- Be at least 18 years old.
- Pass a criminal background check.
- Once Contracted, all Hosts are required to carry personal auto insurance: $250K/$500K bodily injury and property damage liability.
Skills, Knowledge And Abilities
- Ability to understand and follow the policies and procedures of the Host Program and Lane County Park Rules.
- Commitment to a respectful work environment, which is safe and inclusive for all park guests, staff and volunteers.
- Dedication to honor and keep volunteer commitments.
- Flexibility and excellent customer service skills. Campground hosts live in designated sites within the campgrounds and are subject to visits and requests for assistance at all hours of the day.
- Pets of hosts are welcome, and are limited to two pets. Hosts must observe park pet rules. Host must furnish proof of a current pet license for dogs.
- What are the benefits of being a park host?
Host Amenities & Benefits:
- RV site; full hook-ups, but may vary by park.
- Living and working in one of the most beautiful regions in the country.
- Working with park visitors from diverse of backgrounds.
- Two days off each week.
Campsite, Marina and Park Hosts contribute 20 hours of work weekly which supports and supplements the work of Lane County Parks staff and maintenance teams. While some scheduling flexibility is available, all Hosts are expected to work Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays and be available to respond to emergencies as they arise.
- Greet visitors, answer questions, hand out information and brochures, receive comments, and be readily accessible to the public during park hours
- Understand and explain County Park Rules to patrons.
- Sell Lane County Parks parking passes
- Open and close site gates
- Perform facilities inspections
- Prepare day use shelters for rent
- Report emergency situations
- Perform restroom janitorial services.