- Full Name: Mowhinna Creek Campground
- Location: Ganges, Saltspring Island
- Phone: Please email
- Expires: 16 days, 22 hours
Relief Campground Managers required ASAP for 2019 Season. Mowhinna Creek Campground is a 50 site campground centrally located in the middle of Saltspring Island.
We are looking for a mature physically fit couple to live onsite in your own RV and provide a minimum of 2 days (48 hours)/week relief to the Full Time Managers. Site rental will be off-set by 20% of the day’s revenue when working and option of paid labour outside working days.
When on duty one person will manage the office and bookings and the other will maintain washrooms, rake sites, water/weed landscaping, collect garbage, deliver wood, grass cutting/weed wacking as needed.
We are looking for a couple who are friendly and enjoy people, are self-starters, one must have some office skills and be able to multi-task (Moneris payments, email, and be able to use Excel spreadsheet in the booking process).
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