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Work at Camp

Working at camp is a life-changing experience for camp staff and their campers. Staff are role-models, self-confidence boosters, unconditional friends, caregivers, and cheerleaders. In the eyes of our campers, you are the real-life superheroes. Girl Scout camp is a unique experience for you as a staff member that will grow your mind, body, and soul for years to come.

A job at camp can prepare you for your first year of college, managing your finances, living with roommates, handling emergencies, working effectively with others, and care-taking and supervising children and staff. You can apply the skills you learn over the summer to any profession you choose to go into.

First-time staff will need to participate in training specific to their position. Our trainings start the last week of May or early June. Staff will need to attend these in order to be prepared for their position. All adult staff members are required to become First Aid and CPR certified which is offered as part of training and some positions requiring more advanced certifications.

Below are the two summer camps we hire for each summer. Camp Birch Trails is our overnight resident camp north of Wausau, Wisconsin where staff live on-site during the summer. Camp Winnecomac is our day and short-term overnight camp in Kaukauna, Wisconsin where staff live off-site during the summer. 

 Camp Birch Trails | Resident Camp

Located in Irma, Wisconsin, Camp Birch Trails is our overnight resident camp. Camp Birch Trails is our overnight resident camp just outside of Merrill, Wisconsin. There is nothing like overnight sleepaway camp – friendships are forged between staff from around the globe. Incredible adventures are waiting for you. We offer a back to basics summer camp with arts & crafts, boating, swimming, and eating s’mores around the fire and field trip programs that go horseback riding, zip-lining, and tubing.

Interested in becoming a Wilderness Trip Leader? You can lead girls on canoeing, kayaking, or backpacking adventures around Wisconsin, Michigan, and Minnesota!

Staff working at Camp Birch Trails typically live onsite for the entire summer with room and board included in pay. 

Daily life at Camp Birch Trails
 Daily life at Camp

All staff will work 12-14 weeks of the summer, living and working with 30 staff members and working with up to 80 campers each week. Counselors and Trip Leaders will work with 6-8 campers each week.  Camp staff will be provided a daily schedule each week for their positions and will participate in waterfront, nature, art, team building, archery, and various other activities throughout the week. Camp staff also jump in to help in all areas in camp to make sure things run smoothly.


 Time Off
  • All staff are given two hours off each day and 12 hours off each week. Time off schedule varies by week but is typically on the weekends unless you are working a two-week program then it will be scheduled during the week.
  • Staff needing to request specific days or time off during the summer will need to do so in writing a minimum of two weeks in advance.
  • Due to COVID-19 we will respectfully ask that all staff spend much of their time off at camp to limit potential exposure in the community.
 Things to Be Prepared For
  • Room and board are included while you are working at camp this summer – this is factored into your pay as well.
  • Living and working at a summer camp requires a lot from staff members. Here are a few things to keep in mind-flexibility, limited privacy, pushing yourself to grow as a person, putting the needs of others ahead of your own, to laugh, act crazy, and have an amazing summer with your campers, jumping in mud puddles, and being proud of the mess you’ve made. As well as working on your own interpersonal and communication skills to help build your resume for future opportunities.
  • We are looking for go-getters, heroes, and adventurers that are excited to bring fun and discovery to campers in a fast-paced outdoor environment all summer long. 
 COVID-19 Policies

Camp staff will be expected to live and work with a face mask on all summer long except where appropriate to take off. They will be the leaders in making hand washing/sanitizing regularly a fun and exciting part of our day. Staff will also need to help to ensure that everyone at camp is practicing social distancing. But most of all camp staff will ensure that campers and staff are being safe and practicing healthy personal hygiene every day while at camp. 

Summer Schedule

*This schedule is tentative, specific information will be shared upon hire.

 Trainings by position
  • Wilderness Trip Leaders: May 19-23
  • Leadership/Director Training: May 24-27
  • Supervisor Training: May 25-27
  • Specialist Training: May 26-27
  • All Staff Training: May 29-June 4
  • Lifeguard Training: June 7-10
  • CPR/First Aid Training: June 10
  • Wilderness First Aid Training: June 10-12
 Weekly schedule by date
  • Week 1 June 13-18
  • Week 2 June 20-25
  • Weekend program June 26
  • Week 3 June 27-July 2
  • Closed July 2-5
  • Week 4 July 7-9
  • Week 5 July 11-16
  • Week 6 July 18-23
  • Weekend program July 24
  • Week 7 July 25-30
  • Week 8 August 1-6
  • Week 9 August 8-13
  • Staff will need to be available for weekend programs and two-week programs as well during the summer. Work week schedules (different from daily schedules) will be given out during the start of camp. You will be given a schedule at the beginning of the summer based on the programs you have signed up for during training. 
Camp Birch Trails | Positions Available | Director Staff
 Behavior Director

Description: The Behavior Director is responsible for the oversight of the emotional wellbeing of campers and staff. This position will work to eliminate or replace ineffective or negative behaviors with appropriate and positive actions. Additionally, they will assist staff in issues that arise in their personal and work life. This is a leadership position that is part of the Center Staff team that supervises staff and acts as a resource in problem-solving and programming with campers and staff. This is a seasonal position and is required to live on camp property throughout the duration of the position.

Qualifications: Candidates must be highly organized with strong attention to detail. Be at least 21 years of age with a degree or schooling in Child Psychology, Social Work, Human Services, etc., and CPR/First Aid/AED certification at a minimum preferred or willing to receive as part of training.

Compensation: Starting at $420 per week or $70 per day with room and board included depending on experience and qualifications.


 

 Head Cook

Description: The Head Cook is responsible for planning, preparing, and cleaning after all meals and snacks. They will ensure health and safety standards are always met and accommodate for camper and staff dietary restrictions. This is a leadership position that is part of the Center Staff team, directly supervises the Camp Assistants and the Assistant Cook, and is a resource in problem-solving and programming with campers and camp staff. This is a seasonal position and it is helpful to live site for the duration of this position but is not required.

Qualifications: Candidates must be highly organized with strong attention to detail. Be at least 21 years of age with CPR/First Aid/AED and ServSafe certification at a minimum preferred or willing to receive as part of training. Previous food service/catering experience required.

Compensation: Starting at $420 per week or $70 per day with room and board included depending on experience and qualifications. Hourly pay and off-site housing will be discussed based on experience and qualification.


 

 Health & Safety Director 

Description: The Health and Safety Director is responsible for the health and safety of all the campers and camp staff. They will provide care for injuries and accidents as well as distribute medication and create first aid kits. This is a leadership position that is part of the Center Staff team, indirectly supervises staff, and is a resource in problem-solving and programming with campers and staff. This is a seasonal position and is preferred to live on camp property throughout the duration of the position however hourly positions can be discussed.

Qualifications: Candidates must be highly organized with strong attention to detail. Be at least 21 years of age with EMT, Wilderness First Responder, Registered Nurse, or higher training and certification required; registered nurses are preferred.

Compensation: Starting at $600 per week or $100 per day with room and board included depending on experience and qualifications. Hourly pay and off-site housing will be discussed based on experience and qualification.


 

 Program Director

Description: The Program Director leads the planning and delivery of program activities and events that occur at camp. They are responsible for the organization and preparation of program packets, requirements, and activities. They collaborate with other staff to ensure the delivery of the programs on and off camp. Additionally, they assist in the management of the overall camp operation. This is a leadership role that is a part of the Center Staff team in which is a supervisor and a resource for problem-solving with campers and staff. This is a seasonal position and is required to live on camp property throughout the duration of the position.

Qualifications: Candidates must be highly organized with strong attention to detail. Be at least 21 years of age with a Lifeguarding, CPR/First Aid/AED, and Wilderness First Aid at a minimum preferred or willing to receive as part of training. Archery and Low Ropes training or certification is required and can be obtained during staff training.  Previous resident camp and supervisory experience is required.

Compensation: Starting at $420 per week or $70 per day with room and board included depending on experience and qualifications. 


 

 Trip Director

Description: The Trip Director is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the wilderness trip department. They will ensure all trips follow health and safety standards as well as manages food and equipment requests for all trips. This is a leadership position that is part of the Center Staff team, directly supervises Trip Leaders and Assistants, and is a resource in problem-solving and programming with campers and staff. This is a seasonal position and is required to live on camp property throughout the duration of the position.

Qualifications: Candidates must be highly organized with strong attention to detail. Be at least 21 years of age with a Lifeguarding, CPR/First Aid/AED, and Wilderness First Aid at a minimum preferred or willing to receive as part of training. Previous resident camp, wilderness trip, and supervisory experience is required.

Compensation: Starting at $420 per week or $70 per day with room and board included depending on experience and qualifications.

Camp Birch Trails | Positions Available | Leadership Staff
 Art Specialist

Description: The Art Specialist is responsible for the management of the Maple Building at camp (the art facility). They are responsible for the management of all arts and craft activities and weekly tie-dye sessions with the programs as well as maintaining all arts and craft equipment while ensuring the health and safety of campers. They will assist in supervision, monitoring, and participate in all aspects of camp. This is a leadership position that is part of the Center Staff team, indirectly supervises staff, and is a resource in problem-solving and programming with campers and staff. This is a seasonal position and is required to live on camp property throughout the duration of the position.

Qualifications: Candidates must be highly organized with strong attention to detail with a passion for art and teaching children. Be at least 18 years of age with a CPR/First Aid/AED at a minimum preferred or willing to receive as part of training. Lifeguarding certification is preferred but not required.

Compensation: Starting at $348 per week or $58 per day with room and board included depending on experience and qualifications.


 Business Specialist

Description: The Business Specialist is responsible for the overall business operation of the camp during the camp season, including purchasing, camper record keeping, customer service, and financial records. The position involves considerable independent work as well as being an effective communicator and member of a team. They serve as an appropriate role model and leader for all staff and children at camp. This position is a member of the Center Staff Team and is a resource in problem-solving with issues that arise at camp. This is a seasonal position and is required to live on camp property throughout the duration of the position.

Qualifications: Candidates must be highly organized with strong attention to detail with a passion for business and record keeping. Be at least 18 years of age with a CPR/First Aid/AED at a minimum preferred or willing to receive as part of training. Lifeguarding certification is preferred but not required.

Compensation: Starting at $348 per week or $58 per day with room and board included depending on experience and qualifications.


 Head Counselor

Description: The Head Counselor(s) are responsible for the direct supervision and assistance in programming for counselors. They will ensure that program requirements are being met and that units are managed properly. This is a leadership position that directly supervises the counseling staff and is a resource in problem-solving and programming with campers and staff. This is a temporary position and is required to live on camp property throughout the duration of the position.

Qualifications: Candidates must be highly organized with strong attention to detail. Be at least 18 years of age with a Lifeguarding and CPR/First Aid/AED at a minimum preferred or willing to receive as part of training. Archery and Low Ropes training or certification is preferred but not required and can be obtained during staff training. Previous resident camp and supervisory experience is preferred but not required.

Compensation: Starting at $360 per week or $60 per day with room and board included depending on experience and qualifications.


 Health & Safety Specialist

Description: The Health and Safety Specialist is responsible for the health and safety of all the campers and camp staff. They will provide care for injuries and accidents as well as distribute medication and create first aid kits. This is a seasonal position and is preferred to live on camp property throughout the duration of the position however hourly positions can be discussed.

Qualifications: Candidates must be highly organized with strong attention to detail. Be at least 21 years of age with EMT, Wilderness First Responder, CNA, or higher training and certification required; registered nurses are preferred. Medication distribution certificate required.

Compensation: Starting at $510 per week or $85 per day with room and board included depending on experience and qualifications. Hourly pay and off-site housing will be discussed based on experience and qualification.


 Nature Specialist

Description: The Nature Specialist is responsible for developing curriculum for, preparing, and leading campers in nature activities as required by the programs. They will assist in supervision, monitoring, and participate in all aspects of camp. This is a leadership position that is part of the Center Staff team, indirectly supervises staff, and is a resource in problem-solving and programming with campers and staff. This is a seasonal position and is required to live on camp property throughout the duration of the position.

Qualifications: Candidates must be highly organized with strong attention to detail with a passion for nature and working with children in nature. Be at least 18 years of age with a CPR/First Aid/AED at a minimum preferred or willing to receive as part of training. Lifeguarding certification is preferred but not required.

Compensation: Starting at $348 per week or $58 per day with room and board included depending on experience and qualifications


 Sport Specialist

Description: The Sports Specialist is responsible for preparing and leading campers in all sport and adventure programs including team building activities, the low ropes course, archery, and playfield activities. They will assist in supervision, monitoring, and participate in all aspects of camp. This is a leadership position that is part of the Center Staff team, indirectly supervises staff, and is a resource in problem-solving and programming with campers and staff. This is a seasonal position and is required to live on camp property throughout the duration of the position.

Qualifications: Candidates must be highly organized with strong attention to detail with a passion for nature and working with children in nature. Be at least 18 years of age with a Lifeguarding and CPR/First Aid/AED at a minimum preferred or willing at receive as part of training. Archery and Low Ropes training or certification is required and can be obtain during staff training.

Compensation: Starting at $348 per week or $58 per day with room and board included depending on experience and qualifications.


 Waterfront Specialist

Description: The Waterfront Specialist is responsible for all the waterfront activities that occur as part of the camp program, including but not limited to swimming, boating, and other beach activities. They are responsible for maintaining the waterfront, boats, supplies, and toys. This is a leadership position which is part of the Center Staff team, who supervises the lifeguards and serves as an appropriate role model and leader for all staff and children at camp. This is a seasonal position and is required to live on camp property throughout the duration of the position.

Qualifications: Candidates must be highly organized with strong attention to detail with a passion for swimming, boating, and lifesaving on the waterfront. Be at least 21 years of age with a Lifeguarding and CPR/First Aid/AED at a minimum preferred or willing to receive as part of training. Must be able to teach boating (canoe, kayak, corcl, and paddleboard paddling and boating safety), lead waterfront activities, and lead emergency waterfront procedure drills efficiently.

Compensation: Starting at $348 per week or $58 per day with room and board included depending on experience and qualifications.
 

Camp Birch Trails | Positions Available | All Staff
 Assistant Cook

Description: The Assistant Cook is responsible for assisting the Head Cook with meal and snack preparation and execution as well as cleaning and planning. They will ensure health and safety standards are being met at all times and accommodations for camper and staff dietary restrictions are prepared. They will serve as a mentor to the Camp Assistants. This is a seasonal position and it is helpful to live on-site for the duration of the position however not required.

Qualifications: Candidates must be highly organized with strong attention to detail. Be at least 18 years of age with CPR/First Aid/AED certification at a minimum preferred or willing to receive as part of training. Previous food service/catering experience is preferred but not required.

Compensation: Starting at $300 per week or $50 per day with room and board included depending on experience and qualifications. Hourly pay and off-site housing will be discussed based on experience and qualification.


 Counselor

Description: The Counselors are responsible for leading programs on a weekly basis and ensuring program requirements are being met. They will provide a safe, fun, and inclusive environment for all the campers and encourage them to try new things. Additionally, they will participate and facilitate the production of camp operations and themes. This is a seasonal position and is required to live on camp property throughout the duration of the position.

Qualifications: Candidates must be highly organized with strong attention to detail with a passion for living, leading, and sharing with campers. Be at least 18 years of age with a Lifeguarding and CPR/First Aid/AED at a minimum preferred or willing to receive as part of training.

Compensation: Starting at $270 per week or $45 per day with room and board included depending on experience and qualifications. 


  Driver

Description:  The Driver is responsible for the maintenance and logistics of camp vehicles and trailers as well as general maintenance around camp. This position manages the driving schedules and assists in the driving of wilderness trips and daily field trips. They will supervise drivers, assist in routine vehicle safety checks maintenance as well as training drivers.  This is a leadership position that is part of the Center Staff team and acts as a resource in problem-solving and programming with campers and staff. This is a seasonal position and is required to live on camp property throughout the duration of the position for the Camp Birch Trails positions.

Qualifications: Candidates must be highly organized with strong attention to detail with a passion for getting campers to and from sites safely. Be at least 21 years of age with a good driving record and experience driving a 15-passenger van with a fully loaded trailer. CPR/First Aid/AED at a minimum preferred or willing to receive as part of training.

Compensation: Starting at $300 per week or $50 per day with room and board included depending on experience and qualifications. Hourly pay and off-site housing will be discussed based on experience and qualification.


 Trip Leader

Description: The Trip Leader(s) is responsible for leading safe and educational wilderness trips for campers. They will develop an awareness of Leave No Trace camping and teach campers how to survive and enjoy tripping in the backcountry. This is a position that will serve as a leader and mentor to campers throughout the summer. This is a seasonal position and is required to live on camp property and on trail throughout the duration of the position.

Qualifications: Candidates must be highly organized with strong attention to detail and passion for leading campers on wilderness adventures in canoeing, kayaking, and backpacking for 3 to 18 days out on the trail. Be at least 21 years of age with a Lifeguarding, CPR/First Aid/AED, and Wilderness First Aid at a minimum preferred or willing to receive as part of training. Wilderness First Responder preferred but not required.

Compensation: Starting at $312 per week or $52 per day with room and board included depending on experience and qualifications. 

Camp Birch Trails | Positions Available | Underage Staff
 Camp Assistant

Description: The Camp Assistant(s) (also known as a CA) is responsible for assisting with duties around camp with most focus on work in the kitchen. They will assist with preparing and cleaning all meals and snacks on a daily basis. Occasionally they will aid in camp cleaning, program assistance, and activities with groups. This is a seasonal position and is required to live on camp property throughout the duration of the position. *Prerequisite to have completed Counselor in Training II at Camp Birch Trails.

Qualifications: Candidates must have completed the Counselor in Training program at Camp Birch Trails and must be at least 16-17 years of age.

Compensation: Starting at $240 per week or $40 per day with room and board included depending on experience and qualifications.

 

 Camp Winnecomac

Camp Winnecomac is our day camp, a hidden gem surrounded by trails of the 1,000 Island Nature Preserve in Kaukauna, Wisconsin, Camp Winnecomac offers an expansive, versatile property in a secluded setting within the city. Winnecomac offers two lodge buildings, a shower house, screened unit shelters with campfire rings, yurts and tent-cabins, and a large playfield area. We also offer Archery and a low ropes team-building course for campers to use. 

Camp staff work a daily schedule with occasional overnights with their campers.

Daily Life at Camp Winnecomac

All staff will work 10-11 weeks of the summer, spending days outside and working with 9 staff members and up to 10-20 campers each week. Counselors will work with 8 campers each week.  Camp staff will be provided a daily schedule each week for their positions and will participate in nature, art, team building, archery, and various other activities throughout the week. Camp staff also jump in to help in all areas in camp to make sure things run smoothly. Some overnights are required for these positions. 


 Time Off

Staff needing to request specific days or time off during the summer will need to do so in writing a minimum of two weeks in advance.

Due to COVID-19 we will respectfully ask that all staff spend much of their time off at home to limit potential exposure in the community.


 Things to Be Prepared For

Camp runs for 9 weeks of the summer, 4 of those weeks we offer overnights to campers as part of their program. Camp Staff will be expected to stay overnight on those evenings and will be paid for their overnight work.

Working at a summer camp requires a lot from staff members. Here are a few things to keep in mind-flexibility, limited privacy, pushing yourself to grow as a person, putting the needs of others ahead of your own, to laugh, act crazy, and have an amazing summer with your campers, jumping in mud puddles, and being proud of the mess you’ve made. As well as working on your own interpersonal and communication skills to help build your resume for future opportunities.

We are looking for go-getters, heroes, and adventurers that are excited to bring fun and discovery to campers in a fast-paced outdoor environment all summer long.


 COVID-19 Policies

Camp staff will be expected to live and work with a face mask on all summer long except where appropriate to take off. They will be the leaders in making hand washing/sanitizing regularly a fun and exciting part of our day. Staff will also need to help to ensure that everyone at camp is practicing social distancing. But most of all camp staff will ensure that campers and staff are being safe and practicing healthy personal hygiene every day while at camp.

Summer Schedule
*This schedule is currently tentative, specific information will be shared upon hire.
 Trainings by Position
  • Director Staff Training: June 6
  • All Staff Training: June 7-11 with one night overnight
  • CPR/First Aid Training: TBD
 Weekly Schedule by Date
  • Week 1 June 14-18
  • Week 2 June 21-25
  • Week 3 June 28-July 2
  • Week 4 July 5-9
  • Day session July 10, 9 am to 12 pm
  • Week 5 July 12-16
  • Week 6 July 19-23
  • Day session July 24, 10 am to 4 pm
  • Week 7 July 26-30
  • Week 8 August 2-6
  • Day session August 7, 10 am to 4 pm
  • Week 9 August 9-13
  • Staff will need to be available for overnights and three weekend day sessions. Work week schedules (different from daily schedules) will be given out during the start of camp. You will be given a schedule at the beginning of the summer based on the programs you have signed up for during training. 
Positions
 Art Director

Description: The Art Director is responsible for the management of the Hawks Building at camp (the art facility). They are responsible for the management of all arts and craft activities and weekly tie-dye sessions with the programs as well as maintaining all arts and craft equipment while ensuring the health and safety of campers. They will assist in supervision, monitoring, and participate in all aspects of camp. This is a leadership position that is part of the Center Staff team, directly supervises staff, and is a resource in problem-solving and programming with campers and staff. This is a seasonal position.

Qualifications: Candidates must be highly organized with strong attention to detail with a passion for art and teaching children. Be at least 18 years of age with a CPR/First Aid/AED at a minimum preferred or willing to receive as part of training. Lifeguarding certification is preferred but not required.

Compensation: Starting at $400 per week or $80 per day with room and board included depending on experience and qualifications 


 Behavior Director

Description: The Behavior Director is responsible for the oversight of the emotional wellbeing of campers and staff. This position will work to eliminate or replace ineffective or negative behaviors with appropriate and positive actions. Additionally, they will assist staff in issues that arise in their personal and work life. This is a leadership position that is part of the Center Staff team that supervises staff and acts as a resource in problem-solving and programming with campers and staff. This is a seasonal position.

Qualifications: Candidates must be highly organized with strong attention to detail. Be at least 21 years of age with a degree or schooling in Child Psychology, Social Work, Human Services, etc., and CPR/First Aid/AED certification at a minimum preferred or willing to receive as part of training.

Compensation: Starting at $400 per week or $80 per day depending on experience and qualifications.


 Counselor

Description: The Counselors are responsible for leading programs on a weekly basis and ensuring program requirements are being met. They will provide a safe, fun, and inclusive environment for all the campers and encourage them to try new things. Additionally, they will participate and facilitate the production of camp operations and themes. This is a seasonal position and may be required to stay overnight during specific scheduled programs at Camp Winnecomac.

Qualifications: Candidates must be highly organized with strong attention to detail with a passion for living, leading, and sharing with campers. Be at least 18 years of age and have CPR/First Aid/AED at a minimum preferred or willing to receive as part of training.

Compensation: Starting at $360 per week or $72 per day depending on experience and qualifications. 


 Nature Director

Description: The Nature Director is responsible for developing curriculum for, preparing, and leading campers in nature activities as required by the programs. They will assist in supervision, monitoring, and participate in all aspects of camp. This is a leadership position that is part of the Center Staff team, directly supervises staff, and is a resource in problem-solving and programming with campers and staff. This is a seasonal position.

Qualifications: Candidates must be highly organized with strong attention to detail with a passion for nature and working with children in nature. Be at least 18 years of age with a CPR/First Aid/AED at a minimum preferred or willing to receive as part of training. Lifeguarding certification is preferred but not required.

Compensation: Starting at $400 per week or $80 per day with room and board included depending on experience and qualifications.

 


Program Director

Description:  The Program Director leads the planning and delivery of program activities and events that occur at camp. They are responsible for the organization and preparation of program packets, requirements, and activities. They collaborate with other staff to ensure the delivery of the programs on and off camp. Additionally, they assist in the management of the overall camp operation. This is a leadership role that is a part of the Center Staff team in which is a supervisor and a resource for problem-solving with campers and staff. This is a seasonal position.

Qualifications: Candidates must be highly organized with strong attention to detail. Be at least 21 years of age with a CPR/First Aid/AED and Wilderness First Aid at a minimum preferred or willing to receive as part of training. Previous camp and supervisory experience are required.

Compensation: Starting at $400 per week or $80 per day depending on experience and qualifications.



Sports Director

Description: The Sports Director is responsible for preparing and leading campers in all sport and adventure programs including team building activities, the low ropes course, archery, and playfield activities. They will assist in supervision, monitoring, and participating in all aspects of camp. This is a leadership position that is part of the Center Staff team, directly supervises staff, and is a resource in problem-solving and programming with campers and staff. This is a seasonal position.

Qualifications: Candidates must be highly organized with strong attention to detail with a passion for nature and working with children in nature. Be at least 18 years of age with  CPR/First Aid certified and Archery and Low Ropes training or certification is required and can be obtained during staff training. 

Compensation: Starting at $400 per week or $80 per day depending on experience and qualifications.