Working at a Summer Camp is a Real job!

 

Are you:

  • over the age of 18,

  • looking to be an influencer in ways that you can’t imagine,

  • eager to work at a summer camp, being around fun staff and campers,

  • available to live on-site from June 19-July30 on Big Star Lake near Baldwin, Michigan,

  • wanting to build your work experience, get a great reference, enhance your resume,

  • earn some money this summer?

If you can answer yes to these questions, then check out how to join the Staff at the Odd Fellow and Rebekah Tall Oaks Camp!  We are a non-profit camp that serves those that need camp the most…Kids that wouldn’t have an opportunity to attend summer camp otherwise.

Positions Open:

Lifeguard: As the Lifeguard you will:

  • if not certified, Red Cross training and certification will be provided,

  • be responsible to ensure the safety of campers while at the waterfront or in the water,

  • be able to respond to emergency situations, and

  • train camp staff in waterfront safety and how to be a waterfront observer

  • work with the camp staff to organize and implement a safe, fun, and recreational water program geared to the interests and abilities of campers.

Assistant Lifeguard:  As the Assistant Lifeguard you will:

  • receive training as needed in Waterfront safety and First Aid,

  • assist the Lifeguard and staff to ensure the safety of campers while at the waterfront,

  • be able to respond to emergency situations, and

  • work with the camp staff to provide a safe, fun, and recreational water program geared to the interests and abilities of campers.

Camp Health Officer:  as the Camp Health Officer you will:

  • If not a licensed medical professional, Red Cross training and certification will be provided,

  • conduct Camper Check-In prescreening and records,

  • dispense all required medications, maintaining required records,

  • provide general health care and first aid treatment for injuries or illness,

  • work with the staff to help provide a safe camping environment.

Assistant Camp Health Officer:  as the Assistant Camp Health Officer you will:

  • work with Camp Health Officer in a professional and confidential manner,

  • be trained in Camp procedures to supervisor campers as needed,

  • assist in providing general health care and first aid treatment for injuries or illness,

  • work with the staff to help provide a safe camping environment.

Camp Counselor: As a Counselor you will:

  • directly supervise campers assigned to your cabin for their one-week camp sessions,

  • assist campers as they learn and grow while providing a safe, fun, nurturing environment,

  • work with other staff members to make each week fit campers needs and interests,

  • help campers develop and reach their fullest potential.

Kitchen Crew Member: As part of the kitchen crew, you will:

  • work under the direction of the Head Cook in the preparation and serving of meals and snacks to the campers and staff,

  • be responsible for dishwasher duty and kitchen clean-up,

  • help with stocking incoming food and supplies.

Additional questions?  Call Sue Herron at 231.301.3775.

 

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