Lead Cook -- Sheldon Calvary Camp, Conneaut, OH (Diocese of Pittsburgh)

Sheldon Calvary Camp is seeking a Lead Cook to help prepare meals for the 285 campers and staff attending our summer camp programs. Sharing healthy and delicious meals together is an essential part of building our community.

The ideal candidate has experience preparing large quantities of food, enjoys working in a collaborative team environment, and is able to communicate effectively with children, young adults, parents, and colleagues.

This position starts June 17 and concludes August 18, 2018, working five 7-hour shifts each week. Starting pay is $400/week with room and board option.

Please contact Tim Green, Executive Director, at (440) 593-4381 or


Camp Counselor -- City Camp, Philadelphia, PA (Diocese of Pennsylvania)

City Camp is a summer day camp program and vacation Bible School sponsored and run by the Episcopal Diocese of Pennsylvania. City Camp seeks to help children, youth, and communities encounter God and connect with the Gospel of Jesus Christ. We do this by providing high-quality camp programs for Episcopal parishes in the greater Philadelphia area. The Counselor supports City Camp programming by leading and supervising campers during the day camp program.

The Counselor’s duties include:

  1. Working with day camp team to implement and evaluate camp programming.
    1. Works with day camp team to design and implement camp activities.
    2. Assists Site Director and Camp Director in evaluation of camp programming.
  2. Leading small and large group activities with campers.
  3. Providing supervision and care for campers, they will:
    1. Direct campers in their assigned camper groups through camp activities.
    2. Manage camper behavior using positive behavior management techniques.
    3. Assist campers with personal health problems as needed.
  4. Implementing safety and risk management guidelines, they will:
    1. Report any facility and maintenance needs to the Site Director.
    2. Report any supply or equipment concerns to the Site Director.
  5. Attending all required team trainings, meetings, and gatherings.
  6. Serving as a role model to team members, campers, and other community members in the areas of professionalism and ministry.
  7. Developing and maintaining healthy relationships with fellow team members, campers, parents, parish contacts, volunteers, and the host community.
  8. Serving as a leader within the staff community.
  9. Performing other duties as assigned by the Site Directors, for the good of the ministry.
  10. Traveling independently to work sites.


  • Age 18 years or older.
  • Have a passion and heart for working with children and youth.
  • Be sympathetic to basic Christian teachings and have a working knowledge of the Episcopal Church.
  • Have flexibility to work in various locations and environments.
  • Possess strong creativity, communication, and organizational skills.
  • Must have (or be willing to obtain) first aid and CPR certification.
  • Musical talent is not required, but a plus.
  • Desire to learn and grow physically, emotionally, and spiritually.

Physical Requirements:

  • Ability to stand, sit, and kneel for long periods of time.
  • Physical ability to respond appropriately to situations requiring first aid.
  • Ability to lift and carry boxes, crates, and other program supplies.
  • Endurance to work irregular hours and long days while constantly providing care for and supervising campers.

Salary: $250.00/week

Apply here.


Assistant Cook -- Bishop's Ridge: Stoney Camp & Recreation Center, Santa Fe, NM (Diocese of the Rio Grande)

Camp Stoney has an opening for an Assistant Cook for our summer program. This is a wonderful opportunity for anyone in the Culinary Arts or Hospitality to practice what has been learned. Each camp is a week-long starting on Sunday afternoon with dinner and ending Saturday morning with breakfast feeding youth ages 8 through 17 as well as adult volunteers and staff. Cooking, serving, cleaning, communicating, and utilizing volunteer staff are all a part of the adventure in our kitchen. The meals may need to feed as few as 20 and as many as 100, be nutritious and kid friendly, while being tasty to an adult. Knowing how to prepare food for special dietary needs is essential. Cleanliness, good personal hygiene, and food handling certificates are required. This could be the fun, temporary seasonal position that you are looking for.

Job Qualifications: Able to cook, read a recipe, follow instructions, communicate, self starter, friendly, delegating kindly. Able to create tasty foods that meet dietary restrictions. Have good personal hygiene and maintain cleanliness. Able to perform basic cleaning tasks sweeping, moping, dishwasher, hand wash dishes, etc.

Application can be found on the website


Camp Counselor -- Bishop's Ridge: Stoney Camp & Recreation Center, Santa Fe, NM (Diocese of the Rio Grande)

Camp Stoney is looking for Camp Cabin Counselors to spend the summer with youth ages 8 through 17. Counselors create a safe and fun environment to allow youth to experience hiking, archery, swimming, cosplay, arts & crafts, and many other summer camp activities. Musical, athletic, creative abilities are helpful, a willingness to try is essential. Camp Stoney has a long history of sharing the bible through theme camps based on C.S. Lewis' Chronicles of Narnia, J.K. Rowling's Harry Potter series, and this year we introduce Superhero camp for the 12+ group. As a residential camp we are looking for Cabin Counselors, 18+ and graduated from high school, to assist with the various programs, to lead by example, and enforce a safe and fun place full of imagination and faith. If you are willing to share your joy of Narnia, Hogwarts, Superheroes, the great outdoors, with youth this could be a fun and challenging summer for you. This opportunity is a growth experience for the counselor and the camper.

Job Qualifications: Communication skills, leadership skills, child care, 18 - 25 years old, graduated from high school, flexible, energetic, patient. Must be comfortable in the outdoors (hiking, field games).

Application can be found on website


Head Cook -- Camp Marshall, Polson, MT (Diocese of Montana)

Sharing lovingly prepared meals is central to our life together at Camp Marshall. Our head cook leads a staff of kitchen assistants in preparing nutritious meals for groups of 40 – 90 campers. In addition to preparing menus and ordering food, Camp Marshall’s kitchen staff helps campers learn about where and how food is produced in Montana, and may provide opportunities for interested campers to develop basic cooking skills. Our head cook works with kitchen staff to sanitize the kitchen and dining hall daily to ensure that Camp Marshall is in excellent standing with the Department of Health, and helps to maintain accurate records of food purchased and/or stored according to health code and ACA standards.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Possesses good character, maturity, adaptability, and is teamwork-oriented
  • Has experience planning meals and cooking for large groups.
  • Has excellent administrative and organizational skills.
  • Possesses strong leadership and communication skills, enthusiasm, a sense of humor, and patience.
  • Is willing and able to live within a close camp community and is willing to support the mission of Camp Marshall.
  • Is at least 21 years of age. Physical aspects of the job: ability to lift and carry fifty pounds including food, supplies, and equipment; visual and auditory ability to respond to hazards of the site and to camper/staff behavior; physical mobility and endurance to perform tasks while standing and walking for long periods of time; ability to provide first aid and to assist campers and staff in an emergency.

Specific Responsibilities:

  • Plan a menu of whole foods-based meals and snacks for staff training and for summer camp sessions.
  • Lead kitchen staff in preparing, serving, and cleaning up from assigned meals.
  • Ensure that the kitchen meets health department requirements at all times.
  • Work within the camp’s weekly food budget, and keep records of food purchased and stored.
  • Work closely with kitchen assistants to coordinate kitchen staffing, food preparation schedule, meal times, and the cleanliness of facilities.
  • Help to facilitate composting of kitchen waste.
  • Implement emergency procedures as needed, and participate in mandatory drills.

Responsible to: Camp Director and Site Manager

Salary Information: Room and board plus $300 - $350 per week, depending on experience.

Dates of Employment: June 4 – August 13 (some flexibility is possible)

Contact: Sue LaRose, Executive Director 406-396-2769, or apply online at