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Looking for a fun and rewarding challenge this summer? Do you like spending time with kids, sharing your faith and living at Camp? Then Camp Seggie may be the right place for you.

If you are hired to work full time at Seggie you will be involved in 8 weeks of camp for kids ages 7-15. You will also be required to attend our week long training session that generally takes place the last week of June. As a full time, paid staff you will earn wages for these 8 weeks plus an additional 3 weeks of School Groups if you are available to work during the month of June. Some of our Director positions start in May or early June providing more employable weeks.

Thanks for your interest in being on staff at Camp Seggie!! 

Please click here to apply now! 

* Please do not apply here if you are looking for our LIT program

Applications for LIT will be out in March*

Admin Director

Minimum Age: 18. Camp Contribution: $400/week. Term of Service: Part time in May, then full time June until the last day of Camp.

Description: Maintaining an orderly office, registering campers, issuing communications, answering correspondence, organizing special projects (Christmas letters, mass mail-outs, etc) and ensuring proper paper work from staff and campers is completed and filed. This person is basically the voice for the camp in that they are the first person most parents talk to.

Duties Include:

-Maintain a daily personal time with God.

-Registering Campers.

-Answering phones, emails, faxes, letters and website correspondence.

-Create Cabin Lists.

-Prep and print all registration print outs for Sundays and Fridays.

-Ensure all notifications and mail outs are issued (receipts, confirmations, refunds, thank-you letters, etc)

-Oversee special projects as they come up like ordering Christmas Letters, Thank Yous, etc.

-Taking the lead during Registration day ensuring that all campers are properly registered.

-Work with the Staff Director in making weekly Staff Cabin Lists.

-Work with a Junior Admin Staff, training them and putting them to work on appropriate tasks.

-Balancing weekly deposits.

- Reports to the Executive Director.

*All staff will be required to participate in a staff fundraising effort with a goal of $1000 for the summer.

* Returning paid staff will receive an end of summer thank you bonus of $50 per year they have been on Paid Staff at Camp.

Aquatics Director

Minimum Age: 17. Camp Contribution: $400 per week. Term of Service: 3 Days prep time + June school groups contract + 8 weeks summer camp. 

Description: Responsible to oversee the summer aquatic program. Duties may include, life-guarding during pool & beach times and up-keeping the pool, Wibit and water slide. This person will NOT be responsible for a cabin as teaching, guarding and pool maintenance is a full time job. Must have current NLS certification.

Duties Include:

-Maintain a daily personal time with God.

- Lifeguard pool and waterfront.

- Scheduling and managing the rest of the aquatic staff.

- Maintaining the pool, Wibit and water slide, which includes chemical balance and ordering   supplies, pool cleaning and basic repairs.

- Work with the Program Directors to ensure that all campers make use of the Wibit.

  • Other duties include working with our property people or helping with some admin duties as needed.
  • Reports to the Executive Director.

- Expected to be ready, willing and able to participate in any other aspect of Camp Life as asked by other Leadership member or the Executive Director.

- Show an example of personal and spiritual mentorship to the rest of staff.

*All staff will be required to participate in a staff fundraising effort with a goal of $1000 for the summer.

* Returning paid staff will receive an end of summer thank you bonus of $50 per year they have been on Paid Staff at Camp.

Senior Cabin Leader

Minimum age: 16. Camp Contribution: $300 per week (High School Age) $350 per week (University Age) Term of Service: First Day of Training Week ending the last day of camp. Additional weeks available in June if applicable.

- Maintain a daily personal time with God.

-Keep campers safe, ensure they have a great time and are encouraged towards a deeper faith.

-Provide leadership, supervision and care to 8-10 campers in your cabin each week; keeping campers safe and general child care duties like enforcing bedtimes, ensuring good hygiene, nourishment and first aid etc. 

-Provide mentoring and leadership to Junior Cabin Leaders.

-Provide spiritual nurturing and encouragement; leading Bible studies and praying with and for campers in your cabin.

-Develop excellence in your instruction at your assigned elective.

-Participating in camp games and activities with the goal of making it as fun for campers as possible.

-Assisting members of Leadership Team when requested.

  • Reports to the Staff Director

As a cabin leader you represent the ministry of Camp Seggie. Cabin Leaders are expected to show respect to campers as well as camp staff and the camp facility.

*All staff will be required to participate in a staff fundraising effort with a goal of $1000 for the summer.

* Returning paid staff will receive an end of summer thank you bonus of $50 per year they have been on Paid Staff at Camp.

Junior Cabin Leader

Minimum age: 14 as of May 2015. Camp Contribution: $0  Fundraising Goal: $1500 Term of Service:  First Day of Training Week ending the last day of camp.

-Maintain a daily personal time with God.

-Keep campers safe, ensure they have a great time and are encouraged towards a deeper faith.

-Assist in providing leadership, supervision and care to 8-10 campers in your cabin each week; keeping campers safe and general child care duties like enforcing bedtimes, ensuring good hygiene, nourishment and first aid etc.

-Assist in providing spiritual nurturing and encouragement; leading Bible studies and praying with and for campers in your cabin.

-Provide continued instruction and encouragement to campers at your assigned elective.

-Participating in camp games and activities with the goal of making it as fun for campers as possible.

-Assisting members of Leadership Team when requested.

- Reports to their Sr Cabin Leader and the Head Cabin Leader.

Program Directors (2 Hired)

Minimum Age: 18. Camp Contribution: $400 per week. Term of Service: Start 2 weeks before first day of school groups for planning purposes and ends last day of camp.

Program Directors create the heartbeat of Camp. Your job has two main components. One, to create an experience that campers will never forget through themes that capture their imagination. Secondly, to develop and implement the daily schedule of camp.

-Maintain a daily personal time with God.

- Keep campers safe, ensure they have a great time and are encouraged in their faith.

- Plan and execute exciting, weekly program schedules that the staff and campers will find engaging.

- Communicate activity instructions in clear, creative ways.

- Create and perform exciting weekly themes appropriate to given age groups.

- Plan and lead camp wide activities such as group games and challenges.

- Organizing Major and Minor Electives. This includes assigning and training Cabin Leaders in given positions and conducting ongoing evaluations of the staff’s performance in given roles.

- Order new program equipment and ensure that necessary equipment is at each activity station and that it is in good working condition.

- Work with the Aquatics Director in scheduling waterfront activities including pool, Wibit and water slide times.

  • Organize rotation schedules and supervise the activities there (Tuck, Pool, Cabin Time)
  • Attend morning meetings when applicable, giving clear feedback and communicating expectations.
  • Keep the staff motivated and excited in regards to the program.
  • Make oneself available to the Cabin Leaders for feedback, questions and new ideas.
  • Reports to the Executive Director.

- Expected to be ready, willing and able to participate in any other aspect of Camp Life as asked by other Leadership member or the Executive Director.

- Show an example of personal and spiritual mentorship to the rest of staff.

*All staff will be required to participate in a staff fundraising effort with a goal of $1000 for the summer.

* Returning paid staff will receive an end of summer thank you bonus of $50 per year they have been on Paid Staff at Camp.

Camp Cooks (2 Hired)

Minimum Age: 18. Camp Contribution: $400 per week. Term of service: Start 3 days prep time before Training Week + 8 weeks summer camp. 

Description: Responsible to work with other kitchen staff in providing three healthy meals and one snack a day to the campers and staff. Duties include planning, preparing and cooking meals; also includes ordering supplies, food and ensuring the kitchen equipment is in good working condition. Two people will be hired as cooks with work load being divided equally. A Junior Support Staff (volunteer) person will be hired to assist in prep and will be under the direction of the cooks. The cooks generally work in a shift system with at least one in the kitchen for all meals.

-Maintain a daily personal time with God.

-Developing weekly menus.

-Ordering sufficient food and supplies.

-Prepping 3 meals and a snack most days.

-Maintaining the meal budget set out at the beginning of the summer.

-Maintain a clean, sanitary kitchen environment as set out by the department of health.

-Ensure proper food preparations standards are followed by everyone in the kitchen.

-Discuss special food allergies/concerns with camper parents and make accommodations when is reasonable.

-Prep special staff meals like the mid summer and year end staff feasts.

-Make available special food for staff members on occasion such as BBQ meat or special desserts, etc.

- Reports to the Executive Director

- Expected to be ready, willing and able to participate in any other aspect of Camp Life as asked by other Leadership member or the Executive Director.

- Show an example of personal and spiritual mentorship to the rest of staff.

*All staff will be required to participate in a staff fundraising effort with a goal of $1000 for the summer.

* Returning paid staff will receive an end of summer thank you bonus of $50 per year they have been on Paid Staff at Camp.

Facilities Director

Minimum Age: 18. Camp Contribution: $400 per week. Term of Service: 3 Days Prep in June + 8 weeks Summer Camp. If available for school groups the facilities director will be paid accordingly.

Description: Responsible to oversee the efficiency and cleanliness of the main buildings through the efforts of a staff team. Generally 6-10 staff and LIT will be assigned to help with the given duties, so organizing and training teams is very important. Responsible to oversee meal serving, cleaning, dish pit, bathrooms and cleaning chemical inventory. He/she will also be responsible for running the Tuck shop.

-Maintain a daily personal time with God.

-Ensuring that the buildings are clean and in good repair.

-Ensure the Tuck shop is well stocked and that sufficient staff are scheduled and trained to run it during Tuck times. Give supervision and feedback so that it runs quickly and smoothly.

-Supervise meal serving, ensuring a team is trained and prepped and that meals are served quickly and efficiently. This requires working closely with the cooks.

-Train full and part-time staff each Sunday in how to clean properly and how best to handle cleaning chemicals and supplies.

- Reports to the Executive Director

- Expected to be ready, willing and able to participate in any other aspect of Camp Life as asked by other Leadership member or the Executive Director.

- Show an example of personal and spiritual mentorship to the rest of staff.

*All staff will be required to participate in a staff fundraising effort with a goal of $1000 for the summer.

  • Returning paid staff will receive an end of summer thank you bonus of $50 per year they have been on Paid Staff at Camp.
Property Director

Minimum Age: 18. Camp Contribution: $400 per week. Term of service: Mid May to the last day of Camp.

Description: Responsible to oversee the camp property including lawn care, painting, sanitation and small repairs.

Generally 1-2 staff will be assigned to help with the given duties, so organizing and training teams is very important. Responsible to to keep the property shed organized and stocked and will be asked to do various property and construction projects.

-Maintain a daily personal time with God.

-Ensuring that the property and buildings are in good repair and appearance.

-Painting and small repairs of camp equipment and buildings.

-Organizing lawn cutting and whipper snipping. Maintaining communication from our lawn care subcontractor.

-Making and completing repair lists based on staff input.

-Ordering necessary building materials under the supervision of the Executive Director.

-Lining up subcontractors to complete more complicated projects as needed.

-Following the camp budget and giving priorities based on time, resources and importance.

- Reports to the Executive Director

- Expected to be ready, willing and able to participate in any other aspect of Camp Life as asked by other Leadership member or the Executive Director.

- Show an example of personal and spiritual mentorship to the rest of staff.

*All staff will be required to participate in a staff fundraising effort with a goal of $1000 for the summer.

* Returning paid staff will receive an end of summer thank you bonus of $50 per year they have been on Paid Staff at Camp.

Staff Director (Male and Female Hired)

Minimum Age: 19. Camp Contribution: $400 per week. Term of Service: Starts first day of Training week.

Description: Responsible to mentor, supervise, encourage and evaluate the Senior Cabin Leaders to ensure that duties are being done well and that staff morale & well being are addressed as needed. This person will be a manager and mentor to the Senior Cabin Leaders and will also manage the weekly volunteer staff. They will ensure that all staff will have the skills, resources, training and feedback necessary to do a good job.

- Maintain a daily personal time with God.

- Help train and instruct Cabin Leaders during training week.

- Meet one on one with Seniors and Juniors (as necessary) on a regular basis to provide feedback, encouragement and prayer.

- Complete two formal evaluations of all Senior Cabin Leaders. First at mid summer, the second at summer’s end.

- Assist Program Directors in evaluating Seniors in regards to Major Electives and Program participation.

- Supervise the Senior Cabin Leaders throughout the day and address issues that arise.

- Handle any Director’s concern over a Cabin Leader’s performance and address it accordingly.

- Must schedule full time cabin leaders (who come out of cabins) with various Directors.

- Organize morning Staff Devotions

- Meet with the Head Cabin Leaders on a regular basis to provide advice on handling Junior issues.

- Work with the Admin Director in assigning Cabin Leaders to cabins, Junior Cabin Leaders.

  • Oversees problem campers and discipline issues.
  • Meet weekly with Executive Director to address any issues arising at Camp.

- Expected to be ready, willing and able to participate in any other aspect of Camp Life as asked by other Leadership member or the Executive Director.

- Show an example of personal and spiritual mentorship to the rest of staff.

*All staff will be required to participate in a staff fundraising effort with a goal of $1000 for the summer.

* Returning paid staff will receive an end of summer thank you bonus of $50 per year they have been on Paid Staff at Camp.

First Aid Attendant

Minimum Age: 18. Camp Contribution: $50 per week. Term of service: First day of Training Week ends the last day of camp.

Description: This is a part time job. Whoever fills this role will also work another full time position at the camp. Duties are to ensure that first aid supplies are available, act as a first responder to camper first aid issues and organize and execute weekly camper medication schedules.

-Maintain a daily personal time with God.

-Stock, manage and distribute first aid supplies.

-Discuss medication and health issues with parents on registration day and whenever necessary.

-Organize and execute daily medication schedules.

-Perform first aid on campers and staff whenever required.

-Train staff to perform and use their current first aid skills whenever appropriate.

-Ensure camper medications go home with campers on the last day of camp.

-Contact parents and health care professionals when any issue arises that is beyond standard first aid care.

Discipleship Director

Minimum age: 18. Camp Contribution: $400 per week. Term of Service: 1 week prep time + 8 weeks summer camp. 

Description: The LIT Director will plan and implement a 4.5 day training adventure for the youth in the LIT program. This will include a 2 day camp trip along with teaching and training on how to be a camp leader. After the program the position will transition into the summer Discipleship Director, responsible for booking guest speakers, and overseeing the spiritual wellbeing of the whole camp.

-Maintain a daily personal time with God.

-Organize and schedule weekly worship teams.

-Schedule guest speakers for camps. If a speaker is unable to commit to a full week or a speaker cannot be found, the Discipleship Director must be comfortable speaking and planning engaging and age appropriate messages.

-Develop a take home devotional for Campers.

-Select age appropriate music for the campers for Chapel.

-Create a positive worship atmosphere for campers and staff.

-Find a sound person for each chapel and have songs ready in the queue.

-Ensure all music and sound equipment is in good working condition and is set up before Chapels begin.

-Organize and or lead Campfires.

-Lead weekly staff worship nights in cooperation with the Staff Director.

*All staff will be required to participate in a staff fundraising effort with a goal of $1000 for the summer.

* Returning paid staff will receive an end of summer thank you bonus of $50 per year they have been on Paid Staff at Camp.

LIT Co-ordinator

Minimum Age : 18. Camp Contribution: $50/week.  Term of Service: 1 week prep time + LIT Training Weekends + 8 weeks Summer Camp. 

The LIT Co-ordinator position is a part time position (up to 10 hours per week) and applicants must be applying for another leadership position at camp.

Duties will include the planning and leading of LIT weekends, both training weekend and out-trip weekends in May/June. Weekly duties will include contacting and scheduling of LIT volunteers for each week, leading daily devotionals for LIT staff, as well as working closely with the Facilities director to ensure LIT staff are meeting expected goals.

Camp Seggie Faith Statement

Camp Seggie is a Christian organization with the clear goal of sharing the good news of the Gospel of Christ. Here are our beliefs outlined briefly below:

1. We believe that the Scriptures are inspired by God.

2. We believe in one God, eternally existing in three Persons: Father, Son and Holy Spirit.

3. We believe that Jesus Christ was begotten by the Holy Spirit, born of the Virgin Mary, and is true God and man.

4. We believe that man was created in the image of God; that he sinned and thereby incurred not only physical death, but also that spiritual death which is separation from God.

5. We believe that Jesus Christ died for our sins, and that all who believe in Him are justified on the grounds of His shed blood.

Camp Seggie Rules for Workers

Here are the camp rules that all staff, volunteers and campers must abide by.

1. Tobacco and alcohol are not allowed to be consumed on the campgrounds by the campers or staff. Firearms and other weapons (including pocket knives) are not permitted on camp premises.

2. No camper, cabin leader or staff member is allowed to leave the camp grounds without the permission and knowledge of the appropriate Director.

3. All staff and cabin leaders must wear modest attire.

4. Staff, cabin leaders and campers are required to attend all activities and perform duties as assigned, unless excused by the appropriate directors.

5. Staff and cabin leaders are not permitted in the kitchen without permission from the camp cook.

6. No abusive language will be permitted.

7. Staff are not to have visitors on the camp property without permission of the appropriate Director.

8. Camp fires are under the direction of staff members as assigned by the Directors. Staff are responsible to set-up and light the fire as well as to supervise it at all times until fire is extinguished.

9. Show respect for the property of others. Do not use other’s property without permission.

10. Additional rules may be made by the directors as required after consultation with each other.

11. All staff, other than the directors, must be in their rooms by midnight, with lights out.

12. Male staff are not allowed in girls rooms or girls cabins; female staff are not allowed in boys rooms or cabins.

13. Failure to comply with rules could result in disciplinary action.