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Paid Summer Ministry Positions

Below is a list of positions and the number of spots still available. Once we receive your application and reference forms you will receive an email letting you know the status of your application.

Kitchen Staff

  • Assistant Cook - 0 positions

Camper Staff

  • Cabin Leader/Activity Instructor - 0 positions 
    • 0 Male Leaders, 0 Female Leaders

Support Staff

  • Waterfront Director - 0 position
  • Lifeguard – 0 positions
  • First Aid Attendant – 0 position
  • Program Director – 0 position
  • Activity Director – 0 position
  • LIGHT Director – 0 position
  • LIGHT Assistant – 0 position
  • Office Assistant – 0 position
  • Audio/Visual Tech - 0 position

To apply, download the 2017 Staff Application and 2017 Staff Reference Forms below HERE

POSITION DESCRIPTIONS:

Cabin Leader and Activity Instructor:
This position includes a variety of ways to serve through counselling, activity instructing, and program support. While counselling you are responsible for seven campers per week, and it is an asset to have previous counselling/youth work experience and/or training. As an activity instructor you will have the opportunity to instruct an activity to a group of 13 campers in one of the camp activities (previous instructing experience is also an asset). Program support includes serving in a variety of areas including any specific skills you may have. Overall, you are there to love the campers, build relationships and share the truth of the gospel.

Waterfront Director:
You will be responsible for supervising the entire waterfront facility, including activities, staff, safety, equipment and general maintenance. You will also be in charge of all lifeguards and boat operators. You must hold a current NLS certificate, have lifeguarding and leadership experience, organizational skills, and proficiency in various water activities. You will have the opportunity to instruct an activity to a group of 12 campers in one of the camp activities (previous instructing experience is also an asset).

Lifeguard:
You will be responsible to assist the Waterfront Director with the supervision of the waterfront facility and to teach an activity. You must hold a current NLS certificate, have previous guarding experience, and proficiency in various water activities.

Assistant Cook:
You will be trained in cooking for either the morning or afternoon shift and have the opportunity to be more hands on with the campers during the remainder of your day. Meal preparation and keeping the kitchen clean, organized and positive are the main responsibilities of this position. You will be in charge of several weekly volunteers to see that quality meals are prepared and served to the campers and staff. Previous cooking experience and knowledge about food preparation and Food Safe Level 1 is required.

First Aid Attendant:
You will be responsible to coordinate all aspects of camp health for the campers and staff, including first aid, health care, and training 0f staff. You will also assist with administration and program duties. You must have current training in advanced first aid (minimum OFA Level 2) and previous experience, organizational, people and caring skills.

L.I.G.H.T. Director:
You will responsible for coordinating and leading our leadership training program (LIGHT) for Grades 10-12. There are 12 -16 participants in the program at one time. Previous leadership experience with high school students, organizational skills and the ability to instruct in group and individual settings are essential. You will also assist with administration and program duties.

L.I.G.H.T. Assistant:
You will be assisting the LIGHT Director in coordinating and leading our leadership training program (LIGHT) for Grades 10-12. Previous leadership experience with high school students, organizational skills and the ability to instruct in group and individual settings are essential. You will also assist with the administration duties of the program.

Program Director:
You will be responsible for planning and implementing the entire summer program. You will part of a leadership team that gives direction to the staff and campers. You will be involved in pre-camp planning, prepping and organizing. Previous leadership experience and organizational skills are essential. This position begins in May.

Activity Director:
You will be responsible for the daytime activity program, its content and instructors. You will also be in charge of running a free-time activity for the campers. You will be part of a leadership team that gives direction to the staff and campers, as well as involved in pre-camp planning, prepping and organizing. Previous leadership experience and organizational skills are essential. This position begins in May.

Office Assistant:
You will be responsible for coordinating the check in procedure of campers throughout the summer; working in the camp office -answering and returning phone calls, photocopying, filing, etc; driving for errands and hospital/clinic visits; and assist the program staff in various ways.

A/V Tech:
You will be responsible for producing a weekly camp DVD, DVD duplication, taking & editing weekly camp/cabin photos, managing camper orders, and for the maintenance and care of the audio/visual equipment. Photography and video experience is required as well as computer editing knowledge.