Employment Opportunities

Please visit our online application to apply for a position with Camping & Recreation!

 

Thanks for your interest in working at a Camping & Recreation program! 

Please visit the online Staff Application page and create an account or log in to complete the application process.  From there, you will be able to choose between a "new staff" or "returning staff" application.  Please choose the appropriate application to get started!

 

For New Staff:  As part of the application process, you are required to submit three (3) professional or academic references. Please note that we cannot accept personal references or those from family members or people residing in your household.  Please download a reference form for each reference to complete.  Mail or fax the completed forms to Melita Bell at the information provided to the right.

 

CONTACT US

Melita Bell
Director , Camping & Recreation
The League for People with Disabilities
1111 E. Cold Spring Lane
Baltimore, MD 21239
(410)323-0500 x366

Fax: 866.306.7424

or mbell@leagueforpeople.org

Employment Opportunities

 

Respite Counselors:
Spend a weekend making a difference!  Respite Counselors provide daily support and guidance to their assigned participants. They work cooperatively with the other program staff to foster participant independence while ensuring participant's individual needs are met.

Respite counselors also assist in running activities in sports, arts and crafts and cooking. With several weekends each year, you can join us for whatever works into your schedule! Salary is $300 per weekend, with an end-of-season bonus contingent on number of weekends worked.

 

Summer Employment Opportunities

Cabin Counselor:
The Cabin Counselor is responsible for providing daily support and guidance to the campers assigned to their group. Cabin Counselors work cooperatively with the other cabin staff to foster camper independence while ensuring their individual needs are met.  The Cabin Counselor works under the supervision of the Cabin Leader and assigned Unit Coordinator. 

Cabin Leader:
The Cabin Leader is a supervisory position at camp. The Cabin Leader is responsible for providing support and guidance to all staff assigned to the cabin. The Cabin Leader works with their team to foster camper independence while ensuring their individual needs are met.  The Cabin Leader works under the supervision of the assigned Unit Coordinator.

Unit Coordinator:
The Unit Coordinator oversees all campers and cabin staff in their assigned cabins. The Unit Coordinator is a member of the camp leadership team and is responsible for daily support, contact and guidance of all cabin staff that live and/or work in their assigned cabins. The Unit Coordinator will act as a resource and provide support to cabin staff to ensure that camper's individual needs are met.

Program Leader:
The Program Leader is responsible for their assigned program area and for developing and implementing quality and dynamic program activities for campers of all abilities and ages. The Program Leader will be assigned to a cabin group and will assist cabin staff when not in their program areas.  The Program Leader works under the supervision of the Camp Activities Coordinator and/or Manager, Camp & Community Programs and has contact with each camper and staff on a daily basis. The Program Leader also works closely with assigned cabin staff when not in their program area.

Summer Administrative Assistant:
The Administrative Assistant is responsible for coordinating all areas of operations of the main office. The Administrative Assistant manages all aspects of the camp store as well as assists the Directors in maintaining staff & camper files, keeping accurate databases and obtaining program and facility supplies.

Camp Activities Coordinator:
The Camp Activities Coordinator oversees all aspects of on-camp programming and is a member of the camp leadership team. The Camp Activities Coordinator is responsible for daily support, contact and guidance of all camp program leaders. The Camp Activities Coordinator will ensure that all camp activities challenge each camper to achieve their maximum potential.

Camp Nurse:
The Camp Nurse is responsible to assist the Health Services Coordinator in ensuring the health and wellness of all campers and staff. The Camp Nurse will communicate regularly with cabin staff and will administer medication and first aid as required.

Health Services Assistant:
The Health Services Assistant is responsible to assist the Health Services Coordinator and other nurses  in ensuring the health and wellness of all campers and staff. The Health Services Assistant communicates regularly with cabin staff and administers medication and first aid as required.  The Health Services Assistant is under the constant supervision of the Health Services Coordinator. The Health Services Assistant works cooperatively with the other health services staff as well as all cabin staff.

League Pioneer & Travel Coordinator:
The League Pioneer & Travel Coordinator facilitates the League Pioneer and Travel program and is a member of the camp leadership team. The League Pioneer & Travel Coordinator is responsible for the overall management of the League Pioneer program located at Poplar Grove. The League Pioneer & Travel Coordinator will provide daily support, contact and guidance of all League Pioneer and Travel staff, and will ensure that programs are established to allow for growth and independence of each camper.

League Pioneer & Travel Counselor:
The League Pioneer & Travel Counselor is responsible to assist in facilitating the primitive camp program, League Pioneers. The League Pioneer Counselor is responsible for developing and implementing quality and dynamic primitive camp activities for campers of all abilities and ages. The League Pioneer Counselor also works with League Pioneer campers to build meaningful relationships and support them with their personal needs.

Participant Services Coordinator:
The Participant Services Coordinator works cooperatively with the Directors to oversee all aspects of camper services and is a member of the camp leadership team. The Participant Services Coordinator is responsible for daily support, contact and guidance of the Unit Coordinators and all cabin staff. The Participant Services Coordinator will ensure each camper at camp is receiving all the services and programming needed to be successful in the camp environment.

 

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A not-for-profit 501 (c)(3) charitable organization, contributions to which are tax-deductible.

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