Staff members are the key to success at Camp DeWolfe. We affirm individuals that are leaders yet followers, positive and creative, spiritually balanced and excited about their personal commitment to Jesus Christ, persons of integrity, competence, and character.
Starting salaries are based on one year of college and no previous camp experience. Salaries increase with additional college and experience with Camp DeWolfe.
Contracts are signed for agreement to your responsibilities in an activity area with mutual agreement to the camp. You will be asked to assist in other areas commensurate with your interests and abilities as stated on the application form. Salaries will be paid every two weeks. Weekly salary amounts are based on 8 weeks of pay: 6 weeks of camp sessions and 2 weeks of staff training. You are expected to attend scheduled training periods for the camps as part of your summer obligations. You will have one full 24-hour day off on a weekly basis, one night weekly, and one hour period off daily.
POSITIONS NOW AVAILABLE FOR 2015
Year-Round Positions: Part Time Kitchen Assistants; Part Time Cooks; Part Time Housekeepers. Click here to download and mail in an application form
Summer Positions 8 weeks: June 24th – August 14th 2015:
The following is a brief description of several positions at Camp DeWolfe. Most staff members have responsibility for a cabin as well as an activity area.
Counselors: At least one year of college with a love for outdoor activities for a group of up to 10 campers. Personal teaching skills for a specialized activity, along with swimming ability, is a must. American Red Cross Standard First Aid/CPR recommended. Weekly salary: $300 per week plus meals and housing. Returning staff salary: $350 per week. Click here to download the Counselor Job Description.
Unit Leaders: At least 2-3 years of college; camping experience. Supervision, leadership skills essential. American Red Cross Standard First Aid/CPR recommended. POSITIONS BOTH FILLED FOR 2015.
Summer Camp Coordinator: A college graduate, with at least 2-3 years of camp minstry experience. Supervision and leadership skills essential to run the summer camp program. American Red Cross Standard Fist Aid/CPR recommended. POSITION FILLED FOR 2015.
Waterfront Director: At least 2-3 years of college; camping experience. Supervision, leadership skills essential. American Red Cross Standard First Aid/CPR and Lifeguarding and Water Safety Instructor required. Weekly salary: $350 per week plus meals and housing. Click here to download the Waterfront Director Job Description.
Kitchen Assistants: At least 18 years of age; good work habits and positive role model. Minimum starting salary: $10 per hour. No housing provided. Click here to download the Kitchen Assistant Job Description.
RN Nurse:Appropriate training and certification for assignment to the Health Center. Weekly salary: $500 per week plus meals and housing. Click here to download the Nurse Job Description.
Seminarian/Christian Formation Leader: A seminarian student to run the Christian Formation program. At least Bachelors degree holder and in Seminary or recently graduated from Seminary. Leadership skills essential. American Red Cross Standard First Aid/CPR recommended. Weekly salary: $350 per week plus meals and housing. Click here to download the Seminarian Job Description. POSITION FILLED FOR 2015.
BASIC FACTS ABOUT EMPLOYMENT
Staff Training: We want you to be successful in your ministry. Training times introduces you to your co-workers as well as prepares you for a memorable summer. This is an active, intense time of preparation regarding Bible study research, child abuse advice, how to teach your skill area, and relationship development.
Required pre-camp training starts 10 days before camp. Staff members will be required to report to camp with a current medical history form completed, their drivers license, and if it is their first time employed by the camp, a copy of their birth certificate.
General Information: All counselors/staff will be trained in American Red Cross Standard First Aid/CPR. At the start of the summer Staff will be required to wear a camp T-shirt or polo, which will be worn on special occasions, such as Arrival and Departure days.
Paper Work: All staff/counselors evaluate their campers and programs twice during the summer, and complete mid-summer and end of camp evaluations.
If you have any questions, please call the office at (631) 929 4325 We look forward to serving Christ with you!
The Forms are PDF documents which require the FREE Adobe Reader to access. Click here to download the FREE Adobe Reader.