Summer Staff

2017 New Staff Application
2017 Returning Staff Application
2017 Reference Form (Three References Required)

Staff Positions Available:

DSC_22Counselors – Guide and supervise a group of 6-10 campers in day and resident programs. Counselors participate in general planning and carrying out of camp program and also may work with another staff member and 4-6 campers with developmental disabilities. One year of college or equivalent in experience working with children. ($240/week)

Unit Coordinators – Supervise and coordinate the program within resident camp units. Work together with the counselors and campers to plan a constructive, well-balanced program. Two years of college or equivalent in experience working with children. Ability to coordinate, organize and supervise.  ($245/week)

Inclusion (Special Needs) Coordinator – Guide and supervise staff who work with campers with developmental disabilities. Experience working with children with special needs. Two years of college or equivalent in experience working with children. Ability to coordinate, organize and supervise. ($245/week)

DSC_8Day Camp Unit Coordinator – Assist with supervision and coordination of the day camp program for grades 1-8, and advise a teen leadership day camp assistant program. Work together with the Day Camp Director, counselors and campers to plan a constructive, well-balanced program. Two years of college, previous Killoqua work experience or equivalent in experience working with children. Ability to coordinate, organize and supervise.  ($245/week)

CIT/WIT Coordinator – Supervise and coordinate the Counselor-in-Training/Wrangler-in-Training program.  Works together with the Leadership Director and Unit Coordinators to plan a constructive, well-balanced program that prepares future camp leaders. Two years of college or equivalent in experience working with children. Ability to coordinate, organize and supervise. ($245/week)

Waterfront Coordinator – Supervise the waterfront staff, develop program and participate in implementation of waterfront program. American Red Cross WSI, Lifeguard Training, teaching experience and the ability to supervise. ($245/week)

DSC_64Waterfront Specialist – Lifeguard and teach swimming and boating lessons. American Red Cross WSI, Lifeguard Training experience in teaching swimming and varied waterfront activities.  ($240/week)

Boating Specialist – Instruct row boating, canoeing and sailing programs. Lifeguard at swimming. American Red Cross Lifeguard Training and small craft safety or documented knowledge and experience in boating. ($240/week)

Horseback Riding Coordinator – Supervise and coordinate the horseback riding program, including program development and instruction, horse care and maintenance. Two years of college or equivalent in experience working with children and horses. Excellent riding skills, documented knowledge and experience teaching riding to children. ($245/week)

DSC_10Horseback Riding Specialist –  Instruct campers in riding, horse care and maintenance. Develop and lead daily lesson plans. Excellent riding skills, knowledge and experience teaching riding to children. ($240/week)

Challenge Course Specialists – Lead initiative activities, low course, high course and climbing wall for campers of all ages. Train staff to facilitate initiative activities and low ropes course. Documented facilitator training and experience leading challenge activities required.($240/week)

Crafts Specialist – Develop and implement a craft program for all ages of campers. Training and teaching experience in arts and crafts. Experience in working with children. ($240/week)

DSC_23Assistant Cooks – Prepare meals for 150 –200 people. Experience or training in quantity cooking. Current food handlers permit.  Pay varies; inquire for details.

Commissary – Pack food for cookouts, help serve food and assists cooks. Organizational skills, basic knowledge of cooking and current food handler’s permit.($240/week)

Kitchen Specialists – Wash dishes, serve food and clean kitchen. Assist cooks. Interest in working with food service and children. Current food handler’s permit. ($235/week)

Internships – Many summer staff positions may be adapted to fit university internship requirements.  Internships run the full summer season (sometimes longer) and are paid at the rate of the position you hold – unit coordinator, challenge course specialist, etc.  Killoqua’s directors supervise internships and work with interns to design programs that fit their needs and goals.  Before applying, please contact us to get more information, then use the summer staff application.

 

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