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POSITION AVAILABLE

North Prairie Bison Ranch of Leeds is currently seeking applications for the position of Accountant.  The responsibilities include accounting, data entry, payables & receivables, and financial reporting.  Communication skills to interface with customers are necessary.  We offer a salary commensurate with experience, health insurance coverage for the employee, and a SIMPLE IRA plan with company contribution.  Resumes may be mailed to North Prairie Bison Ranch, 5719 66th St, Leeds, ND 58356, or e-mailed to sue@northprairiesignature.com, or faxed to 701/466-2215.  For questions or to request an application, please call Sue at 701/740-8300.

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2016 SEASONAL POSITIONS

                                                                             

                                                     Grahams Island State Park

                                                         152 South Duncan Rd.

                                                         Devils Lake, ND. 58301

                                                                 (701) 766-4015

Email – dlsp@nd.gov

 

PARK RANGER: 4 Positions

 

Park Ranger is responsible for protection, interpretation, and maintenance of park features; fee collections; and visitor assistance.  To patrol and maintain security of all park property (1200 acres) to include significant areas as:  190-unit campground, park entrance, associated buildings, picnic areas, and beach area.  Other duties are:  visitor information; selling permits and tackle at the bait shop; radio communications; campground administration; rules and regulations enforcement; emergency services; public contact; vehicle operation; record keeping; firewood distribution; janitorial duties; general park maintenance; and other duties as assigned.

 

Rangers must maintain proper appearance standards and rapport with public. Have the ability to meet and communicate with park visitors, and have an interest in their welfare.  Rangers must be able to successfully complete law enforcement requirements of the park. Rangers must be at least 18 years of age with valid drivers’ license.

 

     DATES OF EMPLOYMENT:  Mid May to Labor Day

     SALARY:  $13.00/hour, starting salary

     HOURS:  40 hours/week - 8 hour/day, 5 days/week.  Weekends, day and night shifts

     UNIFORM:  Required.  Ordered and purchased by Park.

     HOUSING: Available at the Park

 

 

INTERPRETER: 1 Position

 

Interpreter is responsible for interpretive activities of the park from Memorial Day to Labor Day, to include: conducting Dakota Explorer and Campfire Programs; attend interpretive training; greet visitors; give guided tours; provide kid orientated programs along with adult programs or special events; maintain reports and files; do minor janitorial work, maintain park bulletin boards, maintain the Grahams Island history literature; and other duties as assigned.

 

Interpreter must maintain proper appearance standards and rapport with public. Should have a natural science or historical interest with the ability to meet and communicate with all people.  Computer skills would be helpful.

 

     DATES OF EMPLOYMENT:  Memorial Day to Labor Day

     SALARY:  $13.00/hour, starting salary

     HOURS:  40 hours/week - weekend work and weekend evenings

     UNIFORM:  Required.  Ordered and purchased by Park

     HOUSING:  May be available at the Park

 

MAINTENANCE: 5 Positions

 

 

Responsible for maintenance related activities in the State Park to include:  cleaning and sanitation of restrooms; mowing and lawn care; garbage and litter pickup; equipment and building maintenance; tree care; beach maintenance; special projects; and other related duties as assigned.

 

Must maintain proper appearance standards; be responsible in operation of park equipment; conform to safety standards; maintain good rapport with park visitors.  Should have a basic knowledge of maintenance operations; a valid driver's license; and be at least 16 years of age.

 

     DATES OF EMPLOYMENT:  Mid May to Early September

     SALARY:  $12.50/hour, starting

     HOURS:  40 hours/week.  8:00 AM to 5:00 PM, some weekends

     UNIFORM:  Required.  Ordered and purchased by Park.

     HOUSING:  May be available at the Park

 

PARK ATTENDANT: 5 Positions

 

Responsible for operation of park bait shop and entrance facility:  selling camping and vehicle permits; managing cabin & campsite reservations; operation of communications system (phone & radio); sales of bait, tackle, ice, fishing licenses, and souvenirs; stocking shelves; greeting visitors; dispensing of information; janitorial work; fund accountability; completion of reports; conducting surveys; may work with park interpreter on programs; and other duties as assigned.

 

Park Attendant must maintain proper appearance standards and rapport with public.  Should have a strong interest in people and the ability to meet and communicate with the public. Computer skills are essential.   Applicants must be at least 16 years of age.

 

     DATES OF EMPLOYMENT:  Mid May to Labor Day

     SALARY:  $12.50/hour, starting

     HOURS:  40 hours/week.  8-hour days, 5 days a week.  Weekends & Evenings.

     UNIFORM:  Required.  Ordered and purchased by Park.

     HOUSING:  May be available at the Park

 

 

 

If interested in applying for a position, please contact us by e-mailing dlsp@nd.gov or by calling the Devils Lake State Park office at 701-766-4015, indicating the position that you are interested in. Applications are submitted online by clicking on the HRMS link at parkrec@nd.gov, and typing in park name and the job you are interested in. Applications can be submitted for more than one position.

 

AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

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 Summer Employment

 

SEASONAL POSITIONS AVAILABLE FOR SUMMER

Looking for summer employment?

Visit us on March 8th 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM at

 Nelson Science Hall, Dakota College at Bottineau

at the North Dakota State Park Information Booth.

All positions open!

 

 Positions Available Starting Wages Listed

Rangers $12-$14/HR

Attendants $12-$14/HR

Interpreter $12-$14/HR

Maintenance $12-$14/HR

Positions open at Grahams Island State Park and Lake Metigoshe State Park.

To submit application go to: www.parkrec.nd.gov  - click on JOBS link - scroll through and click on job you would like to apply for and follow directions.

You may apply for more than one position

 

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INTERNSHIPS

 

For immediate release: 

Contact: Eden McLeod 

info@farrms.org 

www.farrms.org 

701-486-3569 

 

 

FARRMS SEEKING INTERNS FOR ON-FARM INTERN PROGRAM 

 

(MEDINA, ND – Mar. 24, 2016) – FARRMS is now accepting applications for an opportunity to learn hands-on farming and ranching skills with the FARRMS Intern Program. Farm owners and operators are also encouraged to apply to become a host farm.  

 

The program will provide beginning farmers and ranchers’ real world training in sustainable agriculture through an innovative cooperative education program. FARRMS combines hands-on training, classroom learning and farm-based education on a diverse network of family farms in North Dakota. Experienced farmers have the opportunity to share their skills and knowledge with the next generation of farmers. 

Interns may choose the type of farm or farming you would like to learn. Participants that qualify for the program will live and work full time on a host farm for a growing season receiving ongoing instruction and learning in-depth skills unique to the host farmer’s operation.  Slots are limited so apply as soon as possible. 

Farm tours and a free library of books will broaden the experience and expose interns to the vast array of knowledge and expertise in our farming community. In addition to the hands-on education and training, participants in the FARRMS program are offered a sense of community and social networking unavailable in many farm internship programs. The goal of the FARRMS internship program is to prepare beginning farmers and ranchers with the fundamental skills and concepts of operating a successful farm. 

Interns begin networking with potential farms any time after applying and should be placed by May 15. The season ends anytime until the end of November. Applications can be downloaded at http://www.farrms.org/farrms-intern-program.html and must be submitted as soon as possible. Room and board, tuition and a $200 a week stipend will be provided based on individual host farms. Farms may host up to three interns. 

For more information contact FARRMS at info@farrms.org or 701-486-3569. 

FARRMS is a nonprofit based in Medina that focuses on sustainable and organic farming, local food and farm to school. 

 


 

 

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Employers: If you would like to announce opportunities on this board, please feel free to e-mail me. 

Kayla O'Toole
Director of Distance Education
Phone: 701-228-5479
Email: kayla.otoole@dakotacollege.edu

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