Camp Job Opportunities

Each of our camp positions are described in detail below. Please read the complete job description before applying. Complete the following steps to submit your submission packet. Then you can be on your way to camp this summer!

Resident Camp Session: June 14, 2015 - July 31, 2015 (Staffing Needs May Vary)
Day Camp Session: June 15, 2015 - August 7, 2015 (Staffing Needs May Vary)

Required Dates:
Pre-Camp Training (All Staff): June 7, 2015 - June 12, 2015
Post-Camp Clean Up: End of Sessions (Dates and Times Vary by Location)

All Camp Job Requirements:

All staff is required to the successful completion of screening:  Level 2 criminal background and National Sexual Predator Online Website (NSPOW).

 

All staff must be willing to adhere to the Girl Scout Promise and Law along with having a current knowledge, or be willing to learn, of the Girl Scout program.

 

All camp positions require people who are team players, willing to accept other duties as assigned, able to withstand the extreme summer heat, and can get along with others in various settings.


Your Submission Packet:
  1. Submit Current Resume
  2. Submit References
  3. Submit Verification of Education
  4. Submit Girl Scouts of Citrus EEO Attachment
  5. Submit Completed Girl Scouts of Citrus Camp Application
  6. Send Completed Submission Packet to Theresa Rivera.

 

 Day Camp Positions

 
The following positions are day (off site) staff positions, which do not include food or lodging. Day Camp runs Monday through Friday,7am to 7pm, actual scheduled hours will vary. Camp staff must be flexible to reassignment throughout the summer to meet the needs of the actual programs and camps offered each camp week. Locations will vary and some travel may be required. 

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  • 21 years of age minimum. Reports directly to the Day Camp Manager.  Experience working with children in a camp or recreation setting. Also must have experience working well and supervising peers. Responsible for planning unit activities with girls, keeping all special needs a priority and communicating any special instructions.

    18 years of age minimum. Reports directly to the Day Camp Assistant. Previous camp experience or working with children in a camp or recreation setting preferred. Responsible for helping to plan unit activities with girls, instructing activities, and supervision of campers’ daily activities. May be required to facilitate self guided activities. Must be able to work well with peers and children. Completion of Counselor-in-Training program preferred.

 

 Resident Camp Positions

 
The following positions are resident (live-in) staff positions, which include food and lodging. Camp staff are given appropriate time off during and between sessions. Female staff are housed in quarters that are centrally located to the girls in their unit/session. Male staff are housed in separate quarters from all females.
  • 18 years of age minimum and a High School Graduate. Responsible for the assistance of medical record keeping, infirmary inventory, maintaining a clean and sanitary environment, assisting the Health Supervisor with the overall wellbeing of all campers and staff. Someone with medical experience or interest preferred.
    21 years of age minimum. Reports directly to the Food Service Manager. Responsible for helping prepare and serve for all meals. Responsible for maintaining a clean and safe kitchen and following all safety guidelines. Current Safe Serve certification preferred.

    18 years of age minimum. Current lifeguard certification from a recognized sponsoring agency. Experience in working with large groups in a camp setting is helpful. Experienced in lake or pool settings required.  Will also be responsible for unit assignments when there is no program taking place. Must be flexible and willing to cover breaks as needed. 

    18 years of age minimum. Plan and provide creative exciting activities in one or all of these areas: Arts & Crafts, Sports, Aquatics, High Adventure, Archery, Environmental Education, or Fine Arts (Dance & Music). Must be a team player and willing to be responsible for unit assignments when there is no program taking place. Must be flexible and willing to cover breaks as needed.

    18 years of age minimum. Previous camp experience or working with children in a camp or recreation setting. Responsible for helping to plan unit activities with girls, instructing activities, and supervision of campers’ daily activities and sleep time. May be required to facilitate self guided activities. Must be able to work well with peers and children. Completion of Counselor-in-Training program preferred.

    21 years of age minimum or 2 or more years of experience working as a resident camp counselor. Experience working with children in a camp or recreation setting preferred. Must also be able to work well  and supervise peers. Responsible for planning unit activities with girls, keeping all special needs a priority and communicating any special instructions. Supervise the overall activities in the unit, me time, kapers, showers and bed time. Responsible for the direct supervision of Unit Assistants and their needs. Attend planning meetings and communicate back with unit team. Ability to supervise young adults and girls.