A campground in Rhode Island is looking for a lifeguard with “excellent communication skills” and can do light maintenance at its pond. If this sounds like you you’re in luck for the job, but there’s a catch. You have to keep an eye on the nudists and a bathing suit is not required. The campground that’s looking for help is none other than Dyer Woods, Rhode Island’s nudist campgrounds.
“We’re a nudist campground. We’re not clothing-optional,” says campground president Jim Johnson. “We found over the years, with clothing-optional places, you get more gawkers, people who just want to show up and look.” The campground has posted an ad for the part-time lifeguard position on Facebook. Johnson feels watching the naked all day wouldn’t be a deterrent factor for prospective candidates.
“There’s really no difference between us and whatever campground you’d go to,” Johnson notes. “It’s a family campground and people just show up to relax…It would be a pretty big commitment for somebody if they just want to come up and gawk.” The position requires a state lifeguard certification and you must be available to work 10am to 4pm on weekends and Monday holidays.
If you’re interested call 401-397-3007 to set up an interview.