The Teammate Support Counsellor helps provide an unforgettable camp experience for campers who require additional support during their stay at camp. These campers attend camp through HOC's Teammate Program, a program dedicated to the inclusion of all youth in our summer camp environment.
The Teammate Support Counsellor should have an interest or experience in working with special needs youth as they will be responsible for ensuring a safe and positive camp experience for the assigned camper(s). Counsellors are the staff members who work most closely with our campers and supervise them in all aspects of camp. Being a Counsellor in any regard requires many different personal and professional skills. Working with a camper who requires additional support requires even more patience, responsibility, and discipline skills. This position is detail-oriented in regards to the health, safety, parenting, basic personal care needs and integration of the camper.To maintain a high standard of care, the Teammate Support Counsellor is also responsible for teaching and enforcing the HOC Principles of Respect to their campers, including safety expectations of camp and general activities. Ensuring that both campers and staff in the section follow proper equipment use and safety regulations is an important part of working at HOC.
Staff Orientation / Training: TBD
Employment Period: June 30, 2024 – August 24, 2024
Optional Employment: Week #9 August 25 – 31, 2024
Wages: Summer wages vary depending on age, qualifications and experience of applicants. Room and board are included.