Everyone is required to complete an online application. Our Personnel office reviews all submissions and evaluates each candidate closely for both strong activity and interpersonal skills.
After applications have been reviewed, we’ll reach out via email to set up an interview with a member of our personnel team. The interview typically takes about an hour. We prefer in-person interviews in our corporate office but will do a video call via Skype or Face Time if distance is a barrier.
We will check the references listed in your application.
The Camp Sea Gull and Camp Seafarer Staff Guidelines are presented as an introduction to Camp and explains our staff qualifications, requirements, and regulations. Please read carefully before submitting an application.
Counselors live with and care for campers in their cabins and instruct one of the Camp’s activities. Our staff mentor and model responsible behavior and enhance teamwork and character development among campers. Enthusiasm, cooperation, and a positive attitude are must have qualities.
Candidates must be a minimum of a Registered Nurse and possess a current nursing license. One to three years of experience required with preferred pediatric work and strong assessment skills are a must. Applicants must have strong organizational and communication skills and must demonstrate a caring attitude and a willingness to participate in Camp.
The extended season counselors will ensure the health, wealth, care, and safety of all participants at all times, including, supervision and providing instruction on all assigned activities.
During the spring, we have a variety of programs including but not limited to resident camp (counselors will be living with campers in cabins), field days, leadership groups, family camps, and Y-Guides (father/son or father/daughter) weekends.
In the fall and spring, we have positions available for weekend staff (Friday dinner through Sunday afternoon) and seasonal staff in resident positions (August through October and March through May).