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Antelope Lake Caretaker Employment Opportunity

Antelope Lake Regional Park requires caretakers to manage the park
for the 2020 season (Approx. May 1st – September 31st).

Duties include:

up keeping of all the grounds work, maintaining of equipment, painting if needed, running the concession, cleaning of bathrooms, picking up all garbages, enforcing all bylaws, collecting all camping/entry fees and other duties are required.

Safe food handlers course required for booth employees.
Must be willing to live at the park.

Good employment opportunity for a couple, as job requires two people
Or Park Board is willing to hire one booth manager (must live at park and run booth) and one maintenance manager (will have scheduled hours and could be called if there is a problem).

For more information or to apply contact

Sharisse Dyer
1-306-672-4002

Applications will be accepted until March 15, 2020 to:

Antelope Lake Regional Park Board
Box 493
Gull Lake, SK
S0N 1A0
or
email to antelopelakeregionalpark@hotmail.com

Antelope Lake Regional Park Board

Antelope Lake Caretaker Employment Opportunity SouthWest Saskatchewan Tourism  Jobs Antelope Lake Regional Park

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