- Are you looking for a part-time Summer job that pays $18/hour?
- Want to help our wonderful Lake Iroquois keep over 50 invasive plants and animals out of the lake
- Do you have an interest or education in environmental or aquatic science?
- Would you like to meet other people who love our lake as they come to launch their kayaks, paddleboards, motor boats?
The Lake Iroquois Association is looking for friendly, responsible people to be Greeters at the public boat access. Duties include welcoming boaters to the lake, providing helpful information about efforts to protect the lake from invasive aquatic species, completing an assessment boats entering and leaving the lake, and power washing boats when needed to help prevent potential spread of invasive species.
No experience necessary. We provide training. The greeter station operates Friday afternoons, and all day Saturday and Sunday from Memorial Day to Labor Day with some additional hours around the holidays. Flexible scheduling. Typical shifts are usually 6 hours. Pay is $18.00/hour
This is a great way to serve the community, enjoy the lake, and get paid!
For more information or to submit your resume, please send an email to Mark at lakeiroquoisassociation@ or call Mark at 802-310-4841. gmail.com
You can find more information about the Lake Iroquois Association Greeter Program here.