Job description - 2022 Park Warden couple

Park warden couple required to work for the 2022 season from March to October/November time.  (Reduced hours may be available during the winter months). Duties are varied and will include maintaining facilities to our 5-star standard, cleaning and maintaining our rental accommodation, reception duties including taking bookings, checking guests in, dealing with email and phone enquiries promptly, helping out in our shop and occasionally our restaurant and bar, general site and grounds work, security and on call duties.

These roles are ideal for a couple. In this instance it is usual for both to have an awareness of the whole role and one warden would focus on the office/hospitality/cleaning-based activities and the second would focus on site/cleaning-based activities. In this situation only one member of the couple need have a driving licence and some practical skills would be useful whilst the other member has greater experience of IT, hospitality, admin, cash handing and reservation systems (we use RMS).

Find out more about our award-winning park at . Flexible working is required, and you must be able to work on your own or as part of a small team.

Candidates will be required to provide the business with flexibility and provide cover for various roles to suit the specific needs of the business at that time. Shifts involve evenings and weekend working. We would love you to get in touch if you have previous experience on a holiday park, excellent communication skills, hospitality skills with a desire to deliver exceptional customer service. In the first instance please email your CV and a covering letter to Susan Dickson at


Accommodation included with this role is in a one bedroom semi detached lodge. Uniform provided. Gas, electric and free WiFI included.

Caravan Site Description

Set in 25 acres of picturesque, unspoilt countryside in the heart of the Lake District, Park Cliffe offers visitors a tranquil, yet accessible, retreat from the hurly-burly of modern life. Just a short distance from Bowness-on-Windermere, the park is in a world of its own with breathtaking views over fell, lake and an abundance of woodland wildlife – squirrels, roe and red deer, foxes and birds – in evidence all around.