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Keats Camps needs you!

While this summer will be unique, those skills you have been honing to work at Keats will definitely be needed! Whether you have a passion for families, LEAD, or activities, have gifted administrative skills, love working in operations such as maintenance or our kitchen – we have a spot for you.

There are a variety of paid and volunteer opportunities waiting for you this summer.

Paid staff are hired for the summer, and are required to attend pre-camp training in mid-June (unless otherwise noted), and working all of July and August.

Volunteers come to Keats from a week to the whole summer (better plan for the whole summer – once you get here, you won’t want to leave!) in various departments around the camp. From lifeguarding to activities to cleaning – we need tons of volunteers and would love to talk with you about your heart to serve at Keats.

Bridge Staff are our Senior Leadership Team, overseeing and executing the big picture of Keats, while mentoring and discipling the rest of the summer staff.

The regular paid staff spreads throughout the camp’s operational areas and covers all bases to make sure that everything runs smoothly and everyone is having a great time. See below for all positions.

Opportunities abound for volunteers in the summer. If you have a heart for Jesus and a desire to serve at camp, even if you can’t spend your entire summer with us, we have short term opportunities in the Bosun’s department (maintenance), the Kitchen, Lifeguard, Camp Nurse, and Program Staff, and more!

Simply fill out a Staff Application form and indicate your skills and your availability. Please note that a Criminal Record Check, 2 credible References and the appropriate licensing or credentials (i.e., RN for the Nurse positions or NLS for Lifeguards) are needed for all positions at Keats.

Deckhand Directors

General Responsibilities:

In a team of three, the Deckhand Directors are responsible for planning and leading Deckhands in a variety of jobs in a variety of jobs, including kitchen, janitorial, and maintenance tasks. In addition, Deckhand Directors plan and lead daily sessions on introductory Christian themes, providing spiritual leadership for up to 16 Deckhands per session. They will lead these sessions within the framework discussed with the Executive Director before camp begins. The Deckhand program is intended to encourage and challenge youth in their faith and build Christian leads with a sincere desire to serve the Lord.

Specific Responsibilities:

  1. Plan discipleship and leadership training sessions according to the curriculum laid out.
  2. Lead and facilitate daily meetings on the topics of leadership and Christian growth.
  3. Responsible for the well-being of Deckhands.
  4. Provide leadership and direction for the Deckhand participants as they serve in the custodial work of the camp.
  5. Enter into mentoring relationships with Deckhand participants.
  6. Communicate with and assist the Food Services Manager in carrying out their duties.
  7. Maintain the cleanliness of the camp by delegating and leading the Deckhands in cleaning tasks, under the direction of the Executive Director.
  8. Ensure the smooth operation of meal times by delegating and leading the deckhands in tasks, including setting tables, serving food, cleaning dishes, and cleaning of dishwashing areas.
  9. Assist with food runs.
  10. Attending weekly Bridge staff meetings and daily staff meetings.

 

Minimum Qualifications:

  1. Minimum 21 years old.
  2. Has leadership training experience.
  3. Has a passion for and experience working with young people aged 15-16.
  4. Has the ability to lead small and large group Bible teaching sessions.
  5. A mature Christian with a heart for discipleship.
  6. Able to work with others to form a successful leadership team
  7. Takes initiative and has the ability to work hard
  8. Class 5 driver’s license and a boating license are helpful, but not required

 

Compensation:

 

  1. Receives a 24 hour period of time off each week.
  2. Earns a daily wage of $121.65

Guest Services Coordinator (12 Week Position)

General Responsibilities:             

Create, implement, manage, and oversee all aspects of the guest experience at Keats Camps from family vacation getaways to cabin rentals. Facilitate the founding vision for this ministry of evangelism (proclaiming the gospel) and leadership development (through training and experience) by creating space physically, emotionally, and spiritually, for guests to connect with Christ.

Specific Responsibilities:

  1. Guest Services – Family Getaways
    1. Maintain a standard of excellence towards cleanliness and hospitality of the camp, following the Covid Safety Plan of the camp.
    2. Prepare housing for all guests.
    3. Welcome all guests and visitors as they arrive on island.
    4. Create and execute (alongside Executive Staff) a guest orientation.
    5. Use creativity to make the camp beautiful and livable.
    6. Be the first point of contact for all guests and staff (alongside Executive Staff), ensuring guest satisfaction.
  2. Guest Services – Cabin Rentals
    1. Welcome all cabin rental guests as they arrive on island.
    2. Prepare housing for all cabin rental guests.
    3. Ensuring guest satisfaction for all cabin rental guests.
    4. Work with Office Manager (in their role as Rentals Coordinator)
  3. Staff leadership and development
    1. Oversee summer staff (alongside Executive Staff)
    2. Alongside the Executive Director, develop and implement summer staff training.
    3. Provide leadership, direction, encouragement, and training to summer staff to facilitate their operations.
    4. Deal with all disciplinary issues pertaining to summer staff.
    5. Provide guidance and assistance to improve performance of summer staff.
    6. Lead daily staff meetings, and weekly Bridge staff meetings.
    7. Encourage and provide for times of prayer and Bible-study among the summer staff.
    8. Ensure that all summer staff display Christian conduct.
  4. Administration
    1. Maintain the camp facilities and hospitality supplies. Work with Office Manager to ensure timely ordering for upkeep.

 

Minimum Qualifications:

  1. Character
    1. Must be actively following Christ and support the vision of Keats Camps.
    2. Must agree to and adhere to Keats Camps Lifestyle Agreement.
    3. Must be kind, seeking to learn and grown, and able to work cooperatively on a team.
  2. Skills and Experience
    1. 2 year minimum guest service experience, preferably in camp ministry, tourism, or outdoor education.
    2. Positive attitude and strong communications skills (both verbal and written).
    3. Strong organizational skills with the ability to prioritize and multi-tasks
    4. Creative and flexible, able to adapt to change with ease.
    5. Sound decision making and problem-solving skills
    6. Must have a valid driver’s license (class 5).

Compensation:

  1. Receives one 24 hour period of time off each week.
  2. Earns a daily wage of $125.00

Note that this position has a start date of 1 June 2021.

Head Lifeguard

General Responsibilities:                                                                                                                   

The Head Lifeguard is responsible to lead the team of lifeguards. Ensuring the safety of all campers and staff at waterfront. In addition, they will lead set-up and take-down of all equipment and be responsible for all aspects of leadership for the lifeguard team.  Working under the leadership of the Executive Director, the Head Lifeguard is integral to ensuring the waterfront operates with quality staff and activities.

Specific Responsibilities:

  1. Assist with daily set-up and clean-up of waterfront equipment
  2. Ensure appropriate training of lifeguards
  3. Spiritualy lead and mentor guards
  4. Ensure appropriate emergency procedures are in place and practiced
  5. Lifeguard during activity blocks and special events
  6. Ensures safety at all times of guests and staff.
  7.  Attends weekly Bridge staff and daily staff meetings informing staff on any updates or issues from waterfront

 

Minimum Qualifications:

  1. Minimum 21 years old
  2. Current and valid NL certification
  3. Leadership experience
  4. Able to work in a team and independently
  5. Takes initiative, and works until the job is done mentality
  6. Flexible and creative
  7. A confessing Christian, excited to disciple and lead peers towards Jesus
  8. Takes initiative
  9. A confessing Christian, ready and excited to lead the lifeguards towards Jesus.

 

Compensation:

  1. Receives a 24 hour period of time off each week.
  2. Earns a daily wage of $121.65

Ropes Course Director

General Responsibilities:

The Ropes Course Director oversees all areas of high ropes, low ropes, rock climbing wall, and giant swing and will manage the team that operates these activities.  Safety is the top priority and the Ropes Course Director will test equipment and maintain a standard of safety for all activities during the summer.  She/he will set up and take down equipment daily, as well as maintain equipment. He/she is responsible for making all aspects of the Rope Course a safe, and fun place for the guests and staff.

Specific Responsibilities:

  1. Oversee high ropes, low ropes, rock climbing wall and giant swing.
  2. Organize and establish all Ropes Course safety procedures including:
  1. Ensuring staff and program staff assigned to it are properly trained.
    1. Organize, maintain and recommend purchases for all safety equipment.
    2. Enforce all safety regulations and procedures with staff and guests.
  1. Develop and organize the Ropes Course program for the camp:
    1. Schedule and train Ropes Course staff
    2. Organize free time on Ropes Course
    3. Organize and run special Ropes Course nights for the different departments
  2. Organize and maintain all Ropes Course equipment:
    1. Repair and upkeep
    2. Recommend products and coordinate purchases
    3. Organize appropriate storage after use
  3. Attend weekly Bridge staff meetings and daily staff meetings.

Minimum Qualifications:

  1. Minimum 21 years old
  2. Must have leadership experience and be able to lead a team
  3. Experience with harnesses, knots, and ropes courses.
  4. Must be certified on Rope Course before the summer (training offered)
  5. A Christian with a pursuing a relationship with Christ
  6. Must have initiative and the ability to work hard

 

Compensation:

  1. Receives a 24 hour period of time off each week.
  2. Earns a daily wage of $121.65.

 

 

Yeoman (Office Administrator)

General Responsibilities:

The Yeoman is the hub of all on-island office operations. This includes (but is not limited to) communication with stakeholders, responsibility for financial and administrative management, and organizing on and off island operations. The Yeoman is the primary contact person in the camp, including emergency situations. The ability to multi-task, handle stressful situations with ease, and communicate efficiently and professionally are essential.

Specific Responsibilities:

  1. Communication Hub
    1. Be first point of contact for all stakeholders, including parents, outside organizations, Executive and summer staff.
    2. Responsible for the camp phone, email and mail, distributing messages and following up on actions in a timely manner.
    3. As registrar, ensure all guests are checked in and accounted for quickly and efficiently upon arrival to and departure from camp.
    4. Manage communication, transportation, resources and detailed log during emergency situations
  2. Administrative
    1. Responsible to organize cabin assignments and create weekly reports for Department Heads.
    2. Manage and account for cash and card transactions that go through Yeoman’s office.
    3. Organize and assist bookkeeper with invoices for purchasing and incoming bills, donations, and requisition forms.
    4. Attend weekly Bridge staff meetings, and daily summer staff meetings.
    5. As a member of the senior staff, the Yeoman will have increased responsibility due to his/her knowledge of the inner working of the camp
  3. Transport and Purchasing
    1. Make a schedule for the Ensign and provide necessary equipment and/or funds to make the trip possible
    2. Collect all payments, orders, products etc. for Ensign runs.
    3. Organize boat trips to Gibsons or Langdale

Minimum Qualifications:

  1. Minimum 21 years old
  1. Able to multitask
  2. Ability to handle stressful situations and large workload with a calm and professional manner
  3. Experience with computers and Microsoft Office.
  4. Experience with CampBrain or databases an asset.
  5. Professionalism and strong work ethic, able to work long hours
  6. Able to work independently
  7. Experience with finance.
  8. Able to problem-solve and find solutions for challenges
  9. Excellent interpersonal skills

Compensation:

Yeoman is a paid position at a rate of $121.65 for every day worked, with one 24 hour period off each week.

Boat Supervisor

Responsible to: Facilities Manager

General Responsibilities:                                                                                                                 

The Boat Supervisor is responsible for safely driving the boat for all boating activities, ensuring guests and staff have a safe, fun experience.  Under the direction of the Facilities Manager, the Boat Supervisor will ensure boats are maintained. The Boat Supervisor will assist on the waterfront where necessary, and will also have the responsibility of providing leadership for those who operate the boats on waterfront.

Specific Responsibilities:

  1. Drive boats for all activities times and special events.
  2. Assist Lifeguards with daily set-up and take-down of waterfront equipment.
  3. Coach other boat drivers while ensuring that the boats are operated in a safe and responsible manner.
  4. Report to the Facilities Manager any mechanical, concerns or damages to the boats.
  5. Properly clean and store boats at the end of each day, as instructed by the Facilities Manager.
  6. Participate in weekly washing and oil change.
  7. Make sure the boats have gas and are ready for all activities and special events.
  8. Document all boat operational times.
  9. Attends daily staff meetings.

 

Minimum Qualifications:

  1. Minimum 20 years old
  2. Boating license (SVOP) or willing to obtain (training provided)
  3. Experience driving boats
  4. Experience pulling wakeboarders and tubers
  5. Experience coaching wakeboarding
  6. Mechanical knowledge
  7. Lifeguarding experience is helpful
  8. Able to work on a team
  9. Passion for waterfront and the outdoors
  10. A professing Christian, pursuing a relationship with Jesus

Compensation:

  1. Receives one 24 hour period of time off each week.
  2. Earns a daily wage of $121.65.

Bosun (Maintenance Staff)

General Responsibilities:

Works in the facilities department as part of a team to see that the site and all necessary buildings and equipment are in good running order for guests and staff. Reports to the Facilities Manager to see all tasks and responsibilities are carried out in a timely manner.

Specific Responsibilities:

  1. General maintenance around property (as defined by Facilities Manager).  This could look like:
    1. Fixing plumbing in cabins
    2. Building maintenance/repair projects
    3. Construction projects
    4. Transporting people back and forth from Gibsons and Langdale
  2. Works with the maintenance team to drive boats when needed, or other duties as directed by the Facilities Manager.

Minimum Qualifications:

  1. Minimum 19 years old
  2. Class 5 B.C. driver’s license
  3. Boating license (SVOP) or willing to obtain (training provided), and boat driving experience.
  4. Experience in construction and maintenance projects.
  5. A self-starter with a strong sense of urgency and work ethic.
  6. A Christian, pursuing a relationship with Christ.

 

Compensation:

  1. Receives one 24 hour period of time off each week.
  2. Earns a daily wage of $121.65.

Cook

General Responsibilities: 

Works in the kitchen as part of a team to see healthy, delicious food served to all guests and staff in a safe and professional manner. Also responsible for working with the Kitchen team in helping unload, organize and put away food deliveries from food runs.

Specific Responsibilities:

  1. Under the Supervision of the Food Services Manager ensures high quality meals are served on time.
  2. Will be punctual, prepared for hard work with an enthusiastic attitude.
  3. Willing to learn new skills, takes initiative and works with little supervision.
  4. Listens to and follows instruction carefully.
  5. Able to accept constructive criticism.
  6. Willing to abide by kitchen code of conduct.
  7. Attends Staff Meetings, Watch and unattached prayer when finished all other job requirements.

Minimum Qualifications:

  1. A Christian, pursuing a relationship with Christ
  2. Knowledge of food safety expectations with a Foodsafe level I
  3. Takes instruction well
  4. Takes initiative and have a “work until the jobs done” mentality
  5. Able to work in a stressful environment
  6. Has a passion to serve God “behind the scenes”

Compensation:

  1. Receives a 24 hour period of time off each week.
  2. Earns a daily wage of $121.65

 

 

 

Lifeguard

Responsible to: Head Guard

General Responsibilities:

Lifeguards work on the waterfront team to set-up and take-down all waterfront equipment, in addition to follow the direction of the Head Lifeguard to ensure the safety of all guests and staff who come to the waterfront or other swimming events.  Lifeguards are responsible to help explain safety rules to guests and staff, and manage the buddy-system during free-time.

 

Specific Responsibilities:

 

  1. Assist with daily set-up and take down of waterfront equipment.
  2. Assist with season set-up and takedown for waterfront.
  3. Lifeguard during activity blocks and special events as directed by Head Lifeguard.
  4. Attend daily staff meetings.

 

Qualifications:

 

  1. Minimum 18 years old.
  2. Current and valid NL certification, or Lifesaving Society Bronze Cross.
  3. Able to work as part of a team.
  4. Places the safety of everyone at waterfront before their desire to please guests or staff.
  5. A confessing Christian, pursuing a relationship with Christ.

 

Compensation:

  1. Receives a 24 hour period of time off each week.
  2. Earns a daily wage of $121.65.

Mariners Innkeeper (Camp Store)

Responsible to: Office Manager

General Responsibilities:             

Responsible for running and managing the Mariner’s Inn (camp store) to see that sale and distribution of snacks and apparel are done in an orderly manner. This involves stocking the store on a weekly basis, ordering inventory, ensuring financial compliance and communicating with the Office Manager on a regular basis, while providing excellent customer services for all guests.  The Innkeeper will also provide leadership for the Innkeeper’s Assistant and anyone else who is assigned to work in the store.

Specific Responsibilities:

  1. Supervising and assisting in daily store operations
    1. Maintaining a welcoming, tidy and professional atmosphere
    2. Providing excellent customer service to all guests
    3. Daily cash-outs from walk-in sales, ensuring a balanced daily reconciliation.
    4. Weekly guest account cash-ins and cash-outs.
    5. Daily and consistent stocking and cleaning of Mariners Inn
  2. Communications
    1. Working closely and effectively with the Office Manager to schedule appropriate, maximized hours of operation
    2. Liaising with supplier representatives as needed
    3. Communicating guest feedback to Office Manager in a timely manner
  3. Administration
    1. Maintaining accurate reporting of guest and staff account deposits and withdrawals
    2. Ordering and maintaining inventory of merchandise in conjunction with Office Manager
    3. Attending weekly Bridge staff and daily staff meetings.

 

Minimum Qualifications:

  1. Has strong organizational skills
  2. Able to manage stressful situations
  3. Has strong customer service, communication, interpersonal, and delegation skills.
  4. A Christian, pursuing a relationship with Christ

 

Compensation:

  1. Receives one 24 hour period of time off each week.

Earns a daily wage of $121.65

Camp Nurse

General Responsibilities:

The camp nurse is an integral part of running Keats’ summer season. Below are our procedures for running Sick Bay (the treatment centre) while you are volunteering with us.

At Keats, we have a few OFA Level 3 certified workers.

Before the camp arrives, the Yeoman (Office Administrator) will have printed off and placed into a binder all guest medical reports for the week (including medication and allergies). Families will be responsible to bring and administer prescription medication for themselves and their children, but you will be available should additional non-prescription medication, minor first aid or medical supplies be needed.

Specific Responsibilities:

  1. Medication Administration Record: Should you administer any medication to a guest, you will be required to fill out and sign a Medication Administration Record.
  2. Nurses Notes: If a guest comes to you with a minor first-aid issue, a dressing change, insect bite, sickness, etc., you will need to record the relevant information on the Nurses Notes form.
  3. Supplies: An inventory of supplies will be kept by our office team, who will endeavour to keep enough stock on hand prior to your arrival. However, if we are running low, please let us know so we can promptly replenish them.
  4. Occupational First Aid Assessment: This form is for serious first aid incidents where a guest needs an in-depth record or needs to go to the hospital for further treatment.
  5. Incident Report:  If there is a major accident or injury, we require an incident report to be filled out, if you provide any assistance or treatment.
  6. Communications: There may be times when a guest has to go to the hospital or clinic. You will need to alert the Yeoman (who will arrange the transport) and make sure that any relevant records are passed onto the Yeoman so that they can accompany the guest to the hospital or clinic.

Qualifications:

  1. Registered Nurse in BC.
  2. Enjoys being around families
  3. Someone who supports and affirms the Christian faith

Compensation:

Nurses are volunteer staff, who will arrive and depart with the guests.

Innkeeper’s Assistant (Camp Store)

General Responsibilities:

Assist the Mariner’s Innkeeper in all retail duties.  The role encompasses working in the Inn on a daily basis with customers, as well as helping do any stocking, cash-outs and inventory, as delegated by the Innkeeper.  The position includes a number of retail related tasks as well as money and account management.

Specific Responsibilities:

  1. Supervising and assisting in daily store operations
    1. Till transactions
    2. Credit card transactions
    3. Camper deposits
    4. Stock inventory
    5. Maintaining a welcoming, tidy and professional atmosphere
    6. Daily cash-outs
    7. Weekly camper pay-outs
  2. Administration
    1. Maintaining camper account spreadsheets
    2. Maintaining accurate information on Staff account deposits and withdrawals
    3. Compilation and distribution of camper pre-order t-shirts

Minimum Qualifications:

  1. Minimum 17 years old
  1. Office, computer, and till experience helpful
  2. Able to work as part of a team
  3. Attention to detail

Compensation:

The Innkeepers Assistant is a volunteer position, with one 24 hour period off each week.

Jr. Bosun

General Responsibilities

The Jr. Bosun works on the maintenance team to make sure that the site, necessary buildings and equipment are in good running order for campers, staff, and guests as directed by the Facilities Manager.

Specific Responsibilities

General maintenance tasks around property (as defined by Facilities Manager), which can include:

  1. Mowing the lawn
  2. Landscaping
  3. Small construction/repair projects
  4. Driving vehicles

Minimum Qualifications:

  1. Can work both independently and in a team
  2. Excellent work ethic
  3. Mechanically inclined

Compensation:

Junior Bosuns are volunteers, with one 24 hour period off each week.

Jr. Cook

General Responsibilities: 

Works in the food services as part of a team to see healthy, delicious food served to all guests and staff in a safe and professional manner. This role is also responsible for helping unload, organize and put away food deliveries from food runs.

Specific Responsibilities:

  1.  Be punctual, prepared for hard work with an enthusiastic attitude.
  2. Willing to learn and use new skills, take responsibility and work with little supervision.
  3.  Listen to and follow instructions carefully.
  4. Able to accept constructive criticism.
  5. Willing to abide by kitchen code of conduct.

Minimum Qualifications:

  1. Minimum 16 years old
  1. Knowledge of food safety expectations with a Foodsafe level I
  2. Can work as part of a team
  3. Must have a strong work ethic
  4. Must be able to work in a high-pressure situation

Compensation:

Junior Cook is a volunteer position, with one 24 hour period off each week.

 

Photographer

General Responsibilities:  

Using photography and editing skills to artistically capture a variety of high quality photos that help to demonstrate the camper experience at Keats. The photographer will work with their supervisor to use these photos on social media, and other forms to connect parents and the outside community of Keats with the camper’s Keats experience.

 

Specific Responsibilities:

  1. Use the camp camera(s) or personal camera(s) and to record all aspects of the camp experience.
  2. Work with program staff to know what pictures need to be taken and when.
  3. Spend time with each cabin, taking pictures of their camp experience.
  4. Take initiative to come up with exciting photo ideas.
  5. Organize all photos into a clear and easy-to use database for after-summer use.
  6. Attend staff meetings.

Minimum Qualifications:

  1. Must have experience and skills in photography.
  2. Takes initiative and follows instruction well.
  3. Must have a “work until the job is done” mentality.
  4. A Christian, pursuing a relationship with Christ.
  5. Must have a passion to serve God behind the scenes.

 

Compensation:

The photographer is a volunteer position, with one 24 hour period off each week.

Scrimshander (Arts & Crafts Coordinator)

General Responsibilities

Responsible for organizing and designing daily craft projects for campers using a budget. The Scrimshander reports to the Guest Services Coordinator and is also responsible for engaging with the families during craft times and creating a space that is loving and fun.

Specific Responsibilities

  1. Purchase and organize craft supplies
  2. Design a variety of craft ideas for campers
  3. Teach the craft program to the campers
  4. Develop relationships with campers during the craft periods
  5. Prepare and clean up crafts each day
  6. Lead craft activities in safe and organized manner

Minimum Qualifications:

  1. Minimum 17 years old
  2. Experience with or knowledge of craft ideas
  3. Experience working with youth and children, with a passion for kids
  4. Able to work on a budget
  5. Able to work independently

Compensation:

The Scrimshander is a volunteer position with one 24 hour period off each week.

Videographer

General Responsibilities:  

Responsible for taking daily footage of activities, games and camp program in order to produce a weekly highlight video. Assist program with any videos to enhance the camper experience, as well as creating promotional material for Keats Camps to use throughout the year.

 

Specific Responsibilities:

  1. Work with program staff to be aware of the schedule and important activities and games.
  2. Spend time with each cabin, getting footage of their camp experience.
  3. Build a highlight reel video that can be reused on a weekly basis.
  4. Care for and maintain all video equipment.
  5. Organize all videos into a clear and easy-to use database for after-summer use.
  6. Attends staff meetings.

Minimum Qualifications:

  1. A Christian, pursuing a relationship with Christ.
  2. Experience filming and editing videos.
  3. Has a “work until the job is done” mentality, to reach deadlines.
  4. Takes initiative.

 

Compensation:

The videographer is a volunteer position, with one 24 hour period off each week.

Volunteer Summer Staff

General Responsibilities:

Volunteer Summer Staff (VSS) are responsible for ensuring all activities run smoothly and that the camp is maintained and cleaned as per the Keats Camps Covid Safety Plan, in accordance with government regulations. Volunteer Summer Staff may be assigned a variety of tasks throughout the camp, providing excellent customer service to all our guests. As a Volunteer Summer Staff, you will be supervised and mentored by the Guest Services Coordinator. Volunteer Summer Staff will apply and commit to one month (either July or August) with the option of staying the full summer of service. Commitment is a priority.

Specific Responsibilities:

  1. Guide guests in participating safely and successfully in all aspects of activities.
  2. Provide a positive and fun camp environment for all guests.
  3. Set up, teach, and take down activities during activity blocks.
  4. Help maintain the cleanliness and organization of the camp.
  5. Attend daily staff meetings.

 

Minimum Qualifications:

  1. Minimum 17 years old.
  2. Must have a passion for customer service, working with youth and children.
  3. Must be positive, enthusiastic, and willing to work behind the scenes.
  4. Must be a Christian with a desire to pursue a growing relationship with Jesus Christ.

Compensation:

Volunteer Summer Staff are volunteers, with one 24 hour period off every week.

Positions fill up fast!

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