The role of the Dryland Instructor is one that demands hard work, creativity, group control and an enthusiastic attitude towards children. The Dryland Instructor is required to follow a comprehensive teaching outline and ensure that all required components of the Dryland program are taught during the course of the week. The Dryland Instructor works directly with a Hockey Counsellor and a section of children. Instructors are expected to teach classes that are age appropriate, productive, and fun. This includes being prepared to teach in a variety of weather conditions (Rainy day programs). Instructors are responsible for teaching campers the safety requirements of each program ensuring that all participants use equipment properly and follow safety standards. This includes providing care to our campers that reflects the standards and guidelines of HOC's Child Care Practices.
Staff Orientation / Training: TBD
Employment Period: June 30, 2019 – August 24, 2019
Optional Employment: Week #9 August 25 – August 31, 2019
Wages: Summer wages range from $2,200 – $3,600 per summer depending on qualifications and experience of applicants. Room and board are included.