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Summer Camp Employment

Are you interested in helping build girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place, then this is the camp for you! Spend a wonderful summer at a Girl Scouts of Maine Camp! We have two resident camps with 30-40 staff and up to 60-130 girls who attend one (1) week to four (4) week sessions during our 5 week season.

Camp staff will assist in the day-to-day activities in their unit or programs areas and help maintain the health and safety of all campers. They should be enthusiastic, caring adults who are passionate about working with girls.

Unit/Program Leaders are in charge of supervising their assigned unit or program area. They will recognize and respond to opportunities for problem-solving in the group. They will also plan and develop unit specific programming. Unit/Program assistants aid in guiding unit and individual campers in participating successfully in all aspects of camp activities, with an eye towards meeting the needs of each camper. Both positions will assist in developing girl-driven unit and program area activities.

Benefits Include:

  • Beautiful outdoor setting
  • Room and board
  • Waterfront access including canoes, kayaks, and paddleboards
  • Nutritious meals with vegetarian option
  • Awesome staff
  • Wireless Internet Access
  • Access to many hiking trails
  • Transportation for days off
  • SO MUCH FUN
Camp Pondicherry, Bridgton, ME

Mary Boyle
888-922-4763
mboyle@gsmaine.org

Job Postings at Camp Pondicherry

Current open positions: Program leaders and Assistants in Archery, Baking, Biking, Canoeing, Challenge course (low), Cooking, Creative Arts, Hiking, Horseback riding, Kayaking, Land sports , Nature education, Outdoor Living Skills, Paddle boarding, Photography, Swimming, and Theater.

Registered Nurse

Current Maine License or ability to obtain. Duties include: Review camper medical history/forms before arrival and contact parents with questions, opening day check in of campers, be available near the Health Center 24 hours a day and respond to emergencies, responsible for the general health and safety of all camp personnel and campers, and distribution of daily medications.

Waterfront Director
Responsibilities include:

  • Supervising and guarding all waterfront activities on our private Pond.
  • Ensuring campers and staff follow safety procedures while in their program activity areas.
  • Train and assist waterfront staff in program areas such as Canoeing, Kayaking, Swimming, and Paddle boarding.
  • Utilize rescues, first aid, CPR, and other emergency management services if required.
  • Understand and implement appropriate response to changes in water conditions or weather conditions affecting the waterfront.
  • Maintain the physical facilities and equipment in the waterfront area.
  • Provide assistance to waterfront staff with creating and implementing lessons plans.
  • Supervise up to 10 waterfront lifeguards , providing feedback, and performance reviews.

Must be at least 21 years old, current lifeguard certification and current WSI preferred or willingness to obtain.

Food Service Director
Supervises kitchen team to manage the kitchen and dining hall. Job duties include meal preparation, cleaning the dining hall and kitchen equipment, supervising the kitchen/sanitation assistants, restocking food items, inventory control, ordering, meal planning, budget, scheduling, and leading kitchen staffing.

How to Apply
To apply for any open position, click here to fill out our online application.



Camp Natarswi, Millinocket, ME

Treasa Wheeler
888-922-4763
twheeler@gsmaine.org

Job Postings at Camp Natarswi

Current open positions:

Kitchen Assistant
Work as a member of the team to assist Kitchen Manager and Assistant in the kitchen and dining hall. Job duties include dishwashing, cleaning the dining hall and kitchen equipment, food preparation, supervising the serving lines, restocking food items, and assisting with inventory.

The summer season runs from the end of June to the end of August. During August and September we offer weekend Troop and Family camping opportunities. The employment period varies for staff members, ending either August 5 or August 26. Additional staffing opportunities in September weekends only.

Summer Camp Nurse
Current Maine License or ability to obtain. Duties include: Review camper medical history/forms before arrival and contact parents with questions, opening day check in of campers, be available near the Health Center 24 hours a day and respond to emergencies, responsible for the general health and safety of all camp personnel and campers, and distribution of daily medications.

The summer season runs from mid June to the end of August. During August and September we offer weekend Troop and Family camping opportunities. The employment period varies for staff members ending August 5 or August 26. Weekend and Weekly nurse positions available.

JMG Leader
Teaching 21 outdoor skills, plan, organize, and lead hiking and canoeing camping trips in Maine. Seeking candidates with previous experience leading wilderness trips or student experience with NOLS, Outward Bound, or a similar organization. Current Wilderness First Aid and lifeguarding certifications required. We can assist in acquiring the necessary certifications. Must be age 21 or older and have a clean driving record.

The summer season runs from the end June to the end of August. During August and September we offer weekend Troop and Family camping opportunities. The employment period varies for staff members ending either August 5 or August 26. Additional staffing opportunities in September weekends only.

How to Apply
To apply for any open position, click here to fill out our online application.



Camp Kirkwold, Readfield, ME

Mary Ellen Deschenes
888-922-4763
mdeschenes@gsmaine.org 

Job Postings at Camp Kirkwold
  • None at this time