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Vermont State Parks

2012 Seasonal Employment Application

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Thank you for your interest in Vermont's State Parks! Accurate information about you and your background will aid us in considering you for the appropriate position. The State of Vermont is an equal opportunity employer. Discrimination because of age, sex, race, color, creed, national origin, disabling condition, or any other nonmerit factor is prohibited. In submitting this application, the undersigned: (1)

Gives consent to Vermont State Parks for an investigation of employment history.

(2)

Understands that consideration for the position(s) applied for will be based on the information on this application and attachments.

(3)

Agrees that if hired by Vermont State Parks, he/she will comply with all rules, regulations, and policies as set forth.

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Understands that a background check may be required.

Applicant certifies that statements made on this application and attachments are true and complete and that nothing has been withheld that would affect this application. Applicant further understands that any false statement on this application may be considered cause for dismissal, if employed. I have read, understand, and agree to the above. Date: Name (please print):

Cell Phone:

Address:

Home Phone:

City:

State:

Zip:

Email:

Are you legally eligible for employment in the USA? Are you 18 years of age or older?

Yes

Yes

No

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Do you hold a valid motor vehicle operator's license?

Yes

No

Have you been convicted, imprisoned, placed on probation, under supervision, fined for violation of any law, including motor vehicle violations? If yes, explain in full on separate sheet, including dates. Yes No

Job Interest Position(s) applying for (refer to next page): Date available to start

Date must terminate

Prior employment with Vermont State Parks? If so, where and when? Locality preferred (refer to last page)

Yes

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Career Goals Please write a brief statement explaining what interests you about working for Vermont State Parks and what duties you would most like to perform.

Work Schedules - Please Indicate All You are Willing to Work Mornings:

Afternoons:

Part-Time:

5 days/40 hrs:

Evenings: 6 days/48+ hrs.:

Nights: Split shift:

Related Skills The following list of job skills represents occupational qualifications for many positions with Vermont State Parks. Please indicate level of competency by each appropriate skill. Rank from 1-5 (1 = expert to 5 = no experience) Bookkeeping/record keeping Cash/check/credit card handling Customer service Data processing First aid/CPR Building Maintenance/janitorial Grounds/landscape maintenance Management/supervision Public relations Building construction Training/development

Machine/equipment operations: Computer Keyboard ( wpm) Phone/answering machine Chain saw Lawn mower Tractor Power string trimmer Other: (specify)

Are there any other experiences, skills, or qualifications that you feel would especially fit you for work in our State Parks?

How did you hear about this position?


Education History Place a X next to the highest level reached 8

School Elementary High School College

Name of School

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/ College 1

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Course of Study

Address

Graduate School Military Educ/Rank Other: (specify) Are you attending school at the present time? If yes, what course(s) and where?

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No

Employment History - Start With Your Present Position Employer name:

Job Title:

Address: Job Duties From:

To:

Supervisor:

Phone:

Reason for leaving: Yes

May we contact this employer?

No

Employer name

Job Title:

Address: Job Duties From:

To:

Supervisor:

Phone:

Reason for leaving Yes

May we contact this employer?

No

Employer name

Job Title

Address: Job Duties From:

To:

Supervisor:

Reason for leaving May we contact this employer?

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Phone:

5+

Graduated? Yes or No


Personal References - (Not Relatives) Daytime Phone #

Name and Title or Relationship

Supplemental Information Have you been convicted, imprisoned, placed on probation, under supervision, fined for violation of any law, including motor vehicle violations? If yes, please explain in detail below and include dates:

Please explain in detail Include dates

Job Openings 2012 Office Jobs Administrative Assistant (PG 15 $12.78/hour). Montpelier/Waterbury area. Starts late March to early April. Provide administrative support to Parks Sales & Service Manager and backup Reservation Call Center. Assist with customer inquiries, web site development, photo processing, spreadsheets, park events, forms, publications, and a variety of administrative duties. Must have excellent communication and writing skills, computer skills and aptitude with strong knowledge of Word, Excel and Photo Shop as well as the ability to learn new computer programs quickly. Approximately 30 hours per week, weekdays. Year-round. Apply to Montpelier office. Call Center Customer Service Representative - General (PG 12 $11.14/hour) Montpelier/Waterbury area. Recruiting 2-3 positions, part time seasonal and part time year round. 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM, 2 - 5 days per week. No weekends. Serves as Customer Service Representative in Vermont State Parks Reservation Call Center (this is inside office work) answering customer inquiries, booking campground reservations and processing payments. Applicant must have great customer service and computer skills, including thorough knowledge of Microsoft Office applications and the internet. Ideal candidate will have thorough knowledge of Vermont, its state parks and recreational opportunities, and will have lived in Vermont for several years. Knowledge of bookkeeping preferred. Applicant must be able to work in team environment as well as independently. This position assists with administrative projects during slow periods. There are some perks like free camping, fishing licenses and admission to Vermont attractions, but there is no paid health insurance, vacation, or sick pay. Apply to Montpelier office.


Job Openings 2012 Outdoor Jobs Attendant I-IV (PG 5-8; $8.34/hour - $9.37/hour). Customer service, general buildings and grounds cleanup and/or park office duties such as fee collection and reservations with more responsibility in higher pay grades. Experience desirable. CPR & First Aid certification preferred. Higher level Attendant positions may also function as assistant manager in larger parks. Weekend work likely. Park Ranger I-IV (PG 10-17; $490.08 - $676.80/per week, including overtime). Serves as summer park manager or assistant manager responsible for customer experience and supervision of staff and park operations at a specific park. Ranger pay grades depend on size of park, complexity of operations and attendance. Previous experience in park operations and maintenance, or college education in park management preferred, but technical maintenance skills not necessary. Basic First Aid & CPR certification required. Working in excess of 48 hours per week required at times. Weekend and evening work required. In-park residency is usually required, for which housing is provided. Park Interpreter I or II (PG 10-11; $10.21/hour - $10.63/hour). Serves as a summer naturalist at one or two State Parks. Responsible for developing, scheduling and carrying out nature programs, hikes, recreation programs, etc. Prior related education and experience necessary. Requires working split shift schedules. Weekend and evening work required. Trail Crew Members and Trail Crew Leader (PG 10 and PG 12; $10.21/hour and $11.14/hour). Two roving 4person crews responsible for routine trail maintenance and technical trail projects in VT State forests and parks. Both northern VT and southern VTcrews will be traveling between work areas and may stay at nearby state parks during the work week. Basic first aid & CPR required. Previous trail experience and chainsaw use preferred. Must be able to work in back country. Apply to Northeast Parks (Region 4).

Please apply to one of the following regional state park offices: Northwest Parks (Region 3): Alburg Dunes, Burton Island, Grand Isle, Kill Kare, Knight Point, Lake Carmi, Sand Bar, Underhill. Address: Parks Regional Manager, 111 West Street, Essex Junction, VT 05452; Telephone 802-879-6565; email: robert.peterson@state.vt.us

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Northeast Parks (Region 4): Brighton, Crystal Lake, Green River Reservoir, Groton area parks, Little River, Maidstone, Smugglers Notch, Waterbury Center. Address: Parks Regional Manager, 5 Perry Street, Suite 20, Barre, VT 05641-4265; Telephone 802-476-0170. email: susan.bulmer@state.vt.us

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Southwest Parks (Region 2): Bomoseen, Button Bay, D.A.R., Half Moon, Kingsland Bay, Mt. Philo, Lake Shaftsbury, Woodford. Address: Seasonal Parks Hiring, 271 North Main Street, Suite 215, Rutland, VT 05701 Telephone 802-786-3851; email: rick.hedding@state.vt.us

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Southeast Parks (Region 1): Camp Plymouth, Coolidge, Ft. Dummer, Gifford Woods, Jamaica, Molly Stark, Mount Ascutney, Silver Lake, Thetford, Townshend, Wilgus. Address: Parks Regional Manager, 100 Mineral St., Suite 304 Springfield, VT 05156. Telephone: 802-885-8855 email: ethan.phelps@state.vt.us

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Montpelier Office: Administrative Assistant position and call center positions. Online applications only, please. email: rochelle.skinner@state.vt.us

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