//(1)\ GUEST REGISTRATION includes: Registration of incoming guest, reservations on K2, printing reports, communicate with guest services for guest needs & escorts, watering flowers, keeping office tidy, opening/closing of the registration office, cash handling, store stocking/sales, help guests plan their stay by sharing recommendations on things to do and places to see.
//(2)\ RESTROOM & LAUNDRY CLEANING includes: Cleaning, restocking, and maintaining the guest restrooms/showers. Watering flowers around the restrooms. Cleaning and maintaining the laundry room. Cleaning pavilion after use. Restocking supplies as needed. Communicate any maintenance needs or issues with management as they arise. You will have a lot of guest interaction during your duties and should always have a pleasant smile and attitude.
//(3)\ GUEST SERVICES / MAINTENANCE includes: Morning checks around the property, bathroom/laundry room/machine checks, cleaning sites, dog park & dog bag station checks, help new guest arriving to their sites, help with issues as they arise in the park, answer questions guest might have as you are in the park, landscaping upkeep (mowing/weed eating/ weed spraying), perform small repairs independently, communicate with office/management staff on guest and park needs, assist on larger repairs/improvement projects as needed. You will be very visible to the guest during your duties and should always be willing to greet them with a pleasant smile and attitude.
Job ID 54372
The beautiful Northernmost KOA campground with 150 RV and tent sites between Fairbanks and North Pole Alaska has almost all staff hired with only one team position is open for our 2024 summer season. Couples/teams will typically work the same shift with one working registration and/or cleaning restrooms & laundry room. The other will be outside cleaning sites, escorting, ground maintenance, and general maintenance of the park as needed. You both should be personable, reliable, & self motivated. Most importantly the main responsibility is to give our guests a great experience with outstanding customer service – always with a smile and to be proud to be working at the Northernmost KOA in the Last Frontier. Many guests have driven thousands of miles through some rough stretches of road and are looking forward to a great adventure. In return you will be able to experience the midnight sun, summer solstice, travel to the arctic circle, visit Denali with North America’s highest peak, meet Santa Claus, possibly see the northern lights, and so much more.
It is preferred that you bring prior workamping experience with at least one season at a KOA.
Season: May 15th – September 15th. Arrival dates will begin May 5th and will be discussed on interview.