Woodland's Summer Staff consists of dedicated young men and women desiring to serve in a Christian Camp environment. Summer Staff fill paid summer-long positions; individuals serve in a variety of capacities from food service to life guarding and activity management to maintenance. Woodland is seeking college students who have a servant's heart, work well with others, have a positive attitude, and enjoy working with children (ages 6-18).
If you are a college student, between the ages of 18 and 23, and are interested in more information for Summer Staff, please contact us at (770) 562-3103. This position requires that employees be in good physical fitness with a high level of energy. Staff must be capable of walking on uneven terrain, lifting 25 pounds, reading and following instructions, and working outside frequently. On-site Summer Staff housing is provided.
Areas of Service
Required Summer Staff Training Week: May 22-26, 2017
Applicant should complete Online Application and have TWO Reference Forms sent to Anthony@woodlandcamp.org or mail to:
Attn: Anthony Nasser
90 Woodland Camp Rd.
Temple, GA 30179
Frequently Asked Questions:
1. Will I be staying with campers?
No, Summer Staff have separate housing from campers.
2. Is this a paid position?
Yes, Woodland provides room and board, along with a generous base pay. Summer Staff will also be provided with marketing material that will enable them to double their base pay through donor funding.
3. How many Summer Staff does Woodland hire?
We hire 12-14 Summer Staff each summer.
4. What are the steps to the hiring process?
5. What are the start and end dates for Summer Camp 2016?
Summer Camp tentatively starts May 30, 2016 and ends July 31, 2016. However, these dates are subject to change based on bookings/reservations. Summer Staff Training dates are TBD.
6. When does a usual work week start and end?
Typical Summer Camp weeks start at 3pm on Sundays for Summer Staff. Most camps conclude at 12noon on Fridays, so Summer Staff should be finished between 4-5pm and will be off until Sunday. (Days/times to be worked the week of July 19th will vary.)
7. Will I be able to take off one week for a mission trip?
If you already have a mission trip, etc. scheduled, you may be able to take off work, depending on scheduling. This information should be discussed in your initial interview, prior to hiring.
8. What does a typical day at camp entail?
We can host 4 different groups and up to 410 people on-site at one time. Summer Staff serve & clean-up from meals, facilitate ropes course activities, life guard at the pool / lake / slip-n-slide, lead archery / mountain biking, manage the inflatable slide / pedal karts, serve Canteen (snacks), and help with cleaning and maintenance. The schedule changes daily and Summer Staff rotate between the different jobs. Summer Staff serve in a support role, but are pivotal to the success of our ministry!
If you're interested in serving as cabin staff and solely working with campers, please visit our Summer Volunteers page.