Reservations Agent/Office Assistant: Grande Prairie Rotary Campground
(One position available)
This position is being advertised in anticipation of funding under the Canada Summer Jobs (CSJ) initiative. To be eligible for this position
you must have been a full-time student during the previous academic year and be intending to return to full-time studies in the next
academic year. You also must be a Canadian citizen, a permanent resident or a refugee under the Immigration and Refugee Protection
Anticipated start Date: May 7/2012
40 Hours a week for 16 weeks. (No overtime)
You must be willing to work various shifts as assigned to cover office hours of 08:00am to 08:00pm Monday through Sunday.
Takes reservations for camping sites and processes payment. Check-in and checkout guests as well as general office functions.
Be cognizant of local and regional events to advise guests as to what is happening during their stay. Be familiar with local industry and
attractions in order to answer customer queries.
The laundry and shower facilities are an important amenity for guests; therefore, your duties will include sharing the cleaning of these facilities
with other staff on a rotational basis. Light office cleaning will also be required.
Training on reservations software and other job aspects will be provided on an ongoing basis.
You must be a friendly and an outgoing person with the ability to make our guests feel welcome.
Attention to detail is critical.
You must have excellent computer skills, and an above average ability to communicate face to face, on the telephone, and in written
How to apply:
Send your resume’s to: email@example.com
Bring them in person to our office after we open May 1 2012.
10747 – 108 street, Grande Prairie, Alberta.
The Rotary Club of Grande Prairie operates the campground on a not-for-profit basis. Proceeds from the campground provide a significant
contribution, along with other fund raising efforts by the club, to support and benefit community projects and organizations. Examples are: Air
Cadets, Golden Age Centre, Rotary House, (a shelter for the homeless), Rotary Field, (soccer facilities for youth), financially sponsored community
meeting room for the new library, and donations to the Regional College and QE11 Hospital as well as new projects identified as beneficial to the
community. The Campground directly supports tourism in the region.