FIND YOUR ROLE AT CROSLEY
At Camp Crosley we realize that, in addition to our excellence in program and facilities, it is our incredible summer staff who play such a pivotal role in creating a positive and meaningful experience to our campers.
Please note that if you are interested in multiple positions with Camp Crosley this summer it is only necessary to apply to one posting. We will be happy to consider you for all open positions during the interview process.
SUMMER CABIN COUNSELORS
Cabin counselors live in a cabin with their co-counselor and about 10-12 campers. Cabin counselors are responsible for the basic care and everyday needs of the camper in their group for 1 week sessions over a 9 session summer. Cabin counselors will also be responsible in helping lead activities session throughout the day such as archery, horseback riding, waterskiing, sailing, and the many other activities that are offered at camp.
Program managers are responsible for overseeing one of our specific age groups, which includes 50-80 campers and 8-16 counselors. Programs are of a specific mixed-gender age group. Basic job functions include scheduling and facilitating activity areas, camper behavior management, mentoring and coaching the counselors, and communication with parents as necessary.
ACTIVITY AREA COORDINATORS
Whoazone Coordinator: provides supervision and leadership to the lifeguard team for the whoazone, and is repsonsible for maintenance and safety of whoazone activities, and monitoring cleanliness of the whoazone facility and equipment.
Wrangler Coordinator: provides supervision and leadership to horse back riding staff team to provide quality instruction and programming. The wrangler coordinator is also responsible for the maintenance and care of the barn and herd.
Watercraft Coordinator: provides supervision and leadership to the watercraft team (which is includes canoeing, kayaking, SUPs, sailing, and waterskiing) for the waterfront, and is repsonsible for maintenance and safety of all watercraft activities, and monitoring cleanliness of the watercraft facility and equipment.
The media team works together as photographers and videographers to produce a weekly slideshow after capturing awesome camp moments throughout each week. The slideshow is shown on the last night of each session. The media team updates camp’s media sites including BunkOne and Instagram
The Nurse Intern assists our camp nurses and attends to the medical needs of camp staff. This does not include dispensing medications or diagnosing illnesses. In times of needing to transport staff or campers to nearby medical facilities, the nurse intern assists in driving and helping the patient get checked in. During Check In and Check Out days, the intern assists our nurses in organizing medication and proper documentation. This person also oversees our daily Silver Broom Award competition for cleanest cabin, helps in the camp store at swim time and communicates with camp staff what supplies need to be replaced in the Brown Infirmary. Requirements: Must have completed at least three years of a four year nursing degree program from an accredited university.
The office assistant works in camp’s office assisting the office manager with filing, answering phones and speaking with parents, sorting mail, copying and other office related tasks. Additional responsibilities may include helping in the camp store, assisting with scheduling, check-in and check-out of campers on opening and closing days. Minimum requirements: PC skills and familiar with Word and Excel and the ability to quickly learn camp software.
Kitchen staff assist the Hospitality Director/Camp Cook with food prep and serving and clean up for all meals served in camp. Other responsibilities include dish washing, mopping and cleaning/disinfecting of kitchen surfaces, unloading supply truck, trash removal, and other duties as assigned by food service manager. Minimum requirements: at least 18 years old, must be able to lift a minimum of 50 lbs. without assistance, must be able to stand for long periods of time.
Housekeepers are responsible for the cleanliness of camp including restrooms, health care center, dining hall, guest rooms, large area program buildings, main office and laundry. Minimum requirements: at least 18 years old, must be able to climb ladders and lift a minimum of 50 lbs. without assistance.
The groundskeeper assists the Maintenance Supervisor in maintaining the grounds. Responsibilities include lawn mowing, weeding, painting, minor carpentry, replacing light bulbs and screens, and other duties as assigned by the Maintenance Supervisor. Minimum requirements: at least 18 years old, must be able to climb ladders and lift a minimum of 50 lbs. without assistance, ability to use and repair small motors a plus.
The night watchman will patrol the grounds after dark. Some assistance with maintenance and housekeeping is required. This position requires walking for long periods of time as well as the ability to remain awake at night. Minimum age 21.