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Experience the natural beauty of Washington State Parks and get paid to do it! The Park Aide performs a variety of tasks at a State park, beach, or historical area. A typical work day may include anything from registering campers and collecting camp fees, to cleaning facilities, area beautification, or explaining park rules. The specific duties will have some variation by park location.
This recruitment will be used to fill multiple non-permanent Park Aide positions located throughout the Sequim Bay Area; Sequim Bay and Bogachiel State Parks. Most positions are 3-5 months in duration, beginning in April-May. The number of vacancies and housing availability will vary from park to park.
Positions may be scheduled to work 40 hours a week during the busiest months but may be scheduled for less than full-time at the beginning and end of the season .
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Note: This recruitment will remain open continuously; the hiring authority reserves the right and may exercise the option to make hiring decisions at any time and close the recruitment.
Sequim Bay State Park - (located in Clallam County) is a year-round, 92-acre marine camping park with 4,909 feet of saltwater coast in the Sequim 'rainshadow,' just inside Puget Sound on the Olympic Peninsula. The bay is calm and the air is dry, thus making this a popular marine park with boaters. Other features include a tennis court, baseball field, horseshoe pits, beach combing, interpretive opportunities, and the paved Olympic Discovery Trail.
Bogachiel State Park - (located in Clallam County) is a thickly forested 123-acre camping park on the banks of the Bogachiel River. 'It isn't the end of the world, but you can see it from there.' So goes a popular Northwest saying about this vicinity. The remote park, located on the tip of the Hoh Rainforest of Washington state, abounds in lush vegetation.
Under the supervision of the Park Ranger, Park Aides perform a variety of tasks at a State Park, beach, or historical area. A typical work day may include anything from registering campers and collecting camp fees, to cleaning facilities, mowing lawns, or explaining park rules. The specific duties will have some variation by park location.
Primary duties include, but are not limited to:
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