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Seasonal Noerenberg Gardens Attendant

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$7.74 - $15.72 Hourly

Wayzata, MN
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Performs a variety of customer service tasks in the operations of Noerenberg Gardens in a manner that assures an efficient, safe and clean operation while providing park guests with the highest quality service possible.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Assists park guests by answering questions about Noerenberg Gardens
Attends to needs of wedding parties including but not limited to setting up to 200 chairs as directed or assigned.
Gives private tours of Noerenberg Gardens.
Performs other duties as directed or assigned.
Must be at least 16 years of age. Previous **MEMBERS ONLY**SIGN UP NOW***. experience preferred.
Selection Procedure:
A fully completed **MEMBERS ONLY**SIGN UP NOW***. Online Application must be received by Human Resources. This position is open until filled. Any materials received after the closing date and time will not be considered.
Applications will be evaluated on the basis of relevant experience and training. The top group of applicants will be invited to participate in further job screening.
Final appointment is contingent upon the applicant passing a background investigation including a criminal history search. Costs of the background will be paid for by **MEMBERS ONLY**SIGN UP NOW***..
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Three Rivers Park District
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Three Rivers Park District was established in 1957 by the Minnesota State Legislature, nearly 60 years after the initial concept had been introduced to the Twin Cities. In 1901, William Folwell, president of the Minneapolis Board of Park Commisssioners, proposed the idea of parks in the outlying areas of Hennepin County. Theodore Wirth championed this plan for an expanded park system during his tenure as Superintendent of Minneapolis Parks from 1906 to 1935