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 Leaders-In-Training Facilitator will live on-site at Camp Goodtimes hosted by UBC’s Loon Lake Lodge and Retreat Centre, near Maple Ridge, BC. This position will work with the Youth and Young Adult Program Specialist, summer staff team and volunteer team. He/She/They will facilitate leadership programs to 16-18 year old youth, This means supporting program, as participants develop communication skills, trust- and respect-building skills, time management skills and general leadership skills. The role also entails supervising participants when during down time and ensuring the physical and emotional safety of campers on site.
This position is also member of the program leader team at camp. The program leader team is responsible for instructing camp activities and supporting other staff and volunteers in delivering programs. They will also have other daily responsibilities such as helping with supervision of campers, evening cabin support, facilitating early morning and evening programs, program logistics, and care/maintenance of camp program equipment.
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/
Qualified candidates are invited to submit their resume and cover letter by Feb 2, 2023.