The Program Support Instructors have a diverse yet important role in our camp environment. These Instructors work as additional water qualified staff, to provide extra supervision and assistance in various camp areas but not limited to; waterfront programming, camp programming, the Teammate program, program maintenance, and Staff Development Bronze Med/Bronze Cross Instruction. In regards to any water front assistance, the Program Support Instructors will be responsible for working alongside the Head of Waterfront to ensure the safe and secure operation of HOC’s Waterfront, including the new Aquaglide floating challenge track. Together, they will provide assistance with daily lifeguarded free swims for all sections, and instruct and supervise HOC's LIT and CIT instructional swim periods. When required, the Program Support Instructors will work as both land and/or water activity instructors as well.
Instructors provide program instruction, based on an outlined program curriculum and Community, Leadership, Accountability, and Performance, fundamental qualities. Standards are developed on skills-based progressions through an established awards system already in place at HOC. 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). Evening instruction (2 days) of evening activities is an expectation of all Activity Instructors. Activity Instructors are required to maintain their program areas and equipment, ensuring adequate equipment supply and safety during daily program development time (PDT) each day (1 hr) as required. Every week instructors are also responsible for writing personal evaluations on each camper they teach during the week. As a part of the larger camp community activity instructors also expected to actively participate and provide supervision during All-Camp Activities throughout the week. This includes program periods that may not be outlined on daily schedules, such as meals, section activities, free swim, campfires, and others as assigned.
SUMMER BENEFITS AND TIME OFF
Staff Orientation / Training: TBD
Employment Period: July 4, 2021 – August 28, 2021
Optional Employment: Week #9 August 29 – September 4, 2021
Wages: Summer wages vary depending on age, qualifications and experience of applicants. Room and board are included.