What’s even better than spending a week at camp? Spending the whole summer at camp and getting paid to do it!
First Aid Coordinator
Malpeque, PEI, right on the North Shore.
Between two and four months (May-August)
What we look for:
Committed, capable, passionate individuals who put the needs of campers first. People who enjoy collaborating with others and making a positive impact in the lives of young people. We want you to be engaged and excited about the camp atmosphere which is demonstrated in the way you focus on delivering the best experience possible.
What we do at camp:
Swimming, kayaking, archery, field games, drama, sports (field and court), beach activities, arts & crafts, high & low rope challenge course elements, rock climbing wall, campfires, and more.
-Experience working with children
-Ability to work independently and within a team
-An energetic personality
-Ability to take direction
As a part of a team of core camp staff, the Program Coordinator is responsible for planning, developing, implementing, and overseeing our creative, diverse, and engaging program. This includes daily activity sessions, camp-wide activities, and overall programming for camp and for rental groups. Other duties are assigned as required including the preparation of camp and camp facilities before the session begins.
First Aid Coordinator
Administer first aid for the campers when bumps, bruises, upset stomachs occur and dispensing camper’s prescribed medication. With just 70 campers per week, you definitely wouldn’t be seeing patients constantly so in the meantime you would also fulfill the role of floating counsellor - helping with activities and camper supervision.
As a part of the core staff of Camp Triumph, you would be present for all camp sessions and help organize and deliver the camp program.
A full nursing, medical, or paramedic degree is not required. If first aid is not up to date, the successful candidate would be sent to a paid first aid course prior to camp.
Helping to lead activities and building relationships with the campers while looking after their needs as a part of the core team of staff (directors, program and activity coordinators). The core staff is a passionate and cohesive group of people who enrich the experience of the campers and gain valuable, transferrable work experience in the process.
Core counsellors are present throughout camp, help to plan and organizes the camp program, help prepare the facility before the camp session starts, assist with events, and run programming for renters.
Experience at a summer camp is a strong asset but not required. Experience working with kids is required.
If you’re interested in any of the above positions, please submit a cover letter outlining your suitability, experience working with children, and reasons for applying, along with your resume, to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have any questions about the jobs, Camp Triumph, or the hiring process, please send us an email.