Boys & Girls Clubs Gates Camp

Where Kids Come to be Kids!

Our goal at Gates Camp is simple: we want to provide a quality, fun, and safe camp experience for kids who otherwise would not have this opportunity.

Gates Camp is located at approximately 9,000’, adjacent to the Indian Peaks Wilderness and within a 30-minute drive of Rocky Mountain National Park.

About Boys & Girls Clubs Gates Camp

Gates Camp provides members of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Denver a chance to get away from inner-city life and escape to the majestic mountains of Colorado. Campers (ages 8 to 13) challenge themselves, connect with nature, build new friendships, and spend five days "just being a kid."  The often challenging, but fulfilling work provides the summer experience of a lifetime for our camp staff and youth alike! We are currently hiring for the summer of 2018.

To apply, email cover letter, resume, and three professional references to jobs@bgcmd.org  Click the link to our homepage for more information. Counselors teach youth about nature, rock climbing, leadership, teamwork on ropes courses, how to fish, the joy of hiking, camping out under the stars, archery, how to have fun and make new friends among many other summer camp necessities, such as making the perfect s’more and confidence to do silly skits in front of the whole camp!

The Employee Experience

The culture of Gates Camp (GC) is one of:

Adventure: kids and staff were encouraged to try new things, new ideas, and explore the newness. If staff had a new idea, they tried it. If staff were passionate about improv, they'd make sure they ran an improv session, for example. Staff worked to generate new experiences for the youth in the outdoors in as many ways as possible. whether making forts, playing in mud, picking flowers, anything and everything. 

Acceptance and inclusion: Any idea, contribution, or suggestion is valued and implemented. All emotions are accepted and valued. If a kid was angry and hated the outdoors, there was no judgement. Any emotional baggage that the kids brought with them was treated as sacred and considered a valuable part of the community.

Wonder: if you ask anyone who has been to Gates Camp, they'll tell you there was some kind of magic. In the connections, in the mountains, in the cabins, in the fire circles. Every moment was spiritual as everyone felt connected and loved, especially through the rituals (Rite of Passage, Heepwah story, medallions, etc.) 

On weekends:

Adventure: there was always someone out hiking or climbing. Every weekend I went to a new trail in RMNP, Indian Peaks Wilderness, or Boulder. From the diverse group of staff come opportunities to try new hobbies.

Acceptance and inclusion: Everyone found a group of people to confide in. If someone was struggling, then everyone responded and included that person instead of rejecting them. Every Friday night, we spent time with the entire staff in the town of Nederland. 

Wonder: similar to adventure, we explored. New towns, trails, and hobbies. Curiosity was bred there as staff were encourage to try new things. 

What was your relationship like with other staff and supervisors?

Lifelong friends were generated. I have a group of people who I have a very special connection with and know I can count on them for anything. I found people with similarities that bonded us and differences that bonded us. 

Supervisors: D and Jess are now two of my life mentors and closest friends. I have never respected and looked up to two people more than them. I learned so many new skills, and especially, how to love and enjoy my life fully. I will forever stay in contact with them. 

What was the best moment of GC?

The best moment of GC for me was bonding with the staff and supervisors through the summer and all the laughs and happy times. Making early morning coffee, sitting around a campfire, skipping rocks, sleeping under stars; doing all theses simple things with the GC family. My summer at GC was one of my favorite memories of my life. 

Ideal Candidate

The ideal candidate is hardworking, positive, flexible and passionate about working with kids in the outdoors. They are excited by the opportunity to work and live in a tight-knit community of like minded individuals, and see this summer as an opportunity for personal and professional growth. Each week, Gates Camp provides a transformative opportunity to Denver's youth that needs us the most - we are looking for individuals excited to be part of that process. 

Room and Board

Room and board are provided for all camp employees.

Housing consists of a shared, gender-specific bunk space in one of our authentic 1920s log cabins.

As far as board goes, three meals and a snack are provided each day while camp is in session. If you decide to stay at Gates Camp on your days off meals are also available at no charge. While camp is in session employees eat with the campers during family-style meals. On Wednesday evenings we gather to celebrate the previous week’s success and plan for the upcoming week during our staff community building dinners.

Employee Perks

We offer a competitive salary based on experience and position, in addition to providing room and board for all staff. Other benefits include spending the summer in a pristine area of Colorado, ongoing staff/professional development, and countless other intangibles.

Getting Here and Getting Around

Once you join our team, we will work with you in processing your employee paperwork and finalizing your travel plans regarding arrival to camp. For those individuals flying in from out-of-town, reservations should be made to fly into Denver International Airport. From DIA, you can arrange to be picked up either at the airport or in the city of Boulder, should you decide to utilize the RTD bus system. For those individuals with access to a personal vehicle for the summer, it is recommended that you bring it for use on the weekends. Carpooling is the chief mode of transportation for staff on days off, since the closest major town is 20 miles away.

For Fun

Days off are yours to explore the endless opportunities that exist nearby. For employees that choose to stay in the mountains, hiking, fishing, horseback riding, backpacking, rock climbing, and other outdoor adventures are at your fingertips. For team members whose interests are found more within city limits, the city of Boulder is 45 minutes away, while Denver is just an hour and half from camp.

Our Jobs

The Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Denver (BGCMD) operates a residential, summer camp where kids, ages 8 to 13, attend one-week, single-gender sessions at Gates Camp. Campers participate in hiking, canoeing, backpacking, fishing, rock climbing, archery, hands-on environmental games, and other outdoor activities. These programs and activities inspire kids to explore new ideas, work in teams, and support one another. We are currently hiring seasonal staff members to live and work at Camp!


Gates Camp kick off is May 24th, 2018 and runs through July 31st, 2018.

Gates Camp Assistant Cook – Seasonal/Summer 2018

Ward, Colorado

Job Description:
The Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Denver (BGCMD) operates a residential, summer camp where kids, ages 8 to 13, attend one-week, single-gender sessions at Gates Camp. Campers participate in hiking, canoeing, backpacking, fishing, rock climbing, archery, hands-on environmental games, and other outdoor activities. These programs and activities inspire kids to explore new ideas, work in teams, and support one another. We are currently hiring an Assistant Cook, to live and work at Camp between the dates of May 24th and July 31st; all positions are seasonal.

 

BGCMD requires the following of all Camp employees:

  • Staff members must be at least 19 years of age
  • Minimum of 1 year previous camp experience or relevant educational studies or volunteer experience
  • Ability to pass pre-employment screenings including drug test, background check, motor vehicle records check

Assistant Camp Cook must also be able to:

  • Support and adhere to daily food preparation and meal schedules and ensure timelines
  • Work cooperative with the Head Cook and the Dishwasher/Prep Cook to prepare and serve meals;
  • Effectively monitor food stores to limit spoilage and ensure quality
  • Assist with checking-in and documenting all food/supply orders
  • Prepare meals from “scratch’” using healthy and fresh ingredients that ensure a balanced and nutritious diet for Campers and Staff
  • Be willing to prepare meals for a variety of dietary needs and preferences (i.e. gluten free, vegetarian, vegan, dairy and/or soy free, nut allergies, etc.)
  • Support the realization of a “Healthy Lifestyle” for Campers and Staff
  • Ensure that food items are available for staff to prepare meals for themselves on weekends
  • Post daily/weekly menus in advance of serving meals
  • Create and maintain a sanitary environment for food storage, preparation and the serving of meals;
  • Perform and facilitate weekly deep cleaning of specific areas in the kitchen, e.g. - floors, vent hoods, walk-ins, dish cleaning area, ovens, etc.)
  • Proactively manage and mitigate risk in the food service environment

 

 

Job Requirements:

Physical Requirements/ Work Environment

The successful candidate must be able to work at high altitude (at or above 9,000 ft), walk long distances on uneven terrain, have stamina to work through long days and evenings, and have the ability to perform basic maintenance functions. Camp Staff may at times have to lift up to and over 50lbs.  These positions require close collaboration with all staff including the Camp’s Directors and On-Site Healthcare Provider.

 

Job Related Behaviors

Gates Camp Staff are team players and must be punctual, flexible; each team member must follow through on commitments, respond in a timely manner to requests, exhibit problem solving skills and initiative, communicate effectively and follow proper reporting procedures. The right candidate is dedicated to the Mission of the organization and strives to uphold the Boys and Girls Club of Metro Denver’s Core Values.

 

Disclaimer

The information presented indicates the general nature and level of work expected of employees in this classification.  It is not designed to contain or to be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities, qualifications and objectives of employees assigned to this job.

 

Details:

Status: Seasonal, May 24th – July 31st

Hours: Wednesday 3:30 p.m. through Monday 5:30 p.m.

Pay Range: $325 per week

Benefits: Position includes room and board for the duration of the position.

 

Interested applicants should submit a cover letter, resume and three professional references to jobs@bgcmd.org. Please include the position title in the subject line of the e-mail.

 

This position will remain open until filled.

Gates Camp Counselor – Seasonal/Summer 2018

Ward, Colorado

Job Description:
The Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Denver (BGCMD) operates a residential, summer camp where kids, ages 8 to 13, attend one-week, single-gender sessions at Gates Camp. Campers participate in hiking, canoeing, backpacking, fishing, rock climbing, archery, hands-on environmental games, and other outdoor activities. These programs and activities inspire kids to explore new ideas, work in teams, and support one another. We are currently hiring an Assistant Cook, to live and work at Camp between the dates of May 24th and July 31st; all positions are seasonal.

 

BGCMD requires the following of all Camp employees:

  • Staff members must be at least 19 years of age
  • Previous camp, volunteer or relevant educational experience preferred
  • Ability to pass pre-employment screenings including drug test, background check, motor vehicle records check

All Camp Counselors must:

  • Supervise campers and maintain a safe environment
  • Work in concert with the Camp’s Directors and other Staff Members
  • Perform all other duties as assigned by the Camp Directors
  • Have an interest in teaching and leading recreational and educational activities
  • Work well with others and be able to manage conflict situations appropriately
  • Have excellent social and communication skills
  • Be certified or willing to get certified in First Aid and CPR
  • Preferred experience working with kids from an urban setting

Job Requirements:

Physical Requirements/ Work Environment

The successful candidate must be able to work at high altitude (at or above 9,000 ft.), walk long distances on uneven terrain, have stamina to work through long days, and have the ability to perform basic maintenance functions.  The Camp Healthcare Provider may, at times, have to lift up to and over 50lbs. 

 

Job Related Behaviors

The Camp Healthcare Provider must be a team player, punctual, flexible; he or she must follow through on commitments, responds in a timely manner to requests, exhibit problem solving skills and initiative, communicate effectively and follow proper reporting procedures. The right candidate is dedicated to the Mission of the organization and strives to uphold the Boys and Girls Club of Metro Denver’s Core Values.

 

Disclaimer

The information presented indicates the general nature and level of work expected of employees in this classification.  It is not designed to contain or to be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities, qualifications and objectives of employees assigned to this job

 

Details:

Status: Seasonal, May 24th – July 31st  

Hours: Wednesday 3:30 p.m. through Monday 5:30 p.m.

Pay Range: $190 per week

Benefits:  Position includes room and board for the duration of the position.

 

Interested applicants should submit a cover letter, resume and three professional references to jobs@bgcmd.org. Please include the position title in the subject line of the e-mail.

This position will remain open until filled.

Gates Camp Head Cook – Seasonal/Summer 2018

Ward, Colorado

Job Description:
The Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Denver (BGCMD) operates a residential, summer camp where kids, ages 8 to 13, attend one-week, single-gender sessions at Gates Camp. Campers participate in hiking, canoeing, backpacking, fishing, rock climbing, archery, hands-on environmental games, and other outdoor activities. These programs and activities inspire kids to explore new ideas, work in teams, and support one another. We are currently hiring an Assistant Cook, to live and work at Camp between the dates of May 17th and July 31st all positions are seasonal.

 

BGCMD requires the following of all Camp employees:

  • Staff members must be at least 21 years of age
  • Minimum of 1 year previous kitchen/foodservice experience or relevant educational studies or volunteer experience
  • Ability to pass pre-employment screenings including drug test, background check, motor vehicle records check

The Head Cook must:

  • Support and adhere to daily food preparation and meal schedules and ensure timelines
  • Work cooperative with the Assistant Cook and the Dishwasher/Prep Cook to prepare and serve meals;
  • Effectively monitor food stores to limit spoilage and ensure quality
  • Check-in and documenting all food/supply orders
  • Prepare meals from “scratch’” using healthy and fresh ingredients that ensure a balanced and nutritious diet for Campers and Staff
  • Be willing to prepare meals for a variety of dietary needs and preferences (i.e. gluten free, vegetarian, vegan, dairy and/or soy free, nut allergies, etc.)
  • Support the realization of a “Healthy Lifestyle” for Campers and Staff
  • Ensure that food items are available for staff to prepare meals for themselves on weekends
  • Post daily/weekly menus in advance of serving meals
  • Create and maintain a sanitary environment for food storage, preparation and the serving of meals;
  • Perform and facilitate weekly deep cleaning of specific areas in the kitchen, e.g. - floors, vent hoods, walk-ins, dish cleaning area, ovens, etc.)
  • Proactively manage and mitigate risk in the food service environment

 

 

Job Requirements:

Physical Requirements/ Work Environment

The successful candidate must be able to work at high altitude (at or above 9,000 ft), walk long distances on uneven terrain, have stamina to work through long days and evenings, and have the ability to perform basic maintenance functions. Camp Staff may at times have to lift up to and over 50lbs.  These positions require close collaboration with all staff including the Camp’s Directors and On-Site Healthcare Provider.

 

Job Related Behaviors

Gates Camp Staff are team players and must be punctual, flexible; each team member must follow through on commitments, respond in a timely manner to requests, exhibit problem solving skills and initiative, communicate effectively and follow proper reporting procedures. The right candidate is dedicated to the Mission of the organization and strives to uphold the Boys and Girls Club of Metro Denver’s Core Values.

 

Disclaimer

The information presented indicates the general nature and level of work expected of employees in this classification.  It is not designed to contain or to be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities, qualifications and objectives of employees assigned to this job.

 

Details:

Status: Seasonal, May 17th – July 31st

Hours: Wednesday 3:30 p.m. through Monday 5:30 p.m.

Pay Range: $425 per week

Benefits: Position includes room and board for the duration of the position.

 

Interested applicants should submit a cover letter, resume and three professional references to jobs@bgcmd.org. Please include the position title in the subject line of the e-mail.

 

This position will remain open until filled.

 

Gates Camp Head Counselor – Seasonal/Summer 2018

Ward, Colorado

Club/Office Location:  Gates Camp


Job Description:
The Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Denver (BGCMD) operates a residential, summer camp where kids, ages 8 to 13, attend one-week, single-gender sessions at Gates Camp. Campers participate in hiking, canoeing, backpacking, fishing, rock climbing, archery, hands-on environmental games, and other outdoor activities. These programs and activities inspire kids to explore new ideas, work in teams, and support one another. We are currently hiring an Assistant Cook, to live and work at Camp between the dates of May 17th and July 31st; all positions are seasonal.

BGCMD requires the following of all Camp employees:

  • Staff members must be at least 21 years of age
  • Minimum of 1 year previous camp experience or relevant educational studies or volunteer experience
  • Ability to pass pre-employment screenings including drug test, background check, motor vehicle records check

Head Counselors must also:

  • Work in concert with the Camp’s Directors and other Staff Members
  • Perform all other duties as assigned by the Camp Directors
  • Have an interest in teaching and leading recreational and educational activities
  • Work well with others and be able to manage conflict situations appropriately
  • Have excellent social and communication skills
  • Be certified or willing to get certified in First Aid and CPR
  • Preferred experience working with kids from an urban setting
  • Supervise campers and maintain a safe environment
  • Facilitate outdoor adventure and craft activities
  • Complete various forms of paperwork
  • Work with entire Camp Staff, medical and health professionals, the kitchen crew, etc., to provide a healthy and positive experience for Campers
  • Attend and participate in pre-camp training, camp meetings and clean-up
  • Adhere to and maintain Camp policies and procedures
  • Scheduling of cabin clean up, activities, camp outs, weekly staff duties, etc.
  • Oversee daily schedules and ensure adherence to timelines
  • Experience working with kids from an urban setting
  • Perform all other duties as assigned

Job Requirements:

Physical Requirements/ Work Environment

The successful candidate must be able to work at high altitude (at or above 9,000 ft), walk long distances on uneven terrain, have stamina to work through long days and evenings, and have the ability to perform basic maintenance functions. Camp Staff may at times have to lift up to and over 50lbs.  These positions require close collaboration with all staff including the Camp’s Directors and On-Site Healthcare Provider.

 

 

 

Job Related Behaviors

Gates Camp Staff are team players and must be punctual, flexible; each team member must follow through on commitments, respond in a timely manner to requests, exhibit problem solving skills and initiative, communicate effectively and follow proper reporting procedures. The right candidate is dedicated to the Mission of the organization and strives to uphold the Boys and Girls Club of Metro Denver’s Core Values.

 

Disclaimer

The information presented indicates the general nature and level of work expected of employees in this classification.  It is not designed to contain or to be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities, qualifications and objectives of employees assigned to this job.

 

 

Details:

Status: Seasonal, May 17th – July 31st

Hours: Wednesday 3:30 p.m. through Monday 5:30 p.m.

Pay Range: $225 per week

Benefits: Position includes room and board for the duration of the position.

 

Interested applicants should submit a cover letter, resume and three professional references to jobs@bgcmd.org. Please include the position title in the subject line of the e-mail.

 

This position will remain open until filled.

 

Gates Camp Healthcare Professional – Seasonal/Summer 2018

Ward, Colorado

Club/Office Location:  Gates Camp


Job Description:
The Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Denver (BGCMD) operates a residential, summer camp where kids, ages 8 to 13, attend one-week, single-gender sessions at Gates Camp. Campers participate in hiking, canoeing, backpacking, fishing, rock climbing, archery, hands-on environmental games, and other outdoor activities. These programs and activities inspire kids to explore new ideas, work in teams, and support one another. We are currently hiring an Assistant Cook, to live and work at Camp between the dates of May 21st and July 26th; all positions are seasonal.

 

The Healthcare Professional is responsible for administering physicals for each camper on Mondays for all 8 weeks of camp. The Healthcare Professional will follow standing orders outlined by the Camp’s consulting physician. The Healthcare Professional will also provide one-time physicals for Camp Staff at the beginning of the season, May 21. In Addition, the Healthcare Professional will direct the Camp Healthcare Provider and Camp Directors in proper medication administration and certify the Camp Healthcare Provider as a Medical Administrator using the “Qualistar System.”

 

The Healthcare Professional is expected to

  • Support the health and safety of all Campers by performing weekly physical examinations and health screenings; screenings and physicals take place each Monday. (approximately 6-8hrs/day)
  • Communicate with Camp Healthcare Provider and Camp Directors regarding proper administration of Camper medication
  • Provide one-time health screenings and physical examinations for all Camp Staff at the beginning of the season, May 21
  • Maintain documentation of all actions and treatment

 

Required License, Skills and Knowledge:

  • Healthcare Professional License required (FNP/PA/MD valid in Colorado)
  • Maintain documentation of all actions and treatment
  • Experience providing healthcare to children
  • Ability and interest in working with diverse and inclusive populations

Job Requirements:

Physical Requirements/ Work Environment

The successful candidate must be able to work at high altitude (at or above 9,000 ft.), walk long distances on uneven terrain, have stamina to work through long days, and have the ability to perform basic maintenance functions.  The Camp Healthcare Professional may at times have to lift up to and over 50lbs. 

 

Job Related Behaviors

The Camp Healthcare Provider must be a team player, punctual, flexible; he or she must follow through on commitments, responds in a timely manner to requests, exhibit problem solving skills and initiative, communicate effectively and follow proper reporting procedures. The right candidate is dedicated to the Mission of the organization and strives to uphold the Boys and Girls Club of Metro Denver’s Core Values.

 

Disclaimer

The information presented indicates the general nature and level of work expected of employees in this classification.  It is not designed to contain or to be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities, qualifications and objectives of employees assigned to this job.

 

 

Details:

Status: Seasonal

Hours: Thursdays (6/7, 6/14, 6/21, 6/28, 7/5, 7/12, 7/19, 7/26) 11:30am to 5:00pm.. Must also perform 1-time health screening for Camp Staff on 5/24, 10am to 2pm.

Pay Range: $300 per day

 

Interested applicants should submit a cover letter, resume and three professional references to jobs@bgcmd.org. Please include the position title in the subject line of the e-mail.

 

This position will remain open until filled.

 

Gates Camp Healthcare Provider – Seasonal/Summer 2018

Ward, Colorado

Job Description:
The Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Denver (BGCMD) operates a residential, summer camp where kids, ages 8 to 13, attend one-week, single-gender sessions at Gates Camp. Campers participate in hiking, canoeing, backpacking, fishing, rock climbing, archery, hands-on environmental games, and other outdoor activities. These programs and activities inspire kids to explore new ideas, work in teams, and support one another. We are currently hiring an Assistant Cook, to live and work at Camp between the dates of May 24th and July 31st; all positions are seasonal.

 

The Camp Healthcare Provider is responsible for storing, distributing and keeping records of all Camper medications. He or she is also responsible for treating illnesses and injuries, and determining when outside medical care is required. This person will work with the Campers, Counselors, Camp Directors, Kitchen Staff and parents (as needed) to address health needs.

 

The Camp Healthcare Provider will, at times, provide instruction to Campers about how to proactively promote their personal health and well-being (e.g. hydration, protection from the Sun, proper nutrition and asking for help) and supports professional development opportunities for Staff. 

 

The Camp Healthcare Provider is expected to:

  • Work with entire Camp Staff to provide a healthy and positive camping experience for youth
  • Assist with preventative health care, distribute medications, treat illnesses and injuries, and determine when outside medical care is required. Report all accidents and/or injuries to The Camp Directors and Head Counselors; fill out, submit and file appropriate paperwork
  • Provide direct supervision and care of children who are stationed in the Camp’s Health Clinic
  • Provide basic first aid and other healthcare treatment in the field when necessary
  • Participate in Camp cleanup every Friday
  • Participate in Camp cleanup and conduct comprehensive inventory at the beginning and end of the season
  • Assist Camp Healthcare Professional with Monday physical exams for Campers
  • Create a list of Campers and their respective food and physiologic allergies, including reaction and treatment, and submit it to the Head Cook, Directors and Head Counselors each Monday
  • Perform initial and continuing inventory of medical/first aid supplies throughout the season, and report needs to Assistant Director in a timely manner
  • Communicate with Camp’s Healthcare Professional regarding medication inventories, standing order prescription medications, Camper health as well a health and wellness related incidents;
  • Launder and change sheets that are used by sick kids
  • Ensure hand-washing signs are posted and monitor the kids who set up the tables at meals to make sure that everyone washes their hands before setting up
  • Monitor pre-meal hand washing, conduct demonstration of proper hand washing for all campers on first day of camp
  • Teach all campers proper way to sneeze and cough – using Dracula technique into elbow
  • Monitor and correctly dispose of all expired drugs – track and document disposal and method
  • Greet campers as the bus arrives on Monday morning
  • Keep Health Center clean; stock, put away and organize supplies/equipment and records daily
  • Be available to assist groups during all meals, free time, campfire, and as needed
  • Be available to relieve counselors for breaks: i.e. morning showers, quiet time, etc.
  • Add/Contribute to existing systems and camp infrastructure
  • Support systems that manage and mitigate risk for Campers and Staff to provide a safe environment
  • Ensure that water distribution and hydration stations are installed across the property, stocked and accessible to Campers and Staff at all times while they engage in activities; work with campers to maintain safe levels of hydration
  • Perform all other duties as assigned by the Camp Directors

Required Skills and Knowledge:

  • Wilderness First Responder or Wilderness EMT (current certification required)
  • Must be able to pass Medical Administration Certificate Exam
  • Experience in providing healthcare to children with social and emotional needs
  • Ability to organize and provide Campers with a safe environment
  • Ability to work with inclusive populations
  • Excellent social and communication skills
  • Conflict management and resolution skills

 

Job Requirements:

Physical Requirements/ Work Environment

The successful candidate must be able to work at high altitude (at or above 9,000 ft.), walk long distances on uneven terrain, have stamina to work through long days, and have the ability to perform basic maintenance functions.  The Camp Healthcare Provider may, at times, have to lift up to and over 50lbs. 

 

Job Related Behaviors

The Camp Healthcare Provider must be a team player, punctual, flexible; he or she must follow through on commitments, responds in a timely manner to requests, exhibit problem solving skills and initiative, communicate effectively and follow proper reporting procedures. The right candidate is dedicated to the Mission of the organization and strives to uphold the Boys and Girls Club of Metro Denver’s Core Values.

 

Disclaimer

The information presented indicates the general nature and level of work expected of employees in this classification.  It is not designed to contain or to be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities, qualifications and objectives of employees assigned to this job

 

Details:

Status: May 24th – July 31st  

Hours: Wednesday 3:30 p.m. through Monday 5:30 p.m.

Pay Range: $225 per week

Benefits:  Position includes room and board for the duration of the position.

Interested applicants should submit a cover letter, resume and three professional references to jobs@bgcmd.org. Please include the position title in the subject line of the e-mail.

This position will remain open until filled.

How to Apply

As you consider applying, please know that we are looking for staff members who are willing to give all they've got…and then some. This includes a commitment for a total of 10 weeks (which is inclusive of 10 days of training, 8 weeks of summer camp, and a few days of reflection and clean up after the final day with campers). Staff training begins in the final week of May, and camp ends July 31st 2018.

Please learn more about us on our website. To apply, please email your cover letter, resume, and three professional references.