Camp Opportunities

Camp Opportunities
Now hiring for summer resident camp 2013! Positions include salary, room and board for the entirety of the summer season. (Additional free training opportunities available in ropes course, life guarding, archery and first aid/CPR.) The 2013 Summer Camp Season runs from June – August, 2013.

How to Apply
1. Download the application

2. Email your application to: jobs@gscm.org

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Mail your application to:
Girl Scouts of Central Maryland
Attn: Megan Hardy
4806 Seton Drive
Baltimore, MD 21215

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Fax your application to:
443.692.500
Attn: Megan Hardy

Questions? Need more info?
Contact Megan Hardy
Outdoor Program Specialist
410.358.9711 ext. 284

Available Positions

Administrative
Office Assistant The Office Assistant oversees the Resident Camp office, keeps orderly records of daily activities, and communicates with parents.

InternThe Intern acquires skills in developing and implementing Girl Scout program activities through girl involvement and planning. The Intern assists and develops learning skills of supervision and maintaining the health and safety of girls in the unit while helping them appreciate the outdoors.

Food & Health
Health Supervisor Oversees the health center to ensure the health and safety of campers and staff. Manages incoming health screening, oversees medication dispersal, stocks first-aid kits and orders supplies as needed. 21+, current RN or EMT certification and current driver’s license.

Kitchen Manager Manages all aspects of kitchen facilities in order to serve nutritionally-balanced meals for 250 campers and staff. Supervise staff, order food weekly, maintain clean facility, prepare menus and follow Dining Hall procedures. 21+, experienced cook for large groups, current ServSafe certification.

Kitchen Assistant Assists with the operation of the kitchen and dining hall facilities. Assist in preparation, serving and cleaning of three meals daily. 18+, experience in food prep and dish washing.

Program
Horseback Riding Manager Manages all aspects of the equestrian program and staff. Assist in scheduling of specialty horse time to ensure safety of campers and horses, create educational and fulfilling program based on program goals. Supervise staff, horse care and stable maintenance. 21+, experience managing horse program, written proof of qualifications.

Horseback Riding Assistant Assist in horse care, stable maintenance and education of campers in equestrian program. Maintain a safe, clean and positive program area. 18+, experience riding and teaching horseback riding.

Horeseback Intern The Horse Intern acquires skills in the development and implementation of Girl Scout program activities.  This is achieved through girl involvement and planning a progressive horseback riding program. The Horse Intern assists and develops learning skills of supervision and maintaining the health and safety of girls in the horse units while helping them appreciate the outdoors.

Waterfront Manager Manages and supervises activities, staff, scheduling and safety in pool and waterfront areas. Coordinates swim test for all incoming campers and scheduling of water activities. Maintain health and safety of pool area daily. 21+, current lifeguard  and CPR PR certifications.

Waterfront Assistant Assist in water and swimming activities, maintain cleanliness of pool facilities and assists in unit activities when pool is closed. 18+ and current lifeguard and CPR PR certifications.

Arts and Crafts Manager Implement and manage the arts and crafts program. Create age and program appropriate activities, submit supply lists and maintain clean and organized area. Assist in supplying units with program ideas, materials and assistance. 18+, experience teaching art activities to youth.

Nature Manager Implement and manage the nature program and center. Create age and program appropriate activities, submit supply lists and maintain clean and organized area. Assist in supplying units with program ideas, materials and assistance. 18+, experience teaching outdoor education activities to youth.

Ropes Course Manager Implement and manage the high adventure program including low ropes, high ropes and rock wall. Create age and program appropriate activities, submit supply lists and maintain clean and organized area. Assist in supplying units with program ideas, materials and assistance. 18+, experience on ropes course and ability to complete training.

Sports Manager Implement and manage the sports program. Create age and program appropriate activities, submit supply lists and maintain clean and organized area. Assist in supplying units with program ideas, materials and assistance. 18+, experience teaching sporting activities to youth.

Unit
Travel Unit Counselor Manages the camps that travel off camp property each week. Coordinates activities, schedules, campers and other staff to ensure a positive, safe and fun experience. Responsible for the daily supervision of girls and attention to established itineraries. 21+ and current driver’s license.

Unit Leader Manages the living unit, coordinates activities and works with campers and other staff to create program activities and a positive living unit. Responsible for the daily supervision of girls in the living unit and program areas and supervises unit staff. 21+ preferred.

Unit Counselor Assists the Unit Leader with the planning and implementation of unit activities and camper dynamics. Responsible for the daily supervision of girls in the living unit and program areas. 18+.

Assistant Unit Counselor Plans, organizes and implements the Girl Scout program in a designated unit living area; giving leadership and guidance to campers for a healthful and fun Girl Scout group camping experience.

 

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