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Overnight Camp Staff

Overnight Camp Staff

Company: Moorelands Kids
Contact Person: David Borsook
250 Merton St, Suite 501
Toronto, Ontario , M5P2T8
Phone: 416-466-9987

Position Description

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 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.

Cabin Leaders - along with a co-worker you are responsible for safety and well-being up to 10 youth.

Program Staff (NLS Preferred) – Lead daily programming and participate in other program areas

Lifeguards (NLS) - Guard at the beach, teach swimming lessons and participate in other program areas. When applying, please check "Program Staff" as your position of interest.

Canoe trip leaders (Bronze Cross) Lead day canoe trips for youth in the Leadership programs. 

Wilderness and Environmental Programming – (Bronze Cross preferred) Lead outdoor living skills programs such as wilderness survival skills, cook out/camp out nights and nature science.

Camp Nurse (RN/RPN) – The Camp Nurse is responsible for the health and wellness of all participants and staff at the camp. They see patients throughout the day, administer any medication or treatment needed, and educate the camp community on proper healthy lifestyles. This is a great opportunity to practice and improve your diagnostic abilities and gain experience in a supervisory role as you will be responsible for supervising a nursing student.

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:

Posted: March 18, 2019 | Expires: June 16, 2019
Posted Under: Camps
Career ID: [ 6559 ]