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Paulina Camp Ground In The Newberry National Volcanic Monument Area Is

Needing FS Camp Hosts May- Sept. In Oregon

Location: Newberry National Volcanic Monument Campgrounds Oregon Site Name: Paulina Camp Ground -  To visit webpage Click Here Number of Positions: 1 couple or individual Amp voltage: 30 Full amenity hook ups Dates: Full Season: May 20 – September 15, 2019    Description: FS Camp Hosts (May/June-Sept)– 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: 32 hours/week for single or 20+ hours/week for each person of couple to collectively cover 32 hours of shift. 5 days week with 2 consecutive days off.  Reimbursement is set per hosted site, not per person. Works split shift tentatively scheduled from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and again from 5:30- 9:00 p.m. @ 5 days/week for approx. 6.5 hour days= 35 hours. Reimbursed at $40/day = $800/month or approximately $3,400 per host site for a typical full season.  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 recordkeeping experience required. Willingness to assist with incidental light maintenance and fee compliance preferred.  Campground Administration Welcome visitors and answer questions, manage on-site reservations system, confirm walk up visitor’s payments.  Sells firewood under DYF accounting systems and or as a part of the electronic fee payment system. Sync’s electronic ranger fee systems tablets and collects camp fees for those requiring cash payments where electronic systems are used.   Assist with envelope collections as needed.  Completes incidental/touch up cleaning of restrooms and grounds.  Interpretation Delivers one high quality interpretive programs on the weekend in home campground during the evening. 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. It is anticipated that laundry service will be available at the nearby Paulina Visitor Center.  Dogs must be leashed at all times.  About the Area: The Newberry Caldera is a somewhat 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 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. Applications due: Ongoing, applications are being considered for 2019 and 2020 seasons, please indicate availability. Email: stacey.cochran@discovernw.org 

Little Crater Campground In The Newberry National Volcanic Monument Area

Is Needing FS Camp Hosts May- Sept. In Oregon

Location: Newberry National Volcanic Monument Campgrounds Site Name: Little Crater Campground -  To Visit webpage Click Here Number of Positions: 1 couple or individual Host Site location is between sites 22 and 23, no actual site # ) Amp voltage: 50 Full amenity hook ups weak cellular connectivity Dates: Full Season: May 20 – September 30, 2019                Description: FS Camp Hosts (May/June-Sept)– 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: 32 hours/week for single or 20+ hours/week for each person of couple to collectively cover 32 hours of shift. 5 days week with 2 consecutive days off.  Reimbursement is set per hosted site, not per person. Works split shift tentatively scheduled from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and again from 5:30- 9:00 p.m. @ 5 days/week for approx. 6.5 hour days= 35 hours.   Reimbursed at $40/day = $800/month or approximately $3,400 per host site for a typical full season.  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 recordkeeping experience required. Willingness to assist with incidental light maintenance and fee compliance preferred.  Campground Administration Welcome visitors and answer questions, manage on-site reservations system, confirm walk up visitor’s payments.  Sells firewood under DYF accounting systems and or as a part of the electronic fee payment system. Sync’s electronic ranger fee systems tablets and collects camp fees for those requiring cash payments where electronic systems are used.   Assist with envelope collections as needed.  Completes incidental/touch up cleaning of restrooms and grounds.  Interpretation Delivers one high quality interpretive programs on the weekend in home campground during the evening. 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. It is anticipated that laundry service will be available at the nearby Paulina Visitor Center.  Dogs must be leashed at all times.  About the Area: The Newberry Caldera is a somewhat 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 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. Applications due: Ongoing, applications are being considered for 2019 and 2020 seasons, please indicate availability. Email: stacey.cochran@discovernw.org 

Josephine County Parks Has Immediate Park Host Openings In Oregon

Come live in beautiful Josephine County! We have immediate Park Host openings at some of our county parks. Duties include maintenance around the park such as posting reservations, helping campers, public relations, woods sales, emptying garbage cans, general landscaping including raking, weed eating and blowing leaves, cleaning fire pits and bathrooms/showers. Park Hosts are on duty for 5 days per week. Hosts MUST have their own RV and bring with them excellent customer service skills. Candidates must pass a national background check and provide references. This position is a volunteer position, although there is no hourly pay there is a $200 monthly stipend in peak summer months. Park Hosts do live in the park and are given a Full Hook Up Site, with paid electric, water, sewer and trash. If interested send email to parks@co.josephine.or.us  Visit our website at www.co.josephine.or.us/parks  Shorewood RV Resort Is Accepting Applications For Work Campers Immediately, With At Least A 6 Month Commitment in Oregon $$ If you are looking for a relaxed stay on the Oregon coast in exchange for duties around the park, we are the park for you! The park is located on the beach just 12 miles north of Tillamook, near some of the best fishing, clamming, kite flying, beach combing and whale watching on the coast. We are known as the 'quiet, peaceful park' on the Oregon coast. We are looking for cheerful, outgoing couples to help us run our park. You will need your own RV. Your site and amenities of water, sewer, garbage, electricity, propane, wi-fi, cable tv and laundry facilities are provided. Pay is $10.25 per hour per person for every hour worked. 30 to 40 hours per week per person depending on campgrounds needs. A criminal background check and drug test are required prior to hiring. Visit our website at www.shorewoodrvpark.com  Mail to 17600 Ocean Blvd., Rockaway Beach OR 97136 or email, your resume including a photograph of your unit and/or email questions to shorewoodrv@aol.com  or call us at 503 355-2278.

Deschutes River Fly Shop & Camp Is Looking To Hire For The 2018 Season In

Oregon $$

The Deschutes River Fly Shop and Camp is a small private campground, RV park and fly shop across the highway from the Lower Deschutes River in sunny Central Oregon! The Position is for a Camp host/Fly Shop Manager/Grounds Keeper. An ideal qualified candidates would have the following qualifications; Most importantly an extensive background in fly fishing. Ideally with experience in working in a retail fly shop, or as a fishing guide, or similar. Current industry fly fishing product knowledge. Good computer skills, with the ability to learn quickly, new programs and registers. Experience in working as a camp host. Experience with lawn and mechanical maintenance with carpentry skills being a plus. Have a desire to live on onsite in their camper/RV or van through out the season (April into November) For exchange for compensation of a free RV site plus a monthly stipend. This is the perfect situation for semi retired fly fishing junky or trout bum who wants to live in a van down by the river! Couples encouraged to apply. Send email to vailborne@bendbroadband.com  Visit our Website at www.flyfishdeschutes.com 

Harbor Vista Campground Is Needing A Host Couple In Oregon

Host COUPLE needed, Prefer retired, No children and no other outside job. Full hookup provide and $200.00 a month. Duties: Post and remove reservation tags, Blow the campsite, clean firepit pick up trash, Clean and stock restrooms, sell firewood, and provide customer service, data entry for drop ins and for selling wood, computer skills required. This can be a year round job with Jun- Sept being the busiest time. Days and hours: M_T_F_S_S Wed and Thurs off. Hrs would be 12-8pm except on our days off (M&T) you will be working from 8-8 Check out our website at www.lanecounty.org/parks  and click on Harbor Vista Please contact Mike at 541 997 5987 if interested. Thank You

Powerland Heritage Park Is Looking For Museum Hosts and Caretakers In

Oregon

Love History? Powerland Heritage Park, a 62 acre campus, is home to 14 museums celebrating the people, power sources, and machinery that drove Oregon logging, farms, transportation and more for over 100 years. Powerland Heritage Park is just off I-5 at exit 263 in Brooks, Oregon. We are looking for a retired couple to perform the duties of museum hosts/caretakers in a full-time capacity. In addition to a compensation package, the employees are provided residency (employees are responsible for utilities) in a replica farmhouse located on museum grounds for as long as they remain in Powerland’s employ. Employees will be required to work 24 hours per week per person. Employees will also be allowed reasonable personal time off during the off-season, October 1 through March 31. Duties shall include opening and remaining present during open hours of 9:00 am to 4:30 pm, maintain a nightly presence on site, receive guests and provide tours, notify appropriate contacts in case of emergencies, greet those wanting access to park grounds, collect visitor fees and provide membership applications. A background check will be required. Qualified applicants should submit a resume and references to jobs@antiquepowerland.com .

Bear Creek Park and Campground Is Looking For Park Host In Oregon

Park Location: At the 6-mile marker on North Fork Road. The nearest towns are Mehama and Mill City. Bear Creek Park is 16.38 acres. This area of the Little North Fork Canyon receives heavy visitor use during the summer months. Bear Creek Park offers direct access to the Little North Fork of the Santiam River with good quality swimming, picnicking, and fishing. The park offers 15 camping sites, each with its own picnic table and fire pit. There are four pipe stands for water, four grey water sumps, two vault toilets, a paved public road and two parking lots. This is an  isolated site and the other closest facility is one mile away. Job Description: Host duties include interacting with a diverse public, checking in campers and collecting fees, firewood sales, litter pickup, trash removal, restroom cleaning and light trail work. Host will also track and provide user numbers and report area violations to appropriate authorities. Hook-ups: • Water • 50 amp electric • Septic holding tank (1,500 gal.) with alarm to signal when near full. • Marion County radio with phone patch is provided for official use. • Cell reception is not available. • TV reception may be available with satellite dish. (Host provides.) • Also available: radio reception, picnic table, fire pit, and various tools for maintenance purposes. Maximum RV Size: 40 ft. x 25 ft. asphalt pad and approach Service Dates: May 1 - October 31 Preferred Length of Service: 6 months Days per Week: Thursday – Monday required. Tuesday and Wednesday are days off. Minimum Hours per Week: 20 hours per person. Special Qualifications: Must have ability to meet public in a positive and friendly manner. Must be in good physical condition for walking around litter patrol and trail work. To Apply: Visit the Marion County Volunteer website http://www.co.marion.or.us/BS/VOL/Pages/default.aspx  and apply online. To receive an alternate version of this application, email volunteer@co.marion.or.us. Questions? Contact: Russ Dilley, Parks Coordinator Phone: (503) 588-5036 Email: rdilley@co.marion.or.us 

Scoop N Steamer Is A Small Cafe Looking For Seasonal Help In Oregon

Scoop N Steamer has seasonal work, May thru Sept., in Sumpter, Oregon.  We are looking for persons who have their own RV and would like to work during this time and enjoy what our area has to offer.  You would have to pay your own space rent at one of the local RV parks, but would have a steady job at the cafe. Positions available are: Cooks Dishwasher Floor Persons Housekeeping      This is a great recreational area with ATV access, fishing (  Phillip Lake) hiking, gold panning, the Dredge, small tourist railroad, etc available. Email Richard at Scoopandsteamer15@gmail.com for more information. Visit our website at www.scoopandsteamer.com

Park Host Needed At River Forks Park - Douglas County Parks Department

Provide direct service to the public to accommodate the recreational needs of users at River Forks Park. Will maintain and enforce regulations as a caretaker and watchman of a County park. Caretaker will receive housing at park rent free for their voluntary duties for the term of their contract. EXAMPLES OF PRINCIPAL DUTIES     1. Provide assistance to park visitors, which include: recreational information, assist with problems, deliver messages, maintain information center.     2. Patrol park/recreational site area; remind users of department policy and procedures; assure all users have left area before closing/lock up time.     3. Perform general maintenance of park facilities, grounds, and equipment; includes: daily cleaning of restrooms and wading pools, restock supplies; cleaning of other building, fire pits, picnic tables; unclog drains; general grounds upkeep; irrigate, weed, and mow; inspect shoreline maintenance at reservoirs.     4. Open and close park gate daily. Please visit http://www.co.douglas.or.us/parks/pdfs/VolunteerParkHostapplication.pdf  for application. Please complete application, background authorization form and return to 541-957- 2062 (fax), email parks1@co.douglas.or.us, or mail to Douglas County Parks, Justice Building Room 116, Roseburg OR 97471. For information related to other available park host positions please visit http://www.co.douglas.or.us/parks/volunteer.asp  GUIDELINES Work is performed within established park policy and procedure, grounds and building maintenance reference materials, cleaning product reference materials and equipment manuals. PHYSICAL DEMANDS AND WORK ENVIRONMENT Regular and consistent attendance is required. Work is performed primarily in a park environment; may require bending, gripping with hands and fingers, hearing voice conversation, lifting up to 35 pounds, operating power tools and equipment, pulling, pushing, reaching standing and walking. Work is performed in an environment which involves everyday risks or discomforts and sometimes adverse weather conditions. A reasonable amount of driving is required.

Volunteer At Camp Wilkerson County Park

Do you have an RV and want to volunteer in beautiful Oregon?  Camp Wilkerson is looking for a volunteer to assist the park host.  This 280-acre secluded, forested site is a favorite among youth organizations and other groups. It's easy to "get back to nature" at this beautiful park. Duties would include assisting campers, light cleaning, selling firewood, mowing, etc. If you are interested, please contact Teresa Golson ASAP at 503-366-3965 or  parksdept@co.columbia.or.us.  You can view our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/CampWilkerson for photos of the park. Visit our website at www.co.columbia.or.us/parks.

Volunteer Park Host Needed At Depot City Park

Volunteer Park Host Position in beautiful Depot Park in Prairie City Oregon. www.prairiecityoregon.com Limited duties. To request an application Contact: Chris Camarena PO box 370 Prairie City, Or. 97869. 541-620-3100. pworks@ortelco.net. Prairie City Depot Park, Oregon

Volunteer Camp Host Needed At Cascade Locks, Oregon

BEAUTIFUL COLUMBIA RIVER GORGE VOLUNTEER CAMPGROUND HOST JOB AVAILABLE. Cascade Locks, Oregon, located on the Columbia River. General duties: reservations, fee collection, visitor information, mowing & cleanup. 25 hours per week in exchange for RV site including full hookup, internet, cable, free bridge crossing. Hours & days flexible, May 30 - Sept. 30. 12 FT VERTICAL CLEARANCE INTO PARK. Plenty of time to fish, hike & explore the Gorge. Please send resume or work history to Port of Cascade Locks, Melissa Warren,  mwarren@portofcascadelocks.org - 541-374-8619-97014.
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Paulina Camp Ground In The Newberry

National Volcanic Monument Area Is Needing

FS Camp Hosts May- Sept. In Oregon

Location: Newberry National Volcanic Monument Campgrounds Oregon Site Name: Paulina Camp Ground -  To visit webpage Click Here Number of Positions: 1 couple or individual Amp voltage: 30 Full amenity hook ups Dates: Full Season: May 20 – September 15, 2019    Description: FS Camp Hosts (May/June- Sept)– 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: 32 hours/week for single or 20+ hours/week for each person of couple to collectively cover 32 hours of shift. 5 days week with 2 consecutive days off.  Reimbursement is set per hosted site, not per person. Works split shift tentatively scheduled from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and again from 5:30- 9:00 p.m. @ 5 days/week for approx. 6.5 hour days= 35 hours. Reimbursed at $40/day = $800/month or approximately $3,400 per host site for a typical full season.  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 recordkeeping experience required. Willingness to assist with incidental light maintenance and fee compliance preferred.  Campground Administration Welcome visitors and answer questions, manage on-site reservations system, confirm walk up visitor’s payments.  Sells firewood under DYF accounting systems and or as a part of the electronic fee payment system. Sync’s electronic ranger fee systems tablets and collects camp fees for those requiring cash payments where electronic systems are used.   Assist with envelope collections as needed.  Completes incidental/touch up cleaning of restrooms and grounds.  Interpretation Delivers one high quality interpretive programs on the weekend in home campground during the evening. 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. It is anticipated that laundry service will be available at the nearby Paulina Visitor Center.  Dogs must be leashed at all times.  About the Area: The Newberry Caldera is a somewhat 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 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. Applications due: Ongoing, applications are being considered for 2019 and 2020 seasons, please indicate availability. Email: stacey.cochran@discovernw.org 

Little Crater Campground In The Newberry National Volcanic

Monument Area Is Needing FS Camp Hosts May- Sept. In

Oregon

Location: Newberry National Volcanic Monument Campgrounds Site Name: Little Crater Campground -  To Visit webpage Click Here Number of Positions: 1 couple or individual Host Site location is between sites 22 and 23, no actual site # ) Amp voltage: 50 Full amenity hook ups weak cellular connectivity Dates: Full Season: May 20 – September 30, 2019                Description: FS Camp Hosts (May/June-Sept)– 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: 32 hours/week for single or 20+ hours/week for each person of couple to collectively cover 32 hours of shift. 5 days week with 2 consecutive days off.  Reimbursement is set per hosted site, not per person. Works split shift tentatively scheduled from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and again from 5:30- 9:00 p.m. @ 5 days/week for approx. 6.5 hour days= 35 hours.   Reimbursed at $40/day = $800/month or approximately $3,400 per host site for a typical full season.  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 recordkeeping experience required. Willingness to assist with incidental light maintenance and fee compliance preferred.  Campground Administration Welcome visitors and answer questions, manage on-site reservations system, confirm walk up visitor’s payments.  Sells firewood under DYF accounting systems and or as a part of the electronic fee payment system. Sync’s electronic ranger fee systems tablets and collects camp fees for those requiring cash payments where electronic systems are used.   Assist with envelope collections as needed.  Completes incidental/touch up cleaning of restrooms and grounds.  Interpretation Delivers one high quality interpretive programs on the weekend in home campground during the evening. 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. It is anticipated that laundry service will be available at the nearby Paulina Visitor Center.  Dogs must be leashed at all times.  About the Area: The Newberry Caldera is a somewhat 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 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. Applications due: Ongoing, applications are being considered for 2019 and 2020 seasons, please indicate availability. Email: stacey.cochran@discovernw.org 

Josephine County Parks Has Immediate Park Host Openings

In Oregon

Come live in beautiful Josephine County! We have immediate Park Host openings at some of our county parks. Duties include maintenance around the park such as posting reservations, helping campers, public relations, woods sales, emptying garbage cans, general landscaping including raking, weed eating and blowing leaves, cleaning fire pits and bathrooms/showers. Park Hosts are on duty for 5 days per week. Hosts MUST have their own RV and bring with them excellent customer service skills. Candidates must pass a national background check and provide references. This position is a volunteer position, although there is no hourly pay there is a $200 monthly stipend in peak summer months. Park Hosts do live in the park and are given a Full Hook Up Site, with paid electric, water, sewer and trash. If interested send email to parks@co.josephine.or.us  Visit our website at www.co.josephine.or.us/parks  Shorewood RV Resort Is Accepting Applications For Work Campers Immediately, With At Least A 6 Month Commitment in Oregon $$ If you are looking for a relaxed stay on the Oregon coast in exchange for duties around the park, we are the park for you! The park is located on the beach just 12 miles north of Tillamook, near some of the best fishing, clamming, kite flying, beach combing and whale watching on the coast. We are known as the 'quiet, peaceful park' on the Oregon coast. We are looking for cheerful, outgoing couples to help us run our park. You will need your own RV. Your site and amenities of water, sewer, garbage, electricity, propane, wi-fi, cable tv and laundry facilities are provided. Pay is $10.25 per hour per person for every hour worked. 30 to 40 hours per week per person depending on campgrounds needs. A criminal background check and drug test are required prior to hiring. Visit our website at www.shorewoodrvpark.com  Mail to 17600 Ocean Blvd., Rockaway Beach OR 97136 or email, your resume including a photograph of your unit and/or email questions to shorewoodrv@aol.com  or call us at 503 355-2278.

Deschutes River Fly Shop & Camp Is Looking To Hire For

The 2018 Season In Oregon $$

The Deschutes River Fly Shop and Camp is a small private campground, RV park and fly shop across the highway from the Lower Deschutes River in sunny Central Oregon! The Position is for a Camp host/Fly Shop Manager/Grounds Keeper. An ideal qualified candidates would have the following qualifications; Most importantly an extensive background in fly fishing. Ideally with experience in working in a retail fly shop, or as a fishing guide, or similar. Current industry fly fishing product knowledge. Good computer skills, with the ability to learn quickly, new programs and registers. Experience in working as a camp host. Experience with lawn and mechanical maintenance with carpentry skills being a plus. Have a desire to live on onsite in their camper/RV or van through out the season (April into November) For exchange for compensation of a free RV site plus a monthly stipend. This is the perfect situation for semi retired fly fishing junky or trout bum who wants to live in a van down by the river! Couples encouraged to apply. Send email to vailborne@bendbroadband.com  Visit our Website at www.flyfishdeschutes.com 

Harbor Vista Campground Is Needing A Host Couple In

Oregon

Host COUPLE needed, Prefer retired, No children and no other outside job. Full hookup provide and $200.00 a month. Duties: Post and remove reservation tags, Blow the campsite, clean firepit pick up trash, Clean and stock restrooms, sell firewood, and provide customer service, data entry for drop ins and for selling wood, computer skills required. This can be a year round job with Jun- Sept being the busiest time. Days and hours: M_T_F_S_S Wed and Thurs off. Hrs would be 12-8pm except on our days off (M&T) you will be working from 8-8 Check out our website at www.lanecounty.org/parks  and click on Harbor Vista Please contact Mike at 541 997 5987 if interested. Thank You

Powerland Heritage Park Is Looking For Museum Hosts and

Caretakers In Oregon

Love History? Powerland Heritage Park, a 62 acre campus, is home to 14 museums celebrating the people, power sources, and machinery that drove Oregon logging, farms, transportation and more for over 100 years. Powerland Heritage Park is just off I-5 at exit 263 in Brooks, Oregon. We are looking for a retired couple to perform the duties of museum hosts/caretakers in a full-time capacity. In addition to a compensation package, the employees are provided residency (employees are responsible for utilities) in a replica farmhouse located on museum grounds for as long as they remain in Powerland’s employ. Employees will be required to work 24 hours per week per person. Employees will also be allowed reasonable personal time off during the off-season, October 1 through March 31. Duties shall include opening and remaining present during open hours of 9:00 am to 4:30 pm, maintain a nightly presence on site, receive guests and provide tours, notify appropriate contacts in case of emergencies, greet those wanting access to park grounds, collect visitor fees and provide membership applications. A background check will be required. Qualified applicants should submit a resume and references to jobs@antiquepowerland.com .

Bear Creek Park and Campground Is Looking For Park Host

In Oregon

Park Location: At the 6-mile marker on North Fork Road. The nearest towns are Mehama and Mill City. Bear Creek Park is 16.38 acres. This area of the Little North Fork Canyon receives heavy visitor use during the summer months. Bear Creek Park offers direct access to the Little North Fork of the Santiam River with good quality swimming, picnicking, and fishing. The park offers 15 camping sites, each with its own picnic table and fire pit. There are four pipe stands for water, four grey water sumps, two vault toilets, a paved public road and two parking lots. This is an  isolated site and the other closest facility is one mile away. Job Description: Host duties include interacting with a diverse public, checking in campers and collecting fees, firewood sales, litter pickup, trash removal, restroom cleaning and light trail work. Host will also track and provide user numbers and report area violations to appropriate authorities. Hook-ups: • Water • 50 amp electric • Septic holding tank (1,500 gal.) with alarm to signal when near full. • Marion County radio with phone patch is provided for official use. • Cell reception is not available. • TV reception may be available with satellite dish. (Host provides.) • Also available: radio reception, picnic table, fire pit, and various tools for maintenance purposes. Maximum RV Size: 40 ft. x 25 ft. asphalt pad and approach Service Dates: May 1 - October 31 Preferred Length of Service: 6 months Days per Week: Thursday – Monday required. Tuesday and Wednesday are days off. Minimum Hours per Week: 20 hours per person. Special Qualifications: Must have ability to meet public in a positive and friendly manner. Must be in good physical condition for walking around litter patrol and trail work. To Apply: Visit the Marion County Volunteer website http://www.co.marion.or.us/BS/VOL/Pages/default.aspx  and apply online. To receive an alternate version of this application, email volunteer@co.marion.or.us. Questions? Contact: Russ Dilley, Parks Coordinator Phone: (503) 588-5036 Email: rdilley@co.marion.or.us 

Scoop N Steamer Is A Small Cafe Looking For Seasonal Help

In Oregon

Scoop N Steamer has seasonal work, May thru Sept., in Sumpter, Oregon.  We are looking for persons who have their own RV and would like to work during this time and enjoy what our area has to offer.  You would have to pay your own space rent at one of the local RV parks, but would have a steady job at the cafe. Positions available are: Cooks Dishwasher Floor Persons Housekeeping      This is a great recreational area with ATV access, fishing (  Phillip Lake) hiking, gold panning, the Dredge, small tourist railroad, etc available. Email Richard at Scoopandsteamer15@gmail.com for more information. Visit our website at www.scoopandsteamer.com

Park Host Needed At River Forks Park - Douglas County

Parks Department

Provide direct service to the public to accommodate the recreational needs of users at River Forks Park. Will maintain and enforce regulations as a caretaker and watchman of a County park. Caretaker will receive housing at park rent free for their voluntary duties for the term of their contract. EXAMPLES OF PRINCIPAL DUTIES     1. Provide assistance to park visitors, which include: recreational information, assist with problems, deliver messages, maintain information center.     2. Patrol park/recreational site area; remind users of department policy and procedures; assure all users have left area before closing/lock up time.     3. Perform general maintenance of park facilities, grounds, and equipment; includes: daily cleaning of restrooms and wading pools, restock supplies; cleaning of other building, fire pits, picnic tables; unclog drains; general grounds upkeep; irrigate, weed, and mow; inspect shoreline maintenance at reservoirs.     4. Open and close park gate daily. Please visit http://www.co.douglas.or.us/parks/pdfs/VolunteerParkHostapplication.pdf   for application. Please complete application, background authorization form and return to 541-957-2062 (fax), email parks1@co.douglas.or.us, or mail to Douglas County Parks, Justice Building Room 116, Roseburg OR 97471. For information related to other available park host positions please visit http://www.co.douglas.or.us/parks/volunteer.asp  GUIDELINES Work is performed within established park policy and procedure, grounds and building maintenance reference materials, cleaning product reference materials and equipment manuals. PHYSICAL DEMANDS AND WORK ENVIRONMENT Regular and consistent attendance is required. Work is performed primarily in a park environment; may require bending, gripping with hands and fingers, hearing voice conversation, lifting up to 35 pounds, operating power tools and equipment, pulling, pushing, reaching standing and walking. Work is performed in an environment which involves everyday risks or discomforts and sometimes adverse weather conditions. A reasonable amount of driving is required.

Volunteer At Camp Wilkerson County Park

Do you have an RV and want to volunteer in beautiful Oregon?  Camp Wilkerson is looking for a volunteer to assist the park host.  This 280-acre secluded, forested site is a favorite among youth organizations and other groups. It's easy to "get back to nature" at this beautiful park. Duties would include assisting campers, light cleaning, selling firewood, mowing, etc. If you are interested, please contact Teresa Golson ASAP at 503-366-3965 or  parksdept@co.columbia.or.us.  You can view our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/CampWilkerson for photos of the park. Visit our website at www.co.columbia.or.us/parks.

Volunteer Park Host Needed At Depot City Park

Volunteer Park Host Position in beautiful Depot Park in Prairie City Oregon. www.prairiecityoregon.com Limited duties. To request an application Contact: Chris Camarena PO box 370 Prairie City, Or. 97869. 541-620-3100. pworks@ortelco.net. Prairie City Depot Park, Oregon

Volunteer Camp Host Needed At Cascade Locks, Oregon

BEAUTIFUL COLUMBIA RIVER GORGE VOLUNTEER CAMPGROUND HOST JOB AVAILABLE. Cascade Locks, Oregon, located on the Columbia River. General duties: reservations, fee collection, visitor information, mowing & cleanup. 25 hours per week in exchange for RV site including full hookup, internet, cable, free bridge crossing. Hours & days flexible, May 30 - Sept. 30. 12 FT VERTICAL CLEARANCE INTO PARK. Plenty of time to fish, hike & explore the Gorge. Please send resume or work history to Port of Cascade Locks, Melissa Warren,  mwarren@portofcascadelocks.org - 541-374-8619-97014.
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