Job Duration: 10 weeks, 35 hours per week
Anticipated Start Date: June 8th, 2020
Anticipated End Date: August 14th, 2020
Number of positions: 2
The Sharon Temple National Historic Site and Museum is an open-air museum with 8 heritage buildings and two interpretive buildings on-site. The ideal candidate has an interest in recreation and education with programming experience in camp environments. The ideal candidate will be able to supervise others, be energetic, creative and a self-starter, with excellent customer service and organizational skills.
Primary Job Functions:
- Assist in the preparation and implementation of six weeks of day camp programs for ages 7-12 themed about baking, sciences, history and physical activity, including evaluation measures.
- Work collaboratively with two other staff members, be responsible for up to 30 children while providing creative and safe camp environments.
- Maintain an organized and planned schedule for children and staff to follow.
- Assist in the tracking of attendance, forms, and children’s information including bus drop off and pick up lists.
- Maintain positive communication between, campers, parents, managers, partnering groups, and staff throughout all weeks.
- Provide interpretation to the public through tours, education and outreach programs.
- Special events and program preparation.
- Assist staff with daily attendance tracking, gift shop inventory, and cash balancing.
- Provide support as needed to other staff members.
- Other tasks, as required.
- One year of previous camp or child care experience.
- Currently enrolled or graduated from post-secondary studies in a related field, such as Education, Early Childhood Education, or Recreation and Leisure.
- The ideal candidate will have an interest in the career fields of Education or Recreation and Leisure.
- Previous experience working with the public in a structured setting, in a paid and/or volunteer capacity.
- Ability to handle multiple priorities.
- Ability to deal with difficult and confidential situations.
- Candidate must be between the ages of 15-30 and legally entitled to work in Canada.
- Must possess or be willing to train for Standard First Aid and CPR.
- Must possess or be willing to obtain a Vulnerable Sectors Screening.
- Be prepared to work a variety of shifts, including weekends, and evenings.
The Sharon Temple National Historic Site and Museum is located north of Toronto on 4.5 acres. As this is a large site with multiple buildings, the candidate will be required to move between these buildings and around the site as needed to conduct various activities.
Please submit a resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Subject Line: Camp Counsellor - [Last Name]
Deadline for Applications: March 20th, 2020 at 5:00 pm
This position is dependent on receiving funding through Canada Summer Jobs. The Sharon Temple National Historic Site and Museum always encourages the Government of Canada’s job equity groups to apply.We thank all applicants for their interest in this position, however, only applicants selected for an interview will be contacted.