Job description - Park Assistant

We are looking for 2 people to join the Cleaning Team on our beautiful campsite.  We are a small but supportive team and we require 2 motivated individuals with good attention to detail to join the Mill Park family.


General Responsibilities

• General cleaning as shown in the Schedule of Cleaning and as required by the Park Manager.

• Undertake light maintenance / gardening duties as required and instructed by the Park Manger.


Schedule of Cleaning

Toilet & Shower Blocks & Laundries Daily (twice a day)

• Clean all surfaces including floors, walls, doors and partitions.

• All toilets to be thoroughly cleaned with approved disinfectant.

• Seats, pans, cisterns, wash basins, and shelves, shall be thoroughly cleaned.

• All paper dispensers and soap dispensers shall be checked at each cleaning and refilled as necessary.

• Rubbish Bins to changed when required (full or contents require a change)

• Nappy bins to be checked and bags changed if full.

• Sanitary bins to be checked (visual) and changed if full or no longer functional

• Surplus water shall be removed from floors then cleaned and mop dried.

• All seats shall be left dry.

• Washing machines and clothes dryers shall be cleaned with a cloth.

• Tumble dryer filters must be cleared at each clean

• All doorways to be maintained to a clean appearance.

• All mirrors are to be maintained in a spotless manner. Weekly

• Clean inside and outside all ground floor windows and glass doors.

• Blow round main building (wearing correct PPE)

• Deep clean Amenity blocks (including shower drains)

• Wipe down outside; bar stools, benches, deck tables and table legs

• Cobweb removal around main building

• Wipe down exterior bins


Glamping Units (if Glamping Guests have checked out)

• Kettle checked and emptied of water

• Fridge cleaned

• Wipe / dust shelves

• Vacuum floor

• Windows and glass panels in doors cleaned

• Door tracts vacuumed

• Clean interior walls where required

• Sweep decks and remove cobwebs from underside of roofing/awning

• Check all lights are working and leave switched off

• Check fire extinguisher is in place

• Remove any rubbish or litter from surrounding external grounds

• Metal / Stainless steel component are to be scrubbed or cleaned using approved methods so that all food and fat particles are removed. The surface is to be rinsed clear of detergent.

• Wood surrounds on BBQ’s are to be cleaned gently and rinsed clear of fat and food particles and detergents.

• Concrete area surrounding BBQ’s are to be swept and washed.

• Fit replacement drip trays and grills, (drip trays will need to come to main shed for cleaning and be returned to BBQ once done, there are no spare drip trays).

• Clean any dirty drip trays and grills.


Stock control

• Maintain communication with the Manger to ensure chemicals and cleaning materials are in stock to fulfil cleaning duties.

• Ensure cleaning supplies in all supply areas are stored safely and tidy


A fully serviced seasonal pitch is available (staff discount will be applied to the cost of the pitch)

Holiday Park Description

We are a small, family run campsite, that strives to offer the best possible service with a friendly smile. Nothing is too much bother and we are always willing to offer a helping hand. We acquired Mill Park in 2015 and are continually looking for new ways to improve Mill Park and its facilities for our Customers. We have a strong focus on “local” produce and support local business wherever possible, whether it be our; milk, meats, ice-creams, jams, honeys, eggs and other shop staples, through to the ales, gins and vodkas we serve in the bar, even our coffee beans are locally roasted.

Mill Park is located on the edge of the village of Berrynarbor, North Devon, in a designated AONB (Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty), a Coastal Preservation Area and on the North Devon Heritage Coast. The South West Coastal Path is on the bottom boundary of Mill Park, with Exmoor National Park being a stone’s throw away. Originally a working farm and the village mill dating back to the 17th Century, Mill Park first became a campsite in the 1960’s. The spring fed stream running through Mill Park was the original leat that served and powered the mill, which now continually feeds fresh spring water into the Fishing Lake. Mill Park is located close to the local beaches and coastline like woolacombe which is only a short walk away.