Girls Scouts of Utah’s Trefoil Ranch, an overnight summer camp in Provo, is seeking a courageous, fun loving, adventure program instructor who loves climbing, teambuilding, archery, biking, and hatchet throwing to be a part of the camp staff team this upcoming summer (May 31-August 7) in the Wasatch Mountains!
We are looking for someone who:
-Loves climbing, teambuilding, archery, biking, and hatchet throwing
-Inspires youth to challenge themselves
-Wears a risk management hat and puts safety first
-Sees the value of a team
-Is reliable and consistent
-Wants to impact the lives of the youth we serve at Girl Scout camp
Duties and Responsibilities
-Be a member of the camp Leadership Team
-Assist the Camp Director in the development, implementation, evaluation, and administration of the camp
-Write and implement program outlines and lesson plans that allow for progression of activities and accomplish specific program goals for all adventure programming
-Manage the Program Counselor, an assistant to the High Adventure Director
-Understand and implement safety guidelines and standards
Minimum of 2 years of relevant experience.
Must be at least 18 years old by the start date and not enrolled in high school for the next school year; At least 21 years old with a clean driving record and auto insurance is preferred
Hold or willing to obtain current Red Cross First Aid & CPR certifications or the equivalent. Wilderness First Aid preferred.
Hold or willing to obtain a current Utah Food Handler's Permit.
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