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Spring Mill State Park Seeks Seasonal Workers
Updated May 5, 2013 1:11 AM
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(MITCHELL) - Spring Mill State Park is accepting applications for 2013 for craftspeople in the Pioneer Village and for a variety of other seasonal jobs on the property.

The park is looking for people with experience in blacksmithing, woodworking, broom making, weaving or any other heritage crafts. Housing may be available for those not from the area.

Other areas for which seasonal openings are available include maintenance, housekeeping, gate attendants, store clerks, concession stand operators, cave guides, natural history interpreters and lifeguards (with certification).

Most positions begin in late April, but some are available as early as April 8. A few others start in mid-May.

The lifeguard season ends on Labor Day. All other positions work until mid-October. Some positions have reduced work hours from Labor Day until mid-October. Most positions are scheduled for five days per week, with a mixture of day and evening shifts. Weekend work is required for all positions.

For most positions, the pay is $7.38 per hour. Lifeguards earn $8.75 per hour due to certification requirements, and interpreters and craftspeople are paid $9.89 per hour. Health insurance and other benefits are not available.

Interested applicants must apply online at www.IN.gov/jobs. Applicants must first create an applicant profile with education and work history, then search the online job bank for available positions and apply for each position of interest. For more information, contact the park office at (812) 849-3534.

Spring Mill State Park is at 3333 State Road 60 East, Mitchell, 47446.



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