The Canadian Cancer Society’s Camp Goodtimes provides children and youth affected by cancer and their families with an unforgettable overnight summer camp experience in a medically supervised, safe and supportive environment. We have been committed to providing a camping experience for children affected by cancer since 1985.
The Canadian Cancer Society believes that time spent at camp allows kids to just be kids, away from their diagnosis. Camp Goodtimes is proud to provide programming that gives joy, confidence, support, and hope for children with cancer and their families.
The Camper Experience Coordinator is responsible for camper care and skip and host development. He/She/They oversee the safety and well-being of every camper who comes to camp and provide assistance and support to skips and hosts in dealing with day-to-day camper situations. The camper experience coordinator communicates regularly with parents and guardians in a professional manner and coordinate responses to participants who require social-emotional and behavioural support.
This position is a member of the leadership team at camp and report directly to the Camp Director. They work as a team to build a positive camp culture and ensure the safety and overall well-being of camp participants. The leadership team is responsible for the planning and delivery of volunteer and program team training.
MORE INFORMATION ABOUT CAMP GOODTIMES EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES:
Camp Goodtimes employment opportunities
HOW TO APPLY:
Click the position to apply online: https://campgoodtimes.org/by/get-involved/employment-opportunities/