's a good fit. See website for contact information. http://www.winterharbour.ca

Harrison Spring Camping & RV Park Is Seeking A Work Camper In Harrison Hot Springs BC, Canada

We are seeking a work camping couple or single to assist with all aspects of day to day operations of a gated full service family RV Park & Campground in Harrison Hot Springs. We require 24 hours per week, any additional hours will paid $$. In trade of FHU space, laundry allowance, etc. Job Duties: Office help includes reservations, checking in guests, collecting fees, answering phones, cleaning washrooms, security, grounds keeper, light maintenance, general labor. Hours may be flexible depending on the month ,one must be in good physical shape. We also may require you to stay after October when season is closed. Please e-mail jaja@harrisonsprings.com or call 604-796-8900 and leave a message. Our website: www.harrisonsprings.com
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Campground Staff Couples Wanted For

The Summer Of 2018 At Paradise Valley

Campground In British Columbia Canada

What type of individuals are we looking for? Do you take pride and satisfaction in doing your best at no matter what you do? Do you enjoy bringing a smile to others when you are of service to them? Are cleaning toilets not a big deal to you? Are you energetic and prefer to be on the move rather than to sit watching time pass? Do you want to experience living, working and playing in an outdoor paradise? If you answered yes (be honest with yourself) to these questions then we’re looking for you, otherwise you need not apply. If you're the type who needs someone telling them what to do next, you're probably not well suited to this type of job as self-initiative is an essential trait being sought. Those looking for somewhere to “park their RV” need not apply, this is a job posting. You need to be Jacks and Jills of all trades, handy at typical household type4chores, types of repair and maintenance tasks. You also bring a strong work ethic and a sense of responsibility in committing to be part of a team of several couples who enjoy being outdoors and helping others pursue a memorable camping experience. What type of job is it? Where is it? This is not a “host” job. This is a near full time position for 4 months, May 1st through to the Labour Day weekend with the potential to extend to the Thanksgiving weekend. Camping experience is essential and prior experience working in a campground is much preferred. We’re looking for physically fit couples to work in an 80+ site rustic campground in beautiful Squamish, BC, also known as the Outdoor Recreation Capital of Canada. If you enjoy biking, hiking, climbing, kayaking, canoeing, photography, white water rafting, among other outdoor pursuits then Squamish is where you want to be. The campground is consistently rated at 4.5/5 stars on Google and TripAdvisor and is a family oriented campground with a non-amplified music policy. You need to be able to legally work in Canada. We are 45 minutes south of Whistler and 50 minutes north of Vancouver. It is not uncommon to observe bear, cougar, and coyote in the vicinity or on-site at times during the season so, be sure that you have a comfort level with wildlife contact. What does the position entail? There are three aspects to the running a campground; maintenance, guest services, and policy adherence. As a couple, one will be focused on guest services working in the office / store where duties include guest registration and reservations using a web-based system on a Windows 10 computer. Answering in-person and phone inquiries about the campground and recreational activities in the area. The store has an ice cream bar, beverage / snacks and camping supplies for which you will use an IOS point-of- sale app. You will handle both cash and credit card transactions and conduct an end-of-day reconciliation. You will be expected to multi-task in this busy environment all the while being welcoming and genuine in your guest interactions. When time permits, light housekeeping duties will be required to provide a welcoming and sanitary environment. The other individual will be primarily assigned to maintenance duties. This is a physically demanding position requiring walking, overhead lifting, carrying weights up to 40 lbs, reaching high / low, pulling / pushing, and climbing ladders. You can expect to rake, sweep, paint, wash, cut grass and trim branches, repair broken items, lift / carry supplies, move picnic tables and fire pits, collecting and sorting recycling, among other activities. You can expect to clean toilets, showers, sinks and mirrors, wash floors, pick up trash and recycling, rake sites, and empty fire pits. Some of these tasks are done several times per shift. You can expect to carry bundles of firewood, and during a fire ban lifting and carrying 20 lb propane tanks and gas fire pits. Should the need arise, you may have to direct incoming campers in their vehicles / trailers to assist office staff on Fridays of long weekends. The policy adherence aspect of the position will require night patrols after the 10 PM quiet hour to ensure guests are being respectful to their neighbours. Either individual or both can do this walking patrol which is typically 30-45 minutes in length or until confident that campers will not be disruptive. During high season such patrols are nightly however, during low season the patrols are typically required only on Friday and Saturday nights. The other policy adherence aspects are being vigilant to ensuring guests are not damaging property or the natural environment. This is a shared responsibility of all campground staff. There are two “seasons” to a campground, low and high. Low season is May 1st to June 15th then Labour Day to Thanksgiving Day at which time maintenance is the priority in order to either prepare for high season occupancy or to prepare for campground closure. High season is when children begin summer break and serving our guests during full occupancy is the priority. Maintenance projects are only those essential to the guest experience such as landscaping and repairing property. Any other job requirements? You must have your own self-contained RV unit, no longer than 34 feet. The ability to drive a standard shift vehicle is an asset. All employees must hold a valid driver’s license from your home jurisdiction. A uniform shirt / jacket is provided and you will be required to have appropriate footwear and pants / shorts, work gloves and flashlight. Each couple should have their own cell phone / smartphone. How many hours does this entail? How much does it pay? A full-serviced (30A electricity, water and sewer) site is provided in exchange for 30 hours of work per couple per week. Additional hours are paid at a rate of $15.00 - $ 18.00 hourly per person up to a maximum of 40 hours per week in total per person. A provincially mandated 6% vacation pay is included in this hourly rate. Typical weekly hours will be 30-36 per person during high season. Couples will work similar hours and will be provided the same two days off each week. The campground’s office / store hours are 9 AM to 9 PM during high season and low season hours are 9 AM to 8 PM Sunday to Thursday and 9 AM to 9 PM Fridays and Saturdays. Flexibility in the shift schedule to accommodate personal needs are considered on an individual basis. Laundry facilities for staff only are available on site. Can I bring my pet? Yes, we’re a dog friendly campground however, they must be leashed and not barkers. Have questions? Want to apply? Ready to start working at a great summer job in beautiful British Columbia? Send your resumé and any further inquiries via email to campjob2018@icloud.com 

2018 Season – Apply Now at Shuswap Falls RV Club as

Camp Hosts In British Columbia Canada

Discovery, Play & Work on the Shuswap River near Enderby, BC Canada Seeking energetic, self-motivated Camp Host Couple for 2 consecutive days per week from mid- April to mid-October 2018, in exchange for a fully serviced RV Lot which includes water, sewer & power (must have own RV). Enjoy all the amenities that abound nearby: fishing, golfing, boating, kayaking and hiking and vast mountain ranges. Preference will be given to an experienced Camp Host couple. Check us out at:  www.shuswapfallsrvresort.com  Contact:  sfrvc@telus.net  or 250-838-6100

Caliente Lakeside Resort Is Seeking A Seasonal Property

Manager at Kamloops Lake In BC, Canada

The Strata Ownership group at Caliente Lakeside Resort (www.calientekamloopslake.com ) is seeking a seasonal Property Manager to live on site April thru October (exact start and finish dates are negotiable). Couples are encouraged. The ideal candidate(s) will have high mechanical aptitude, strong problem solving skills and lots of energy for both physical work and group communication. The candidate(s) also must have a trailer/RV for accommodation. An RV site with a treated water hook-up and a Sani-Drop will be provided at ‘No Charge’. The resort functions 100% on solar power so any electrical requirements would have to be delivered via renewable energy. We have a knowledgeable group that would help with sourcing and installing appropriate equipment. The actual contract details will be tailored to best balance the needs/wants of the Strata and the capabilities of the individual(s) but it will include: Management and Maintenance of the Water Treatment System General Security (including high number of days on site during the season) Modest amount of Landscaping, Weeding and Tree Watering Monitoring of Bylaw and Rules compliance Managing the Fire Protection System (test equipment and keep fire tank full) Minor Maintenance for the Cabins and Marina Some expenses will be covered and most tools will be supplied. The Strata Council will review proposals and will entertain a small monthly compensation if the negotiated job description warrants it. Expressions of interest and resumes can be sent to calienteresort@shaw.ca .

Apply Now For The 2018 Season At Columbia River Wetlands

RV Park, Golden BC

Located 20 km South of Golden BC on Highway 95. We are currently accepting applications for the 2018 season.  Requires couple with Self-contained RV: Motorhomes must have commuter vehicle Approx 20 hrs per week, hours will vary from spring to fall Duties include: lawn and garden maint., flower and shrub bed maint., Water lawns and flower gardens, pruning, trail maint. Must enjoy working with people Availability April 1 or so, until mid to late October Renumeration: Free 50 amp RV Lot Free utilities Free access to Columbia River Wetlands RV Park for your canoe, kayak or small boat For hours worked in excess of 20 hours/week, $15/hour (very minimal extra hours) CRW RV Park is located in the Rocky Mountain Trench, with the Rugged Rocky Mountains on one side of the valley and the Purcell Mountains on the other. The Columbia River runs through our property allowing for River Access. The valley is famous for its golf courses, hot springs, bird watching, hiking, fishing, hunting, skiing, white water rafting, and the list goes on and on. Check us out at: www.columbiariverwetlandsrvpark.ca  Apply by email to: native@uniserve.com    Attn: Karen

Buckley Campground Is Looking For Camp Host At The

Pend d' Oreille Rec Area In Trail BC Canada

We are looking for hard working self-motivated person(s) to perform the duty of a camp host at the Pend d' Oreille Recreation Area located 22 km Southeast of Trail, BC. Main duties will be registering overnight campers, ensuring campers abide by campsite rules to ensure safety to the public and maintaining the facility, such as lawn cutting, garbage collection, providing firewood to overnight campers, etc. Must have personal trailer or camper as this job requires a permanent residence by the camp host from May 1 to September 31. This is a Non- serviced campground . Having the ability to address situations with a calm, respectful approach is essential. If interested please send resume to summerland0199@outlook.com 

Harrison River RV and Campground Is Needing A Camp Host

ASAP In Harrison Mills, British Columbia

Harrison River RV is looking to fill a Part time Host position starting immediately. The position currently is seasonal but could become long term. The Host(s) would be required to answer phones, register guests, some maintenance. Computer skills are required and handyman experience is an asset. This is a non-paid position and hosts are asked to perform a minimum of 20 volunteer hours per week and in exchange are given a complimentary campsite with free services for the duration of their stay. Volunteer hosts must provide their own RV. Send email to harrisonriver@hotmail.ca for more information. Visit our website at www.harrisonriverrv.com

Camp Hosts Wanted For Chilliwack River Valley

Campgrounds In BC, Canada

A great job for snowbirds and or a retired couple as campground host in the beautiful Chilliwack River Valley. Job starts Easter weekend but could be postponed for a week or two if need be. Job continues up to and including Thanksgiving weekend(Canadian). Duties include, collecting fees and issuing receipts, campground clean-up and maintenance. Must have own RV, generator, ATV would be an asset. This is considered dry camping, wifi could possibly be provided. Must pass a criminal records check. Must have good personal skills and be able to deal with the public. Wages to be discussed. Spend the summer in beautiful old growth forest on the banks of the pristine Chilliwack River. Play and work at the same time! For more information send email to wfurness@telus.net Visit our website at Chilliwack River Valley Campgrounds

Soda Creek Indian Band is looking for a Campsite Operator

for Whispering Willows Campsite in BC Canada

The Campsite provides multiple business opportunities in a great location on Highway 97 north of Williams Lake. Current assets include 6 sites with power and water, 12 unserviced sites, recently updated showers and washroom facilities, firewood shed, log building, horse pen. We are just completing upgrades which will include 8 new fully serviced sites (power/water/sewer). We are looking for an individual/ family who: is willing to stay on site in their own RV act as the contact person for customers at Whispering Willows Campsite keep the washrooms and showers clean do minor repairs on site as needed and report any issues or other repairs needed Free rent is offered in return, other opportunities/ revenue sharing will be discussed on an individual basis. For questions or to submit your proposal please contact Miriam Schilling: 3405 Mountain House Road, Williams Lake BC V2G 5L5 250-989-2311, m.schilling@xatsull.com

West Kootenay Park Management Inc Has a Couple of

Volunteer Park Host Positions in  BC, Canada

A non paid position assisting our BC Parks' staff team to enhance the enjoyment for our visiting public. You are an integrate team member helping welcoming visitors, providing park and tourism information, and selling firewood. Both parks are located near Revelstoke BC surrounded by the Columbia Mountains on the Columbia River system. These campgrounds are beautifully maintained and we deliver on a high standard of maintenance and customer service. Must be available 5 hrs per day 3-8 PM daily and overnight in the park. We prefer a one month commitment rather than shorter term availability. Blanket Creek Provincial Park - June 26 to July 30 or Aug 17-31 Martha Creek Provincial Park - July 29 to August 31. Host sites at these parks have sewer & water but no power. Reply to us by going to: www.westkootenayparks.com and selection EMPLOYMENT. Give us your contact information and details. Check out photos of these parks. Nothing compares!!

The Outpost at Winter Harbour is Looking for Camp Hosts

and Marina/Store Attendants in  BC

Job Duties: Camp Host, Housekeeper, Maintenance, Office Help, Manager or Assistant, Retail, General Labor Compensation: FHU and Salary We are seeking to fill a number of positions at the Outpost at Winter Harbour. This is a remote community on the west coast of Vancouver Island. Sports Fishing is BIG here - salmon, halibut, lingcod, red snapper. Lots of great hikes, amazing beaches, abundant wildlife, and few people. Winter Harbour has fewer than a dozen permanent residents, and summertime the population swells to about 300. Most people come to Winter Harbour for the fishing. There is only one general store here (ours!) and no restaurants. If you're looking for a summertime experience, meeting people from all over North America & the world, in a quiet but spectacular setting, come to Winter Harbour! We offer free camping plus pay for a couple or individual who want to work. Positions include: Camp hosts - full time for July & August. includes 3-4 hours/day of work in the campground, plus 4-5 hours/day at the general store or cleaning suites. Fuel Dock Attendant - full time for June, July & August, possibly part time into September. Full time General Store Manager - full time for June, July & August... could go into early September too. Typically everyone gets one day off each week, and it's a good team atmosphere where we all pitch in to help. Duties may include checking in campers, taking garbage bins to transfer station, minor repairs, operating the fuel dock (great fish stories told here!), operating the general store, ordering, cleaning suites (incl changing bunk beds), cleaning washhouse and campsites, check-in lodging guests. Campsite is provided with full hookups. WiFi and telephone is available. We love having people who can come back each year so this could be a regular summer position for you! We are a fun easy-going group who enjoy the outdoors, family, and fishing. We are also interested in someone who could stay for the winter if it's a good fit. See website for contact information. http://www.winterharbour.ca

Harrison Spring Camping & RV Park Is Seeking A Work

Camper In Harrison Hot Springs BC, Canada

We are seeking a work camping couple or single to assist with all aspects of day to day operations of a gated full service family RV Park & Campground in Harrison Hot Springs. We require 24 hours per week, any additional hours will paid $$. In trade of FHU space, laundry allowance, etc. Job Duties: Office help includes reservations, checking in guests, collecting fees, answering phones, cleaning washrooms, security, grounds keeper, light maintenance, general labor. Hours may be flexible depending on the month ,one must be in good physical shape. We also may require you to stay after October when season is closed. Please e-mail jaja@harrisonsprings.com or call 604-796-8900 and leave a message. Our website: www.harrisonsprings.com
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