Seasonal position to start immediately to October 14, 2023
Work schedule is Wednesday a.m. thru Sunday p.m. with Monday and Tuesday off.
We pay this position $750.00 per month (pro-rated for partial months) with Twin Falls County supplying a cell phone and cellular tablet. The County also provides water, power, propane, and waste services for the camp host while staying in the RV Park.
The Seasonal Camp Host is onsite to greet campers, to answer questions and provide information to the public regarding the RV Park. Checks Campers into RV sites and assists the Parks Department with reservations and maintenance of the park and notifies law enforcement and the Parks Director of any violations of law occurring on County Property.
- To represent Twin Falls County Parks and Waterways in an appropriate manner in appearance and attitude.
- To answer questions, provide information and assistance to visitors and to serve as liaison between campers and county.
- To have good communication skills.
- To abide by and oversee campground Rules and Regulations.
- To check campers into campground and/or assist campers with registration and payment needs.
- To perform very minor campground maintenance as needed and under the direction of Parks and Waterways staff or the Director.
- To notify Twin Falls County Sheriff’s Department concerning all law violations witnessed on county property.
- To collect data on any accidents that may occur and report to the Twin Falls County Parks and Waterways Office.
- To monitor RV Park for payment compliance of Campers.
- Past experience with camp host positions would be preferred.
- Provide their own self-contained RV to live in on site during scheduled shifts.
- Ability to walk or move over uneven terrain, use walkways and ability to check stationary and floating docks.
- Have a valid drivers license.
- Basic iPhone and iPad knowledge.
- Good public relation skills.
- Ability to enforce rules and regulations and deal with difficult situations with the general public.
- Ability to work with Parks lead and staff, as well as communicating and accepting directions from the Administrative Assistant and Director.
Temporary, Seasonal, and Reserve Deputy positions may or may not qualify for health insurance and retirement, depending on hours worked.