Work at Camp

Looking for an amazing way to spend the summer?

At Adventure Camp you will find more than just a job, but an experience that will last a lifetime. Working with campers, teaching skills, putting on skits or leading campfire songs, you will create a lifetime of memories and skills. Where, other than camp, might you learn how to shoot a bow and arrow, or take a camper out in a canoe for the first time?

We are looking for mature individuals to join our team for a number of different roles. All positions at camp are paid competitively. If you are ready to take part in the most amazing, challenging and rewarding summer of your life, apply to join our team below.

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Current Positions Available

Counsellors

Counsellors are 18 or older and plan, lead and supervise their camper group through the day. Working in teams of two with 12-20 campers (depending on age), counsellors will lead all the daily activities, including archery, games and arts & crafts, as well as work with the full staff team for all camp activities.

Counsellors are also asked to take the camp bus each day and supervise campers on their way to and from camp. The bus runs each day from Richmond Hill, Aurora, Newmarket, Holland Landing and Mount Albert.

Lifeguard & Swim Instructors

Lifeguard & Swim Instructors are 18 or older and provide all the waterfront supervision, program planning and delivery for the paddling and swim programs. Working with all ages of campers, they will work as a team to guard, instruct and lead. When the waterfront is closed due to weather they will help out with rainy day programming indoors.

Lifeguard & Swim Instructors are also asked to take the camp bus each day and supervise campers on their way to and from camp. The bus runs each day from Richmond Hill, Aurora, Newmarket, Holland Landing and Mount Albert.

Staff Requirements

We require that all our staff have the following requirements:

  • Be at least 18 years old by the first day of camp
  • Hold current Standard First Aid & CPR C qualifications
  • Be able to attend the full summer, including training week, from late June to the last week in August
  • A clear Vulnerable Sector Check from your local police force
  • Current Lifesaving Society NLS Award and Lifesaving Swim Instruction certifications (Waterfront Staff)