Hiring Greeter - Lake Iroquois Boat Access

posted Apr 24, 2018, 5:56 PM by Lake Iroquois Association   [ updated Apr 24, 2018, 5:56 PM ]
Are you looking for part-time weekend work this summer?
Are you interested in helping the environment by controlling the spread of invasive plants and animals in Vermont's waterways?
Do you have good people skills and the ability to perform moderate physical tasks?

If so, you may be a good candidate for a Greeter position at the Lake Iroquois Boat Access! Greeters at the Lake Iroquois Boat Access will perform inspections on crafts such as boats, canoes and kayaks both entering and exiting the lake, as well as provide educational information to the public about the prevention of invasive plants and animals. Greeters will also use a high-pressure gasoline-powered washer on crafts both entering and exiting the lake to remove any invasive species. Great job for a Retiree looking for outdoor summer work, or a college student with an interest in aquatic biology and aquatic science, or anyone passionate about protecting Vermont's waterways.
  • Pay is $15.00 an hour.
  • The program will run weekends (Friday evening – Sunday) from May 25 through Labor Day.
  • Greeters will be trained by reps from the VT Department of Environmental Conservation on boat inspections and boat washing; this training will be in May prior to the season opening.
If interested please email me your resume and a cover letter to:
JIM JOHNSON, JJohnson@cssu.org