Fairgrounds & Parks Crew Assistant

Location: Park County Fairgrounds and Parks Department
Posted: 04/13/2022

Seasonal Fairgrounds & Parks Crew Assistant


 Work Unit:       Park County Fairgrounds & Parks Department (PCFP)

 Current Classification:


_Pay Grade:     Grade 4 ($14.00 - $18.00)    Title: Fairgrounds & Parks Crew Assistant

Work Schedule: 10 - 25 hours per week until June and then 35 - 40 hours per week during peak season. Hours will depend on date hired. This position does permit some flexibility of scheduling. Contact (406) 222-4185 to inquire about current hours available.

 Supervisor:    Park County Fairgrounds and Parks Director



 Position Overview: This position is a seasonal position not to exceed 1000 hours with Park County. The position must be able to work a schedule to meet the needs of our customers at the Fairgrounds and Parks.




Facilities & Grounds Maintenance:


a)     Make safety of self and others a top priority at all times.

b)    Provide manual tasks related to grounds keeping, cleaning and preparation of facilities for activities that are held on PCFP facilities and/or properties (properties include: Fairgrounds, Arch Park, Confluence Park, Green Acres Park, Silvergate Park).

c)     Maintain the cleanliness and organization of all facilities, grounds, tools, supplies, equipment, and other items belonging to the PCFP Department.

d)    Attend to the security of the grounds and buildings of fairgrounds, comprised of twelve buildings and the arena and implementing seasonal opening and close-down procedures.

e)    Perform general and special maintenance and upkeep on PCFP facilities and equipment as required.


Other Duties as assigned:

Complete other tasks given by Facilities & Events Coordinator or PCFP Director.


 The job requires knowledge of proper methods, techniques, materials, tools and equipment used in modern ground maintenance and janitorial duties; appropriate safety precautions; proper lifting techniques. Knowledge or willingness to learn about general maintenance and repair of equipment and vehicles is preferred.

 Must be able to manage effective working relationships with other County staff and members of the public.


This position works to carry out the work of the PCFP operations and services. The work requires the application of rules, regulations, and policies to ensure the proper procedures for the facility are used at all times. An ideal candidate is dependable and responsible.



Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

 The employee is frequently required to stoop, kneel, crouch, use hands to finger, handle, or feel, reach with hands or arms and walk on uneven ground. The employee is regularly required to stand or walk. There may be occasional climbing of ladders or balancing required. The employee must be able to work in all weather conditions.

 The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 pounds. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate.

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