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Ryerson Day Camps staff members have a strong passion and demonstrated interest in working with children, youth, and teens. Each staff member takes initiative to create a community that is centred on the needs of our campers. Staff members are committed to providing each camper with a fun, safe, and memorable summer camp experience. Day Camp staff are selected for their skills as leaders, teachers, mentors, and creative programmers.

Day Camp staff are teachers, coaches, recreation professionals, university graduates/students, varsity athletes, and senior high school students. All staff members hold First Aid and CPR certification, and pool staff are qualified lifeguards. Ryerson Day Camp staff members must successfully complete a criminal background check prior to the start of their employment.

All Day Camp staff are required to apply to us each year, whether they are returning staff or new applicants. New staff members complete an interview with us, and they must demonstrate a strong ability and desire to work with young people.

Ryerson University is strongly committed to fostering diversity within our community. We welcome those who would contribute to the further diversification of our staff, our faculty and its scholarship including, but not limited to, women, visible minorities, Aboriginal people, persons with disabilities, and persons of any sexual orientation or gender identity. Please note that all qualified candidates are encouraged to apply but applications from Canadians and permanent residents will be given priority.

Ryerson Summer Day Camps is committed to creating a welcoming community where everyone is accepted, included, and celebrated.

We believe in:

  • Creating fair opportunities for everyone at Camp
  • Making sure everyone at Camp feels safe

We must:

  • Communicate and work together with everyone in our community
  • Invite everyone at Camp to share their ideas and have their voices heard

We understand that:

  • We need to keep an open mind
  • We must continue to learn about how we can include, accept, and celebrate everyone at Camp

We will work towards:

  • Continuing to build a community where everyone feels welcome, safe, and included
  • Encouraging everyone to share and participate at Camp

Ryerson University is committed to accessibility for individuals with disabilities. If you require any accommodations for accessibility at any point during the application process, please let us know.

Staff Applications

In a typical year, staff applications open in December for leadership staff and in January for camp counsellors and instructors. 

For 2021, staff applications will be posted to this page as they become available. 

Pre-Camp Staff Training

Pre-Camp Staff Training & Preparation is a multi-day commitment prior to the start of summer camp. All Day Camp staff are required to participate fully in Pre-Camp.

We have tentatively scheduled the following dates for Pre-Camp Staff Training:

  • Monday, July 5 – Friday, July 23, 2021 (9:00 am – 5:00 pm, weekends excluded)

Pre-Camp includes a general orientation to the Day Camp program, opportunities to develop camper leadership skills, a variety of workshops (equity and diversity, health and safety, goal setting, teamwork, emotional and social growth), and in-depth training in long-term athlete development framing the sports and activities that we offer. Additionally, Pre-Camp includes physical preparation of camp facilities & equipment, as well as development of lesson plans.

Summer Camp: July 26 – August 27, 2021

Staff are expected to commit to all five (5) weeks of summer camp (Monday-Friday, holidays excluded):

  • July Week #4 (July 26 - 30)
  • August Week #1 (August 3 - 6)
  • August Week #2 (August 9 - 13)
  • August Week #3 (August 16 - 20)
  • August Week #4 (August 23 - 27)

Staff applications are to be completed online. You can find the staff application by visiting ryersoncamps.campbrainstaff.com, external link, opens in new window.

The application for In-Person Camp involves three (3) steps:

  1. Answer and submit the application questions at ryersoncamps.campbrainstaff.com, external link
  2. Upload your resume, cover letter, and copies of your certifications to ryersoncamps.campbrainstaff.com, external link
  3. Record a 3-minute video of yourself teaching a skill, and send it to camps@ryerson.ca. More detailed instructions will be emailed to you once you complete step #1.

We appreciate each applicant’s interest in a position with us. Only applicants selected for an interview will be contacted.

Open Job Opportunities

Previous (Closed) Job Opportunities

Overview

Preface: In 2021, the Day Camp program will prepare for two distinct versions of summer: one for virtual camps, and one for in-person camps. The job description that follows describes a position that will operate in person only

Description: The Ryerson Day Camps in-person program provides one-week camp experiences to children ages 6 - 17 in downtown Toronto. Our camps are renowned for their  high-quality instruction, and experienced and caring camp staff. The In-Person Camp Counsellor is responsible for delivery of camp programming to campers, and for following all guidance from the Ministry of Health on the safe operation of in-person day camps.

Position Details

Starting wage: $14.25 / hour

Application deadline: July 14, 2021

Position start date: ASAP

Camp type: in-person

Term & hours / week

Spring/Summer

  • July 5th - August 27th: 37.5 hours / week

Position type:

  • Non-Career Boost

Qualifications:

  • Post-secondary education (completion or enrolment in a post-secondary program) in a related field or commensurate experience
  • Previous camp staff experience as a counsellor/instructor is an asset
  • Well-developed interpersonal, and relationship building skills; ability to establish rapport and excellent communication with campers, parents/guardians, and staff
  • Proven ability to work as a team member in a fast-paced environment
  • Self-starter and organizer
  • Successful completion of a criminal background check

Role-Specific Responsibilities

  • Recognize and respond to the needs of campers within the activity group and within the broader Day Camp community
  • Plan, lead and evaluate all group-based activities onsite and offsite
  • Provide opportunities within the group experience that allow for success of individual campers and the group
  • Be aware of any health issues or general concerns expressed by the Seasonal Camp Coordinator, leadership team, or camper family prior to the start of Camp
  • Supervise all aspects of the campers' day including Morning Circle, activity rotations, lunch, snack, and pick up at the end of the day
  • Help with supervision of campers during Before Care, After Care, and lunch times as assigned
  • Instruct campers in emergency procedures such as fire drills, etc.
  • Ensure camper safety throughout the day
  • Contribute to camp set-up and program planning as directed by Seasonal Camp Coordinator during Pre-Camp (July 5 - 23)

General Responsibilities

  • Ensure participant safety throughout each day
  • Ensure the confidentiality of all camper, family, and staff information in accordance with Ryerson’s Privacy Policy
  • Assist Camp & Aquatics Coordinator to oversee Day Camp and Ontario Camps Association standards within all areas of Camp operations
  • Ensure all Camp activities are proactive in supporting health and safety of campers and staff
  • Ensure risk management plans are in place
  • Set a positive example for campers and others including cleanliness, punctuality, and attitude
  • Follow and enforce Day Camp rules as outlined in the Staff, Volunteer, and Camper Codes of Conduct
  • Assist in creating and maintaining a culture of inclusivity, belonging, pride and excellence in Athletics & Recreation facilities by providing excellent customer service to campers, families, and guests
  • All other duties as assigned or required

Overview

Preface: In 2021, the Day Camp program will prepare for two distinct versions of summer: one for virtual camps, and one for in-person camps. The job description that follows describes a position that will operate in virtual camp only

Description: Design-a-Bot virtual camp introduces campers to the coding, programming, ideation, and design skills they need to assemble their very own remote-controlled vehicle. The Design-a-Bot Camp Counsellor is responsible for the delivery of the Design-a-Bot program to youth ages 12 - 15. This program will run virtually over one week, from July 19 - 23.

Position Details

Starting wage: $18.00 / hour

Positions available: 1

Application deadline: June 14, 2021

Position start date: June 28, 2021

Camp type: virtual 

Term & hours / week

Spring/Summer

  • June 28 - 30: Staff training (15 - 20 hours)
  • July 19 - 23: Virtual camp (22.5 hours)

Position type:

  • Non-Career Boost

Qualifications:

  • Post-secondary education (completion or enrolment in a post-secondary program) in a related field or commensurate experience
  • Previous camp staff experience as a counsellor/instructor is an asset
  • Background in programming (Arduinos and coding) is an asset
  • Ability to troubleshoot coding and physical programming with students 
  • Well-developed interpersonal, and relationship building skills; ability to establish rapport and excellent communication with campers, parents/guardians, and staff
  • Proven ability to work as a team member in a fast-paced environment
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Self-starter and organizer
  • Successful completion of a criminal background check

Role-Specific Responsibilities

  • Lead the delivery of the Design-a-Bot program using existing plans and making additions where appropriate
  • Provide instruction and supervision to campers throughout the program
  • Collaborate with practicum students in their placements with the Design-a-Bot program
  • Provide Seasonal Camps Coordinator with detailed report on the program at the end of the summer

General Responsibilities

  • Ensure participant safety throughout each day
  • Ensure the confidentiality of all camper, family, and staff information in accordance with Ryerson’s Privacy Policy
  • Assist Camp & Aquatics Coordinator to oversee Day Camp and Ontario Camps Association standards within all areas of Camp operations
  • Ensure all Camp activities are proactive in supporting health and safety of campers and staff
  • Ensure risk management plans are in place
  • Set a positive example for campers and others including cleanliness, punctuality, and attitude
  • Follow and enforce Day Camp rules as outlined in the Staff, Volunteer, and Camper Codes of Conduct
  • Assist in creating and maintaining a culture of inclusivity, belonging, pride and excellence in Athletics & Recreation facilities by providing excellent customer service to campers, families, and guests
  • All other duties as assigned or required

Overview

Preface: In 2021, the Day Camp program will prepare for two distinct versions of summer: one for virtual camps, and one for in-person camps. The job description that follows describes a position that will operate with in-person camp only. 

Description: The Administrative Lead has overall administrative responsibility for providing a seamless summer camp experience for campers and staff. This includes managing camper information in the camp database, communicating directly with families, managing registrations and refunds, and ensuring the confidentiality of all information. The Administrative Lead reports to the Seasonal Camp Coordinator.

Position Details

Starting wage: $15.50 / hour

Positions available: 1

Application deadline: June 3, 2021

Position start date: June 7, 2021

Camp type: in-person

Term & hours / week

Spring/Summer

  • June 7 - July 30: Camp preparation & staff training (35 hours / week)
  • August 3 - August 27: In-Person Camp (35 hours / week)

Position type:

  • Career Boost (applicants must be eligible for Ryerson Career Boost to apply)

Qualifications:

  •  Post-secondary education (completion or enrolment in a post-secondary program) or commensurate experience
  • Minimum one season of camp staff experience is an asset
  • Work/volunteer experience in an administrative role is an asset
  • Well-developed interpersonal, and relationship building skills; ability to establish rapport and excellent communication with campers, parents/guardians, and staff
  • Proven ability to work as a team member in a fast-paced environment
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Self-starter and organizer
  • Current Standard First Aid and CPR ‘C’
  • Successful completion of a criminal background check
  • Applicants must be eligible for Ryerson Career Boost 

Role-Specific Responsibilities

  • Manage registration for Summer Camp (including communication with potential and registered families)
  • Assist with the organization and implementation of staff training
  • Organize and oversee camper drop off each morning, including late drop-offs and early pick-ups
  • Report on administrative responsibilities to Seasonal Camp Coordinator on regular basis
  • Update CampBrain database as necessary
  • Produce CampBrain reports for colleagues in Camp Leadership Team
  • Uphold Ontario Camps Association standards within camp administrative responsibilities
  • Ensure the confidentiality of all camper, family, and staff information in accordance with Ryerson’s Privacy Policy
  • Supervise campers during Before Care, After Care, and lunch times as assigned
  • Provide group coverage during Counsellor breaks as required
  • Assist campers during emergency procedures such as fire drills, etc.

General Responsibilities

  • Ensure participant safety throughout each day
  • Ensure the confidentiality of all camper, family, and staff information in accordance with Ryerson’s Privacy Policy
  • Assist Camp & Aquatics Coordinator to oversee Day Camp and Ontario Camps Association standards within all areas of Camp operations
  • Ensure all Camp activities are proactive in supporting health and safety of campers and staff
  • Ensure risk management plans are in place
  • Set a positive example for campers and others including cleanliness, punctuality, and attitude
  • Follow and enforce Day Camp rules as outlined in the Staff, Volunteer, and Camper Codes of Conduct
  • Assist in creating and maintaining a culture of inclusivity, belonging, pride and excellence in Athletics & Recreation facilities by providing excellent customer service to campers, families, and guests
  • Help with supervision of campers during Before Care, After Care, and lunch times as assigned
  • All other duties as assigned or required

Overview

Preface: In 2021, the Day Camp program will prepare for two distinct versions of summer: one for virtual camps, and one for in-person camps. The job description that follows describes a position that would operate in both scenarios, and applicants should understand that each scenario is equally likely. In the event that the Day Camp program were to run in-person, this position would see an increase to full-time hours.

Description: The Leader-in-Training (LIT) program is a two-step program that supports veteran campers of Ryerson Summer Day Camps to transition to the role of leader. The LIT Facilitators are responsible for the development and delivery of the LIT program to youth ages 14 - 17 throughout the summer. This program may be delivered virtually or in-person, depending on public health guidance and approval from Ryerson University. During the weeks the LIT program is not offered, the LIT Facilitators are either assigned as a Counsellor to a camper group or support the Day Camp program in other capacities as required.

Position Details

Starting wage: $14.75 / hour

Positions available: 2

Application deadline: March 25, 2021

Position start date: April 26, 2021

Camp type: virtual and in-person (this position's role will change depending on the camp program that is offered)

Term & hours / week

Spring/Summer

  • April 26 – Jun 18: 10 hrs / week
  • June 21 – Aug 27: 36 hrs / week
  • Opportunity for expanded hours in the event of transition from virtual to in-person programming

Position type:

  • Non-Career Boost

Qualifications:

  • Post-secondary education (completion or enrolment in a post-secondary program) in a related field or commensurate experience
  • Minimum 2 seasons of camp staff (or similar) experience
  • Significant previous teaching experience in camp program areas (certification is an asset)
  • Demonstration of strong leadership skills in a summer camp, recreation, or other setting
  • Well-developed interpersonal, and relationship building skills; ability to establish rapport and excellent communication with campers, parents/guardians, and staff
  • Proven ability to work as a team member in a fast-paced environment
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Self-starter and organizer
  • Current Standard First Aid and CPR ‘C’ certification
  • Successful completion of a criminal background check

Role-Specific Responsibilities

  • Using available resources and previous examples, develop an updated LIT program curriculum that will meet the needs of our current LIT registrants
  • Lead the delivery of the LIT program
  • Provide leadership and supervision to LIT registrants throughout the program, in partnership with other camp programs as necessary
  • Supervise and support practicum students in their placements with the LIT program
  • Provide Seasonal Camps Coordinator with detailed report on the program at the end of the summer
  • Provide Seasonal Camps Coordinator with formal feedback on each participant including recommendations for the future
  • In collaboration with the Seasonal Camps Coordinator, interpret and apply relevant public health guidance for the safe operation of LIT programs in response to COVID-19

General Responsibilities

  • Assist as needed with general day camp programs, including supervision during special programming and emergency procedures
  • Ensure participant safety throughout each day
  • Assist with input information into the CampBrain database
  • Ensure the confidentiality of all camper, family, and staff information in accordance with Ryerson’s Privacy Policy
  • Assist Camp & Aquatics Coordinator to oversee Day Camp and Ontario Camps Association standards within all areas of Camp operations
  • Ensure all Camp activities are proactive in supporting health and safety of campers and staff
  • Ensure risk management plans are in place
  • Set a positive example for campers and others including cleanliness, punctuality, and attitude
  • Follow and enforce Day Camp rules as outlined in the Staff, Volunteer, and Camper Codes of Conduct
  • Assist in creating and maintaining a culture of inclusivity, belonging, pride and excellence in Athletics & Recreation facilities by providing excellent customer service to campers, families, and guests
  • All other duties as assigned or required

Applications will be accepted until Monday, April 12th @ 11:30 p.m.

Overview

Preface: In 2021, the Day Camp program will prepare for two distinct versions of summer: one for virtual camps, and one for in-person camps. The job description that follows describes a position that will operate with in-person camp only. 

Description: The Camp Leader - Health & Wellness assumes overall responsibility for camper safety, health, and wellness. The Camp Leader - Health & Wellness consults on health initiatives and procedures, and is available as a first responder in cases of camper or staff accidents or illnesses. In 2021, the Camp Leader - Health & Wellness will work collaboratively with the Seasonal Camp Coordinator and Assistant Coordinator - Operations to ensure all camp operations conform to the COVID-19 Safety Guidelines for Day Camps from the Ministry of Health. The Camp Leader - Health & Wellness reports to the Seasonal Camp Coordinator.

Position Details

Starting wage: $15.50 / hour

Positions available: 1

Application deadline: June 14, 2021

Position start date: June 21, 2021

Camp type: in-person

Term & hours / week

Spring/Summer

  • June 21 - July 30: Camp preparation & staff training (35 hours / week)
  • August 3 - August 27: In-Person Camp (36.25 hours / week)

Position type:

  • Non-Career Boost 

Qualifications:

  • Post-secondary education (completion or enrolment in a post-secondary program) in a related field or commensurate experience
  • Minimum one season of camp staff experience is an asset
  • Work/volunteer experience in health/wellness in camp setting is an asset
  • Well-developed interpersonal, and relationship building skills; ability to establish rapport and excellent communication with campers, parents/guardians, and staff
  • Proven ability to work as a team member in a fast-paced environment
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Self-starter and organizer
  • Current Standard First Aid and CPR ‘C’
  • Successful completion of a criminal background check

Role-Specific Responsibilities

  • Ensure and support emotional, social, and physical well-being of all campers, Leaders-in-Training, and staff members
  • Be knowledgeable about dietary, medical, and accessibility needs of campers and LITs
  • Interpret and apply all elements of the COVID-19 Safety Guidelines for Day Camps from the Ministry of Health
  • Recognize and respond to the first aid and wellness needs of campers and LITs
  • Monitor safety procedures as they pertain to the complete care of campers and staff
  • Maintain fully stocked first aid kits
  • Provide Seasonal Camps Coordinator with detailed report on the program at the end of the summer

General Responsibilities

  • Ensure participant safety throughout each day
  • Ensure the confidentiality of all camper, family, and staff information in accordance with Ryerson’s Privacy Policy
  • Assist Camp & Aquatics Coordinator to oversee Day Camp and Ontario Camps Association standards within all areas of Camp operations
  • Ensure all Camp activities are proactive in supporting health and safety of campers and staff
  • Ensure risk management plans are in place
  • Set a positive example for campers and others including cleanliness, punctuality, and attitude
  • Follow and enforce Day Camp rules as outlined in the Staff, Volunteer, and Camper Codes of Conduct
  • Assist in creating and maintaining a culture of inclusivity, belonging, pride and excellence in Athletics & Recreation facilities by providing excellent customer service to campers, families, and guests
  • Help with supervision of campers during Before Care, After Care, and lunch times as assigned
  • All other duties as assigned or required

Overview

Preface: In 2021, the Day Camp program will prepare for two distinct versions of summer: one for virtual camps, and one for in-person camps. The job description that follows describes a position that will operate with in-person camp only. 

Description: The Camp Leader - Camper Experience has overall responsibility for managing the camper experience from emotional, behavioural, and social perspectives. This staff member provides support and develops strategies for children when they encounter emotional, behavioural, and social challenges while at Camp. The Camp Leader - Camper Experience initiates conversations with campers who are experiencing specific issues while at Camp, and develops “action plans” for campers and their Counsellors where appropriate. The Camper Experience Lead reports to the Seasonal Camp Coordinator.

Position Details

Starting wage: $15.50 / hour

Positions available: 1

Application deadline: June 14, 2021

Position start date: June 21, 2021

Camp type: in-person

Term & hours / week

Spring/Summer

  • June 21 - July 30: Camp preparation & staff training (35 hours / week)
  • August 3 - August 27: In-Person Camp (36.25 hours / week)

Position type:

  • Non-Career Boost 

Qualifications:

  • Post-secondary education (completion or enrolment in a post-secondary program) in a related field or commensurate experience
  • Minimum one season of camp staff experience
  • Well-developed interpersonal, and relationship building skills; ability to establish rapport and excellent communication with campers, parents/guardians, and staff
  • Demonstration of strong leadership skills developed through progressively responsible
  • Proven ability to work as a team member in a fast-paced environment
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Self-starter and organizer
  • Current Standard First Aid and CPR ‘C’
  • Successful completion of a criminal background check

Role-Specific Responsibilities

  • Ensure and support emotional, social, and physical well-being of all campers, Leaders-in-Training, and staff members
  • Act as a liaison with the Camp Leadership and Counsellors regarding any camper issues (including, but not limited to, bullying, difficult behavioural issues, social issues)
  • Initiate conversations with campers who are experiencing specific issues while at Camp, and attempt to solve these issues in a positive manner
  • Develop “action plans” for campers in need for the duration of their stay
  • Review camper files to develop knowledge of anticipated campers in need
  • Contact campers' parents/guardians regarding camper issues in advance of, during, and after Camp as necessary
  • Prepare detailed written reports of all camper issues

General Responsibilities

  • Ensure participant safety throughout each day
  • Ensure the confidentiality of all camper, family, and staff information in accordance with Ryerson’s Privacy Policy
  • Assist Camp & Aquatics Coordinator to oversee Day Camp and Ontario Camps Association standards within all areas of Camp operations
  • Ensure risk management plans are in place
  • Set a positive example for campers and others including cleanliness, punctuality, and attitude
  • Follow and enforce Day Camp rules as outlined in the Staff, Volunteer, and Camper Codes of Conduct
  • Assist in creating and maintaining a culture of inclusivity, belonging, pride and excellence in Athletics & Recreation facilities by providing excellent customer service to campers, families, and guests
  • Help with supervision of campers during Before Care, After Care, and lunch times as assigned
  • All other duties as assigned or required

Overview

Preface: In 2021, the Day Camp program will prepare for two distinct versions of summer: one for virtual camps, and one for in-person camps. The job description that follows describes a position that would operate in both scenarios, and applicants should understand that each scenario is equally likely. In the event that the Day Camp program were to run in-person, this position would see an increase to full-time hours.

Description: The Seasonal Camps Coordinator provides day-to-day oversight of all aspects of the Day Camp program in partnership with the Camps & Aquatics Coordinator. The Seasonal Summer Camp Coordinator provides assistance with administration, customer service, and program development for the Day Camp program. This includes responding to inquiries from interested families, leading the development of Camp programs and curriculum, and providing leadership for Staff training.

Position Details

Starting wage: $22.00 / hour

Positions available: 1

Application deadline: March 25, 2021

Position start date: April 12, 2021

Camp type: virtual and in-person (this position's role will change depending on the camp program that is offered)

Term & hours / week

Spring/Summer

  • April 12 – Jun 18: 10 hrs / week
  • June 21 – Aug 27: 36 hrs / week
  • Opportunity for expanded hours in the event of transition from virtual to in-person programming

Position type:

  • Non-Career Boost

Qualifications:

  • Post-secondary education (completion or enrolment in a post-secondary program) in a related field or commensurate experience
  • Minimum 2 seasons of camp staff (or similar) experience, including 1+ seasons leading staff, children, and youth
  • Well-developed interpersonal, and relationship building skills; ability to establish rapport and excellent communication with campers, parents/guardians, and staff
  • Demonstration of strong leadership skills developed through progressively responsible experience in a supervisory role
  • Proven ability to work as a team member in a fast-paced environment
  • Ability to encourage and motivate staff, and acknowledge and appreciate contributions
  • Desire and ability to provide leadership to children and youth in a day camp setting
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Self-starter and organizer
  • Current Standard First Aid and CPR ‘C’ certification
  • Successful completion of a criminal background check

Role-Specific Responsibilities

  • Assist with coordination of daily external Day Camp communication (phone, email, etc.)
  • Lead the delivery of full Camp programs (including Opening and Closing Circle, lunch, snack)
  • Initiate regular communication with Camp families
  • Lead the development and delivery of staff training 
  • Develop and/or adapt activity lesson plans to be followed by Counsellors and other Camp staff
  • Maintain records of all programs, and provide Camps & Aquatics Coordinator with detailed report on programs at end of the season
  • Recruit, interview, and train summer camp volunteers
  • Provide formal and informal feedback to Day Camp staff and volunteers
  • Alongside the Camps & Aquatics Coordinator, interpret and apply relevant public health guidance for the safe operation of camp programs in response to COVID-19

General Responsibilities

  • Assist with input information into the CampBrain database
  • Ensure the confidentiality of all camper, family, and staff information in accordance with Ryerson’s Privacy Policy
  • Assist Camp & Aquatics Coordinator to oversee Day Camp and Ontario Camps Association standards within all areas of Camp operations
  • Ensure all Camp activities are proactive in supporting health and safety of campers and staff
  • Ensure risk management plans are in place
  • Set a positive example for campers and others including cleanliness, punctuality, and attitude
  • Follow and enforce Day Camp rules as outlined in the Staff, Volunteer, and Camper Codes of Conduct
  • Assist in creating and maintaining a culture of inclusivity, belonging, pride and excellence in Athletics & Recreation facilities by providing excellent customer service to campers, families, and guests
  • All other duties as assigned or required

Applications for this position are accepted until Thursday, March 25th @ 11:30 p.m.