Summer Employment

Working at summer camp is a great way to influence young lives in a positive way for Christ!

 

If you will be 15-17 years old this summer and would like to be a Jr. Staff Member, you must attend Operation CoOperation on March 6-8, 2020!  The deadline for Junior Staff Applications is February 21.  We will communicate directly with the applicant via email.

Download Information:
2020 Summer Staff Application – Please email completed applications to: program@covevalleycamp.com .
2020 Staff Reference Forms – The Reference Forms are to be sent directly to camp by the person filling out the Reference Form.

The application and reference forms can be downloaded to your desktop, filled out electronically, and then emailed to Eric at: program@covevalleycamp.com.

2020 Operation CoOperation Registration Form (For summer staff applicants ages 15-17)
For more information about working at Cove Valley this summer contact Eric at: program@covevalleycamp.com

2020 Summer Positions (All wage amounts are per week)

Program Director’s Assistant “PDA” – 1 Male & 1 Female $210

The Program Director’s Assistants will be responsible for the “fun and games” part of camp (i.e. planning and executing games and activities), as well as assisting the Program Director with the overall operation of the summer camp program.

The Speaker is responsible for the spiritual well-being and growth of campers and staff. The Speaker is also responsible for leading Bible classes in the morning, as well as a chapel service in the evening.

The Nurse must have at least 2 years of nursing training (RN, LPN, or equivalents preferred), and be currently certified in First Aid and CPR. The Nurse is responsible for the safety and health of campers and staff.

The A/V Tech is responsible for taking pictures/videos and uploading them to the website, creating the powerpoint for praise and worship time, and operating sound & powerpoint during praise and worship time as well as a few other tech tasks.

The Jr. A/V Tech will work with the A/V Tech to perform A/V responsibilities mentioned above.

The Life Guard is responsible for the safety of campers and staff at all waterfront locations, as well as helping the Program Director and the Program Director’s Assistants.

The Craft Instructor is responsible for planning and teaching crafts to the campers during morning electives.

The Nature Instructor is responsible for planning and teaching nature to the campers during morning electives.

– Staff Orientation Week $94
The Senior Counselor is responsible for the safety,
supervision, and spiritual nurture of 5-10 campers.

The Junior Counselor is responsible for assisting the Senior Counselor in the safety,
supervision, and spiritual nurture of 5-10 campers.
~ Attendance is required at Operation CoOperation in March.

The Dining Room Hostess is responsible for supervising kitchen aides and overseeing dining room preparation. The Dining Room Hostess will also assist the cooks as needed.

A Kitchen Aid is responsible for set-up and clean-up of the dining hall and kitchen. Kitchen Aides will also report to the Dining Room Hostess and cooks for other duties.
~ Attendance is required at Operation Co-Operation in March.

The Maintenance Assistant will work with the Maintenance Director to perform general camp maintenance as well as guide the Jr. maintenance assistant in tasks.

The Jr. Maintenance Assistant will work with the Maintenance Director and the Maintenance Assistant to perform general camp maintenance.
~ Attendance is required at Operation Co-Operation in March.