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WARNING: This is not your everyday summer experience.

Our camps are designed to provide a unique atmosphere where girls are respected, nurtured, challenged and empowered. Under the guidance of our staff, campers participate in activities that build self-esteem, develop skills, increase knowledge, enhance teamwork and cooperative behaviors, and of course, have fun!

Open Positions:

Whether you spend your summer by the lakes of Camp Rocky Point or Camp Gambill, or among the horses at Camp Bette Perot, get ready to go on new adventures, take on challenges, and make incredible memories!

Boating Instructor
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Boating Instructor | Responsible for planning and implementation of the Girl Scout and aquatic programs in an outdoor setting while safeguarding the health, safety, and security of participants in the waterfront/boating area. 

  

Questions? Email camp@gsnetx.org. No phone calls please. EOE.

Camp Counselor
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Camp Counselor | As a camp counselor you'll develop and strengthen leadership, communication, and conflict resolution skills that will look great to future employers and advisors for potential credit/internship. Resident camp sessions run from June until to end of July, and camp staff training is                     provided prior to the camp start date. 

  

Questions? Email camp@gsnetx.org. No phone calls please. EOE.

Camp Nurse
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Camp Nurse | Responsible for the overall planning and implementation of outdoor programming andcamp health care, including the safeguarding of camper and staff health and safety.

While we prefer applicants who can commit to an entire summer, we are willing to consider position sharing and applications that are available for a shorter time period. 

Did we mention that camp nurses' daughters can attend camp a discounted rate?

Resident camp runs from June and July, including a week of paid training. During this time the  nurse will live on-site and have meals provided. 

Questions? Email camp@gsnetx.org. No phone calls please. EOE.

Archery Range Master
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Archery Range Master | Responsible for archery activities during weekend camping, planning and implementation of Girl Scout programs in outdoor settings, and the safeguarding of participants’ health, safety, and security. In search of applicants who can work at least one Saturday or weekend per month.

  

Questions? Email camp@gsnetx.org. No phone calls please. EOE.

Assistant Camp Director
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Assistant Camp Director | As the Assistant Camp Director and member of the camp administration team, responsibilities include planning and implementation of Girl Scout programs in outdoor settings, acting as the go-to person involving MESH issues, and providing prevention and intervention consultation to camp leadership and staff on matters concerning mental health and behavioral concerns.Incumbents will be expected to live on camp.

Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree in social work, psychology, child development or related field, or equivalent combination of education and practical work experience
  • At least 1 year, or two prior seasons, of administrative or supervisory experience in an organized camp or school setting
  • Ability to make quick and accurate assessments of mental or behavioral conditions
  • Ability to excise balanced judgment in evaluating situations and making decisions, and to handle difficult or confrontational situations in a calm, consistent and equitable manner
  • High level of comfort speaking to diverse audiences: girls, parents and senior leadership

If this sounds like the perfect role for you, learn more about this position and apply today!

   

Questions? Email camp@gsnetx.org.No phone calls please. EOE.

Waterfront Lifeguard

Sumner & Denison

In this role, the Waterfront Lifeguard is responsible for planning and implementing  Girl Scout and aquatic programs in an outdoor setting, and the safeguarding of participants’ health, safety, and security in the waterfront/aquatic area. The positions will work for the months of May and September. 

If this sounds like the perfect role for you, learn more about this position and apply today.

   

Questions? Email camp@gsnetx.org. No phone calls please. EOE.

Ropes Course Instructor
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In this role, the Ropes Course Instructor is responsible for planning and implementation of Girl Scouts rope course programs in outdoor settings and for the safeguarding of participants’ health, safety, and security. 

If this sounds like the perfect role for you, learn more about this position and apply today.

Questions? Email camp@gsnetx.org. No phone calls please. EOE. 

STEM Summer Counselor

Southern Dallas

The STEM Summer Counselors are responsible for facilitating high quality science, technology, engineering, math and/or outdoor programming to expose girls to new STEM career options. This position will also be responsible for the emotional and physical health and safety of girls under their supervision. 

STEM Summer Counselors will work approx. 28 hours per week and will be assigned a shift between the hours of 8 am and 5:30 pm, Monday – Sunday. Flexible schedules can be accommodated. This position runs from June 6 - August 5, 2018.

Questions? Email camp@gsnetx.org. No phone calls please. EOE.

 

Additional Information
Confidential Reference Form
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When selecting references during the application process, be sure they use this form for your evaluation.

Staff Training

Staff Training Includes:

  • TR402: Protecting Our Girls | Mandatory GSNETX child protection training recognized by the state of Texas.
  • TR401: First Aid/CPR/AED Certification
  • Human Resources Orientation
  • Basic Camper Management
  • Emergency Procedures
  • Facilitating the Girl Scout Leadership Experience

Selected staff members will be certified in areas including:

  • Pool and/or waterfront lifeguarding
  • Small craft (instructing activities such as kayaking and canoeing)
  • Ropes course facilitation
  • Archery
Benefits of Working at Camp
  • Have a hand in building girls up
  • Building and strengthening leadership skills
  • Strengthen interpersonal skills
  • Develop conflict resolution skills and resiliency
  • Great resume booster
Personal Development Opportunities
  • Develop life and career skills, including ones described in the Partnership for 21st Century Learning
  • Time management, flexibility
  • Strengthen interpersonal skills
  • Learn and utilize conflict resolution techniques
  • Develop and/or improve leadership skills
  • Numerous opportunities to practice communication and public speaking skills in the camp environment while leading activities and supervising campers
  • Making a positive impact in the lives of others