By the edhat staff
The County’s Community Services Department is seeking to hire two trail assistants at Hot Springs to communicate rules and contact authorities for any emergencies.
This position is important in promoting better relations between trail users and residents near the trail, and a part of the County’s responsibility protecting the public safety of both groups, according to the County.
It’s a non-permanent position established on a temporary basis to meet peak loads, unusual work situations, seasonal and recurrent work, intermittent assignments, or emergencies. It pays $23.00 – $25.00 per hour.
Other examples of duties include notifying visitors of high fire risks and parking restrictions, monitoring the trailhead, giving warnings and the option to issue citations after receiving the appropriate training, complete incident reports and track trail use data, and remove debris and litter.
More details on the position can be found here.