Idaho State Parks Summer Seasonal Jobs--Statewide Idaho
NOTE: We are only accepting applications through our website here: http://parksandrecreation.idaho.gov/seasonal-employment-idaho-state-parks/
Types of seasonal jobs
Building and Grounds Maintenance General cleaning of visitor center and office facilities; daily cleaning of public rest rooms, washing windows, vacuuming, dusting, and scrubbing floors; collecting and disposing of garbage and litter; minor repair of facilities and equipment; lawn mowing, trimming and irrigation.
Public Relations Greeting visitors; maintaining park publication inventory and displays; responding to information requests from management, staff and visitors; providing information in person and via email, phone, and fax.
Retail Maintaining retail displays of resale inventory, ordering replacement inventory, operating a cash register and making change for item sales; handling money including balancing and closing cash register; completing sales transmittals and making bank deposits.
Clerical Keeping required records and files, preparing correspondence and reports, or filing and compiling data for reports as directed.
Interpretive Program Presenting outdoor campfire programs and Junior Ranger programs for children. In addition you may be building wayside exhibits and interpretive signing, interior interpretive exhibits at park visitor centers, or producing brochures, and trail guides.
Resource Management Inventorying and monitoring plants and wildlife, treating noxious weeds, serving on a wildfire suppression crew, repairing fences, working on trails and restoring disturbed landscapes.
Marina Duties Fueling Boats and providing other assistance to boaters.
You should be able to perform routine maintenance tasks such as cleaning rest rooms, operate a variety of equipment, follow written and oral instructions, perform moderately heavy labor, work under adverse weather conditions, and deal appropriately and tactfully with others. Some positions require a valid driver’s license, standard First-Aid and CPR certifications. You may also be required to wear a uniform.