Monthly Archives: February 2008

We’re Hiring!

Seasonal Hostel Assistant 

We are hiring 2 seasonal staff people to work 15-20 hours/week from March through October. One position will include overnight stays Friday & Saturday nights. The starting wage is $9 per hour. Housing is not provided, nor are health benefits, although staff does receive complimentary Hostelling International memberships and free stays at HI hostels throughout the United States.

The ideal candidate is familiar with Redwood National & State Parks—or is enthusiastic to learn—and enjoys working with the public. As well, s/he can confidently handle a computerized reservation and cash register system, is creative and has a tolerance for cleaning and frequently answering the frequently asked questions. Light maintenance skills preferred, or at least a willingness to learn. Prior hostelling experience and bilingual skills are recommended. This job is ideal for social nature lovers!

Take reservations by phone, e-mail and an online system
-Orient guests to the hostel and local area; help guests plan their hiking itineraries
-Become familiar with hostelling, its history and mission
-Collect and accurately record overnight fees and sales of goods
-Provide a safe and enjoyable atmosphere for guests
-Clean the hostel (approx. 1 shift/week)
-Help with special events, educational programs, maintenance work and other hostel projects
-Other duties as assigned by the Hostel Manager
Send a letter of interest and resume to:, or
HI-Redwood National Park Hostel
14480 U.S. Highway 101 N
Klamath , CA 95548
More more info, Feel free to call 707-482-8265

HI-Redwood National Park is an authorized concessionaire of the National Park Service. The hostel does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, pregnancy, national origin, ancestry, citizenship, age, marital status, sexual orientation, familial status, veteran status, physical disability, mental disability or medical condition, or any other protected characteristic under federal, state or local law.

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