About Summer Employment
We are so pleased that you’re interested in working at High Hill Christian Camp. Our summer employees are what make camp work. Here are a few frequently asked questions that you may have.
What dates do High Hill summer employees work?
For 2020, our summer staff will come in on June 2nd to begin a week of training. Summer camp officially begins on June 5th. Our last week of camp is over on July 29th. There are some opportunities to work an extra week or two at the end of the summer based on our rental groups.
Do we get any time off?
Occasionally we will have a free weekend that you will be allowed to go home or just hang out at the camp without working. If you need a day off during the summer for some reason, these are dealt with on a case by case basis through the director. All employees will have a minimum of July 4th-6th off.
How much do you pay?
What kind of things will be expected of me?
First, and most importantly, you will be expected to have a strong relationship with Christ that is evident through your daily behavior. Your attitude should be the same as that of Christ Jesus, who came not to be served but to serve (Phil. 2:5; Mt. 20:28). We will expect you to maintain an atmosphere of teamwork and encouragement not only with your fellow employees but also those attending camp as campers and faculty.
Your day to day duties will vary based on which position you are hired for. However, please be aware that the positions that we hire for are the main duty of the employee, but camp is always an “all hands on deck” job. All positions will be expected to assist with meals, cleaning, and other various duties such as serving in the canteen. Main jobs only consist of about a quarter to half of your time on staff and the rest is made up of other assigned tasks.
Lifeguards are responsible for our pool and lake activities and helping with maintenance of those areas. Kitchen help is responsible for helping with prep and clean up (including washing dishes, pots, and pans) and other duties given by the head cook. All staff assists with meal times and keeping the campgrounds and buildings stocked, cleaned, and ready to be used as intended. This will involve checking/cleaning our buildings on a daily basis and a thorough cleaning at the end of each camp session.
Will I be able to spend time with campers?
This is really something that depends on you and how you work. When your duties are done you are free to spend time with campers. In the evenings, our staff is required to be at worship sessions. You won’t have time to be involved with family groups or teach classes, though.
Jobs Available for Summer 2020
INTERN – one position
LIFEGUARD – four positions
GROUNDS/MAINTENANCE (must be male) – one position
ASSISTANT COOK/DINING HALL MANAGER- one position
DISHWASHERS – two positions
NURSE/MEDIC – one position