Summer Jobs

Frontier Trails Camp

JOB BOARD
Summer Job Positions Available
Guy Camp Counsellors
Girl Counsellors
Activity Instructors (canoe, kayak, archery,
climbing wall, Mt. biking, crafts etc.)
Assistant Office Administrator
Assistant Cook
Head Lifeguard/Waterfront Staff (NLS)(18yr )
Lifeguard/Swim Instructor (NLS)
Horseback Riding Instructor
Stable hands
Maintenance & Cleaning
Children & Youth Worker / services
Some jobs May—Aug. And others July & Aug.
** Leadership in Training & Counsellor in Training (4 wk program)**
Wages: Minimum wage 35-40hrs/wk & R&B
Frontier Trails Camp is a non-denominational kids camp in Eganville, Ontario (75 min. west of Ottawa). We offer Horsemanship, Adventure, Music & Traditional Program. Activities include: Water Trampoline & Blob, Movie Making, Climbing Wall, Horseback Riding , Archery, Mt Biking, Canoeing, Kayaking, Swimming, Fishing, Crafts, Ceramics, Zip line, White water rafting, Paintball, Sailing Campfires, and More. Co-ed campers ages 6-16.

Forward Resumes to: email : frontiertrails@on.aibn.com
Frontier Trails Camp
#10545 Hwy 60
Eganville, ON K0J 1T0
Ph (613)625-2416 or 613-762-9087
Fx(613)625-2416
Email: frontiertrails@on.aibn.com
www.facebook.com/frontiertrails/

6136252416
613-625-2416
HORSEBACK RIDING, CRAFTS, PAINTBALL, SWIMMING (LAKE OR RIVER), ADVENTURE & WILDERNESS, BASKETBALL, CANOEING, KAYAKING, MOUNTAIN BIKING, ARCHERY, HIKING, TRAMPOLINE, CLIMBING WALL, WATER TRAMPOLINE, FISHING, SAILING, ESL – ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE
Ontario
Frontier Trails Camp

ESL Teacher :Job Description Frontier Trails
Responsible to: The Program Director
GENERAL PURPOSE: To provide a safe, healthy, spiritual environment for your assigned campers
ESL teachers who can work with children 6-16, providing English instruction to classes or individual campers.
Responsibilities: ESL teachers may develop a curriculum that focus on a specific aspect of language use, such as life skills, literacy, and camp activities. Teaching students basic English skills, such as listening, reading, writing and speaking.
Classroom work can consist of rote pronunciation techniques, quizzes, textbooks, videos and computer lessons. Teachers often combine basic studies with real-life interactions involving language use in different situations, such as camp activities, meal times etc.
• organizing courses
• Planning, preparing and delivering lessons to individuals or a class.
• preparing teaching materials
• helping campers improve their listening, speaking, reading and writing skills via individual and group sessions
• checking and assessing pupils’ work
• Attending campers other activities if possible ie talent show Friday Evening.
• Possible Course Description: ESL Program for Learners Aged 6-16: Each hour English lessons designed to introduce 15 to 20 new words to the student. Theme-based topics: horsebackriding, mealtimes, hobbies, nature, animals, & related vocabulary. Question/answer practice exercises, & workbook for in-class use
• General Description: in keeping with the ”fun” side of camp, this program is geared to encourage speaking as opposed to writing proficiency. By using picture images, with English labels, each child gains a certain level of familiarity with the terminology presented.
• Fact finding, in the form of question/answer exercises, is also emphasized to assist the student in communicating with other English-speaking campers and staff.
Requirements: Belief in and support the mission of Frontier Trails Camp (required)
Post-secondary education
Police Check
First Aid & CPR an asset

613-625-2416
613-625-2416
HORSEBACK RIDING, CRAFTS, PAINTBALL, SWIMMING (LAKE OR RIVER), ADVENTURE & WILDERNESS, BASKETBALL, CANOEING, KAYAKING, MOUNTAIN BIKING, ARCHERY, HIKING, TRAMPOLINE, CLIMBING WALL, WATER TRAMPOLINE, FISHING, WHITE-WATER RAFTING, ESL – ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE
Ontario
Frontier Trails Camp

Frontier Trails Camp: Counselor/Instructor
Position Title: Boys or Girls Counselor/Instructor (Seasonal/Full Time)
Position Purpose: Counselors are responsible for their dorm of campers providing a safe, healthy, spiritual environment, leading some activities, and participating in caring for Frontier Trails Camp and its facilities.
Position Relationship: Report to Program Director(PD), Camp Directors
Principle Accountabilities: Providing Care, supervision, organization and leadership of cabin group of children ages 6-10 & 11-16
• Belief in and support the mission of Frontier Trails Camp(required)
• Lead your cabin group in Morning Get Start and evening Bedtime Story devotion.
• Assume other responsibilities when required and as assigned
• Prepare and lead an activity as assigned
• Be willing to perform tasks other than those assigned, if requested
• Supervise your cabin group at meal times, rest time, rising, bedtime and cabin time.
• Be available as needed for evening patrol
• Carefully watch the health of your campers and report any irregularities
• Take appropriate action in the event of an emergency
• Maintain your dorm or cabin building and surrounding area in a clean, safe, and healthy manner
• Care for the needs of each camper at all times and work towards building unity in the group
• Spend time with your campers; be involved; seize teachable moments
• Work with your PD in planning and participate in the evening program
• Work to build staff unity, be sensitive and supportive of other staff members and loyal to camp policies
• Complete Follow Up reports, birthday cards and Activity records as required, promptly and accurately
• Fill out a personal / spiritual staff evaluation at the end of the week; go over it with your PD
• Use your time off wisely – get your rest
• Obey all camp rules
• Be patient, enthusiastic, hard-working and caring
• Be willing to perform tasks other than those assigned, if requested
Pre-requisites: Candidate will be enthusiastic, energetic team player who enjoys working with children and youth.
Completed Gr 12 or in post-secondary.
Experience in working with children and youth an asset.
First Aid & CPR – Police Check
Must be able to work as part of a team in a demanding job.
He/she must be organized, prompt, and willing to work some weekends during camp season and long hours during the summer.
Enjoy working with and around children ages 6-16

Contact: Marie Tubby, Camp Director
Ph: 1-613-625-2416
Fx: 1-613-625-2675
Email: frontiertrails@on.aibn.com
www.frontiertrailscamp.com

6136252416
613-625-2416
HORSEBACK RIDING, CRAFTS, PAINTBALL, SWIMMING (LAKE OR RIVER), ADVENTURE & WILDERNESS, BASKETBALL, CANOEING, KAYAKING, MOUNTAIN BIKING, ARCHERY, TRAMPOLINE, CLIMBING WALL, WATER TRAMPOLINE, FISHING, ESL – ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE
Ontario
Frontier Trails Camp

Riding Instructor Frontier Trails Camp
Position Title: Riding Instructor (Seasonal/Full Time)
Position Purpose: Riding Instructors are responsible for the general care of Frontier Trails Camp horse’s and must be enthusiastic and run a safe and effective riding program for campers ages 6-16.
Position Relationship: Program director, Camp Directors
Principle Accountabilities: Tack care, grooming, as well as administering medications & the ability to detect illness and injury in horses is important.
– Notice when grain or hay is running out and inform the program Director.
– Safety must be the most important issue when teaching, leading a trail ride, or doing any activity with the horses.
– Prepare, Care for and Maintain horses
– Plan & Carry out the horsemanship program in a safe and fun manner including overnight trail campout & swimming with horses.
– Lead Trail rides for campers, as well as visitors and customers of the camp.
– Ensure that the Tack room, barnyard area and corral are clean and tidy at all times.
– Attend Camp Staff Meetings
– May be required to break and train some horses in preparation for being ridden
– Maintain accurate records of the campers’ daily achievements. Complete Activity awards each camper and Friday night awards as appropriate
– Rake corral & all trails after Trail Rides
Pre-requisites: Police Check
First Aid & CPR an asset, Horse first aid an asset
– Candidate must be able to work as part of a team in a demanding job. He/she must be organized, prompt, and willing work Saturday to 2 pm weekends and Sundays off during camp season and long hours during the summer.
– Communicate clearly, and work safely
– – Belief in and support the mission of Frontier Trails Camp(required)
– Experience working with horses required, prefer teaching experience in English or Western riding
– Must enjoy working with and around children ages 6-16
Contact: Marie Tubby, Camp Director Ph: 1-613-625-2416 Fx: 1-613-625-2675 Email: frontiertrails@on.aibn.com www.frontiertrailscamp.com

Riding Instructor Frontier Trails Camp
Position Title: Riding Instructor (Seasonal/Full Time)
Position Purpose: Riding Instructors are responsible for the general care of Frontier Trails Camp horse’s and must be enthusiastic and run a safe and effective riding program for campers ages 6-16.
Position Relationship: Program director, Camp Directors
Principle Accountabilities: Tack care, grooming, as well as administering medications & the ability to detect illness and injury in horses is important.
– Notice when grain or hay is running out and inform the program Director.
– Safety must be the most important issue when teaching, leading a trail ride, or doing any activity with the horses.
– Prepare, Care for and Maintain horses
– Plan & Carry out the horsemanship program in a safe and fun manner including overnight trail campout & swimming with horses.
– Lead Trail rides for campers, as well as visitors and customers of the camp.
– Ensure that the Tack room, barnyard area and corral are clean and tidy at all times.
– Attend Camp Staff Meetings
– May be required to break and train some horses in preparation for being ridden
– Maintain accurate records of the campers’ daily achievements. Complete Activity awards each camper and Friday night awards as appropriate
– Rake corral & all trails after Trail Rides
Pre-requisites: Police Check
First Aid & CPR an asset, Horse first aid an asset
– Candidate must be able to work as part of a team in a demanding job. He/she must be organized, prompt, and willing work Saturday to 2 pm weekends and Sundays off during camp season and long hours during the summer.
– Communicate clearly, and work safely
– – Belief in and support the mission of Frontier Trails Camp(required)
– Experience working with horses required, prefer teaching experience in English or Western riding
– Must enjoy working with and around children ages 6-16
Contact: Marie Tubby, Camp Director Ph: 1-613-625-2416 Fx: 1-613-625-2675 Email: frontiertrails@on.aibn.com www.frontiertrailscamp.com

613-625-2416
613-625-2416
HORSEBACK RIDING, CRAFTS, PAINTBALL, SWIMMING (LAKE OR RIVER), ADVENTURE & WILDERNESS, KAYAKING, MOUNTAIN BIKING, ARCHERY, TRAMPOLINE, CLIMBING WALL, WATER TRAMPOLINE, FISHING, WHITE-WATER RAFTING, ESL – ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE
Ontario