Senior Staff

Red Pine Camp was established in 1925 as a summer camp for families.  Located on the shores of Golden Lake, Ontario in Renfrew County, Red Pine Camp has deep traditions and strong core values.  Red Pine Camp is a family camp that hosts approximately 2,100 campers over a nine week camping season that starts on the Canada Day weekend and runs through Labour Day.

Red Pine requires 13 senior leaders aged 19 or over who possess;  a strong personality, character, stability and warmth to help oversee operations, model Red Pine values and act as supervisors, mentors and role models to a our junior staff of 55 teenagers, aged 16 and 17.

Being a member of the staff at Red Pine Camp, is far more than a job for the summer… it’s an unforgettable experience in beautiful surroundings. As well, it is an opportunity to reach your full potential as you help others achieve theirs.

If you feel you are qualified for any of the positions listed below, please send your resume along with a covering letter and two (2) written references in care of the Business Manager at the Ottawa office.   Applications will be accepted until December 18, 2016 by e-mail as a WORD.doc or PDF at: redpine@redpinecamp.org  or by mail to Red Pine Camp 1132 – 2720 Queensview Drive Ottawa, K2B 1A5.

**NOTE for 2017 Our qualification requirements are:  

  • Waterfront Seniors continue to be required to possess a current National Lifeguard certificate.
  • All successful candidates must possess a current Standard First Aid Certificate before the start of camp.

 

Red Pine Camp Senior Staff

Members of the Senior Staff report directly to the Camp Directors and oversee delivery of camp programs and operations related to their specific departments.

Our senior staff position requirements:

The Crafts Senior would be a person who is creative, and must have good organizational and communication skills.  The craft senior should be able to manage inventory and have had prior cash experience.  It would be an asset if this person has had varied crafting and instructional experiences.  Requires a current Standard First Aid certificate prior to the start of camp.

The Dining Hall Host must have good organizational, communication, customer service and leadership skills.  It would be an asset if this person has experience in the service industry.  Dining Hall Host must be able to provide direction to a large team of people.  Prior experience with WHMIS practices an asset.  Requires a current Standard First Aid certificate prior to the start of camp.

The Dining Hall Dishwashing senior must have good organizational, communication, customer service and leadership skills and also possess a detailed nature toward health and safety of campers and staff.  This person must be able to support a large team of people and provide direction.  Prior experience with WHMIS practices an asset.  Requires a current Standard First Aid certificate prior to the start of camp.

The Family Program senior must have good organizational, communication, customer service skills.  This person must be able to work with camper volunteers to deliver fun activities to campers, or develop a theme and programs for a week to entertain campers of all ages.  Prior experience with programming, tournament organization and program delivery an asset.  .  Requires a current Standard First Aid certificate prior to the start of camp.

The Junior Program – Ropes & Folklore senior must have good organizational, communication, customer service and leadership skills.  The Junior Program senior must be able to work with a large team of people and provide direction to deliver programs to children.  Prior experience with a low ropes course, programming children’s activities and leading trust / initiative activities an asset.  Requires a current Standard First Aid certificate prior to the start of camp.

The Junior Program – Tuck senior must have good organizational, communication, customer service and leadership skills.  The Junior Program senior must be able to work with a large team of people and provide direction to deliver programs to children.  The Junior Program – Tuck senior should also have prior experience with a cash register, programming children’s activities and a detailed nature toward organization.  Requires a current Standard First Aid certificate prior to the start of camp.

The Leader In Training (LIT) senior must have good leadership, organizational and communication skills.  The LIT senior must be able to work with an ever changing group of teens and provide leadership training and theory sessions.  Prior experience in a Leadership role, teaching initiative / trust activities and scheduling an asset.  Requires a current Standard First Aid certificate prior to the start of camp.

The Office Senior must have a good understanding of computer programs especially Word and Excel.   This person requires good organizational, customer service and telephone skills, and it would be an asset if this person has had cash register, inventory and registration experience.  Requires a current Standard First Aid certificate prior to the start of camp.

The Property senior must possess good customer service skills and a detailed nature toward health and safety of campers and staff.  The Property senior must be able to work with and motivate a small team to maintain and clean the full camp grounds and facilities to a high standard; and assist the Property Managers as required.  Experience with power tools and construction projects an asset.  Requires a current Standard First Aid certificate prior to the start of camp.

The Tuck Shop senior must have a good understanding of computer programs especially Word and Excel.   This person requires good organizational and customer service skills, and must be able to work with and motivate a small team to maintain the Tuck Shop and provide campers with a high level of customer service.  Prior retail, cash, record keeping and inventory experience highly recommended.   Requires a current Standard First Aid certificate prior to the start of camp.

The Waterfront Senior Team:  FacilitiesSwimBoat  :  must possess a detailed nature toward the safety of campers and staff.  The Waterfront team provide first aid services to the camp, therefore, a current National Lifeguard certificate is required to be valid through the full summer.  The Waterfront seniors must be able to work with two other senior partners, to motivate a large team to oversee the safety of the waterfront and swim lessons.  Prior experience managing a team, guarding a waterfront beach or pool, training a group, organizing / teaching swim sessions, repairing boats, teaching sailing and / or driving a motor boat a definite asset.

Smoking Policy:
Red Pine Camp has joined other summer camps in Ontario to ban smoking among all staff.

 

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