Summer Employment

 

Check out this awesome testimonial video from one of our 2021 summer staffers.

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. Scroll down to see available jobs and their descriptions.

I'm not a Certified Lifeguard - How do I get Certified?

YOU DO NOT HAVE TO BE CERTIFIED WHEN YOU APPLY FOR THIS POSITION.  We provide lifeguard training/certification onsite during our staff training week. 

What dates do High Hill summer employees work?

For 2024, our summer staff will come in on June 3rd to begin a week of training. Summer camp officially begins on June 9th. Our last session of camp is over on August 4th. 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?

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 staff will have June 30-July 6 off; some staff will have June 30-July 11 off.

How much do you pay?

Our current summer staff pay begins at $350/week* with a $25 pay raise every year you return (up to 4 years or as deemed by the director). You get paid additionally for any weekends worked. This might not sound like a lot, but remember that all your meals during camp are provided, and you don’t have to pay for gas to drive to and from work.

*for staff over 18; under 18 will begin at $250/week.

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.  Click on any available job below to view the scope of responsibility and position summary.

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 typically have time to be involved with family groups or teach classes unless you are hired as a cabin counselor. 

WE HIRE THE FOLLOWING POSITIONS EVERY SUMMER

TOTAL OF 4 POSITIONS

TOTAL OF 4 POSITIONS

**Our lifeguards will be trained onsite before camp starts—you do NOT have to be certified to apply** Enjoy time out in the sun and getting to know campers at our pool, blob, zipline, and waterslide. Our lifeguards oversee all of our water activities to make sure campers have a blast while being safe. Lifeguards will also help in other areas such as the kitchen/dining room and will help with daily cabin checks. Apply here. 

TOTAL OF 3 POSITIONS

TOTAL OF 3 POSITIONS

A job with a little less stress—working in our kitchen as a helper and a dishwasher means that you get to have fun working at camp without having to shoulder a lot of the responsibilities of other positions. Our kitchen workers also help out in the canteen and with registration.  **Currently seeking an assistant head cook who can oversee lunch service on their own**

Apply here.

TOTAL OF 1 POSITION

TOTAL OF 1 POSITION

**Must have certification to distribute medications** Nursing students are strongly encouraged to apply. Must be willing to be generally available (within reason) 24 hours a day during camp. Responsible for intake of meds and medical forms on registration day, daily distribution of meds to campers, and first aid. Can apply for the entire summer or limited sessions. Private room/quarters will be provided if desired.

 Apply here.

TOTAL OF 2 POSITIONS: 1 for TECH and 1 for PROGRAMMING

TOTAL OF 2 POSITIONS: 1 for TECH and 1 for PROGRAMMING

This is a great position for anyone who is interested in pursuing camp or youth ministry.  The programming internship will include office work, coordinating the canteen, overseeing inventory, helping out with photo/video promotion on various social media platforms, coordinating and executing all outdoor activities with our deans, and being involved with the day to day operations of camp management.  The tech internship will include coordinating and running our Camp Ministry Center (AVL), working with our worship teams and deans to provide an exemplarily worship experience, and helping with camp promo materials (making videos). 

   Apply here.

**These positions REQUIRE previous experience. Preference will be given to those who have previously worked at a camp. Applicants’ merit must be substantiated.**

TOTAL OF 4 POSITIONS - 2 MALE/2 FEMALE

TOTAL OF 4 POSITIONS - 2 MALE/2 FEMALE

This is a BRAND NEW position for our camp, so things will be flexible as we all learn what this position entails.  Our cabin counselors will be responsible for one cabin group each session of camp made up of our non-member church campers—those who are attending without an adult faculty member.  Much like a full-time summer camp team member, you’ll live, eat, play, and grow with your cabin group each session and model a mature Christian life to them. There are a few sessions where you will not be needed in the cabins (like our camper/parent sessions). During these weekends, you will spend time helping out in other areas.   Apply here.

**APPLICANTS FOR THIS POSITION MUST BE OVER 18 YEARS OLD**