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Looking for a rewarding adventure this summer? Join the world’s premier leadership development organization for girls and take part in a time-honored tradition: Girl Scout Camp.

From campfires to hiking and sunsets and s’mores, assist girls as they navigate the joys of summer camp. Arguably the heart and soul of camp are the various staff who create an empowering and enthusiastic experience.

Camp staffers provide a unique blend of instruction, friendship, and leadership for girls who attend. Be prepared to teach exciting lessons, explain and demonstrate what it means to be resilient, and provide a professional and magical experience.

The qualities and the individuality of each girl will amaze you. Be prepared to change lives…including yours. Girl Scouts of Montana and Wyoming hires for summer camp positions that rotate to each of these camps:

  • Camp Sacajawea near Casper, Wyoming
  • Timbercrest Camp near Red Lodge, Montana
  • Camp Castle Rock near Butte, Montana

As a Girl Scout staffer, take part in leadership training, development, and team building. Explore the great outdoors with a group of like-minded coworkers. Share your passion and unique talents with tomorrow’s outdoor enthusiasts.

Benefits

  • Work in a supportive environment
  • Develop team skills and experience critical in most jobs today
  • Fun, meaningful work outdoors
  • Competitive camp salaries
  • Room and board are provided in addition to salaries
  • Training is provided prior to working with campers and participants

General Requirements for all Camp Employment opportunities:

  • Believe in the purpose and value of Girl Scouting
  • Able to model behavior consistent with Girl Scout Mission, Promise, and Law
  • Take pleasure in camping and living in a rustic outdoor setting and a camp community environment
  • Maintain positive parent, public, and community relations
  • Able to lift 50 lbs
  • Able to stand for long periods, walk long distances, and bend and twist with or without carrying weight
  • Possess a current driver’s license with clean driving record, willingness and aptitude to drive large passenger vans long distance on all types of roadways and conditions
  • Visual and auditory ability to identify and respond to environmental and other hazards related to the program and/or site
  • Possess integrity, sound judgment, enthusiasm, patience, and self-control, and endurance to maintain awareness of the members in the camp community
  • Able to act wisely and assist campers and other staff in an emergency (fire, evacuation, illness, injury)
  • Promotes Girl Scouting in the community

Interested? Hiring for the 2018 camp season is under way.

Your opportunity to play a vital role in creating an empowering and enthusiastic camp culture is here. Always challenging and rewarding, Girls Scouts of Montana and Wyoming has three resident camps sites planned for 2018 and we are ready to begin accepting applications. Staff have the opportunity to work at each of the locations throughout the summer season. Be prepared to truly believe in the individuality of each girl at camp while focusing on safety and creating a magical experience. Come be a part of the camp community which will change lives…including your own.

Applicants for Director positions must be available from 
May 29th through August 13th. Counselor applicants must be available from May 31st through August 13th. 

How to Apply

If you are interested in pursuing this opportunity, please submit a cover letter and resume, required to be uploaded at completion of the
GSMW Online Residential Camp Employment Application

Resident Camp Director

The Resident Director has the primary responsibility for the development and implementation of a safe, enriching camp program by maintaining Girl Scouts of Montana and Wyoming (GSMW) and the Girl Scouts of the USA’s (GSUSA) Girl Scouts Leadership Experience (GSLE) and safety standards. 

The Resident Director supervises the implementation of camping programs that meet the needs and interests of girls, ensures that girls are involved in the planning of their activities, regulates that those activities are hands-on, and confirms that each girl is given an opportunity to be actively involved. 

The Resident Director ensures that staff and campers have a safe, fun, positive, fulfilling, and educational summer camp experience that supports membership growth and retention.

This position promotes Girl Scouting in the community; and maintains a positive parent, public, and community relations.  

Position Description

Assistant Camp Director

The Assistant Director has the primary responsibility of assisting the Resident Director in directing and coordinating the implementation of the Girl Scout program, as well as the mission and vision of Girl Scouts of Montana and Wyoming (GSMW) and the successful delivery of the Girl Scout Leadership Experience (GSLE).  This position assists with ongoing staff development. 

The Assistant Camp Director carries out duties as delegated by the Resident Director, and acts for the Resident Director in her absence.    

The Assistant Director ensures that campers and staff have a safe, fun, positive, fulfilling, and educational summer camp experience that supports membership growth and retention. 

This position promotes Girl Scouting in the community; and maintains a positive parent, public, and community relations.  

Position Description

Program Director

The Program Director has the primary responsibilities of directing, delegating and supervising program activities.

The Program Director assures mission compliance with physical, emotional and program needs of participants.

The Program Director establishes and maintains a safe community in which girls can feel comfortable to try new things and implements programs that allow them to lead and participate in progressively challenging activities. 

The Program Director acts as program leader and instructor, ensuring that staff and campers have a safe, fun, positive, fulfilling, and educational summer camp experience that supports membership growth and retention. 

This position assists with ongoing staff development; promotes Girl Scouting in the community; and maintains a positive parent, public, and community relations.  

Position Description

Camp Healthcare Supervisor

The Healthcare Supervisor is primarily responsible for ensuring the health and well being of campers and staff during their stay at camp.  This includes, but is not limited to: intake, distribution and return of campers’ prescription medications, providing general first aid and health care, aiding with homesickness, alerting and educating campers and staff to healthy practices and ensuring that timely emergency medical treatment is sought and/or delivered compliant with health and safety standards, and assists with ongoing staff training and development. 

The Healthcare Supervisor assures that health and safety needs are met as to assure that staff and campers may recognize a safe, fun, positive, fulfilling, and educational summer camp experience that supports membership growth and retention. 

This position promotes Girl Scouting in the community; and maintains a positive parent, public, and community relations.  

Position Description

Camp Kitchen Supervisor

The Kitchen Supervisor directs the overall food-service operation of camp including: purchasing, preparation, nutrition, service, sanitation, security, personnel management, customer service, and recordkeeping. 

The Kitchen Supervisor assures the dining experience and atmosphere is a safe, fun, and positive experience that supports membership growth and retention. 

This position promotes Girl Scouting in the community; and maintains a positive parent, public, and community relations.  

Position Description

Camp Counselor

Most often referred to as the ‘Heart and Soul of Camp’, a Camp Counselor should be prepared to change lives, including your own. Camp Counselors provide a unique blend of instruction, mentoring, and leadership to campers.

Camp Counselors have the primary responsibilities of delivering camp programs that meet the needs and interests of girls, ensuring that girls are involved in the planning of their activities, regulating that those activities are outdoors and hands-on as often as possible, and confirming that each girl is given an opportunity to be actively involved in her own camping experience and that the experience meets the Girl Scout Leadership Experience (GSLE).

Camp Counselors ensure that staff and campers have a safe, fun, positive, fulfilling, and educational summer camp experience that supports membership growth and retention.

Camp Counselors may be assigned a specific area of emphasis based on specific interests and needs of the camp.

Position Description

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