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Job Title:    Lodge Caretaker & Housecleaner

Job Description:  Housekeeper at Riverside Mountain Lodge
Are you ready to bring your upbeat energy and join our vibrant family at Riverside Mountain Lodge? We are thrilled to offer an exciting opportunity for an enthusiastic housecleaner to become an integral part of our dynamic team. At our lodge, we believe in creating a joyous atmosphere where our guests can relax, recharge, and reconnect. If you have a passion for cleanliness, love tackling challenges, and enjoy working in a positive environment, then this is the perfect position for you!
Responsibilities:
1. Team Harmony: As a housecleaner, you will be part of our close-knit team, where teamwork and camaraderie are paramount. We value the importance of building strong relationships with our teammates and assistant managers, creating a fun and supportive work environment that feels like a second family.

2. Eco-Friendly Cleaning Magic: We're committed to making a positive impact on the environment, and you'll play a vital role in our sustainability efforts. As a housecleaner, you'll use eco-friendly cleaning products and techniques, making our lodge sparkle while minimizing our ecological footprint.

3. Impeccable Attention to Detail: Your magic touch will ensure that our rooms, laundry room, lobby, and kitchens are squeaky clean and inviting. From dusting to mopping and making beds, your meticulous approach will make each space shine with perfection.

4. Reporting and Maintenance Extraordinaire: With your keen eye, you'll promptly report any broken or missing items to your supervisor, ensuring that every room is flawlessly appointed and ready for our guests. Additionally, you'll excel at maintaining the laundry room's organization, ensuring fresh linens and towels are readily available.

5. Grounds Beauty: As a housecleaner, you'll be responsible for maintaining the pristine appearance of our lodge's grounds. This includes vigilant trash removal and eliminating any pet waste to create an environment that's not only visually appealing but also smells delightful.

6. Deep Cleaning Delight: We love going the extra mile, and you'll have the opportunity to showcase your deep cleaning skills in our kitchens. By leaving no stove unscrubbed and no countertop unpolished, you'll play a key role in ensuring our culinary spaces are hygienic and pristine.

7. Guest Enchantment: Our guests' happiness is at the heart of everything we do. Your commitment to cleanliness and meticulous attention to detail will help create an extraordinary experience for each guest. By providing clean, comfortable, and inviting rooms, you'll contribute to our guests' relaxation and guarantee they feel right at home.

Qualifications:
- While previous housecleaning experience is preferred, we value your enthusiasm, positive attitude, and willingness to learn.
- Your impeccable attention to detail and strong work ethic will shine through in your cleaning practices.
- The ability to work independently as well as harmoniously with our team is crucial.
- Outstanding communication skills, coupled with a warm and friendly demeanor, will ensure excellent interactions with guests and colleagues alike.
- A passion for creating an upbeat and welcoming environment for our guests will make you a perfect fit for our team.

If you're excited to embark on a thrilling journey with Riverside Mountain Lodge and take pride in your role as a housecleaner, we want to hear from you! Join our dedicated team today and be part of the magic that makes our lodge a truly unforgettable destination. Apply now and let's create extraordinary adventures together!

Available Shifts and Compensation Range:    DOE

To learn more about us, check out RiversideMtnLodge.com



Cook

Job Description:  Cook needed for fast paced, small cafe. Breakfast and lunch only.

Qualifications:  Experienced short order cook preferred.

Shifts - Salary:  Friday, Saturday and Sunday 7:30am-4pm.  Wage depending on experience.

Employer - contact info: 

Bassett's Station 100 Gold Lake Rd. Sierra City, CA 96125

BRobinson@BassettsStation.com

Custodian in beautiful wilderness setting!

JOB DESCRIPTION  Submit Staff Interest Form here:

https://shaffer.campintouch.com/ui/forms/interest/staff/App

App Position:     Custodian 

Desired Qualifications:  Desire and ability to work at a children’s camp in a wilderness setting  Experience in basic cleaning, including floors, walls, showers, toilets, sink, trash removal, vehicles Knowledge and ability to work with common cleaning tools and equipment  Ability to drive a California Class “C” vehicle (sedans, minivans, pickup trucks)  Holds a driver’s license in good standing and is insurable Ability to do assigned tasks with minimal supervision Desire and ability to shop for supplies and make reasonable decisions to save money while maintaining quality  Ability to track supplies on-hand and reorder either online or in person Anticipates where their help may be needed; flexible and adaptable to address unexpected and unscheduled needs Ability to work well with others  Ability to accept supervision  Good character, integrity, and adaptability  Enthusiasm, sense of humor, good judgment, patience, and self-control   Responsible To:     Directors and Assistant Director  Camp Goals:      To help children take another step toward becoming happy, healthy, well-adjusted adults by working to develop critical life skills including independence, self-confidence, self-esteem, and social competence through a safe, non-competitive, largely team-oriented wilderness adventure program through which children can have fun and make friends while increasing these skills and their appreciation of nature.  https://highsierracamp.com/

General Responsibilities: To maintain the cleanliness of Camp’s facilities   Specific Responsibilities:   To assist in the opening of the Camp, including a deep clean after the winter, unpacking and moving cleaning supplies and equipment, and replacing light bulbs as needed To assist others in various opening-Camp chores and projects as needed To make rounds through Camp cleaning bathrooms, removing trash as it accumulates, sanitizing high-touch surfaces, sweeping/vacuuming floors, and ensuring common areas are tidy by cleaning up forgotten plates, cups, flatware, balls, clothes, etc.  To perform basic troubleshooting such as unclogging toilets and sinks To resupply bathrooms with consumables such as hand towels, toilet paper and soap To keep apprised of supply levels and to purchase, pickup, unload, move, and store supplies  To remove all trash from various buildings and areas of the camp as needed and place in dumpster  To rake the Commons where people eat To drive camp vehicles to perform chores such as shopping trips To clean Camp-owned and leased vehicles inside and out To assist the Facilities Engineer as needed in conducting daily vehicle safety inspections and maintaining records  To assist the Facilities Engineer as needed in maintaining/improving facilities, including painting and staining structures,   To help close the Camp at the end of the season, which is essentially the reverse of opening To make suggestions for Camp improvement  To work on special projects as needed  These are not the only duties to be performed. Some duties may be reassigned and other duties may be assigned as required   Essential Functions:   Cognitive and communication abilities to carry out the specific responsibilities noted above Possess strength, endurance and ability to operate electrical and mechanical equipment including power tools such as a drill and sewer snake/rooter ; to use hand tools such as a hammer, screw driver, wrench, vice, pliers, file, rasp, mop, and plunger; to lift/unload/move equipment and supplies; to maintain appropriate inventory of supplies; to climb a 30’ ladder  Ability to carry out all duties at an elevation of at least 6,200 feet  Ability to lift 90 lbs to a height of four feet repeatedly  Possess physical ability to move throughout the camp, climb stairs and ladders  Visual, olfactory, and auditory ability to identify and respond to environmental and other hazards related to the facilities  

Salary:  $545/Week

Phone:  415-897-0316

info@highsierracamp.com


49 THINGS TO DO ON HWY 49

because memories aren't made playing video games

No 7:  VENTURE THROUGH OUR DOORS...

and explore the display of historical locations and objects from our Gold Rush period. Visit the Kentucky Mine and Museum in Sierra City, Downieville Museum, Goodyears Bar Museum, Underground Gold Miners Museum in Alleghany  or The Milton Gottardi Loyalton Museum and Historical park in Loyalton.

49 THINGS TO DO ON HWY 49

because memories aren't made playing video games

No 2:  CANNON POINT...

At the vista point overlooking the town of Downieville sits a cannon which was purchased by Dr. E. G. Bryant in San Francisco, and brought to Downieville on July 1, 1862. It weighs twelve hundred pounds, fires a twelve pound ball and was used for celebrations, special events, and Independence Day, to add a bit of excitement to the day. It once proved to be deadly, due to a premature discharge. Today it sits as a silent sentry at the entrance of Downieville.

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