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George School Day Camp Employment

George School Day Camp is an equal opportunity employer. We are looking for individuals who show an interest and ability in working with children and who know how to work as part of a team. Each hired member of the staff must complete the required child abuse clearance and police background checks. All employees under the age of eighteen must have working papers from the school district in which they live.

All employees must follow the guidelines of George School Day Camp as well as the George School campus rules.

Applicants must be at least 16 years old with reliable transportation.

Hours of Operation

Camp staff are expected to arrive at work by 8:30 a.m. and stay until 4:00 p.m.

We also have a limited number of part-time positions available this summer.

Dates of Employment

Since George School day camp is only in operation for eight weeks (thirty-nine working days), we require that all vacation plans be submitted no later than May 19, 2023, so that we can adequately plan/staff the summer. There will be at least two paid mandatory pre-camp training days that everyone must attend. These training sessions are very important and help you learn the expectations associated with your position. Dates and times will be established and included in your employee contracts.

Again, because the camp season is only thirty-nine days long, employees will not be paid for missed days. We require camp employees to call the camp office if you are unable to attend work.

 

Positions

Camp Administrative Assistant

The Camp Administrative Assistant reports to the Camp Director and Assistant Camp Director and oversees the day-to-day operations of the camp office. They assist with all aspects of communication for camp, including but not limited to, answering all camp phone calls and responding to email inquiries from both current and prospective camp families. The Camp Administrative Assistant assists with the creation of the weekly camp newsletter, ordering camp supplies, assisting the Camp Director with staff trainings, and other duties as needed. Click here to apply online.

Division Leader

Division Leaders are responsible for the day-to-day operation of multiple camp groups and are involved in the direct supervision of senior counselors within their division.  They are expected to serve as role models for their division and for the camp as a whole.  Division Leaders actively participate in all camp orientation and training sessions. Click here to apply online.

Head Counselor

Head Counselors work closely with the camp directors to coordinate and organize the camp program, including daily activities and special events.  They also assist camp directors with the planning and implementation of certain aspects of staff training.  Head Counselors are responsible for the supervision of their campers as well as support staff.  They transition with their group through the daily activities. Head Counselors should strive to build and nurture a sense of community and understanding among all staff members. They serve as a supervisor, but also as a support to camp staff. Head Counselors actively participate in all camp orientation and training sessions. Click here to apply online.

General Counselor

General Counselors work closely with group leaders in the supervision, planning, and implementation of camp activities. General Counselors are the primary caregivers for the campers. He/she ensures campers are properly supervised at all times and is aware of, and implements, safety guidelines.  General Counselors actively participate in all camp orientation and training sessions. Click here to apply online.

Activity Leader

Activity Leaders plan, organize and implement daily camp activities within their designated area. Activity Leaders provide support during camp-wide activities as well as supervise junior staff. Activity Leaders should serve as a positive role model during instruction and engage all campers and counselors in the activity. Activity Leaders actively participate in all camp orientation and training sessions. Click here to apply online.

Adventure Sports Leader

Adventure Sports Leaders deliver progressive adventure challenge activities that are safe, fun, and age appropriate. Adventure Sports Leaders should serve as a positive role model during instruction and engage all campers and counselors in the activity. Adventure Sports Leaders actively participate in all camp orientation and training sessions. Click here to apply online.

Art Instructor

The Art Instructor is responsible for the development of an age-appropriate arts and crafts program. He/she must be able to design and deliver arts and crafts activities that make use of different art mediums as well as the camp’s natural environment. The Art Instructor actively participates in all camp orientation and training sessions. Click here to apply online.

 

Drama Instructor

The Drama Instructor will further the camp’s mission through the development and the delivery of drama, dance, and singing activities that are both safe and fun. Campers should enjoy the experience but also learn about themselves and discover they can present themselves differently to others through the acts of singing, dancing, and acting. The Drama Instructor actively participates in all camp orientation and training sessions and prepares camp groups for their variety show presentations. Click here to apply online.

Nature Instructor

The role of the Nature Instructor is to further the camp’s mission through the development and delivery of nature or environmental activities that are safe, fun, and age appropriate. Activities should reflect the camp’s commitment to environmental stewardship. The Nature Instructor actively participates in all camp orientation and training sessions. Click here to apply online.

Nurse

The primary responsibility of the camp nurse is to provide professional nursing care to all campers. The nurse is responsible for maintaining up-to-date medical records, recording condition and treatment, including administration of medications, for all campers who present themselves to the nurse’s office during camp. He/she will immediately inform the Camp Director and/or Assistant Camp Director in the event of a medical emergency or potentially serious health related situation. The camp nurse must be able to work independently and have excellent communication skills when interacting with campers and parents. Click here to apply online.

Lifeguard

George School Day Camp employs lifeguards to oversee the safety of all campers and camp staff in the aquatics facility.  Lifeguards must be able to perform first aid and emergency care when required.  Lifeguards need to be able to work as a team, will help the WSI Instructor facilitate swim lessons, and are responsible for maintaining the cleanliness and organization of the pool area. Lifeguards actively participate in all camp orientation and training sessions. Click here to apply online.

WSI Instructor

Water Safety Instructors will teach campers swimming skills and water safety according to the curriculum and standards of the George School Day Camp Aquatics Program. The WSI Instructors actively participate in all camp orientation and training sessions. Click here to apply online.

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