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Jobs + Internships With Caldera

Camp Caldera is hiring!

Youth Advocate

Working with a group of six to eight campers each camp session, daily responsibilities include: building positive relationships, leading activities, playing hard, promoting self-discipline and self-awareness among campers, and safeguarding campers physically and emotionally. Advocates build a fun and cohesive team of campers that contribute to the greater camp community. Advocates act as mentors, advisers, guides, and allies to campers for the duration of the summer program. Click here for full job announcement and application.

Junior Advocate

This position is intended to help train, mentor, and provide feedback for individuals with limited experience who are interested in becoming youth workers. Each Junior Advocate is responsible for a group of four to eight campers per camp session and works to build a fun and cohesive team with assigned campers as well as the greater camp community. Click here for full job announcement and application.

Teaching Artist

Teaching Artists are responsible for designing and facilitating a rigorous arts curriculum for middle and/or high school campers. They provide a positive learning environment and deliver engaging arts lessons that reach a diverse population. Click here for full job announcement and application.

Artist Assistant

Artist Assistants work with Teaching Artists to provide a positive learning environment for campers. Assistants support artists with all aspects of arts learning activities to help ensure class and programmatic objectives are met. Click here for full job announcement and application.

Health Director

The Health Director is responsible for providing medical and preventative care to all campers and staff during training and camp sessions. Click here for full job announcement and application.

Connect Facilitator

The Connect Facilitator develops and implements curriculum in which campers can explore making deeper connections with their peers, learn life skills, and process their life and camp experience with others. Connect class offers an excellent opportunity for youth to engage in meaningful discussions about pertinent, youth-driven topics such as peer pressure, cliques, and conflict. Click here for full job announcement and application.

Head Chef

The Head Chef oversees six staff and is responsible for food preparation as well as maintaining a friendly, sanitary kitchen and dining space. This position manages the food budget, purchasing, meal planning, staff oversight and scheduling for the Sous Chef and five assistants, and on-the-job training for all kitchen staff. Click here for full job announcement and application.

Sous Chef

The Sous Chef oversees the kitchen when Head Chef is not present and provides support to the Head Chef on budget management and staff oversight and scheduling for five Kitchen Assistants. Click here for full job announcement and application.

Kitchen Assistant

Kitchen staff prepare meals that are healthy, delicious, and appealing to both youth and adults. Kitchen Assistants are responsible for helping with meal preparation and kitchen maintenance, as well as maintaining a friendly, sanitary kitchen and dining space. Click here for full job announcement and application.

Lifeguard and Activity Coordinator

The Lifeguard & Activity Coordinator oversees planning and delivery of free time, evening, and waterfront activities that are safe, fun, and appropriate to campers’ age and abilities. The Lifeguard & Activity Coordinator will provide management to the physical operation of the waterfront’s facilities and equipment. Click here for full job announcement and application.

Environmental Educator

The Environmental Educator will create and implement environmental curriculum and incorporate program goals into daily sessions, inspire curiosity about nature, and build connections to the environment. This position will facilitate discussions about environmental justice with a population that has historically been marginalized in the environmental movement. Click here for full job announcement and application.

Environmental Education Assistant

The Environmental Education Assistant will work with the lead Environmental Educator to help implement environmental curriculum and incorporate program goals into daily sessions, inspire curiosity about nature, and build connections to the environment. This position will facilitate discussions about environmental justice with a population that has historically been marginalized in the environmental movement. Click here for full job announcement and application.

Summer Camp Photographer & Media Coordinator

The Camp Photographer & Media Coordinator plans, captures, and organizes media from camp activities and projects. Click here for full job announcement and application.

Challenge Course Facilitator

The Challenge Course Facilitator plans and implements curriculum that utilizes all elements of Caldera’s challenge course. They incorporate program goals into course facilitation and encourage campers to set goals, take positive risks, and challenge personal boundaries while on the course. Click here for full job announcement and application.

Please continue to check back for additional opportunities as they become available. You can also like us on facebook and follow us on Twitter for updates.

Caldera is an equal opportunity employer, committed to developing an organization that is reflective of and sensitive to the needs of the diverse community we serve.

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