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Campground Maintenance - 2020 

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Category Campgrounds  

Summary of Job Purpose

The Campground Maintenance employee is primarily responsible for the daily and weekly maintenance of all campground facilities including restrooms, campsites, and booths. This work includes cleaning, trash removal, minor repairs to buildings and signs, guest interaction, driving and walking.

A professional appearance at Dodge Ridge is required.  Please wear your name tag and uniform at all times during your scheduled shift.  We will provide most of the uniform for you to do your job.  However, you will be required to provide some items as part of your job.  The quality, color, and style of the items must be approved by your manager prior to being worn to work.  All hats worn must have the Dodge Ridge logo while on shift.

Job Duties and Responsibilities


This job description is intended as a summary of the primary responsibilities of and the qualifications for the position. The job description is not intended to be inclusive of all duties an individual in the position might be asked to perform or of all the qualifications that may be required now or in the future. We will not ask you to perform a task that is inherently unsafe or that you are not adequately trained to perform. When we do ask for your assistance with any job we expect an enthusiastic and cooperative response.

Each day you will have specific work to perform which includes the following:

  1. Greet guests and answer any questions that they may have.
  2. Explain the campground layout and direct guests to campsites.
  3. Daily and weekly maintenance of restrooms, booths, and campsites.
  4. Learn and follow the Dodge Ridge Safety Plan.
  5. Operate vehicles in and out of the campgrounds.
  6. Use and care of radio equipment

Maintenance Schedule

Daily Restroom Maintenance

  1. Clean toilet bowls, seats, and urinals.
  2. Ensure the interior is free of dirt, trash and graffiti.
  3. Ensure floor is free of standing water.
  4. Ensure sink is clean and functional.
  5. Toilet paper is stocked.
  6. Keep restroom odor free.
  7. Walls windows and mirrors cleaned.
  8. Sweep and clear walkways.
  9. Empty Garbage can ( if over ½ full )
  10. Restroom perimeter free of litter.

Weekly Restroom Maintenance:

  1. Wash exterior walls, eaves and windows.
  2. Eaves free of wasps nests, and cobwebs.
  3. Roof free of leaves and branches.
  4. Storage closets neat and stocked.
  5. Signs and bulletin boards fresh and up to date.
  6. Scrub down wash closets and sink.

Daily Campsite Maintenance:

  1. Ensure table tops and seats free of dirt grease and graffiti.
  2.  Ensure tables are free of cobwebs on base.
  3.  Remove ash from Bar-B-Q rings if over ½ full.
  4.  Stack left over wood beside unit.
  5.  Ensure Bar-B-Q rings functional.
  6.  Grill surface of Bar-B-Q rings free of grease or dirt.
  7.   Remove ashes or wood outside of Bar-B-Q rings.
  8.   Remove any litter and trash.
  9.   Trees free of nails, wire, rope, etc.
  10.   Remove all tripping hazards.
  11.   Barriers are straight and functional.
  12.   Repair all directional and informative sign.

Weekly Campsite Maintenance:

  1. Sweep white line on parking pad so it is visible to campers.
  2. Clean all Bar-B-Q rings of ash and debris if over ½ full.

3.   Sweep dumpster pads after the dumpsters have been dumped.




Somewhat unpredictable circumstances will determine how much of your work day will involve these types of activities.


  1. Maintaining clean workstations including emptying trash containers and sweeping floors.
  2. Sweeping or washing down work areas.
  3. Picking up litter throughout the complex.
  4. Minor maintenance on vehicles.
  5. Cleaning and caring for vehicles.
  6. Cleaning the break area after breaks.
  7. Able to lift 50 lbs or more.
  8. Maintain a neat and orderly work space.
  9. Assist other employees when asked.
  10. Properly store and maintain all tools.
  11. Give accurate information concerning the location of the facilities of the campgrounds.


Position Requirements

Job Qualifications

  • Ability to work with others, be well groomed and present a good public image. Ability to work with a diverse public and to provide quality customer service.
  • Ability to communicate well with others, both verbally and written.  Must possess strong conflict resolution skills.
  • Possess ability to multi-task, work independently, trouble shoot and prioritize.
  • Ability to operate a variety of hand and power tools.
  • Ability to work outdoors in a variety of work conditions.
  • Ability to perform a variety of carpentry, plumbing, electrical and landscaping tasks.
  • Safe working habits at all times and strict adherence to the Dodge Ridge Safety Policies.
  • Ability to lift heavy objects with weights up to and in excess of 50 lbs.
  • Good manual and physical dexterity and good physical fitness.
  • Be punctual, honest, trustworthy and possess good judgment
  • Must possess a valid driver's license and meet the Motor Vehicle Record qualifications as outlined in the Fleet Safety Program.

Job Attitudes

  • Provide a positive and helpful attitude towards all our guests, the diverse general public, and all Dodge Ridge employees.
  • Support the Company’s policies and procedures.
  • Ability to work positively with other campground employees and other staff members.
Full-Time/Part-Time Seasonal  
Position Campground Maintenance  
Close Date  
Exempt/Non-Exempt Non-Exempt  
Open Date 3/9/2020  
Location Dodge Ridge Ski Area  
About the Organization Dodge Ridge, located in Tuolumne County, is a complete winter sports area featuring downhill skiing, snowboarding, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing with 60 runs, 12 lifts, 1600' vertical, groomed trails, two restaurants, adult and children programs, and rentals.

Tuolumne County is the recreational and cultural center of the Gold Country, offering a variety of outdoor activities including skiing, biking, hiking, rafting, fishing, camping, and more. The arts, theater, museums, and entertainment abound. Located two hours from the Bay Area, the Sierra Nevada foothills area is uncrowded, where the comfortable lifestyle exists at a more than comfortable price.

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