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Lake Sherwood Recreation Area Is Looking For A Gatehouse Attendant

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Volunteer gatehouse attendants are the primary contact for all visitors to the Sherwood Lake Recreation Area. Gatehouse attendants are an integral and respected member of the recreation team on the Monongahela National Forest. Lake Sherwood is a complete family recreation area offering a wide variety of activities. Lake Sherwood, the largest lake in the Monongahela National Forest, is a 165-acre impoundment at an elevation of 2700 feet above sea level. The recreation area includes a large campground, swimming beaches, a picnic area, and trails.  Located at the end of State Route 14 near Neola, West Virginia. Duties and responsibilities of Gatehouse Attendants include: Opening and closing the campground gate daily Staff the Gatehouse to greet visitors, issue visitor permits and passes, collect fees, provide brochures and maps to visitors, compile daily use records, daily check/clean the gatehouse Provide updates to Ranger Offices and other recreation facilities on campsite availability Patrol the campground with a Forest Service provided electric cart to post reservation placards at campsites, open and close the beach-house, and maintain records of campground occupancy. Assist with delivery of campground programs (Smokey Bear, crafts, movie nights) Report maintenance issues and suspicious/inappropriate visitor activity to Forest Service staff members and/or law enforcement. Due to the nature of this position, couples or teams of 2 are preferred. Many times one member of the team will be out in the campground checking on campsites and relaying information back to the other member of the team at the gatehouse. In an effort to provide consistent and dependable service to our visitors this opportunity requires a commitment of a minimum of 6 weeks. Gatehouse Attendants must also be able to supply their own self-contained camping unit such as an RV, pull behind trailer, or fifth wheel trailer. Full hookups are available. To apply for a Camp Host position on the Monongahela National Forest, you will need to fill out a volunteer application and submit at least three references. Please note we conduct background checks on all applicants. A reimbursement for allowable expenses may be available.  A full hookup campsite is also provided for volunteer hours. Positions are available from late May-Labor Day Contact Matthew Edwards at 304-799-4334 or matthew.j.edwards@usda.gov for more information.

Lake Sherwood Campground Is Looking For Camp Hosts In West Virginia

Lake Sherwood, located at the end of State Route 14 near Neola, West Virginia, is a complete family recreation area offering a wide variety of activities. Lake Sherwood, the largest lake in the Monongahela National Forest, is a 165 acre impoundment at an elevation of 2700 feet above sea level. The recreation area includes a large campground, swimming beaches, a picnic area, and trails. Duties include: Greet campers as they come into your designated camping loop, make them aware of your presence. Answer any questions about the area, and inform visitors of the campground rules. Daily cleaning of your assigned restroom and campsites, (10 to 15 campsites): this includes removing ashes from fire rings, litter removal, raking gravel, and wiping down picnic tables. Reporting any accidents or incidents to Ranger on duty. Make sure each camper has the correct gate combination. ( we lock the main entrance gate each evening at 9pm) Inform campers of wildlife such as black bears so that they properly store food and dispose of trash. Volunteer is required to be onsite 6 days a week with 1 rest day. On scheduled days of service, you are to clean your assigned restroom in the morning and late afternoon. You are to clean campsites as campers vacate. After all sites and your assigned restroom is clean, you are free to enjoy the day, though you should be available to campers to answer questions. On your rest day, there will be another staff member assigned to clean your area. Camp hosts must supply their own self-contained camping unit such as an RV, pull-behind trailer, or fifth-wheel trailer. To apply for a Camp Host position on the Monongahela National Forest, you will need to fill out a volunteer application. We will request at least three references. Please note we conduct background checks on all applicants. A reimbursement for allowable expenses may be provided.  An electric and water hookup campsite is also provided for volunteer hours. Positions are available from late May-Labor Day Contact Matthew Edwards at 304-799-4334 or matthew.j.edwards@usda.gov for more information.

Revelles River Resort Is Looking For Work Campers In West Virginia $$

Work camp store, make reservations, check in reservations, help with events within the campground. Will trade camping spot for wages with hourly wage also. Must be drug free and dependable. Duties are unlimited. Holidays are required. Send email to cat73062@gmail.com Visit website at https://revelles.com/

Summersville Lake Retreat & Lighthouse Is Looking For Park Host In West

Virginia

Summersville Lake Retreat & Lighthouse invite Campground Host’s who want to be ambassadors to our region. Our Campground Hosts experience living in West Virginia’s most beautiful and historic area, Summersville Lake and the Gauley River National Recreation Area. Our Host’s can be individuals or teams such as a husband and wife. The schedules of our hosts allow them ample time to enjoy recreational activities with friends and family members. Hosts will have the opportunity to meet people from all walks of life and perhaps develop new friendships. One of the most important benefits Host’s receive is a sense of satisfaction that comes in knowing you have helped make the camping experience more enjoyable for other campers. They perform a variety of tasks such as greeting customers, handing out information, replacing restroom supplies, cleaning campsites, picking up litter and helping the manager with potential problems. Hosts will serve as official greeters and must like people, be courteous, outgoing and helpful to all of our guests. Hosts also need to be physically capable of performing these duties. Campground Hosts are also expected to be observant for situations within the campground that require immediate attention by staff and/or outside emergency assistance. Hosts provide their own lodging and are provided a free campsite with utility hookups and WIFI. This also provides a friendly presence in our campground. The Manager will approve specific duty hours and assignments not to exceed 25 hours per week. $9.50 an hour for hours worked over the 25 initial hours for the site. We ask for at least a commitment from April 1 – October 31 or longer. Hosts need to become familiar with local points of interest and the location where local services can be obtained; e.g., fuel, lp, bait, groceries. Hosts will perform light maintenance work around the campground such as litter pick-up, sweeping and stocking supplies at the showerhouse, making emergency minor repairs when possible and various other duties including Lighthouse Tour guide. Hosts will take no law enforcement measure other than being observant and advising users of unintentional infractions. Flagrant violators will be reported to the manager who is responsible for the campground. Hosts may be asked to serve as a witness for flagrant violators that have been observed. Hosts will set an example by being model campers, practicing good housekeeping at all times, in and around the host site, and by observing all rules and regulations. On Duty hours will be mutually agreed between the manager and the host. Responsibilities served in a variety of ways . . . . . Greet campers, answer questions and orient them to the park and region. Set example for others by keeping host site clean and neat. Be accessible to campers for comments or complaints. Understand and explain ~ not enforce ~ park rules and regulations. Help maintain campground ~ pick up litter, clean campsites after guests check out, replenish restroom supplies and assist in keeping the showerhouse clean. Check windshields for passes to ensure park fees are paid. Collect fees, if office is closed. Contact Park Staff and other law enforcement personnel about emergencies. Be available after office is closed to assist campers to their sites, collect fees and maintain quiet hours for on-site managers. Help with the day to day campground operations; assisting in office, yard work, helping with small construction projects, etc. Benefits Water/Electric/Sewage Hookup Campsite with WIFI Use of recreational amenities Staff shirt and Hat Wages $9.50 after working 25 hours for your site Photo is of Camp Host Site at the base of the Summersville Lake Lighthouse. We would love to have resumes with photos sent to our email address, slr278@yahoo.com or they can mail to our address: Summersville Lake Retreat, 278 Summersville Lake Road, Mount Nebo, WV 26679. If needing to speak to someone further, you can also contact our Office at 888-872-5580 and also visit our website at http://www.summersvillelakeretreat.com/ to read more about us!
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Lake Sherwood Recreation Area Is

Looking For A Gatehouse Attendant

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Volunteer gatehouse attendants are the primary contact for all visitors to the Sherwood Lake Recreation Area. Gatehouse attendants are an integral and respected member of the recreation team on the Monongahela National Forest. Lake Sherwood is a complete family recreation area offering a wide variety of activities. Lake Sherwood, the largest lake in the Monongahela National Forest, is a 165-acre impoundment at an elevation of 2700 feet above sea level. The recreation area includes a large campground, swimming beaches, a picnic area, and trails.  Located at the end of State Route 14 near Neola, West Virginia. Duties and responsibilities of Gatehouse Attendants include: Opening and closing the campground gate daily Staff the Gatehouse to greet visitors, issue visitor permits and passes, collect fees, provide brochures and maps to visitors, compile daily use records, daily check/clean the gatehouse Provide updates to Ranger Offices and other recreation facilities on campsite availability Patrol the campground with a Forest Service provided electric cart to post reservation placards at campsites, open and close the beach-house, and maintain records of campground occupancy. Assist with delivery of campground programs (Smokey Bear, crafts, movie nights) Report maintenance issues and suspicious/inappropriate visitor activity to Forest Service staff members and/or law enforcement. Due to the nature of this position, couples or teams of 2 are preferred. Many times one member of the team will be out in the campground checking on campsites and relaying information back to the other member of the team at the gatehouse. In an effort to provide consistent and dependable service to our visitors this opportunity requires a commitment of a minimum of 6 weeks. Gatehouse Attendants must also be able to supply their own self-contained camping unit such as an RV, pull behind trailer, or fifth wheel trailer. Full hookups are available. To apply for a Camp Host position on the Monongahela National Forest, you will need to fill out a volunteer application and submit at least three references. Please note we conduct background checks on all applicants. A reimbursement for allowable expenses may be available.  A full hookup campsite is also provided for volunteer hours. Positions are available from late May-Labor Day Contact Matthew Edwards at 304-799-4334 or matthew.j.edwards@usda.gov for more information.

Lake Sherwood Campground Is

Looking For Camp Hosts In West

Virginia

Lake Sherwood, located at the end of State Route 14 near Neola, West Virginia, is a complete family recreation area offering a wide variety of activities. Lake Sherwood, the largest lake in the Monongahela National Forest, is a 165 acre impoundment at an elevation of 2700 feet above sea level. The recreation area includes a large campground, swimming beaches, a picnic area, and trails. Duties include: Greet campers as they come into your designated camping loop, make them aware of your presence. Answer any questions about the area, and inform visitors of the campground rules. Daily cleaning of your assigned restroom and campsites, (10 to 15 campsites): this includes removing ashes from fire rings, litter removal, raking gravel, and wiping down picnic tables. Reporting any accidents or incidents to Ranger on duty. Make sure each camper has the correct gate combination. ( we lock the main entrance gate each evening at 9pm) Inform campers of wildlife such as black bears so that they properly store food and dispose of trash. Volunteer is required to be onsite 6 days a week with 1 rest day. On scheduled days of service, you are to clean your assigned restroom in the morning and late afternoon. You are to clean campsites as campers vacate. After all sites and your assigned restroom is clean, you are free to enjoy the day, though you should be available to campers to answer questions. On your rest day, there will be another staff member assigned to clean your area. Camp hosts must supply their own self-contained camping unit such as an RV, pull-behind trailer, or fifth-wheel trailer. To apply for a Camp Host position on the Monongahela National Forest, you will need to fill out a volunteer application. We will request at least three references. Please note we conduct background checks on all applicants. A reimbursement for allowable expenses may be provided.  An electric and water hookup campsite is also provided for volunteer hours. Positions are available from late May-Labor Day Contact Matthew Edwards at 304-799-4334 or matthew.j.edwards@usda.gov for more information.

Revelles River Resort Is Looking For Work Campers In West

Virginia $$

Work camp store, make reservations, check in reservations, help with events within the campground. Will trade camping spot for wages with hourly wage also. Must be drug free and dependable. Duties are unlimited. Holidays are required. Send email to cat73062@gmail.com Visit website at https://revelles.com/

Summersville Lake Retreat & Lighthouse Is Looking For Park

Host In West Virginia

Summersville Lake Retreat & Lighthouse invite Campground Host’s who want to be ambassadors to our region. Our Campground Hosts experience living in West Virginia’s most beautiful and historic area, Summersville Lake and the Gauley River National Recreation Area. Our Host’s can be individuals or teams such as a husband and wife. The schedules of our hosts allow them ample time to enjoy recreational activities with friends and family members. Hosts will have the opportunity to meet people from all walks of life and perhaps develop new friendships. One of the most important benefits Host’s receive is a sense of satisfaction that comes in knowing you have helped make the camping experience more enjoyable for other campers. They perform a variety of tasks such as greeting customers, handing out information, replacing restroom supplies, cleaning campsites, picking up litter and helping the manager with potential problems. Hosts will serve as official greeters and must like people, be courteous, outgoing and helpful to all of our guests. Hosts also need to be physically capable of performing these duties. Campground Hosts are also expected to be observant for situations within the campground that require immediate attention by staff and/or outside emergency assistance. Hosts provide their own lodging and are provided a free campsite with utility hookups and WIFI. This also provides a friendly presence in our campground. The Manager will approve specific duty hours and assignments not to exceed 25 hours per week. $9.50 an hour for hours worked over the 25 initial hours for the site. We ask for at least a commitment from April 1 – October 31 or longer. Hosts need to become familiar with local points of interest and the location where local services can be obtained; e.g., fuel, lp, bait, groceries. Hosts will perform light maintenance work around the campground such as litter pick-up, sweeping and stocking supplies at the showerhouse, making emergency minor repairs when possible and various other duties including Lighthouse Tour guide. Hosts will take no law enforcement measure other than being observant and advising users of unintentional infractions. Flagrant violators will be reported to the manager who is responsible for the campground. Hosts may be asked to serve as a witness for flagrant violators that have been observed. Hosts will set an example by being model campers, practicing good housekeeping at all times, in and around the host site, and by observing all rules and regulations. On Duty hours will be mutually agreed between the manager and the host. Responsibilities served in a variety of ways . . . . . Greet campers, answer questions and orient them to the park and region. Set example for others by keeping host site clean and neat. Be accessible to campers for comments or complaints. Understand and explain ~ not enforce ~ park rules and regulations. Help maintain campground ~ pick up litter, clean campsites after guests check out, replenish restroom supplies and assist in keeping the showerhouse clean. Check windshields for passes to ensure park fees are paid. Collect fees, if office is closed. Contact Park Staff and other law enforcement personnel about emergencies. Be available after office is closed to assist campers to their sites, collect fees and maintain quiet hours for on-site managers. Help with the day to day campground operations; assisting in office, yard work, helping with small construction projects, etc. Benefits Water/Electric/Sewage Hookup Campsite with WIFI Use of recreational amenities Staff shirt and Hat Wages $9.50 after working 25 hours for your site Photo is of Camp Host Site at the base of the Summersville Lake Lighthouse. We would love to have resumes with photos sent to our email address, slr278@yahoo.com or they can mail to our address: Summersville Lake Retreat, 278 Summersville Lake Road, Mount Nebo, WV 26679. If needing to speak to someone further, you can also contact our Office at 888-872-5580 and also visit our website at http://www.summersvillelakeretreat.com/ to read more about us!
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