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Camp Boat Driver, Annandale, MN


Job Requirements: Should be at least 21 years old with a driving license and good driving record. Should have previous experience with watercraft.

Responsible to: Aqua coordinator / Village Leader / Program Manager

1.  Hold a valid U.S. driver license, and has a clean driver’s record  with no more than one moving violation within the past three  years.
2.  Is responsible for driving the boat for ALL tubing activities
3.  Follows company vehicle policy and maintains clean & safe boats. 
 Responsible for checking condition of all boats and   communicating with Maintenance department regarding boat   repairs. 
4.  Assist with maintenance and cleaning of waterfront beach and   boating areas; clean, rake and haul weeds when necessary.
5.  Is responsible to assist in providing a safe environment for   campers to be involved in waterfront activities.  Assist in   their involvement in waterfront activities.
6.  Is responsible for helping campers safely in and out of the tube  and checking the condition of the tube, its cover and ropes.  Responsible for communicating with Maintenance department  regarding any necessary repairs.
7.  Help in assigned cabin when not working with waterfront duties.
8.  Carry out duties and responsibilities listed for Program Staff.
9.  To perform any miscellaneous duties requested by the administrative  staff.
10. Assist with planning and leading rainy day activities.


Camp Start date: May 28th, 2011
Camp Ending date: Aug 12, 2011
Starting wage is $180, plus shared room and board

For More Information Call: 952-852-0101 or 1-800-450-8376 ask for any Program Team member

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Send Resume/Application:
Friendship Ventures
10509 108th Street NW
Annandale, MN 55302
Fax: 952 852 0123         
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