JUNIOR COUNSELOR (17 years old)
Junior counselors assist the counselor, and are assigned to a cabin group consisting of approximately 5-10 campers, ranging in age from 8-14 years old. Responsibilities include the physical and emotional well-being of all campers, as well as participating in and facilitating camp activities. Junior counselors must have a genuine passion for working and empowering young people, and confident in their ability to motivate and assist campers in everything from learning new skills, to working through issues including homesickness, bullying, etc.
COUNSELOR (At least 18 years old)
Counselors are assigned to a cabin group consisting of approximately 5-10 campers, ranging in age from 8-14 years old. Responsibilities include the physical and emotional well-being of all campers, as well as participating in and facilitating camp activities. Counselors must have a genuine passion for working and empowering young people, and confident in their ability to motivate and assist campers in everything from learning new skills, to working through issues including homesickness, bullying, etc.
HEAD COUNSELOR (21 years old)
The Head Counselor position is most often filled by returning counselors. They are the primary support system for counselors and junior counselors. Head counselors are responsible for providing supervision, guidance and support, as well as discussing counselor/camper issues with the camp directors.
Program staff positions are most often filled by returning counselors. Responsibilities include camper and staff daily program scheduling, as well as the development and implementation of evening, weekend, and special event programing. Program staff will assist the cabin counselors with the well-being of the campers and provide support when necessary.
You will be responsible for the daily setup, feeding, grooming, saddling and care of the horses. Lead daily rides of 8-10 campers at a time.
Specialists may or may not have cabin counselor duties. Specialists have a wide variety of duties that assist the program in their specialized area. The Activity Director position is based on experience, certifications, and qualifications of their specialized areas. When applying, please refer to the specific role(s) your are interested in specializing in. Examples of activities are:
Arts & Crafts, Camp Crafts (Outdoor cooking), Mountain Bikes, Nature, Waterfront/Lifeguard, CIT Program, Ropes Course, Adventure Trips, Sports Photography/Video, Yoga/Wellness, Dramatic Arts
The camp office staff is responsible for answering telephone call and emails, managing the camp store, mail, and various administrative duties. The office staff must have excellent customer service skills, be self-motivated, and enjoy being the center hub for campers and staff members.
Nurses must be licensed RN or LPN’s.They are responsible for dispensing all medications (prescription and over-the-counter), triage and treat campers and staff, supervise and manage the camp health center. At least one nurse is always on-call to respond to medical needs of the campers and staff. Nurses may also be asked to help supervise out-of-camp day trips, as well as address general community health and hygiene issues.
Assist the head cook in the daily management of the kitchen including the supervision of kitchen staff, overseeing kitchen inventory, and the overall organization and cleanliness of the camp kitchen. Must have professional cooking experience and enjoy working closely with others
The camp kitchen staff is responsible for assisting the cooks. Duties include; preparing the meals, setting tables, serving meals and cleaning up after meals.
The Dishwasher is responsible for assisting cooks. Duties include; cleaning dishes, cups, silverware, and pots and pans after all camp meals. Removing the food-waste container after meals and mopping the kitchen floor.
The camp nanny is responsible for providing child care for the children of the senior staff at camp. They must be responsible, caring, creative, and flexible. Child care experience is preferred.
Responsible for taking cabin and daily photos and manage camp uploads. Video and assist in creating end of session video.
Maintenance staff is responsible for the upkeep and general cleanliness of camp grounds and facilities. Maintenance staff responsibilities include vehicle upkeep and equipment and camper pick-up and drop-off, as well as assisting during emergency situations.