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Job Descriptions

Job Descriptions:

All positions:

All camp staff and volunteers need to have a God-given love for children and young people and genuinely care about their welfare. This will require you to willingly and enthusiastically serve in the role you were hired for.

Cabin Leader:

As a Cabin Leader you will be responsible for 8-9 campers during weeks you are in a cabin.  This includes sleeping in a cabin with them, leading cabin devotions, attending all camp wide activities with them, etc. You will be required to lead a skill for two, sometimes three, skill periods a day. A Cabin Leader needs to be able to be flexible.

You will be responsible for leading your campers in Bible Lessons, so having a good understanding of the Bible is an asset.  It is also important that you are able to answer basic questions about your faith and to be able to help someone become a Christian.


Must be 18+ to qualify.

Cabin Leader/Lifeguard

The Lifeguard will serve as a Cabin Leader. See above job description for details.

The Lifeguard is responsible to ensure that the safety rules are followed on the beach and in the water. He/She will present the waterfront rules weekly during camper orientation. The Lifeguard is to maintain all waterfront equipment and report any damages beyond their ability to repair to the General Director and is to keep the beach clean and orderly. The Lifeguard most hold a current N.L.S. Certificate, along with a Bronze Cross/Medallion; swimming instruction capability is a definite asset.

Junior Cabin Leader:

The Junior Cabin Leader position is a volunteer position meant for students who have completed our SALT and LITE programs, students entering grade 12 in the fall can also qualify for this position.

Junior Cabin Leaders will be partnered with a Cabin Leader every week to assist in leading a cabin. This includes sleeping in a cabin, leading a devotion once a week, attending all camp wide activities etc. You will also lead or assist in a skill for 2-3 skill periods a day.

It is important that a Junior Cabin Leader be flexible and willing to learn. Junior Cabin Leaders may be asked to help with chores and Day Camp as needed.

Program Director:

The Program Directors are responsible to plan and implement the summer program with assistance from the General Director. Responsibilities include making the camp schedule, organizing staff schedules, training and mentoring staff members, dealing with minor discipline issues, creating the summer theme, overseeing skills and activities and providing overall leadership for our camp program. The Program Directors will work in partnership to run both weeks of Day Camp. The Program Directors will work together to promote camps in the local schools. A Program Director must be a strong leader and must genuinely care for others.

LITE Coordinator:

The LITE Coordinators will be responsible for coordinating and implementing the 4 week Leader-In-Training-Experience program at camp for the July and August programs. They must have leadership qualities and an ability to instruct both in a group setting and individually. They also must be committed to seeing the lives of young people changed during the sessions you will be leading during the summer. 


Having strong administrative and organizational abilities is preferred so that you will be able to coordinate this busy program.  Having prior leadership experience, leading groups of young people either in a camp or church setting would be ideal.  Prior cabin leading at camp also would be very valuable.

SALT Coordinator:

The SALT Coordinator will be responsible for coordinating and implementing the 4 week Servant and Leadership Training program at camp for the July and August programs. They must have leadership qualities and an ability to instruct both in a group setting and individually. They also must be committed to seeing the lives of young people changed during the sessions you will be leading during the summer. 


Having strong administrative and organizational abilities is preferred so that you will be able to coordinate this busy program.  Having prior leadership experience, leading groups of young people either in a camp or church setting would be ideal.  Prior cabin leading at camp also would be very valuable.

Head Cook:

The Head Cook is responsible for the planning, ordering and preparation of the meals (along with cook helpers) throughout the summer. Ordering will be done in partnership with the Office Administrator. Along with this the Head Cook is responsible to maintain and keep track of kitchen equipment.


The Head Cook must be able to manage a kitchen and work with and coordinate volunteers. And must possess a current Alberta Food Safe certificate. 


Prior experience in a large group food preparation environment is necessary.

Assistant Cook:

The Assistant Cook will be responsible to work along side the Head Cook in running the kitchen. The Assistant Cook must be able to run the kitchen in the absence of he Head Cook. Valid Food Safe Training is required.

Office Administrator:

The Office administrator's responsibilities include but are not limited to the following: answering phones, dealing with emails that come to our office email account, overseeing and assisting with online registrations, assisting with registration and sign out on the first and last day of all camp weeks, taking payments, setting up cabin groupings on a weekly basis, working on mail outs, and assisting with ordering food for the kitchen.

The Office Administrator must be a highly organized and administrative person, and must be comfortable using a computer. Previous experience working in an office would be of value.