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Part-time jobs available!

Historic Oak View County Park is a 19th-century farmstead, including a historic farmhouse (c. 1855) and a number of historic outbuildings: Plank Kitchen (c. 1825) and the Livestock Barn, Cotton Gin House, and Carriage House (all c. 1900), and a more modern Farm History Center, which is used to welcome visitors to the site. Oak View's mission to interpret North Carolina's agricultural heritage is carried out through a variety of educational programs, special events and exhibitions, as well as two interactive areas for children, a livestock program (goats), herb garden, and pecan and fruit orchards.
 

 
Park Aide – Operations (1 position vacant)
 
Park Aide-Operation (PA-Ops) employees work a maximum of 20 hours/week and usually work one weekend per month (but sometimes two weekends per month in months with large special events that require all staff). All PA-Ops involved with general site maintenance, basic carpentry, grounds and gardens maintenance, livestock care, and customer service. Hiring Range is $8.19–$10/hour, commensurate with educational background and job-related experience.
 
For more information, please see the full job description. Position open until filled.
 
To apply, please send a resume and application to Matt Southern, Assistant Park Manager – Operations, at Matthew.Southern@wakegov.com.
 
Please note: Background checks are required before employment can begin.
 

 
  
Wake County Government is an equal opportunity employer and values diversity at all levels of the organization.

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Created at 7/3/2012 1:05 PM by Sara E. Drumheller
Last modified at 7/31/2014 4:17 PM by Sara E. Drumheller
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