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Posted: 04/08/21 11:14am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Bay View RV Resort in Rockport, Texas has immediate Workamper Openings:

Front Desk/Reservations:

This workamper position provides hospitality management, guest services, and completes other duties as assigned. Prior hospitality experience, knowledge of Microsoft Office, Campground Master, QuickBooks and other computer competency is a plus.

Maintenance:

This Workamper will join our facilities maintenance crew. The ideal candidate will possess a working knowledge of many routine maintenance issues. Prior tradecraft & carpentry experience a plus.

In exchange for 20 hours work per week our Workampers receive an allowance toward a full-hookup RV site, electricity use and cable. Bay View is a full service RV destination with full hook up sites and amenities in a park-like setting. Please send your resume to bvrvmgmt@gmail.com or call us at 361-400-6000.

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Posted: 04/08/21 11:18am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Mighty pretty area IMO.


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Posted: 04/08/21 09:42pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Assuming your "allowance" will provide entirely for this workampers space and utilities, and also given your weekly rate of $180/week, this person will be working for about $10/hr.

* This post was edited 04/08/21 09:51pm by ScottG *

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ScottG wrote:

Assuming your "allowance" will provide entirely for this workampers space and utilities, and also given your weekly rate of $180/week, this person will be working for about $10/hr.


Recalculate using the monthly rate and it's about $5/hr.


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And the previous posts are exactly why no park advertises for workampers on this site anymore. If you don't want the job, don't apply. But for many workampers there is more to consider than just exactly how you break down the hourly wage. Would you actually come out ahead working at Walmart for those 20 hours at $15.00 an hour? You would then have to pay for an RV site, utilities, the cost of commuting etc. The work for site arrangement isn't taxed. You would not have the advantage of working where you live which allows you to check on your pets, eat lunch at your own home and be at work in 10 seconds. If you are a couple and one of you worked outside of the park, the other person would either have to drive you to and from work or spend the day without transportation. There is much more to consider other than math.

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Posted: 04/09/21 12:42pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Exactly and well said!

wapiticountry wrote:

And the previous posts are exactly why no park advertises for workampers on this site anymore. If you don't want the job, don't apply. But for many workampers there is more to consider than just exactly how you break down the hourly wage. Would you actually come out ahead working at Walmart for those 20 hours at $15.00 an hour? You would then have to pay for an RV site, utilities, the cost of commuting etc. The work for site arrangement isn't taxed. You would not have the advantage of working where you live which allows you to check on your pets, eat lunch at your own home and be at work in 10 seconds. If you are a couple and one of you worked outside of the park, the other person would either have to drive you to and from work or spend the day without transportation. There is much more to consider other than math.



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Posted: 04/18/21 09:13pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Not everyone works for the wages. There are many other reasons.

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It's not about the $$$$
Jeepers, stop trying trying to sound so smart, it's not working.
Go and enjoy!

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Posted: 04/21/21 08:31pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Sounds like some are insecure with the choices they've made or they wouldn't be so ars-hurt over a pragmatic observation. Or maybe deep down inside, you feel a little duped after working for $5/hr.
There was nothing offensive about my original post so try not to be such a snow flake.

Oh and for the record, I have tremendous respect for a person that supports himself or a family working at Walmart.

* This post was edited 04/21/21 08:46pm by ScottG *

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