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Astoria/Warrenton/Seaside KOA Resort Is Looking For A Spring and Summer

2021 Seasonal Activities Work Camper In Oregon

Astoria/Warrenton/Seaside KOA Resort 1100 NW Ridge Road |Hammond, OR 97103 503-861-2606 Office | 503-861-3209 Fax E-Mail: jpierce@racpack.com Website: www.astoriakoa.com 2021 Activities Season Job Duties Activities good with children great customer service game playing willing to work outdoors in all weather conditions computer use cash handling experience Perform all other duties assigned bending and lifting 20 lbs standing on ladders basic business support o micro-trash o site presentation o patrol property o interact with customers Required abilities food handler’s card working knowledge of computers willingness to work outside in all weather conditions able to stand for long periods of time reliable and dependable working knowledge of rv’s and the camping environment ability to take direction Ability to be flexible to changing work environment Be positive

Astoria/Warrenton/Seaside KOA Resort Is Looking For A Spring and Summer

2021 Seasonal Maintenance Work Camper In Oregon

Astoria/Warrenton/Seaside KOA Resort 1100 NW Ridge Road |Hammond, OR 97103 503-861-2606 Office | 503-861-3209 Fax E-Mail: jpierce@racpack.com Website: www.astoriakoa.com 2021 Maintenance Season Job Duties Maintenance Perform basic carpentry, electrical and plumbing repairs, and maintenance to campground buildings, facilities, equipment and grounds as directed by the Maintenance Manager or Supervisor. Provide Maintenance/Repairs/Security for a resort atmosphere. Provide high standards of service to campers and guests. Provide excellent and friendly guest service by being attentive, responsive and helpful to all guests needs. Greet the guests at every opportunity by demonstrating a friendly welcome and professional demeanor. Present a positive impression with a well-groomed appearance, smiles and proper KOA uniform and name tag. Implement daily, weekly and monthly maintenance and cleaning programs as outlined by the immediate supervisor. Examples include, but are not limited to these areas; pool/spa, lawn mowing, weed eating, landscaping, cleaning of buildings, garbage pick-up, propane pumping, game machine, laundry servicing and various other campground equipment. Comply with all federal and state safety programs by adhering to established guidelines in the operation and storage of various equipment, tools, and chemicals, ensuring your safety, as well as that of fellow staff and campground guests. Report all customer problems, requests or complaints to the manager or supervisor and follow- up to resolve the issue if possible. Maintain safe campground systems, equipment and facilities, including pool, hook-ups, etc. Use safe work practices to avoid accidents of both guests and team members. Must be able to lift up to 50lbs. Must be able to safely operate various maintenance tools and equipment. Perform all other duties assigned by the manager or supervisor. Cleaning and sanitizing of all equipment, vehicles, buildings and sites. Perform all other duties assigned. Must have a current valid Driver’s License. Required abilities Knowledge/experience of electrical and plumbing equipment and installation. Knowledge/experience of pool operations (CPO certification may be required). Knowledge/experience of safe handling and usage of chemical properties. Knowledge/experience of propane and gasoline dispensing. A keen eye for detail and excellent time management skills. Ability to work long and flexible hours and able to stand for long periods of time. Excellent troubleshooting, problem solving, decision making and communication skills. Ability to be flexible to changing work environment Available to work all shifts including weekends and holidays Respond to guest criticism and comments in a positive approach.

Experienced Campground Host Couple Needed At Union Creek Campground In

Southern Oregon $$

Union Creek Campground is a large campground in a busy area of Southern Oregon. Must have host experience and excellent customer service skills. Must have own RV. Paid position. Begins Mid May – Oct 3rd Please send resume to: alisa.acosta@aracosta.com

The Benton County Natural Areas, Parks & Events Department Is Looking For A

Camp Host (Individual or Couple) To Oversee Salmonberry Campground And

Alsea Guard Station In Oregon $$

This is a seasonal position from May 1st through November 1st. Salmonberry Campground is located off of Hwy 34, on the Alsea River, 32 miles west of Corvallis, Oregon. The Campground and Guard Station are just a 40-minute drive to the coast and the work schedule is flexible during the week. At the campground there are 28 total campsites (13 with electrical RV-hookups), 1 cabin, 1 yurt, flush toilets, and pay showers. The Alsesa Guard Station is just 5 ½ miles northeast of the campground. It is a 2- bedroom, 1 ½ bath house that sleeps 7 people. For more information see the Benton County, Oregon, website: https://www.co.benton.or.us/parks/page/salmonberry-campground-closed- season Duties Include (but are not limited to): Greet campers and offer assistance to arriving guests. Monitor guest activities to ensure compliance with park policies and contact violators to inform them of infractions and needed corrective action. Other host duties include cleaning of restrooms and overnight facilities, keeping campsites tidy, and providing excellent customer service. Eligibility: Applicants must be 18 years of age or older with the ability to work nights and weekends as needed. Must have an RV with the ability to live on-site. Strong customer relation skills required. Both the Campground and Guard Station are set up on an online reservation system, so computer experience is preferred. Rate of Pay: Hosts have a free site, water, electricity, sewer, local phone, internet, laundry facilities, and will be paid a monthly stipend. Application Deadline:Application Review will begin Immediately; Open Until Filled How to Apply: 1. Complete the Camp Host Application on www.bceventcentercorvallis.net under “About” and “Jobs/Internships” 2. Submit your application to Lynne McKee at Fairgrounds Manager, at Lynne.McKee@co.benton.or.us , mail the application to 110 SW 53rd Street, Corvallis, OR 97333, or drop off at our office during business hours Monday - Friday, 8:00 - 11:30 am or 12:30 - 5:00 pm 3. If selected, you will be notified via phone or email and invited for a virtual interview. For more information: Benton County Natural Areas, Parks and Events Lynne McKee, Director Tel: 541-766-6090 Lynne.Mckee@co.benton.or.us

Crystal Crane Hot Springs Is Looking For A Long Term Third Camp Host In

Oregon $$

Does our hot spring oasis make you never want to leave? Well then, why not stay? We are currently looking for a third camp host at our desert hot spring oasis in Eastern Oregon (about 25 minutes from Burns) to patrol the grounds from 9pm-6am. This is a paid salary position (a couple may stay together on the grounds, but only one person will be employed). Responsibilities include: Patrolling the grounds Ensuring the safety and comfort of our guests Adjusting the water temperature of our outdoor pond Assisting overnight guests as needed Tending to minor maintenance items during the the evening hours Our ideal candidate would: Work 4 days/week Has their own RV (we will supply hookups for water/sewer/power) Enjoys meeting and conversing with patrons from around the globe If you dream of brisk mornings with a simple cup of Joe overlooking the desert sunrise, and nights filled with star-filled skies and distant coyote calls, don't hesitate to apply with us today. We know our perfect hot spring soaking, worldly and informative camp host is out there and we can't wait for you to join our team. Feel free to visit our website at www.cranehotsprings.com To apply, please send a resume or personal profile to debbie.kryger@gmail.com Position is year round. Currently looking for Spring/Summer camp host.

Lone Mountain RV Park & Tipi Campground Is Looking For Friendly Couple To

Begin April 1, 2021 In O'Brien, Oregon $$

We are just a short drive away from the Oregon coast and we are close to major cities such as Grants Pass, Crescent City, Medford, and Ashland. We are looking for a dedicated, hardworking, friendly couple to join our family-owned business that continues to grow each year. We need part-time help beginning April 1, 2021 to help with housekeeping, restrooms, yard and park maintenance, reservations and all other general RV park activities as directed by the park managers. Strong computer skills and park maintenance skills are required. Compensation is an RV site with full hookup, cable, WiFi, and laundry. A monthly stipend of $250 will be exchanged for 24 hours of work per couple per week. Email resume along with pictures of your RV to: lonemountainrvresort@gmail.com . Check out our website: www.lonemountainrv.com for more information on our campground or visit our Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/lonemountainrvresort/

Lane County Parks Needs Paid Campground Caretaker Individual Or Couple On

Dorena Lake Outside Eugene, Oregon $$

Baker Bay Campground is located 8 miles outside Cottage Grove, Oregon on the Dorena Reservoir. Lane County Parks is seeking an individual or couple to serve as the Campground Caretaker. Caretakers are paid to live in the campground full-time and oversee day to day operations of the campground. Caretakers are responsible for maintaining a personal residence on site (recreational vehicle, travel trailer, etc.). Full time, 24 hour site presence is mandatory. Caretakers are responsible for site management of the campground and marina, reservations and sales, general maintenance and representing Lane County Parks. This position is contracted with Lane County Parks and is not a direct employment. Location: Baker Bay Campground and Marina Compensation: $2,200 / month Term: Open To apply visit https://bit.ly/3htn87l and return a completed application.

Josephine County Parks Has Immediate Park Host Openings in Southern

Oregon

We have immediate Park Host openings at our Josephine County Parks in Southern Oregon! This is a volunteer position for singles, couples or teams. Park Hosts live in the park and the Parks Department provides a Full Hook-Up Site, which includes paid electric, water, sewer and trash service. Duties include managing reservations, helping campers, wood and ice sales, emptying garbage cans, general grounds keeping including raking, weed eating and blowing leaves, cleaning fire pits and bathrooms/showers. Park Hosts are on duty for 5 consecutive days per week and must be present in the park on those days. Hosts MUST have their own RV and bring with them excellent customer service skills. Candidates must pass a national background check and provide references. Please contact us by phone at 541-474-5285 or online at www.josephinecountyparks.com.

Portland General Electric Is Looking For Associate Parks Technician For

Multiple Sites In Oregon $$

This is an exciting time to join Portland General Electric. As Oregon’s largest electric utility, Portland General Electric is leading an energy transformation that will harness the power of clean and renewable resources. Our vision for a clean energy future relies on three interrelated and overarching strategies: decarbonize through investing in clean and reliable energy; modernize through a smarter more resilient grid; and empower our customers in their energy technology choices. We’re searching for innovative, customer and results-obsessed leaders to help power our mission and lead the way in championing the world’s clean energy future! This is a temporary position that may last up to 6 months. Associate Parks Technician Pay to begin at $18.00 per hour based on experience. Key Responsibilities: Customer Service Responds to questions from guests. Provides information on park facilities. Communicates rules and policies. Supports emergency responders as needed. Maintenance Work and Vendor Management Under the guidance of other technicians, may perform maintenance tasks using tools and equipment, including renovating and repairing irrigation systems, upgrading water and septic systems, restoring landscaped areas and general maintenance. Assists with performing or overseeing enhancement and maintenance activities on project wildlife habitat lands, including noxious weed control, juniper thinning, fence repair/replacement and seeding. May perform janitorial duties. Processing Payments Processes, records and reconciles payments and reservations. Completes end-of-day cash reports. Escalates questions or problems. Program Administration Assists in program administration by gathering data (e.g., water monitoring) and reporting to other technicians. Installs and/or maintains signage to ensure public safety. Special Projects Assists with construction in accordance with plans and specifications. Education/Experience/Certifications: Education Requires high school diploma or successful completion of General Education Development (GED) test. Experience Typically two or fewer years of experience in parks, hospitality, resource management or other related field. Competencies (Knowledge, Skills, Abilities): Functional Competencies Basic knowledge of utility industry Basic knowledge of worksite and local recreational opportunities Basic knowledge of maintenance practices Basic skills in use of maintenance and landscaping power tools Basic skills in using computers and computer applications used in department Basic ability to read, interpret and apply policies, procedures and regulations Basic skills in collaboration Basic knowledge of requirements for documenting data and preparing written reports General Competencies Intermediate customer focus skills Basic analytical thinking skills Basic decision-making skills Basic interpersonal skills Basic problem-solving skills Basic diplomacy skills Basic influence skills Join us today and power your potential! PGE is committed to diversity and inclusion in the workplace and is an equal opportunity employer. PGE will not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment based on race, color, national origin, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, religion, disability, protected veteran status, or other characteristics protected by law. To be considered for this position, please complete the following employment application by the posting close date. Talent Acquisition Contact: Staffing@pgn.com APPLY by clicking here or go to www.portlandgeneral.com/careers

Crook County Parks and Recreation District Is Currently Seeking Applications

To Fill Hosting Positions At Ochoco Lake Campground In Prineville, Oregon For

The 2021 Season

We are interested in an individual or couple who love people and want to help out around the park. This position requires approximately 24-32 hours per week of your time, including weekends. There is a strong support staff to work with and the hosts are instrumental in the smooth operation of the park. AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY Maintenance: Check campground regularly and assure that the park is clean, safe and orderly. Pick up litter in and around the park. Clean out fire pits and BBQ’s. Clean and stock restrooms. Clean amenities such as: Laundry room, clubhouse, picnic shelters etc. Gardening; weeding and watering. Clean debris out of sites Clean up dog waste and stock bag dispensers. Mow lawns, line trim weeds. Report any damage of park facilities, buildings, and equipment. Administrative / Customer Service: Greet guests, answer their questions and ensure that they are in their appropriate spaces. Coordinate with office administration and obtain information concerning reservations in the park. Collects fees for miscellaneous sales such as firewood and ice. Check out departing guests and solicit customer evaluations. Fill out campground daily check sheet and turn into the office. REQUIREMENTS: Hosts must be at least 18 years old Pass a criminal background check Minimum commitment of 30 days and a maximum of 6 months Available to work 5 days a week flexible hours Own a self-contained RV Excellent customer service skills Ability to communicate effectively with all types of people Work cooperatively with staff and public Work independently within the established policies and procedures of the District BENEFITS: In exchange for volunteer service hours, CCPRD provides hosts: Full hook-up RV site with paid utilities during hosting assignment Free use of laundry facilities Free Wi-Fi Free training Free participation in certain classes and programs offered by CCPRD To apply please visit our website at ccprd.org under the Get Involved tab or email info@ccprd.org for more information.

Crook County Parks and Recreation District Is Currently Seeking Applications

To Fill Hosting Positions At The Crook County RV Park In Prineville, Oregon For

The 2021 Season

We are interested in an individual or couple who love people and want to help out around the park. This position requires approximately 24-32 hours per week of your time, including weekends. There is a strong support staff to work with and the hosts are instrumental in the smooth operation of the park. AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY Maintenance: Check campground regularly and assure that the park is clean, safe and orderly. Pick up litter in and around the park. Clean out fire pits and BBQ’s. Clean and stock restrooms. Clean amenities such as: Laundry room, clubhouse, picnic shelters etc. Gardening; weeding and watering. Clean debris out of sites Clean up dog waste and stock bag dispensers. Mow lawns, line trim weeds. Report any damage of park facilities, buildings, and equipment. Administrative / Customer Service: Greet guests, answer their questions and ensure that they are in their appropriate spaces. Coordinate with office administration and obtain information concerning reservations in the park. Collects fees for miscellaneous sales such as firewood and ice. Check out departing guests and solicits customer evaluations. Fill out campground daily check sheet and turn into the office. REQUIREMENTS: Hosts must be at least 18 years old Pass a criminal background check Minimum commitment of 30 days and a maximum of 6 months Available to work 5 days a week flexible hours Own a self-contained RV Excellent customer service skills Ability to communicate effectively with all types of people Work cooperatively with staff and public Work independently within the established policies and procedures of the District BENEFITS: In exchange for volunteer service hours, CCPRD provides hosts: Full hook-up RV site with paid utilities during hosting assignment Free use of laundry facilities Free Wi-Fi Free training Free participation in certain classes and programs offered by CCPRD To apply please visit our website at ccprd.org under the Get Involved tab or email info@ccprd.org for more information.

Douglas County Parks Has Multiple Campgrounds Looking For Park Hosts In

Oregon

Volunteering as a Park Host for Douglas County Parks in Oregon, provides a beautiful setting for a rewarding and memorable park host experience! You may enjoy our coastal parks by crabbing, fishing, riding ATVs in the Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area, or just walking on the beach. Or you can come to our inland parks and enjoy a variety of activities such as fishing on the Umpqua River, visiting waterfalls, touring wineries, etc. Volunteers play an essential role in helping us provide a quality outdoor recreation experience for our visitors. Park Hosts are often the first to meet and greet arriving guests and provide them with key information about the parks amenities and local recreational opportunities. What are the benefits of hosting? In exchange for volunteer service hours, parks provide hosts an RV site with paid utilities during the tenure of their host placement. Laundry facilities (on site or off site) Wi-Fi services on site. Meet people! Requirements Hosts must be at least 18 years old and are required to pass a criminal background check. Hosts must provide their own RV or camping unit; lodging cannot be provided. Host assignments typically require a minimum commitment of 30 days and a maximum of 6 months in one park. The duties that are required usually take no more than 25 hours a week. Hosts are expected to work 5 days a week with 2 days off. Hosts should enjoy working with the public, have the desire to accept new challenges, and possess the willingness to learn about Douglas County Parks. What are the duties of a host? All hosts provide excellent customer service to visitors and give information on park facilities, resources, park rules, and local attractions. Given the diversity of Douglas County Parks, varying in size, structure, and needs, additional host tasks vary from park to park. Duties include: litter collection, cleaning restroom facilities, cleaning campsites, cleaning cabins/yurts, light maintenance, reservation tags, and fee collection. How to apply? Please visit our website https://www.co.douglas.or.us/parks/volunteer.asp to find a copy of our Volunteer Park Host application and Criminal Background Check Release form. You will also find information on our beautiful campgrounds and parks. Please indicate on your application which parks you are interested in hosting at. We will contact you shortly after receiving your application.

Rogue-Siskiyou National Forest Is Looking For Campground Hosts, Field

Managers and Roving Hosts For 2021 Summer In Oregon

Must have own RV and customer service experience. Campgrounds located in Rogue-Siskiyou National Forest In Oregon Apply to: alisa.acosta@yellowstonevalleyinn.com Visit our website at www.roguerec.com

Newberry Caldera Zone Has 10 Campground Hosts Positions Open At Newberry

National Volcanic Monument In Oregon

Campgrounds are located at the higher elevation, in Newberry Caldera, and at the lower elevation, "Gateway" shortly after you enter the Monument. Campgrounds Season: Varies, mid-May – end of Sept and early October Service Dates: May 17 – End of Sept/early October. See below for details Number of Positions: 10 (Can be a couple or individual), also looking for back-up Hosts Newberry National Volcanic Monument Caldera and Gateway Campgrounds. Campground photos for each site can be found on recreation.gov : Cinder Hill Campground Host 1: Full amenity hookups, 30 amp site. End Date: Sept 27. (End of September) Cinder Hill Campground Host 2: Nearby water. No septic port. Use of the local dump site is available. End Date: Sept 7. East Lake Campground: Full amenity hook ups, 50 amp site. No cellular connectivity. End Date: Sept 27. Little Crater Campground 1: Full amenity hook ups, 50 amp site. Weak cellular connectivity. End Date: Sept 27. Little Crater Campground Host 2: a dry site, has access to water. Nearby CXT to dump black water. End Date: Sept 7. Paulina Lake Campground: Full amenity hook ups, 30 amp site. End Date: Sept 27 Paulina Lake Campground Host 2: Dry site with water, nearby dump station. Date: Sept 7. Part-time Roving Campground Host: Campground host to rove on a 2-3 day weekly basis for the season to help cover days off. AM and PM Support/Newberry Group Positions: FS Camp Hosts AM and PM Support will help manage the operations of Monument area campgrounds by providing outstanding customer service to campers. Each volunteer will be outfitted with a proper FS uniform with volunteer insignia to wear while on duty. AM/PM Support Campground Host will provide additional patrolling to the other campgrounds, outside of “home campground”, to check in with other campground hosts. Reimbursement is set per hosted site, not per person. AM Support work approximately 7-4 pm, PM Support works 4 - approximately 10 pm. Amount to be determined living expense reimbursement provided and is paid thru our partner organization Discover Your Forest (DYF). AM and PM Support End Date: Oct 27. Government driver’s license will be required for both AM & PM positions. Prairie Campground: Full amenity hook ups. 30 amp site. Good cellular connectivity. End Date Sept 27.This position also services the Ogden Group camp and McKay Crossing campground in the vicinity. These sites are the "Gateway" campground sites not up in the Caldera, but still a part of the Forest and Newberry National Volcanic Monument. A government drivers license is required for this position. These sites are at a lower elevation shortly when you turn off of Highway 97.    Description: Join the Forest Service team in the Newberry Caldera area to help manage the operations of beautiful campgrounds at a national treasure.  The Deschutes National Forest is seeking individuals motivated to provide outstanding customer service to campers at Newberry National Volcanic Monument. Tentative Work Schedule and reimbursement: Rotating 4 days on, 3 days off, 5 days on, 2 days off. Works split shift tentatively from 8:30 am. To 1:30 pm. and again from 5:30- 9:00 p.m. Small Expense Reimbursement available. Reimbursement is for position, regardless if the position is a couple or individual. Upon arrival, within the first two weeks, due to snow levels at higher elevations, you may be placed at the lower elevation gateway campground(s) until the snow is cleared. Extensive training will be provided. Job Duties: Visitor Services Uniformed host position primary duties include welcoming/orienting Monument visitors, and providing in-depth information on Monument sites. Cash handling and record keeping experience required. Willingness to assist with light routine maintenance and fee compliance. Campground Administration Welcome visitors and answer questions, manage on-site reservations system, confirm walk up visitor’s payments. Sells firewood under DYF accounting systems. Assist with envelope collections as needed. Refreshes restrooms after the FS staff does morning cleaning, also cleans up grounds. Assists with trash pick up, raking, recycling, and potentially becoming primary maintenance during low season. Interpretation Delivers minimum of one interpretive program, per week, in your specific campground. As time allows, supplemental duties may include opportunities for interpretation including guiding hikes, day and evening ranger talks, Jr. Forest Ranger activities, and roving interpretation. Individuals may be assigned special interpretive projects according to their skills and interests. Desired Skills: Must be able to perform required duties with minimal supervision after orientation, communicate effectively with diverse audiences, and present a consistently friendly and helpful attitude; Forest Service uniform will be provided and worn during working hours; knowledge of Forest Service history and Deschutes National Forest recreation geography and policies is helpful, but not required. Training and support will be provided for development of visitor services knowledge and interpretive programs. Housing: Couple or individual must be able to provide their own RV or travel trailer with its age being 2002 or newer. A photo of the RV may be requested prior to job offer. A paved or an aggregate surfaced RV pad is provided which includes water, septic, garbage, and electric service (except for Cinder Hill 2nd, Little Crater 2nd, and Paulina Lake 2 locations). Laundry service will be available at the nearby Paulina Visitor Center. Dogs must be leashed at all times and not prone to excessive barking. Due to the thick Forest and remote location, cell and internet service is not available at all campgrounds. Some positions will need to drive to the volunteer common area, "The Silo", or near the visitor center for service. About the Area: The Newberry Caldera is a remote location ~42 miles south of Bend, Oregon. Nearby towns are La Pine (18 miles/20-25 minutes), Sunriver (28miles/30-35 minutes), and Bend (45 miles/45-50 minutes). La Pine has a grocery store, bank, mail facilities and some additional services. All services can be found in Bend including a major medical center. Newberry Caldera is the depression left by the collapsed summit of Newberry Volcano. The caldera has a wide variety of natural features; two spring fed lakes, obsidian flows, pumice flats, dynamic peaks and cascading waterfalls. In summer hiking, biking and horse trails are typically free of snow by late June. Recreation opportunities include hiking, camping, fishing, boating, and sky-gazing over Paulina and East Lakes within Newberry Caldera. Newberry Caldera has 1 main paved access road, 1 Visitor Center, 2 Resorts, and 6 campgrounds. Some of the campgrounds are not actually up in the Caldera but at lower elevation, what we call the "gateway" campgrounds. Applications due: Ongoing, applications are being considered for 2021 & 2022 season, please indicate availability. Apply at www.volunteer.gov and enter in the keyword(s): Newberry National Volcanic Monument and/or reach out to, and submit your resume to, Stacey Cochran, Discover Your Forest, Stacey.cochran@discovernw.org , 541-508-9899.

Portland General Electric Is Looking For A Parks Operations Specialist In

Oregon

This is an exciting time to join Portland General Electric. As Oregon’s largest electric utility, Portland General Electric is leading an energy transformation that will harness the power of clean and renewable resources. Our vision for a clean energy future relies on three interrelated and overarching strategies: de- carbonize through investing in clean and reliable energy; modernize through a smarter more resilient grid; and empower our customers in their energy technology choices. We’re searching for innovative, customer and results-obsessed leaders to help power our mission and lead the way in championing the world’s clean energy future! The Parks Operations Specialist will support the operations of company managed recreation areas as required in the FERC hydropower license requirements by ensuring that daily work activities of staff are conducted effectively and are responsive to the needs of customers. They will oversee the implementation and administration of FERC required Shoreline Management Plan, Dispersed Site Management Plan, Public Safety Plans, and other projects and programs needed to ensure asset protection, public and employee safety, and appropriate public access to project lands. Key Responsibilities Recruits and supervises seasonal employees to ensure quality assurance and adherence to park policy and procedures. Assigns work duties and schedules. Provides general coaching and feedback to seasonal employees and engages to resolve employee differences. Ensures seasonal employees have training and equipment needed. Interprets policies and procedures and provides guidance to seasonal employees. Makes recommendations about staffing changes. Maintains policies, monitors adherence and recommends changes. Monitors budget and explains anomalies. Runs reconciliation reports. Drafts visitor-use reports to meet external agency requirements Prepares all forms required for tax fillings. Resolves escalated concerns and makes decisions about evictions, fee waivers, refunds and charge disputes. Maintains computerized reservation systems and databases, including interface with credit card processing systems. Ensures consistent availability of independent standalone systems in four separate locations. Maintains revenue collection and reconciliation processes and systems for recreation-area-produced income. Prepares revenue reports, bank deposit reports and county and state tax reports. Coordinates with Corporate Accounting to ensure account accuracy. Manages projects. Determines objectives and work to be done, outlines tasks and assigns responsibilities to others. Determines standards and monitors work for completion to those standards. Communicates with stakeholders and collaborates with other departments. Recommends vendors and establishes section criteria. Determines objectives and drafts scope of work. Establishes deliverable. Provides direction to contractors and monitors to ensure work meets objectives. Works with vendors to resolve issues. Education/Experience/Certifications Requires a bachelor’s degree in natural resources, environmental sciences or related field or equivalent experience. Typically two or more years in parks, recreation or related field to include program administration or program management or equivalent. Certified Park and Recreation Professional (CPRP) or related certification preferred. Competencies (Knowledge, Skills, Abilities) Working skills in project management Intermediate knowledge of laws and regulations related to area of discipline Intermediate knowledge of design and sustainability principles Working skills in reading specifications, drawings and building codes Intermediate skills in use of electronic work order systems Working knowledge of budgeting Intermediate skills in vendor management Physical Capabilities The job does require a valid driver’s license Driving/travel/commute Daily within service territory Frequently (at least once a week or more) Overnight inside/outside the service territory Occasionally (one to two times a month or less) Computer use (use computer regularly for entire work shift) Lifting/pushing/pulling (check appropriate weight): Up to 10 lb Carrying (check appropriate weight): Up to 10 lb Environment - Indoor/Outdoor Office environment Plant environment Field environment Join us today and power your potential! To be considered for this position, please complete the following employment application by the posting close date. A cover letter may be needed with your application to be considered for this position. PGE believes in rewarding strong performance. We provide a total compensation package that is designed to reward your contributions to the company, and, at the same time, support your well- being and professional development, both now and into the future. PGE is committed to diversity and inclusion in the workplace and is an equal opportunity employer. PGE will not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment based on race, color, national origin, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, religion, disability, protected veteran status, or other characteristics protected by law. Assisting with storms or other Company emergencies is a part of all positions at Portland General Electric. Talent Acquisition Contact: Staffing@pgn.com Website www.portlandgeneral.com/careers

The Oregon Department Of Forestry Is Looking For Volunteer Camp Host In

Oregon

The Oregon Department of Forestry is accepting applications for volunteer Camp Host positions in Northwest Oregon for the 2021, May - October camping season. Please contact us for more information. Jahmaal Rebb Oregon Department of Forestry Off-Highway Vehicle Specialist Tillamook State Forest (503) 858-4322 Jahmaal.Rebb@oregon.gov
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Astoria/Warrenton/Seaside KOA Resort Is

Looking For A Spring and Summer 2021

Seasonal Activities Work Camper In

Oregon

Astoria/Warrenton/Seaside KOA Resort 1100 NW Ridge Road |Hammond, OR 97103 503-861-2606 Office | 503-861-3209 Fax E-Mail: jpierce@racpack.com Website: www.astoriakoa.com 2021 Activities Season Job Duties Activities good with children great customer service game playing willing to work outdoors in all weather conditions computer use cash handling experience Perform all other duties assigned bending and lifting 20 lbs standing on ladders basic business support o micro-trash o site presentation o patrol property o interact with customers Required abilities food handler’s card working knowledge of computers willingness to work outside in all weather conditions able to stand for long periods of time reliable and dependable working knowledge of rv’s and the camping environment ability to take direction Ability to be flexible to changing work environment Be positive

Astoria/Warrenton/Seaside KOA

Resort Is Looking For A Spring and

Summer 2021 Seasonal Maintenance

Work Camper In

Oregon

Astoria/Warrenton/Seaside KOA Resort 1100 NW Ridge Road |Hammond, OR 97103 503-861-2606 Office | 503-861-3209 Fax E-Mail: jpierce@racpack.com Website: www.astoriakoa.com 2021 Maintenance Season Job Duties Maintenance Perform basic carpentry, electrical and plumbing repairs, and maintenance to campground buildings, facilities, equipment and grounds as directed by the Maintenance Manager or Supervisor. Provide Maintenance/Repairs/Security for a resort atmosphere. Provide high standards of service to campers and guests. Provide excellent and friendly guest service by being attentive, responsive and helpful to all guests needs. Greet the guests at every opportunity by demonstrating a friendly welcome and professional demeanor. Present a positive impression with a well- groomed appearance, smiles and proper KOA uniform and name tag. Implement daily, weekly and monthly maintenance and cleaning programs as outlined by the immediate supervisor. Examples include, but are not limited to these areas; pool/spa, lawn mowing, weed eating, landscaping, cleaning of buildings, garbage pick-up, propane pumping, game machine, laundry servicing and various other campground equipment. Comply with all federal and state safety programs by adhering to established guidelines in the operation and storage of various equipment, tools, and chemicals, ensuring your safety, as well as that of fellow staff and campground guests. Report all customer problems, requests or complaints to the manager or supervisor and follow-up to resolve the issue if possible. Maintain safe campground systems, equipment and facilities, including pool, hook-ups, etc. Use safe work practices to avoid accidents of both guests and team members. Must be able to lift up to 50lbs. Must be able to safely operate various maintenance tools and equipment. Perform all other duties assigned by the manager or supervisor. Cleaning and sanitizing of all equipment, vehicles, buildings and sites. Perform all other duties assigned. Must have a current valid Driver’s License. Required abilities Knowledge/experience of electrical and plumbing equipment and installation. Knowledge/experience of pool operations (CPO certification may be required). Knowledge/experience of safe handling and usage of chemical properties. Knowledge/experience of propane and gasoline dispensing. A keen eye for detail and excellent time management skills. Ability to work long and flexible hours and able to stand for long periods of time. Excellent troubleshooting, problem solving, decision making and communication skills. Ability to be flexible to changing work environment Available to work all shifts including weekends and holidays Respond to guest criticism and comments in a positive approach.

Experienced Campground Host Couple Needed At Union

Creek Campground In Southern Oregon $$

Union Creek Campground is a large campground in a busy area of Southern Oregon. Must have host experience and excellent customer service skills. Must have own RV. Paid position. Begins Mid May – Oct 3rd Please send resume to: alisa.acosta@aracosta.com

The Benton County Natural Areas, Parks & Events

Department Is Looking For A Camp Host (Individual or

Couple) To Oversee Salmonberry Campground And Alsea

Guard Station In Oregon $$

This is a seasonal position from May 1st through November 1st. Salmonberry Campground is located off of Hwy 34, on the Alsea River, 32 miles west of Corvallis, Oregon. The Campground and Guard Station are just a 40-minute drive to the coast and the work schedule is flexible during the week. At the campground there are 28 total campsites (13 with electrical RV-hookups), 1 cabin, 1 yurt, flush toilets, and pay showers. The Alsesa Guard Station is just 5 ½ miles northeast of the campground. It is a 2-bedroom, 1 ½ bath house that sleeps 7 people. For more information see the Benton County, Oregon, website: https://www.co.benton.or.us/parks/page/salmonberry-campground-closed-season Duties Include (but are not limited to): Greet campers and offer assistance to arriving guests. Monitor guest activities to ensure compliance with park policies and contact violators to inform them of infractions and needed corrective action. Other host duties include cleaning of restrooms and overnight facilities, keeping campsites tidy, and providing excellent customer service. Eligibility: Applicants must be 18 years of age or older with the ability to work nights and weekends as needed. Must have an RV with the ability to live on-site. Strong customer relation skills required. Both the Campground and Guard Station are set up on an online reservation system, so computer experience is preferred. Rate of Pay: Hosts have a free site, water, electricity, sewer, local phone, internet, laundry facilities, and will be paid a monthly stipend. Application Deadline:Application Review will begin Immediately; Open Until Filled How to Apply: 1. Complete the Camp Host Application on www.bceventcentercorvallis.net under “About” and “Jobs/Internships” 2. Submit your application to Lynne McKee at Fairgrounds Manager, at Lynne.McKee@co.benton.or.us , mail the application to 110 SW 53rd Street, Corvallis, OR 97333, or drop off at our office during business hours Monday - Friday, 8:00 - 11:30 am or 12:30 - 5:00 pm 3. If selected, you will be notified via phone or email and invited for a virtual interview. For more information: Benton County Natural Areas, Parks and Events Lynne McKee, Director Tel: 541-766-6090 Lynne.Mckee@co.benton.or.us

Crystal Crane Hot Springs Is Looking For A Long Term Third

Camp Host In Oregon $$

Does our hot spring oasis make you never want to leave? Well then, why not stay? We are currently looking for a third camp host at our desert hot spring oasis in Eastern Oregon (about 25 minutes from Burns) to patrol the grounds from 9pm-6am. This is a paid salary position (a couple may stay together on the grounds, but only one person will be employed). Responsibilities include: Patrolling the grounds Ensuring the safety and comfort of our guests Adjusting the water temperature of our outdoor pond Assisting overnight guests as needed Tending to minor maintenance items during the the evening hours Our ideal candidate would: Work 4 days/week Has their own RV (we will supply hookups for water/sewer/power) Enjoys meeting and conversing with patrons from around the globe If you dream of brisk mornings with a simple cup of Joe overlooking the desert sunrise, and nights filled with star-filled skies and distant coyote calls, don't hesitate to apply with us today. We know our perfect hot spring soaking, worldly and informative camp host is out there and we can't wait for you to join our team. Feel free to visit our website at www.cranehotsprings.com To apply, please send a resume or personal profile to debbie.kryger@gmail.com Position is year round. Currently looking for Spring/Summer camp host.

Lone Mountain RV Park & Tipi Campground Is Looking For

Friendly Couple To Begin April 1, 2021 In O'Brien, Oregon $$

We are just a short drive away from the Oregon coast and we are close to major cities such as Grants Pass, Crescent City, Medford, and Ashland. We are looking for a dedicated, hardworking, friendly couple to join our family-owned business that continues to grow each year. We need part-time help beginning April 1, 2021 to help with housekeeping, restrooms, yard and park maintenance, reservations and all other general RV park activities as directed by the park managers. Strong computer skills and park maintenance skills are required. Compensation is an RV site with full hookup, cable, WiFi, and laundry. A monthly stipend of $250 will be exchanged for 24 hours of work per couple per week. Email resume along with pictures of your RV to: lonemountainrvresort@gmail.com . Check out our website: www.lonemountainrv.com for more information on our campground or visit our Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/lonemountainrvresort/

Lane County Parks Needs Paid Campground Caretaker

Individual Or Couple On Dorena Lake Outside Eugene,

Oregon $$

Baker Bay Campground is located 8 miles outside Cottage Grove, Oregon on the Dorena Reservoir. Lane County Parks is seeking an individual or couple to serve as the Campground Caretaker. Caretakers are paid to live in the campground full-time and oversee day to day operations of the campground. Caretakers are responsible for maintaining a personal residence on site (recreational vehicle, travel trailer, etc.). Full time, 24 hour site presence is mandatory. Caretakers are responsible for site management of the campground and marina, reservations and sales, general maintenance and representing Lane County Parks. This position is contracted with Lane County Parks and is not a direct employment. Location: Baker Bay Campground and Marina Compensation: $2,200 / month Term: Open To apply visit https://bit.ly/3htn87l and return a completed application.

Josephine County Parks Has Immediate Park Host Openings

in Southern Oregon

We have immediate Park Host openings at our Josephine County Parks in Southern Oregon! This is a volunteer position for singles, couples or teams. Park Hosts live in the park and the Parks Department provides a Full Hook-Up Site, which includes paid electric, water, sewer and trash service. Duties include managing reservations, helping campers, wood and ice sales, emptying garbage cans, general grounds keeping including raking, weed eating and blowing leaves, cleaning fire pits and bathrooms/showers. Park Hosts are on duty for 5 consecutive days per week and must be present in the park on those days. Hosts MUST have their own RV and bring with them excellent customer service skills. Candidates must pass a national background check and provide references. Please contact us by phone at 541-474-5285 or online at www.josephinecountyparks.com.

Portland General Electric Is Looking For Associate Parks

Technician For Multiple Sites In Oregon $$

This is an exciting time to join Portland General Electric. As Oregon’s largest electric utility, Portland General Electric is leading an energy transformation that will harness the power of clean and renewable resources. Our vision for a clean energy future relies on three interrelated and overarching strategies: decarbonize through investing in clean and reliable energy; modernize through a smarter more resilient grid; and empower our customers in their energy technology choices. We’re searching for innovative, customer and results-obsessed leaders to help power our mission and lead the way in championing the world’s clean energy future! This is a temporary position that may last up to 6 months. Associate Parks Technician Pay to begin at $18.00 per hour based on experience. Key Responsibilities: Customer Service Responds to questions from guests. Provides information on park facilities. Communicates rules and policies. Supports emergency responders as needed. Maintenance Work and Vendor Management Under the guidance of other technicians, may perform maintenance tasks using tools and equipment, including renovating and repairing irrigation systems, upgrading water and septic systems, restoring landscaped areas and general maintenance. Assists with performing or overseeing enhancement and maintenance activities on project wildlife habitat lands, including noxious weed control, juniper thinning, fence repair/replacement and seeding. May perform janitorial duties. Processing Payments Processes, records and reconciles payments and reservations. Completes end-of-day cash reports. Escalates questions or problems. Program Administration Assists in program administration by gathering data (e.g., water monitoring) and reporting to other technicians. Installs and/or maintains signage to ensure public safety. Special Projects Assists with construction in accordance with plans and specifications. Education/Experience/Certifications: Education Requires high school diploma or successful completion of General Education Development (GED) test. Experience Typically two or fewer years of experience in parks, hospitality, resource management or other related field. Competencies (Knowledge, Skills, Abilities): Functional Competencies Basic knowledge of utility industry Basic knowledge of worksite and local recreational opportunities Basic knowledge of maintenance practices Basic skills in use of maintenance and landscaping power tools Basic skills in using computers and computer applications used in department Basic ability to read, interpret and apply policies, procedures and regulations Basic skills in collaboration Basic knowledge of requirements for documenting data and preparing written reports General Competencies Intermediate customer focus skills Basic analytical thinking skills Basic decision-making skills Basic interpersonal skills Basic problem-solving skills Basic diplomacy skills Basic influence skills Join us today and power your potential! PGE is committed to diversity and inclusion in the workplace and is an equal opportunity employer. PGE will not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment based on race, color, national origin, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, religion, disability, protected veteran status, or other characteristics protected by law. To be considered for this position, please complete the following employment application by the posting close date. Talent Acquisition Contact: Staffing@pgn.com APPLY by clicking here or go to www.portlandgeneral.com/careers

Crook County Parks and Recreation District Is Currently

Seeking Applications To Fill Hosting Positions At Ochoco

Lake Campground In Prineville, Oregon For The 2021

Season

We are interested in an individual or couple who love people and want to help out around the park. This position requires approximately 24-32 hours per week of your time, including weekends. There is a strong support staff to work with and the hosts are instrumental in the smooth operation of the park. AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY Maintenance: Check campground regularly and assure that the park is clean, safe and orderly. Pick up litter in and around the park. Clean out fire pits and BBQ’s. Clean and stock restrooms. Clean amenities such as: Laundry room, clubhouse, picnic shelters etc. Gardening; weeding and watering. Clean debris out of sites Clean up dog waste and stock bag dispensers. Mow lawns, line trim weeds. Report any damage of park facilities, buildings, and equipment. Administrative / Customer Service: Greet guests, answer their questions and ensure that they are in their appropriate spaces. Coordinate with office administration and obtain information concerning reservations in the park. Collects fees for miscellaneous sales such as firewood and ice. Check out departing guests and solicit customer evaluations. Fill out campground daily check sheet and turn into the office. REQUIREMENTS: Hosts must be at least 18 years old Pass a criminal background check Minimum commitment of 30 days and a maximum of 6 months Available to work 5 days a week flexible hours Own a self-contained RV Excellent customer service skills Ability to communicate effectively with all types of people Work cooperatively with staff and public Work independently within the established policies and procedures of the District BENEFITS: In exchange for volunteer service hours, CCPRD provides hosts: Full hook-up RV site with paid utilities during hosting assignment Free use of laundry facilities Free Wi-Fi Free training Free participation in certain classes and programs offered by CCPRD To apply please visit our website at ccprd.org under the Get Involved tab or email info@ccprd.org for more information.

Crook County Parks and Recreation District Is Currently

Seeking Applications To Fill Hosting Positions At The Crook

County RV Park In Prineville, Oregon For The 2021 Season

We are interested in an individual or couple who love people and want to help out around the park. This position requires approximately 24-32 hours per week of your time, including weekends. There is a strong support staff to work with and the hosts are instrumental in the smooth operation of the park. AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY Maintenance: Check campground regularly and assure that the park is clean, safe and orderly. Pick up litter in and around the park. Clean out fire pits and BBQ’s. Clean and stock restrooms. Clean amenities such as: Laundry room, clubhouse, picnic shelters etc. Gardening; weeding and watering. Clean debris out of sites Clean up dog waste and stock bag dispensers. Mow lawns, line trim weeds. Report any damage of park facilities, buildings, and equipment. Administrative / Customer Service: Greet guests, answer their questions and ensure that they are in their appropriate spaces. Coordinate with office administration and obtain information concerning reservations in the park. Collects fees for miscellaneous sales such as firewood and ice. Check out departing guests and solicits customer evaluations. Fill out campground daily check sheet and turn into the office. REQUIREMENTS: Hosts must be at least 18 years old Pass a criminal background check Minimum commitment of 30 days and a maximum of 6 months Available to work 5 days a week flexible hours Own a self-contained RV Excellent customer service skills Ability to communicate effectively with all types of people Work cooperatively with staff and public Work independently within the established policies and procedures of the District BENEFITS: In exchange for volunteer service hours, CCPRD provides hosts: Full hook-up RV site with paid utilities during hosting assignment Free use of laundry facilities Free Wi-Fi Free training Free participation in certain classes and programs offered by CCPRD To apply please visit our website at ccprd.org under the Get Involved tab or email info@ccprd.org for more information.

Douglas County Parks Has Multiple Campgrounds Looking

For Park Hosts In Oregon

Volunteering as a Park Host for Douglas County Parks in Oregon, provides a beautiful setting for a rewarding and memorable park host experience! You may enjoy our coastal parks by crabbing, fishing, riding ATVs in the Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area, or just walking on the beach. Or you can come to our inland parks and enjoy a variety of activities such as fishing on the Umpqua River, visiting waterfalls, touring wineries, etc. Volunteers play an essential role in helping us provide a quality outdoor recreation experience for our visitors. Park Hosts are often the first to meet and greet arriving guests and provide them with key information about the parks amenities and local recreational opportunities. What are the benefits of hosting? In exchange for volunteer service hours, parks provide hosts an RV site with paid utilities during the tenure of their host placement. Laundry facilities (on site or off site) Wi-Fi services on site. Meet people! Requirements Hosts must be at least 18 years old and are required to pass a criminal background check. Hosts must provide their own RV or camping unit; lodging cannot be provided. Host assignments typically require a minimum commitment of 30 days and a maximum of 6 months in one park. The duties that are required usually take no more than 25 hours a week. Hosts are expected to work 5 days a week with 2 days off. Hosts should enjoy working with the public, have the desire to accept new challenges, and possess the willingness to learn about Douglas County Parks. What are the duties of a host? All hosts provide excellent customer service to visitors and give information on park facilities, resources, park rules, and local attractions. Given the diversity of Douglas County Parks, varying in size, structure, and needs, additional host tasks vary from park to park. Duties include: litter collection, cleaning restroom facilities, cleaning campsites, cleaning cabins/yurts, light maintenance, reservation tags, and fee collection. How to apply? Please visit our website https://www.co.douglas.or.us/parks/volunteer.asp to find a copy of our Volunteer Park Host application and Criminal Background Check Release form. You will also find information on our beautiful campgrounds and parks. Please indicate on your application which parks you are interested in hosting at. We will contact you shortly after receiving your application.

Rogue-Siskiyou National Forest Is Looking For Campground

Hosts, Field Managers and Roving Hosts For 2021 Summer

In Oregon

Must have own RV and customer service experience. Campgrounds located in Rogue- Siskiyou National Forest In Oregon Apply to: alisa.acosta@yellowstonevalleyinn.com Visit our website at www.roguerec.com

Newberry Caldera Zone Has 10 Campground Hosts

Positions Open At Newberry National Volcanic Monument In

Oregon

Campgrounds are located at the higher elevation, in Newberry Caldera, and at the lower elevation, "Gateway" shortly after you enter the Monument. Campgrounds Season: Varies, mid-May – end of Sept and early October Service Dates: May 17 – End of Sept/early October. See below for details Number of Positions: 10 (Can be a couple or individual), also looking for back-up Hosts Newberry National Volcanic Monument Caldera and Gateway Campgrounds. Campground photos for each site can be found on recreation.gov : Cinder Hill Campground Host 1: Full amenity hookups, 30 amp site. End Date: Sept 27. (End of September) Cinder Hill Campground Host 2: Nearby water. No septic port. Use of the local dump site is available. End Date: Sept 7. East Lake Campground: Full amenity hook ups, 50 amp site. No cellular connectivity. End Date: Sept 27. Little Crater Campground 1: Full amenity hook ups, 50 amp site. Weak cellular connectivity. End Date: Sept 27. Little Crater Campground Host 2: a dry site, has access to water. Nearby CXT to dump black water. End Date: Sept 7. Paulina Lake Campground: Full amenity hook ups, 30 amp site. End Date: Sept 27 Paulina Lake Campground Host 2: Dry site with water, nearby dump station. Date: Sept 7. Part-time Roving Campground Host: Campground host to rove on a 2- 3 day weekly basis for the season to help cover days off. AM and PM Support/Newberry Group Positions: FS Camp Hosts AM and PM Support will help manage the operations of Monument area campgrounds by providing outstanding customer service to campers. Each volunteer will be outfitted with a proper FS uniform with volunteer insignia to wear while on duty. AM/PM Support Campground Host will provide additional patrolling to the other campgrounds, outside of “home campground”, to check in with other campground hosts. Reimbursement is set per hosted site, not per person. AM Support work approximately 7-4 pm, PM Support works 4 - approximately 10 pm. Amount to be determined living expense reimbursement provided and is paid thru our partner organization Discover Your Forest (DYF). AM and PM Support End Date: Oct 27. Government driver’s license will be required for both AM & PM positions. Prairie Campground: Full amenity hook ups. 30 amp site. Good cellular connectivity. End Date Sept 27.This position also services the Ogden Group camp and McKay Crossing campground in the vicinity. These sites are the "Gateway" campground sites not up in the Caldera, but still a part of the Forest and Newberry National Volcanic Monument. A government drivers license is required for this position. These sites are at a lower elevation shortly when you turn off of Highway 97.    Description: Join the Forest Service team in the Newberry Caldera area to help manage the operations of beautiful campgrounds at a national treasure.  The Deschutes National Forest is seeking individuals motivated to provide outstanding customer service to campers at Newberry National Volcanic Monument. Tentative Work Schedule and reimbursement: Rotating 4 days on, 3 days off, 5 days on, 2 days off. Works split shift tentatively from 8:30 am. To 1:30 pm. and again from 5:30- 9:00 p.m. Small Expense Reimbursement available. Reimbursement is for position, regardless if the position is a couple or individual. Upon arrival, within the first two weeks, due to snow levels at higher elevations, you may be placed at the lower elevation gateway campground(s) until the snow is cleared. Extensive training will be provided. Job Duties: Visitor Services Uniformed host position primary duties include welcoming/orienting Monument visitors, and providing in-depth information on Monument sites. Cash handling and record keeping experience required. Willingness to assist with light routine maintenance and fee compliance. Campground Administration Welcome visitors and answer questions, manage on-site reservations system, confirm walk up visitor’s payments. Sells firewood under DYF accounting systems. Assist with envelope collections as needed. Refreshes restrooms after the FS staff does morning cleaning, also cleans up grounds. Assists with trash pick up, raking, recycling, and potentially becoming primary maintenance during low season. Interpretation Delivers minimum of one interpretive program, per week, in your specific campground. As time allows, supplemental duties may include opportunities for interpretation including guiding hikes, day and evening ranger talks, Jr. Forest Ranger activities, and roving interpretation. Individuals may be assigned special interpretive projects according to their skills and interests. Desired Skills: Must be able to perform required duties with minimal supervision after orientation, communicate effectively with diverse audiences, and present a consistently friendly and helpful attitude; Forest Service uniform will be provided and worn during working hours; knowledge of Forest Service history and Deschutes National Forest recreation geography and policies is helpful, but not required. Training and support will be provided for development of visitor services knowledge and interpretive programs. Housing: Couple or individual must be able to provide their own RV or travel trailer with its age being 2002 or newer. A photo of the RV may be requested prior to job offer. A paved or an aggregate surfaced RV pad is provided which includes water, septic, garbage, and electric service (except for Cinder Hill 2nd, Little Crater 2nd, and Paulina Lake 2 locations). Laundry service will be available at the nearby Paulina Visitor Center. Dogs must be leashed at all times and not prone to excessive barking. Due to the thick Forest and remote location, cell and internet service is not available at all campgrounds. Some positions will need to drive to the volunteer common area, "The Silo", or near the visitor center for service. About the Area: The Newberry Caldera is a remote location ~42 miles south of Bend, Oregon. Nearby towns are La Pine (18 miles/20-25 minutes), Sunriver (28miles/30-35 minutes), and Bend (45 miles/45-50 minutes). La Pine has a grocery store, bank, mail facilities and some additional services. All services can be found in Bend including a major medical center. Newberry Caldera is the depression left by the collapsed summit of Newberry Volcano. The caldera has a wide variety of natural features; two spring fed lakes, obsidian flows, pumice flats, dynamic peaks and cascading waterfalls. In summer hiking, biking and horse trails are typically free of snow by late June. Recreation opportunities include hiking, camping, fishing, boating, and sky-gazing over Paulina and East Lakes within Newberry Caldera. Newberry Caldera has 1 main paved access road, 1 Visitor Center, 2 Resorts, and 6 campgrounds. Some of the campgrounds are not actually up in the Caldera but at lower elevation, what we call the "gateway" campgrounds. Applications due: Ongoing, applications are being considered for 2021 & 2022 season, please indicate availability. Apply at www.volunteer.gov and enter in the keyword(s): Newberry National Volcanic Monument and/or reach out to, and submit your resume to, Stacey Cochran, Discover Your Forest, Stacey.cochran@discovernw.org , 541-508-9899.

Portland General Electric Is Looking For A Parks Operations

Specialist In Oregon

This is an exciting time to join Portland General Electric. As Oregon’s largest electric utility, Portland General Electric is leading an energy transformation that will harness the power of clean and renewable resources. Our vision for a clean energy future relies on three interrelated and overarching strategies: de-carbonize through investing in clean and reliable energy; modernize through a smarter more resilient grid; and empower our customers in their energy technology choices. We’re searching for innovative, customer and results-obsessed leaders to help power our mission and lead the way in championing the world’s clean energy future! The Parks Operations Specialist will support the operations of company managed recreation areas as required in the FERC hydropower license requirements by ensuring that daily work activities of staff are conducted effectively and are responsive to the needs of customers. They will oversee the implementation and administration of FERC required Shoreline Management Plan, Dispersed Site Management Plan, Public Safety Plans, and other projects and programs needed to ensure asset protection, public and employee safety, and appropriate public access to project lands. Key Responsibilities Recruits and supervises seasonal employees to ensure quality assurance and adherence to park policy and procedures. Assigns work duties and schedules. Provides general coaching and feedback to seasonal employees and engages to resolve employee differences. Ensures seasonal employees have training and equipment needed. Interprets policies and procedures and provides guidance to seasonal employees. Makes recommendations about staffing changes. Maintains policies, monitors adherence and recommends changes. Monitors budget and explains anomalies. Runs reconciliation reports. Drafts visitor-use reports to meet external agency requirements Prepares all forms required for tax fillings. Resolves escalated concerns and makes decisions about evictions, fee waivers, refunds and charge disputes. Maintains computerized reservation systems and databases, including interface with credit card processing systems. Ensures consistent availability of independent standalone systems in four separate locations. Maintains revenue collection and reconciliation processes and systems for recreation-area-produced income. Prepares revenue reports, bank deposit reports and county and state tax reports. Coordinates with Corporate Accounting to ensure account accuracy. Manages projects. Determines objectives and work to be done, outlines tasks and assigns responsibilities to others. Determines standards and monitors work for completion to those standards. Communicates with stakeholders and collaborates with other departments. Recommends vendors and establishes section criteria. Determines objectives and drafts scope of work. Establishes deliverable. Provides direction to contractors and monitors to ensure work meets objectives. Works with vendors to resolve issues. Education/Experience/Certifications Requires a bachelor’s degree in natural resources, environmental sciences or related field or equivalent experience. Typically two or more years in parks, recreation or related field to include program administration or program management or equivalent. Certified Park and Recreation Professional (CPRP) or related certification preferred. Competencies (Knowledge, Skills, Abilities) Working skills in project management Intermediate knowledge of laws and regulations related to area of discipline Intermediate knowledge of design and sustainability principles Working skills in reading specifications, drawings and building codes Intermediate skills in use of electronic work order systems Working knowledge of budgeting Intermediate skills in vendor management Physical Capabilities The job does require a valid driver’s license Driving/travel/commute Daily within service territory Frequently (at least once a week or more) Overnight inside/outside the service territory Occasionally (one to two times a month or less) Computer use (use computer regularly for entire work shift) Lifting/pushing/pulling (check appropriate weight): Up to 10 lb Carrying (check appropriate weight): Up to 10 lb Environment - Indoor/Outdoor Office environment Plant environment Field environment Join us today and power your potential! To be considered for this position, please complete the following employment application by the posting close date. A cover letter may be needed with your application to be considered for this position. PGE believes in rewarding strong performance. We provide a total compensation package that is designed to reward your contributions to the company, and, at the same time, support your well-being and professional development, both now and into the future. PGE is committed to diversity and inclusion in the workplace and is an equal opportunity employer. PGE will not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment based on race, color, national origin, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, religion, disability, protected veteran status, or other characteristics protected by law. Assisting with storms or other Company emergencies is a part of all positions at Portland General Electric. Talent Acquisition Contact: Staffing@pgn.com Website www.portlandgeneral.com/careers

The Oregon Department Of Forestry Is Looking For

Volunteer Camp Host In Oregon

The Oregon Department of Forestry is accepting applications for volunteer Camp Host positions in Northwest Oregon for the 2021, May - October camping season. Please contact us for more information. Jahmaal Rebb Oregon Department of Forestry Off-Highway Vehicle Specialist Tillamook State Forest (503) 858-4322 Jahmaal.Rebb@oregon.gov
Astoria/Warrenton/Seaside KOA Resort
Astoria/Warrenton/Seaside KOA Resort
Union Creek Campground
Crystal Crane Hot Springs
Lone Mountain RV Park
Lane County Parks Needs Paid Campground Caretaker
Josephine County Parks
Ochoco Lake Campground
Rogue-Siskiyou National Forest
Newberry National Volcanic Monument
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