Join Our Camp Team
Looking for a rewarding and meaningful opportunity? Join our team and help us create magic for children and adults with disabilities.
You will change a child’s life.
You will experience pure friendship.
You will work with the most kindhearted people.
You will be guaranteed to have your days filled with countless laughs.
You will witness genuine happiness.
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“You’ll gain a vast amount of experience in programming, personal support, and many other areas to help you succeed in your career.”
“Camp is great for stepping outside your comfort zone, building confidence, and challenging your ideas of what you can do! I always feel the most myself when I am at camp.”
Camp Staff Positions
Counsellors and Programmers
All positions are in person and onsite at camp from June to August.
Choose your location:
- Camp Shawnigan – 2180 Shawnigan Lake Road, Shawnigan Lake (Vancouver Island)
- Camp Squamish – 41015 Government Road, Squamish (1 Hour north of Vancouver)
- Camp Winfield – 1790 Davidson Road, Lake Country (Okanagan)
Applications are reviewed and interviews are conducted on an ongoing basis until June. We encourage you to apply early in the season, as it is a very competitive process. Only qualified applicants will be contacted for an interview that will be set up through Zoom. Be prepared to show a bit of your creative side!
All staff must have proof of a Standard First Aid and CPR-C prior to the start date. A criminal record check completed within 6 months of the start of camp with a vulnerable sector search is also mandatory. We also recommend a Hep A and B vaccination prior to employment.
Camp Counsellors provide direct care for campers. Counsellors will form a buddy group with 6 campers and 1 or 2 volunteer counsellors each week and operate as a family unit through the week. Camp counsellors are experienced camp people who are hired for the length of the summer. (click here for job description)
The Aquatics Programmer provides fun, safe, camp activities that further develop campers’ appreciation, enjoyment and skills surrounding water activities. Working with the other programmers, the Aquatics Programmers create a theme each week and run a magical storyline that wraps up at weeks end. (click here for job description)
Recreation, Games and Ropes Programmer
The Recreation, Games & Ropes (RGR) Programmer’s primary role is to work on the programming team to provide a wide variety of fun, safe camp activities that uphold the Camping Program Objectives. (click here for job description)
Outdoor Pursuits Programmer
The Outdoor Pursuits Programmer’s primary role is to work on the programming team to provide a wide variety of fun, safe camp activities that uphold the Camping Program Objectives, while further developing camp’s appreciation and skills surrounding the outdoors. (click here for job description)
Arts and Crafts Programmer
The Arts and Crafts (A&C) Programmer provides a wide variety of engaging camp activities that further develop camper’s appreciation, enjoyment and skills for art and drama. Working with the other programmers, the A&C Programmer creates a theme each week and runs a magical storyline that wraps up at weeks end. One A&C Programmer will be hired for the length of the summer. (click here for job description)
Registered Nurses – Hiring For 2024
Each of our three camp locations have at least 1 nurse on site and available 24 hours a day while camp is in session. The role of the nurses includes, but is not limited to:
- staff training
- medication administration
- injuries and accidents
- general health and safety
Camp volunteers provide assistance to staff and campers where needed. We’re looking for enthusiastic people who are looking to give back to their communities, gain experience and provide staff and campers the help they need to make it their best week! Click here for more details.
Staff & Volunteer FAQs
Have more questions? Check out our FAQs.