Canoe repair, maintenance of cabins and docks and boat driver position at a long-established camp spectacularly located in Georgian Bay. The camp is looking for two candidates to join its Facilities, Boatwork and Infrastructure team; The camp will arrange for attendance at, and pay for, a course to qualify to drive its boats. Enjoy a great summer as an important part of a big staff team!
Should be someone with good knowledge of power tools and has done some construction (made patio etc.) Also, a position for someone who would like to learn how to repair canoes. Perhaps has good outdoor skills - must like being in the outdoors and is keen to be part of a team.
Email resume and cover letter to the attention of Pauline Marston at firstname.lastname@example.org
If you enjoy working outdoors for the summer and some physical labour then you will be interested in this position.
Lambton Centre is looking for a motivated individual to join our summer team. This position will focus on phragmites control and grounds keeping. This position will continue the effort to remove the phragmites on the property as well as maintain progress already made. The successful candidate will be working outdoors and often in the shallow water along the shoreline.
The position will also assist in other grounds keeping activities such as grass cutting and minor maintenance.
This position is a summer contract with full-time hours. The incumbent will be under the supervision of the Executive Director and will work closely with the Property Manager.
Overview of Key Position Function:
- - Phragmites maintenance and removal.
- - Grass cutting and brush trimming.
- - Assist with other tasks as needed
- - General maintenance as directed by the Executive Director.
- - Report directly to the Executive Director
- - Work within a team to create a positive and supportive work atmosphere
- - Abide by all policies and procedures relevant to this position.
- - Demonstrated communication skills
- - Experience using gas trimmers
- - Comfortable working in shallow water.
- - Water safety training an asset
- - Requires a Vulnerable Records Screening
- - Experience using a tractor would be an asset
- - Pesticide safety training would be an asset.
Resumes should be forwarded to email@example.com
Founded in 1936, Camp Tamakwa is a coed children's overnight summer camp located in beautiful Algonquin Provincial Park. We offer a diverse in-camp program with over 20 activities as well as a canoe tripping program.
Our remote "boat access only" summer camp requires a hard working, flexible "transpo" team to help us keep our 300 campers safe and having fun at camp! Successful applicants will be provided room and board and will live on site for the summer.
Job duties include but are not limited to;
- - driving boats- this includes transporting people as well as all things in and out of camp (food, garbage, mail, laundry bags, supplies, etc)
- - garbage runs- nightly collection of garbage from around camp and the kitchen and transporting it across the lake
- - driving the tractor- transporting supplies around camp, including splitting and moving firewood to campfire pits around camp
- - maintain a safe and organized boat house - ensure boats are clean, contain all necessary safety equipment, and ready for use
- - various maintenance task around camp - including, but not limited to, cutting grass, pruning, raking, painting, small repairs, cleaning, etc
Applicants should have some experience working maintenance, driving boats and driving tractors, if possible. A love of the outdoors as well as a good work ethic when working individually as well as part of a team.
Check out www.tamakwa.com for more information!
Also, great to check out Tamakwa on our social media accounts to see what #TamakwaSpirit is all about!
Curious about what being a staff member at #Tamakwa is all about??
Check out this video: https://youtu.be/TyMFN-VXbyU
Camp Menesetung – Who We Are: Overnight Camp, Day Camp, Leadership Training Centre
On the Shore of Lake Huron – 5 Minutes north of Goderich, Ontario.
Camp Menesetung (25 staff, 50-70 campers/week) is a non-profit charity that seeks to provide amazing growth opportunities to campers (ages 5-15) of all backgrounds at subsidized rates – Camp is for Everyone. Camp Menesetung is affiliated with the United Church of Canada and we welcome and celebrate staff and campers of all backgrounds from aethiest-agnostic-religious. Our mission is explicitly NOT to seek to convert our campers, but to foster an environment where all feel comfortable sharing community, opening their minds, thinking big thoughts, and enjoying the support & friendship.
Camp Menesetung is committed to valuing the good work that our staff do, we are committed to continuing to raise the bar on the quality of our experience and are thrilled to report that we have achieved a 40% summer staff salary increase for the second year in a row for Summer 2019. Though as anyone who has worked at a summer camp will tell you, the reason that we keep coming back every year is not about the money. This is a job that, if you are ready for it, has the potential to be one of the most challenging and rewarding experiences of your life; this is a job that will change lives. Choosing this job is a choice to challenge yourself to become a better person. Are you ready?
Required Qualifications: Age: 17+, clean Vulnerable sector police record check, trades experience considered an asset.
Salary: Spring: $14/hour (20 hours/week), Summer: Summer: Dependent on experience and certifications, between ($300-$520/week + Room&Board).
Employment Dates: Spring (May & June Flexible Schedule), Summer Sessions (Sunday-Friday) June 30th-August 16th, 2019 – negotiable.
Responsibilities: Maintain and repair our 13 building, 8 acre site inside and out – keeping it in great shape for our campers, renters, and staff. Set up & tear down for events, inspect, clean, and improve with assistants! This position runs throughout the Spring & Summer with a change in working conditions for July & August. Please see the Job Description on our website below for further details.
For more information and to complete an online application, please visit our website! www.campmenesetung.ca/job-opportunities
If you have any questions please contact us!
Executive Director of Camp Menesetung
Sparrow Lake Camp
Sparrow Lake Camp has been a summer tradition for campers since 1912. A caring, inclusive community providing quality camping experiences for children, youth and families in a beautiful natural environment on Sparrow Lake, north of Orillia.
Sparrow Lake Camp is a United Church of Canada Camp and is open to and fully accepting of children and staff of all faiths and backgrounds.
Sparrow Lake is currently seeking Maintenance Staff for summer 2019!
To apply online, or learn more, visit www.sparrowlakecamp.com
Camp Oochigeas is a privately funded organization that provides children with and affected by childhood cancer opportunities for growth through challenging, magical, and enriching experiences.
Camp Ooch currently seeks Summer Maintenance Staff for join the paid summer staff team for 2019. Ful details about the role can be found at https://www.ooch.org/camp/document.doc?id=1671.
Camp Oochigeas is a privately funded organization that provides children with and affected by childhood cancer opportunities for growth through challenging, enriching, and magical experiences.
Camp Ooch currently seeks Housekeeping staff to join the paid summer staff team for 2019. Full details of the posting can be found at https://www.ooch.org/camp/document.doc?id=1670.
Camp Wahanowin Ltd.
Camp Wahanowin is currently seeking enthusiastic, dynamic, dedicated and caring university students to work during our Outdoor Education Centre (May and June) and/or our main summer camp programs, Camp Wahanowin and National Music Camp (July and August). Camp Wahanowin, located only 90 minutes north of Toronto, is a co-ed, residential camp that has been providing exciting experiences to campers and staff since 1955.
As a Wahanowin staff member, you will touch and affect many lives and quite possibly change your own. The potential of the summer camp experience is limitless as we strive to deliver a program influencing positively on all or our children and staff. You play a significant role at camp - the responsibility you are being handed is awesome and the required effort tremendous, but the rewards are infinite. The skills you will gain, the campers you meet and the friendships you will make, will create memories that will last a lifetime.
Camp Wahanowin is hiring SUPPORT STAFF for summer of 2019!
- - Standard First Aid, CPR (can be obtained during Spring Training)
- - Criminal Record Check including Vulnerable Position Screening (camp can assist)
- - Enthusiasm for the job, working with children and camp living
- - Minimum 1 year working or educational experience in area of choice
- - Previous camp experience an asset
- - Safe Food Handling preferred
Specific Positions and Related Qualifications:
- - Baker - Baking experience
- - Dining Hall - Restaurant serving, dishwashing experience
- - Driver - G driver’s license
- - Housekeeping - Cleaning experience
- - Kitchen - standards of food preparation, serving and kitchen procedures
- - Maintenance - Electrical, Carpentry or Plumbing experience, G driver’s license
- - Office - Friendly, outgoing, pleasant telephone manner, computer skills
- - Potwasher - foodservice experience
Employment Dates and Salaries:
Includes transportation to camp from Toronto, room, board, use of camp facilities, staff programs, events and excursions
- - April 28th to September 1st - $4000
- - April 28th to June 23rd - $1750
- - June 24th to August 15th or September 1st - $1000-$2250* (varies depending on position and experience)
Complete our online staff application at www.wahanowin.com/staff_forms or send your resume along with three references to:
227 Eglinton Avenue West
Toronto, ON M4R 1A9
Attention: Pete Thistlethwaite, Director
Circle R Ranch
Circle R Ranch is looking for 3-4 individuals to work on the maintenance/operations team for the summer of 2019, if you are interested please visit our website at http://www.circlerranch.ca/employment-opportunities/ and fill out a summer 2019 staff application!
Camp Oochigeas is a privately funded organization that provides children with and affected by childhood cancer opportunities for growth through challenging, enriching, and magical experiences.
Camp Ooch currently seeks Maintenance and Housekeeping staff to join the paid summer staff team in 2019. Full job postings can be found at https://www.ooch.org/camp/careers.
Maintenance - Camp Mi-A-Kon-Da
Mi-A-Kon-Da is looking to hire a Maintenance staff for next summer. Maintenance staff are responsible for the cleaning and upkeep of all camp facilities, maintenance of the camp water system, boat driving, camper transportation, and food delivery. Our Maintenance staff work as a team and report to the camp Director and Assistant Director.
Dates: June 21 – August 26, 2019
- - Cleaning of all facilities
- - Boat driving
- - Delivery and removal of goods
- - Transportation of visitors and campers
- - Maintaining water system, pumps and generators
- - Repairs and general maintenance around camp
- - Additional duties as required
- - 16+ years old
- - Valid Boat Licence and boat driving experience
- - Strong organizational skills
- - Good time management
- - Able to receive direction in a positive manner
- - Able to work independently
- - Strong teamwork and interpersonal skills
- - Flexible, reliable and responsible
Founded in 1955, Camp Mi-A-Kon-Da is a traditional summer camp for girls ages 7-16. The camp is situated on Birch Island, a 23-acre private island on Lake Wah Wash Kesh near Parry Sound, Ontario.
See full job posting here: https://oca29.wildapricot.org/resources/Documents/Nov%2030%20Water-Septic-Coordinator-Camp-Stephens-2019.pdf
YMCA Camp Kitchikewana
Sites Services Manager (six-month contract highly preferred)
The YMCA of Simcoe/Muskoka supports diversity, equity and a workplace free from harassment and discrimination. The YMCA of Simcoe/Muskoka is committed to an inclusive, barrier-free recruitment and selection process and workplace. If you are contacted to participate in the recruitment or selection process, please notify us in advance if you require any accommodations. While we thank all applicants, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
Positions Available: 1
Reports to: Camp Management
Supports: Sites Services Team
- Delivery of Service: Responsible for creating schedules and prioritizing housekeeping (bathrooms, boats and dining hall daily cleaning), boat driving, water treatment and general maintenance of the Camp Site.
- Supervision and Support: Supervises and supports the Sites Services team.
- Budget/Inventory: Tracks expenditures and provides monthly tracking reports to director and/or as requested.
- Health and Safety: Responsible for establishing and enforcing sites services staff uniform policy in accordance to YMCA of Simcoe/Muskoka’s Uniform Policy. Responsible for establishing and enforcing guidelines for use of the boats, maintenance equipment and water treatment system in adherence to Health Regulations, OCA standards, and YMCA of Simcoe/Muskoka’s Policy and Procedures.
- Risk Management: Will work with Sites Services Staff and Camp Management to establish best practices that ensure that industry standards are maintained to best minimize risks associated with House Keeping, Water Treatment, General Maintenance, Boat Driving and Ministry of Labour Standards
- Water-treatment: will be an active member of the Water Treatment team. This includes managing the treatment of all potable water, keeping logs and maintaining open lines of communication with the MOE and Ministry of Health.
- Year-end Report – Will complete a year-end report outlining the summer and suggestions for upcoming summers
Concern for Health and Safety: Acknowledges and understands how to manage and educate others of risk and harm reduction.
Integrity: Demonstrates responsible behaviour at all times and maintains high ethical standards.
Quality Focus: Ensures that YMCA programs and services are superior.
Teamwork: Actively build teams and encourage open relationships for maximum organizational effectiveness.
Communication: Communicates in a thorough, clear and timely manner and supports information sharing and goal achievement across the Association.
Initiative: Seek and find solutions to problems without waiting for direction; identifies new ideas that will assist in achieving mission and strategic goals.
Required Qualifications/ Certifications:
- - Standard First Aid/Basic Rescuer CPR
- - Camp Marine Module (Provided by camp)
- - OIT Water Treatment Certification
- - WHMIS Training (camp will provide)
Contract Length: Early May – Early October 2019 (Fall contract highly preferred)
Application instructions and more information: https://ymcaofsimcoemuskoka.ca/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/Camp_Kitchikewana_Hiring_Package_2019.pdf
YMCA Camp Pine Crest
|Employment Type: Full Time|
|Pay Starting Annual Salary: $33,445|
|Effective: December 14, 2018|
|Reports to: Maintenance Supervisor|
|Location / Region: YMCA Camp Pine Crest, Torrance, ON|
|Application Deadline: December 07, 2018|
|Send Resume and Cover Letter to firstname.lastname@example.org|
Why Work for the Y?
YMCA of Greater Toronto aspires to be a great workplace through an environment that embraces diversity and social inclusion, valuing differences and supporting full participation by all employees. The YMCA provides almost 6,000 employees with meaningful jobs and the opportunity to make a difference in the lives of individuals and the health of our communities. The YMCA works to build healthy communities. This is achieved through a shared culture and values. We recognize the contributions of our staff through innovative practices, great benefits and growth opportunities.
Nature and scope
YMCA Camp Pine Crest is a residential camp during the summer months and runs an Outdoor Centre year round. Located on 650 acres of pristine Muskoka wilderness the Outdoor Centre provides unique experiences for schools, organizations and individuals through a wide range of activities and programs. The staff and volunteers ensure that we provide high quality of programs to all of our participants. In-depth, paid training is provided on site.
The Maintenance Worker provides year-round leadership to all annual maintenance work that supports the camp and outdoor centre operations. This position is responsible for keeping the facility in excellent condition, providing leadership to a seasonal staff team and volunteers and supports the Maintenance Supervisor in managing expenses. The Maintenance Worker is responsible for all seasonal program repairs and projects, light cleaning, electrical and plumbing work as well as general construction. The position directly supervises seasonal maintenance and housekeeping staff and provides support to volunteers. As part of the full time Pine Crest team, the position helps to ensure that all staff and volunteers are supported and provides visitors with the best customer service possible.
The Maintenance Worker works closely with the Maintenance Supervisor year round for site safety, workplace safety training for all other staff and ensuring all aspects of water treatment are in compliance. The position provides leadership for the facilities in the absence of the Maintenance Supervisor.
Works closely with the General Manager and Maintenance Supervisor to design, implement and evaluate the annual site maintenance plan for new building and ongoing refurbishment. Directly supports the work of the seasonal maintenance and housekeeping staff to ensure that day-to-day operational tasks are carried out, including cleaning schedules, general repair, projects to support program areas, laundry and landscaping, snow removal and pest control.
Provides support to Maintenance Supervisor in managing department expenses within established budget. Works closely with Customer Service Team Leader to ensure that all established financial procedures are followed, including personal Visa and expenses report reconciliation and managing appropriate relationships with vendors.
Provides coaching and development to seasonal maintenance staff and volunteers. Ensures that all staff and volunteers have the necessary training and work schedules to complete their responsibilities and successfully achieve their objectives. Provides leadership to volunteers and staff team in developing skills and techniques related to maintenance.
Provides support to the Health and Safety Committee for Camp Pine Crest to ensure that all staff are aware and educated about their rights as employees, trained in safe practices in the workplace and have the proper support to do their jobs well. Provides contributions to training manuals and ensures that staff have appropriate documentation of trainings.
Works closely with the Maintenance Supervisor of Camp Pine Crest to ensure two on-site water treatment plants are continuously running and in compliance with provincial standards. Completes and maintains Level One Operators certification within first three months.
Attends any Association work groups as needed, assists in Pine Crest Capital Campaign, Anniversary events and Alumni Program initiatives where needed.
Demonstrates appropriate behaviours in line with our Mission, Vision and Values as reflected in our YMCA competencies; takes a member focused approach to increase their understanding of programs offered across the Association. Represents the YMCA and the Association in a professional manner.
Understands the legal responsibilities and moral imperative to report suspected child abuse to Child Protection Services.
Understands the importance of the volunteer staff partnership and integrates the value of philanthropy and volunteerism in dealings with members, volunteers, donors and staff.
Other duties as assigned.
- - Minimum of two years related experience in electrical, plumbing, carpentry, small engine repair and general maintenance
- - Operator in Training certification for water plant operations
- - WHMIS and related health and safety training
- - Demonstrated success in budget management
- - Valid Driver’s license and driver’s abstract
- - Standard First Aid and CPR
- - Motivated, positive individual who enjoys the challenge of a fast paced environment.
- - Demonstrated leadership in providing superior customer service and ability to coach staff in techniques for building successful relationships
- - Previous experience providing leadership to staff and volunteers with successful outcomes
- - Well-developed interpersonal, and relationship building skills; ability to establish rapport and excellent communication with members, staff and volunteers
- - Excellent written communication skills
- - Commitment to working in a socially inclusive environment responding with sensitivity and personal awareness to the diverse needs of members including visible and non-visible dimensions of diversity
- - Ability to work in an efficient manner independently and as part of a team.
- - The following position requires the following Association Competencies: advanced competence in: Effective Interpersonal Communication; Ethics & Self- Management; being Member Focused; being Results Focused; Teamwork & Collaboration fundamental competence in: Relationship Building & Partnering; Valuing Diversity & Social Inclusion
Job offers are contingent upon the successful completion of a Police Records Check. Within the first four months and every three years thereafter, a Vulnerable Police Records Check is required.
Taylor Statten Camps
Are you interested in spending your summer on a lake in Algonquin Park? Do you have a passion for the outdoors? If so, then you should come be a part of the Taylor Statten Camps staff team!
The Taylor Statten Camps are Canada's oldest fourth generational family-run traditional summer camp. We are located on Canoe Lake in Algonquin Provincial Park. The camp is made up of Camp Wapomeo for Girls and Camp Ahmek for Boys. Our camper’s age varies from 6 – 16.
Camp: Ahmek & Wapomeo
We are currently seeking six (6) Dining Hall Supervisor, three (3) for each camp.
- - Rinse all dishes, cups, and silverware then wash them with the use of an industrial dishwasher.
- - Put away dishes, cups, and silverware in their correct locations.
- - Sweep and mop dish room after every meal.
- - Take out the trash and compost after every meal.
- - Make sure the dish room area is kept clean. Straighten counter and clean after each meal.
- - These are not the only duties to be performed. Some duties may be reassigned and other duties may be assigned as required.
- - Emergency First Aid or Equivalent and CPR “B”
Compensation varies depending on the position and experience. All positions include room, board, laundry and use of facilities.
Dates of employment: June 16 – August 23, 2019, inclusive
Interested candidates are encouraged to use the online application process found at www.taylorstattencamps.com
Or contact us at the Toronto Office: 416 486 6959
Outward Bound Canada
Outward Bound Canada, Ontario is looking for a location to better suit our current operational needs. This is further detailed below:
- - Property/Landlord
- - Request for Information
Submit by 5:00 p.m. on September 28, 2018
NOTICE INVITING INFORMATION FOR TENANCY
Prospective landlords are invited to submit information to Outward Bound Canada. Interested organizations or individuals can also contact Marika Chandler 1.888.688.9273 ext. 231.
Proposals will be received by e-mail to Marika Chandler @ email@example.com no later than 5:00 p.m. on Sept 28, 2018.
BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE OF THE REQUEST
Outward Bound Canada has been in operation since 1969, from coast to coast. Our mission is to cultivate resilience, leadership, connections and compassion through inspiring and challenging journeys of self-discovery in the natural world. We are both a charitable organization and non-profit organization. We provide expeditions to a range of students from underserved youth, female survivors of domestic violence, veterans, and the general public. Our Ontario operations consist of two separate bases of operation, Toronto urban program and our wilderness program currently based in Katrine, ON. We offer expeditionary experiences ranging from 1 – 32 days in length exploring the urban ravines or remote rivers in Northern Ontario. Our busiest operational season is from May to November.
In a year we serve up to 500 participants within this program area. We actively seek out funding opportunities and partners to support those who would not otherwise have the opportunity to participate in expeditionary experiences; 70% of all of our participants are supported in some degree (10-100%) to attend our programs. We employ up to 20 staff on contract in our busy operational season, and 2 full time staff year-round. This team is supported by the National Expeditionary Support Team (NEST) based out of Toronto.
Over our history our wilderness program has changed with the changing needs of our clients and our mission. We originally were based in North-western Ontario in the Wabakimi region, eventually moved to a vast property outside of Burk’s Falls. Changes in our operation have simplified our needs for a base and prompted a move from Burk’s Falls to Katrine. We have been based out of this location for 8 years and have had a wonderful landlord and supporter with the Almaguin Campground. At this site we have rented a portion of the property and operating business (an operating campground and trailer park). We are looking for a location to better suit our current operational needs. This is further detailed below however would include an office area, area for equipment storage, ample parking and the potential to have students on site for a single overnight.
This document will detail the scope of need for the property, and the process/timeline for our relocation.
The scope of the property would be either: sole use by OBC, or shared use with another organization. The required needs of this property are further detailed below but can be easily summarized as a house with a garage.
As a tenant, we would look for a landlord to provide management of the property in entirety to maintain a safe and habitable condition including lawn care, snow clearing, emergency repairs, etc.
The maximum term of the contract will be for 2 years with annual review and the intent to continue long term. Initiation of this tenancy is desired between November 2018 - May 2019.
DETAILED SCOPE OF NEED
Broadly the list of amenities required includes but is not limited to:
- - Indoor space for as follows:
- - Office space
- - high-speed internet capabilities
- - cell service
- - accommodates up to 5 admin staff
- - Prep area for route planning etc can accommodate a large table
- - Staff Accommodation
- - shower for staff
- - can accommodate up to 5 staff at a time minimum (larger will also be considered)
- - kitchen area
- - Equipment storage and food packing area including approx. 1500 square feet
- - on-site fridges and freezer
- - large wash basin/laundry sink (x3)
- - washer/dryer
- - drying area for damp/wet equipment
- - Outdoor space
- - Parking
- - 2 OBC vehicles (crew cab & 15 passenger van), 2 canoe trailers, 2 enclosed trailers
- - Staff vehicle parking from 2 – 15 vehicles, varying with the season
- - Camping area to accommodate up to 30 students under the supervision of OBC staff. Including access to potable water and an outhouse/bathroom.
- - Parking
- - Office space
- - Municipal water system
- - Municipal waste removal or dump access
- - Winter road maintenance
- - Accommodation for up to 20 staff (dorm style is appropriate)
- - Outdoor showers or showers suitable for students after an expedition
- - Covered outdoor area for programming (eg: gazebo)
- - Additional on-site storage areas
- - Property proximity to neighbours and privacy
- - Access to wilderness area nearby
The landlord may be asked to perform, or outsource, tasks including but not limited to:
- - General maintenance (including indoor, outdoor, plumbing, electrical)
- - Emergency maintenance
- - Snow removal
- - Water systems (well and septic or the comparable municipal systems)
- - Renovation and refurbishing
- - Inspect and maintain standards set in partnership
- - Compliance with the Landlord Tenant Act and other regulating federal and provincial bodies
- A cover letter indicating the Organizational / Individual interest in becoming a landlord for OBC and your background in property management.
- Property plan, describe in detail the overall plan of a proposed base for OBC including amenities of the property and services offered
- Detailed costing estimate
- Proposed date of tenancy initiation
- List any challenges or conflicts you may foresee
- Provide references who may be able to speak to the Organization / Individual capacity for this project
- - Deadline for information submission – 5:00pm Sept 28, 2018
- - Follow up will be conducted in October 2018
Tim Horton Onondaga Farms
You know that it can be hard to be away from home; especially for young people. It brings you fulfillment to know that what you do helps them feel comfortable and safe in their home away from home. You are meticulous and your attention to detail can be seen in your work.
If this sounds like you, consider an opportunity as a Housekeeper (Contract Position) with the Tim Horton Children’s Foundation.
Tim Horton Onondaga Farms (THOF) is one of the Foundation’s 7 camps, and is located on over 400 acres of picturesque farmland, surrounded by feed crops, rolling hills and protected wetlands. Located a 1 hour drive south-west of Toronto, THOF is committed to the preservation and protection of wildlife and the natural environment. The on-site farm is the home to horses, cattle, goats, chickens, rabbits and donkeys. Program highlights at THOF include: overnight camping and backpacking, high and low ropes challenge courses, fishing, archery, and environmental programming.
Expected Work Term
As soon as possible – December 2018
- - maintain a clean, sanitary, comfortable and tidy environment for campers and guests
- - organize work schedule based on arrivals/departures and priority items
- - wash, store and distribute clean linens
- - stock facilities with supplies as necessary
- - respond to requests for housekeeping
- - report maintenance issues, including hazards
- - maintain an inventory of cleaning supplies and equipment, and submit orders as needed
- - ensure health and safety standards are followed at all times
- - contribute to a supportive and positive work environment
- - experience working in a hospitality environment
- - previous experience cleaning a large facility (an asset)
- - physical stamina and mobility to reach, kneel and bend
- - the ability to lift, push and pull up to 25 lbs.
- - reliable transportation to and from camp (required)
- - a clear criminal background check and/or vulnerable sector search, as applicable
The Tim Horton Children’s Foundation is committed to serving youth from low-income families living in Tim Hortons communities across Canada and the United States. Our programs builds skills and strengths that help youth thrive at school, succeed in their future workplaces and become positive, contributing members of their communities.
Join our team to…
- - be part of a passionate team committed to empowering youth to pursue a life without limits
- - work in a positive and friendly environment
- - receive comprehensive training
- - work in a picturesque location, ideal for outdoor adventures
- - enjoy meals while campers are in session
- - have access to various recreational activities