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Paid Internship – Unit Camp Counselor – Girl Scouts of Eastern Oklahoma
Post Date: January 31, 2023 at 3:24 pm
Application Deadline: April 1, 2023
Agency Name: Girl Scouts of Eastern Oklahoma
Website Address: http://gseok.org
Contact Name: Sharon Moyer
Job Inquiry Phone: 9187455257
Job Inquiry Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Job Opening Title: Paid Internship – Unit Camp Counselor
Job Opening Description:
• Follow established procedures for supervising camper health and enforcing all safety regulations.
• Assume responsibility for health and safety of campers and staff.
• Maintain positive relations with families, visitors, and the public at all times.
• Follow all camp rules and regulations and enforce them among peers.
• Actively participate in staff training and meetings.
• Work cooperatively with unit, program, and administrative staff to provide an enjoyable environment for all campers.
• Provide opportunities so that each camper will have a positive camping experience.
• Participate and instruct campers in emergency procedures.
• Assist each camper with meeting personal goals and those established by the camp for camper and staff development.
• Respond to and provide opportunities for discussion of individual or group problems or concerns.
• Guide activities and experiences through use of girl planning and Girl Scout Program.
• Supervise all aspects of the camper’s day including wake-up, cabin/unit kapers, meals, rest periods, evening activities, bedtime, cookouts, and after-hours duties as assigned.
• Be an integral part of the unit activities and get to know campers and staff on an individual basis.
• Be knowledgeable about the eating habits, diets, and general health of campers and staff.
• Correct and document, as necessary, situations that endanger the emotional or physical safety of any person.
• Inform the Resident Camp Director of any camper or staff problems, issues, or concerns.
• Ensure unit, cabins, dining hall, and kaper areas are kept clean.
• Submit all required paperwork on time.
• Other duties as assigned or required.
Job Opening Basic Qualifications:
• Must have current GSUSA membership and be at least 18 years old.
• Current First Aid and CPR certifications or the willingness and ability to obtain.
• Ability to model behavior consistent with the Girl Scout Mission, Promise, and Law.
• Sound judgment and problem-solving skills for dealing with daily issues in a variety of situations.
• Ability to work effectively with people from diverse backgrounds.
• Patience to deal with 5 or more people at the same time.
• Ability to lift and move equipment weighing approximately 25 pounds.
• Ability to endure occasional exposure to sun, heat, and animals such as bugs, snakes, bats, etc.
• Physically able to move about the camp property in various environmental conditions.
• Ability to speak distinctly to communicate with members and staff on the phone or in person.
• Desire and ability to work with and relate to children and one’s peers.
• Willingness to accept supervision and guidance.
• Ability to teach and/or assist in teaching skills and activities.
• Act as a team player with the desire to do whatever is necessary to make the total camp program successful.
• Ability to live in an assigned area with a group of campers and staff for the duration of the camp season.
• This position is a Safety Sensitive position.
Job Description Summary:
Seasonal Unit Counselors will aid in supervising and effectively leading a group of campers in daily camp activities. Unit Counselors will provide a safe and nurturing environment for campers. Unit Counselors will be actively involved and have a positive attitude about all camp activities and will ensure a fun and educational camping experience for all campers. Resident Camp employment is seasonal, with dates of employment approximately May – August.
Do you remember going to summer camp, making friends and learning new things? You can help our Girl Scouts experience the fun of learning, growing and especially leading, as a unit counselor in a paid internship position with starting pay of $400 per week.
You will directly be supervising a group of 10-12 campers in their daily activities, living in the cabin Sunday through Friday, while fostering a positive camp experience and creating a safe and welcoming environment for campers and staff. Responsible for managing camper behavior and tending to hygiene of all campers. Minimum age: 18.
Typically work Sunday afternoon through Friday. Resident Camp employment is seasonal, with dates of employment approximately May 28 – July 31, 2023
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Tulsa Area United Way (TAUW) unites people and resources to improve lives and strengthen our communities. To do this, TAUW — with thousands of individual donors and companies — raises more than $25 million each year to support innovation grants, collaborative initiatives, shared technology services, and 59 human services organizations. This means 145 programs within Tulsa, Creek, Rogers, Okmulgee, Osage, and Wagoner counties empower a community working together to ensure that all of its members flourish and thrive.
During TAUW’s annual Day of Caring events, more than 6,300 volunteers provide direct service to area schools and nonprofits.
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Thanks to supporters like you, thousands of Tulsa area residents have obtained employment, pulled themselves out of debt, and have been able to provide for their families.
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