WE TEACH LIFE
Rouge Hill Sports Camp is a teacher owned day camp located in Richmond Hill/Vaughan, Ontario. We look forward to providing campers, ages 4-17, from Richmond Hill and the surrounding areas with weeks filled with fun, sport instruction, engaging activities and lifelong memories.
Staff & Volunteers 2019
Check out potential jobs and volunteer positions at Rouge Hill Sports Camp for Summer Camp (July 8 - Aug. 16, 2019). Please submit your cover letter and email your resume to to set up a potential interview!
Team Rouge Volunteering
Team Rouge volunteering is a great way to spend your summer. Join a team of volunteers who will gain valuable work experience, make new friends and help guide young campers to a brighter future. Be sure to visit our volunteer page to find out more information on available volunteer positions. Submit your volunteer application to improve your chances of joining the Rouge Hill Sports Camp staff next summer, to improve your resume, or because it's what you prefer to do! Volunteers will be rewarded with an honorarium of $100/week of volunteering in 2017 and receive a letter of recommendation upon request and based on merit.
Volunteering is a great way to gain leadership experience, build your resume and work with children. Rouge Hill Sports Camp accepts volunteers during Summer Camp. All volunteers will go through volunteer training and have the opportunity to participate in our Staff Training Conference. All Volunteers must provide an up to date vulnerable sector police report from an Ontario police department.
Please submit your cover letter and resume to email@example.com.
We look forward to you joining Team Rouge!
Why Work at Rouge Hill Sports Camp?
You love the outdoors. You love ultimate frisbee, volleyball, and sports of all types. And your friends say you're great with kids.
If you relate to this, then there's the perfect place waiting for you: Rouge Hill Sports Camp. Over half a million university and senior level high school students will find their way from their campus to camp this summer to fill openings at camps across North America.
Imagine a great job with a leadership opportunity right here at Rouge Hill Sports Camp in Richmond Hill:
Live, play, and work in the great outdoors
Go on active adventures
Make new friends with similar interests
Make a paycheck
Become a child's hero
Learn leadership skills
Camp jobs offer invaluable skill-building, leadership, training, and enrichment opportunities that cannot be found at most other workplaces! At Rouge Camps we invest in our staff through rigorous training and mentorship. Regardless of your field of study, camp experiences allow you to learn and develop skills that will enhance your job marketability. The benefits go far beyond a paycheck, too. Business executives note that experience as a camp counsellor translates into excellent management and interpersonal skills. Where else can you gain this type of comprehensive work experience at your age? See what summer positions are open in the jobs section below.
Responsible for setting the direction of planning and executing the program with the help of counsellors in the same age group. This is in addition to counselling duties.
Rabbit Lead: Ages 4 - 5
Deer Lead: Ages 6 - 7
Fox Lead: Ages 8 - 10
Bear Lead: Ages 11 - 13
Responsible for the planning and instruction during sport periods, educational periods, Camp Wide Activities (themed camp style games). Also, camper supervision and inspiration.
Rabbit Counsellor: Ages 4 - 5
Deer Counsellor: Ages 6 - 7
Fox Counsellor: Ages 8 - 10
Bear Counsellor: Ages 11 - 13
These responsibilities will be given to one of the lead counsellors in addition to their other responsibilities. Responsible for creating Camp Wide Activities each day for Rouge Hill Sports Camp. You will be required to score 8.5/10 or higher as reported by the campers. You will be responsible for creating games for 100+ campers, communicating roles to staff and generating excitement each day. Time will be given daily to prepare for Camp Wide Activities and you will be compensated for this extra responsibility.
This senior staff position requires creative thinking, the ability to sell a professional product, the ability to develop an online presence as well as increase community awareness for the camp. During staff week, prior to the start of camp, the Assistant Director will work closely with the Camp Director to deliver a comprehensive staff training program. During camp weeks the Assistant Director will communicate with parents, manage the meal plan, coordinate field trips and provide leadership to staff while reporting directly to the Camp Director. Please email your cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.