The volunteer patroller will be requested to follow a weekend duty schedule which will consist of four sessions: 1) Friday night, 2) Saturday day, 3)Saturday night and 4) Sunday day.
Friday night 7:30 P.M. to 10:30 P.M (closing)
Saturday day 8:00 A.M. to Closing
Saturday night 3:30 P.M. to 10:30 P.M. (closing)
Sunday day 8:00 A.M. to Closing
The volunteer patrol will be divided into four team rosters which will rotate on a weekly schedule so that we may have sufficient coverage on those days that weather or ski conditions are not the best.
The duty team is responsible for a minimum of two (2) duty assignments.
Off-duty volunteer patrollers who sign on for any of the four duty sessions (regardless of weather conditions) will perform all duties expected and not pass these duties on to the duty team. The off-duty patrollers are responsible for a minimum of one (1) duty assignment.
With respect to the "sign-on register," if you sign on, you will be expected to put your boots on, perform your required duties and close to receive credit Patrollers who are unable to meet their required duty day may switch duty days with a member of another duty team. Make sure this change is clearly indicated on the "sign register." If the "sign-on register" is not properly completed, you will receive a miss duty" day. (Check with the office if you have any questions.)
Non-duty volunteer patrollers must sign on before 10 A.M. for day sessions, 7:30 F.M. for Friday night sessions and 7 F.M. for Saturday night sessions. If for some reason you will miss or be late for your duty assignment, telephone the Patrol House to inform the Patrol Director of your intent. The duty schedule will be passed out as soon as possible before the start of ski season.
If any part of this procedure is not completed, the replacement will be considered null and void and a "Miss Duty" will be recorded.
The URL of this page is http://patrol.org/sssp/duty.htm .
It was last updated on 20 February 2008 at 18:52 PST.
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