Robin Hood hires highly 150 skilled activity leaders, who also work as cabin counselors. We also 15 hire support staff (kitchen, laundry, house cleaning, landscaping, office), who live in employee cabins. Our season is from the beginning of June to mid-August.
All staff members participate in a 10-day orientation prior to the campers’ arrival which happens in conjunction with pre-camp setup time. During orientation, staff learn the Robin Hood history, philosophy and program and get to know each other.
At Robin Hood, you live and work with children 24 hours a day with two days off per week (Noon to Midnight). It is a demanding job that calls for the judgment of a concerned parent, the sensitivity of a child psychiatrist, the diplomacy of a seasoned schoolteacher, and a commitment to leadership by example and high standards. The more you put into it, the greater the rewards!
We hire activity counselors to teach and coach the following sports and activities: archery, basketball, biking (mountain), camping, climbing, chess, circus, dance, drums, fencing, fitness, golf, gymnastics, horseback riding (English) kayaking, lacrosse, lifeguarding, photography, singing, skateboarding, table tennis, tennis, track or distance running.
Requirements: Highly skilled applicants only; over 21 years of age preferred; previous coaching experience preferred
As an activity counselor, you will teach and coach campers while also living in a cabin with campers and other staff members. You will have responsibility to supervise the children in the cabin.
We hire waterfront activity counselors to teach the following waterfront sports: canoeing, kayaking, paddleboarding, sailing (lake and ocean), wakeboarding, waterskiing, wakesurfing, windsurfing
Requirements: Highly skilled applicants only; over 21 years of age preferred; for wakeboarding/waterskiing/wakesurfing, boat-driving experience required
As an waterfront activity counselor, you will teach campers while also living in a cabin with campers and other staff members. You will have responsibility to supervise the children in the cabin.
We hire three full RNs and one nursing student each summer.
Full RNs live in the Infirmary. Nursing students live in a cabin with campers and other staff members but have very little supervisorial responsibility.
We hire support staff to working the following positions: housecleaning (including toilets); kitchen staff; landscapers.
Requirements: Previous experience required; over 21 years of age preferred
As a support staff, you will most likely live in cabins you share with other support staff.
We hire one support staff to work in the camp office answering phones, doing data entry, filing, and assisting our directors with projects.
Our receptionist most likely lives in a cabin with campers and other staff members but have no supervisorial responsibility.
How to Apply
We are monitoring the developments with the COVID-19 virus closely and are still planning for an on-schedule opening in late June. We opened in Summer 2020, and ran with no cases. To apply, please click APPLY HERE to complete our online application.