The following letter is a somewhat sanitized version of an actual Workamping Letter of Understanding we received from an employer during the acceptance process. We will not take another workamping job without obtaining this important document. Although not legally binding, it makes clear what is expected of employer and employee.
Sample Workamping Letter of Understanding
Your workamper positions will begin DATE and lasts until DATE. The site we have reserved for you is approximately 30’ x 50’ and has 30 and 50 amp service.
You will each work 5 hours per day, 3 days on and 3 days off; couples work the same days. Compensation includes a full hookup site, water, sewer, and $100 electric credit. In addition, we offer free cable TV, wireless internet, propane, laundry and a 15% discount at the camp store.
Typical duties for her include:
Cashiering, stocking shelves and keeping the store/office clean.
Assisting guests checking in/out of the campground for day-use and overnight camping using computer based registration
Processing electrical and rent payments, sorting incoming mail.
Guest relations and general administrative duties
Typical duties for him include:
General repair and renovation of the park structures, as needed
General upkeep of the resort grounds
Pumping propane, assisting guests with utility hook-ups when needed
Assisting with various projects including carpentry, painting, plumbing and electrical repairs
We value our Workampers, and we take our commitment to you very seriously. When you return this signed agreement, we will consider this job to be filled and will be counting on you to report as scheduled. Do not sign this agreement if you are still considering other positions. If you have any reservations or questions, please contact us immediately.
As a demonstration of good faith, we ask that you change the availability date on your Awesome Applicants résumé to DATE.
This Workamper Letter of Understanding was signed and dated both by us, the workampers, and the campground manager.
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