Cairn Family of Camps
Facilities staff are responsible for the regular maintenance routines which help keep the Cairn Family of Camps safe, clean and operational. They work with the Facilities Manager to ensure the preservation and development of the site.
Willingness to do what needs to be done for the benefit of campers’ experience.
Demonstrate strong support and commitment to the mission and core values of the Cairn Family of Camps, and to serving its campers, staff, families, and all program participants.
Be aware of and adhere to all camp and provincial/national regulations and policies.
Work with the Facilities Manager in supervision of staff duties, ensuring that proper and adequate supplies are provided.
Supervise, support and provide necessary training to Facilities Counsellors and volunteers.
Help to keep all camp areas safe and clean.
Ensure the garbage, recycling and cardboard behind the kitchen is cleared at the end of the day.
Ensure regular upkeep and maintenance of the physical site.
Assist the Facilities Manager in managing inventory.
Assist the Facilities Manager in testing and maintaining the drinking water filtration system as trained to do.
Complete a year-end report outline the roles & responsibilities of the job and suggestions for the upcoming seasons.
The successful applicant is required to live onsite for the duration of the summer camping season.
EXPERIENCE & QUALIFICATIONS:
Standard First Aid/CPR-C
Clear Police Reference Check and Vulnerable Sector Screening
Mandated training (including AODA, Workplace Violence & Harassment, Health & Safety Awareness, Child Protection, etc.) is required before or shortly after commencement of work
Applicant may be asked to obtain their Drinking Water Operator OIT Certificate.
G-class driver’s license (recommended)
Preference will be given to candidates who are available for a 4-month contract (May to August).
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 an 80% summer staff salary increase over the past 2 years. 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 28th-August 21st, 2020 – 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
The most fun you can have making the biggest difference in the lives of children!
Since 1912, Sparrow Lake Camp has been a not-for-profit traditional overnight summer camp located just north of Orillia on beautiful Sparrow Lake. Originally founded by the United Church of Canada, Sparrow Lake is a fully inclusive community aimed at providing quality camp experiences for children and youth regardless of religion, gender, culture, ability, or economic status.
Job Posting – Summer Cleaner
Location: Sparrow Lake Camp, Severn, Ontario
Dates of Employment: June 26, 2019 – August 22, 2019, some Spring work available
Salary: $16/hr – 30 hours/week – 8 weeks
The Summer Cleaner acts in accordance with camp policies and procedures as follows:
- -Performing daily routine cleaning duties such as: cleaning of buildings, washrooms and program areas, spills, waste management, site clean-up
- -Follows all provincial standards and operating procedures in a safe and professional manner.
- -Acts as a role model for all camp policies, procedures and philosophies.
- -Must wear appropriate safety clothing as required
- -Meets additional staff expectations, as assigned.
- -Must have previous cleaning experience
- -Must submit a Police Reference Check
- -Familiar with the safe handling and storage of cleaning chemicals
To apply, visit www.sparrowlakecamp.com. All applications must be made through our system online.
Moorelands Camp…. because every kid deserves a childhood.
Tucked away on 45 acres of sandy beaches and dense forests, accessible only by boat is Moorelands Camp. Each summer we serve over 600 economically disadvantaged children and youth from Toronto. It is our desire to see each child enjoy nature, gain social skills and experience personal growth; we do that through our intentional programs.
Working at Moorelands is demanding, challenging and rewarding! Our staff are positive, enthusiastic team players who put the needs of others before their own. They are ready for the challenge of being a strong influence, a consistent role model, and mentor to the youth that come to Moorelands. Staff are 18 years of age or older.
Camp sessions are week long; staff enjoys 1 +½ days off in-between sessions, transportation to Toronto is provided for days off. As we are an overnight camp, staff are expected to stay onsite (room and board provided) throughout the week.
Service Team - The Service Team supports the camp programs with a variety of services including: boat and vehicle driving, grounds keeping, managing food orders, garbage removal and security. They oversee washroom/shower maintenance and other regular daily operation routines.
APPLY ONLINE - For application, job descriptions, camp dates & location please visit our web site: http://www.moorelands.ca/camp-jobs/
Camp White Pine
Camp White Pine is looking for support staff to work in our Maintenance, Dining Hall and Laundry areas.
Positions are from June 21 to August 14, with work available as early as April 27 and as late as October 10 for candidates available to work our shoulder seasons.
All roles include a competitve salary, and Room and Board in full for the duration of the term of employment.
To learn more about Camp White Pine, please visit www.campwhitepine.com and apply online https://campwhitepine.com/work-at-camp/
CAMP TAMARACK is located in Bracebridge, Ontario. We are just under 2 hours north of Toronto. Tamarack’s private 1000 acre property, surrounding a pristine lake, is the magical setting for the building of skills, friendships and memories that will last a lifetime. Campers and staff come from all over the world to spend their summers with us.
We are currently looking for an incredible candidate to join our maintenance team. In this role you will have the opportunity to help in a variety of areas including landscaping, lawn mowing and light maintenance projects. When you’re not working you MUST get out and enjoy the site and participate in as many activities as possible. If you you’re interested, complete the online application HERE
Feel free to call us if you have any questions @ 416-782-0736. www.camptamarack.info
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 19 – August 30, 2020
Salary of $425 per week
4% vacation pay
Room & Board included
Cleaning of all facilities
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.
Send Resume, Cover Letter and References to:
Red Pine Camp
In addition to the general Senior Staff roles, the Senior Staff Property works with the Property Managers to maintain the camp facilities and property.
Manage the Junior Property Staff to ensure camp facilities and grounds are kept clean and organized throughout the week.
Regular Tasks include: properly cleaning washrooms & showers, First Aid Post, common buildings and cabins regularly; transferring organic compost to Molok containers; trimming grass; cutting and stacking firewood; sweeping courts; maintaining grounds; managing camper fix it requests
- Direct and ensure all staff accomplish property tasks safely and thoroughly; working alongside the Junior Staff, modelling a good work ethic and high standards.
- Maintain a safe and clean work environment in and around the property shop
- Train staff in the Fire Emergency Plan, manage practice drills and communicate Plan to campers
- Train staff and oversee the Folklore night fire according to the safety protocol
- Oversee safe and proper use, maintenance and upkeep of all sports equipment
- Plan, organize and supervise weekly camper cabin changeover
- Set up and take down equipment for Family Program events, including Barbeque etc.
- Manage inventory of commonly used property supplies and notify Property Manager or Camp Coordinators if more supplies are required
- Assist with power outage procedures
- Provide support to the Family Program department
- Liaise and assist the Property Managers with projects around camp as required
General Senior Staff Responsibilities
Members of the Senior Staff report directly to the Camp Coordinators and oversee the delivery of camp programs and operations. Senior Staff are responsible for the day to day leadership and management of the Junior Staff.
Embrace, uphold and promote Red Pine Camp’s Mission, Vision and Values
Work collaboratively with the other members of the Senior Staff team
Show dedication to quality, teamwork and customer service
Show respect for staff, campers and the environment
Adhere to the Senior Staff guidelines and personal code of conduct
Act as a role model for the Junior Staff and campers
Be familiar with camp policies and endorse them to staff and campers
Participate in camp life
- Liaise with the ECD and designated committee member prior to camp season in order to become familiar with the senior role and prepare the department for camp opening.
- Participate in pre-camp activities including planning staff training, updating department programs & processes, setting up equipment & facilities, and other department duties
- During camp, train, supervise, schedule and evaluate the Junior Staff
- Train, supervise and evaluate the leaders-in-training campers
- Provide support in other departments
- Promote and uphold Junior Staff rules of conduct
- Participate in scheduled Senior Staff duties (evening camp “Lock-Up”, bunk checks etc.)
- Ensure your department, cabin and other commonly used areas of camp are kept clean
and in the condition you found them. Report any issues to the Coordinators.
- Ensure all camp facilities are kept tidy and in good condition
- Prepare an end of season report
- Recommend changes and additions to departmental manuals
- Observe the hours of work necessary to perform your job and responsibilities
- Perform any other operational duties as assigned by the Camp Coordinators
Position: Phragmites and Property Maintenance
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.
Gras 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.
Detailed Job description available upon request.
Resumes and Cover letter must be submitted by January 30, 2020
Please forward resume and Cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org
Pearce Williams Summer Camp
Job Posting information for Maintenance Assistant:
Pearce Williams Summer Camp is looking for a Maintenance Assistant to help run our camp maintenance for the spring and/or summer. The Maintenance Assistant responsibilities may include, but are not limited to, landscaping, minor maintenance repair, hiking trail upkeep, general cleaning and ensuring that the camp health and safety guidelines are followed.
Responsible to: Executive Director, Maintenance Team Leader
We currently have one (1) opening for Maintenance Assistant.
The Maintenance Assistant will provide a current criminal reference check and have relevant experience. Emergency or Standard First aid is required with at least CPR C.
The job description for all staff at Pearce Williams Summer Camp is to do what needs to be done to ensure that our summer campers have the most amazing summer camp experience.
Please visit our website to find out more information about Pearce Williams Summer Camp and to fill in our online application. (www.campisbetter.com/staff) Pearce Williams Summer Camp is located just ½ hour southwest of London, Ontario.
Compensation varies depending on the position and experience. All positions include room, board and use of facilities.
All are welcome to apply. Pearce Williams prioritizes students (coming from and going to a secondary or post-secondary school) for this position.
From June 26th, 2020, to August 21st, 2020 inclusive.
(Spring Opportunities Also Available - From May 1st, to June 26th, 2020 inclusive.)
8009 Iona Road
Fingal, Ontario N0L 1K0