Positions Available

There are plenty of ways to plug in if you are interested in employment at camp. One aspect of each position though is the impact you’ll have on kids in this ministry. Each job has its own way of serving kids and Christ, and each job has its own unique merit of service. Listed below you will find our available positions and brief job descriptions. Please contact us if you would like to receive a detailed job description. Food and lodging are provided with all positions. Each position (excluding SALT and Nurses) require a full summer commitment from May 23-July 27.

These staff members work in a cabin with a group of 8-10 campers and are responsible for the overall well being of the children. They also teach or assist in a particular skill area. Must be 18 years of age and finished with your first year of college. A counselor position at Camp Crestridge is both an incredibly demanding position and experience but also an immeasurably rewarding and developing experience personally, professionally, and spiritually. We would love the opportunity to share with you more during an interview! (base salary: $245/week).

Junior Counselors/Jets
These staff members work in a cabin as well and assist the counselor in their duties. They typically assist in teaching a particular skill area. Must be 18 years of age and finished with the 12th grade (base salary: $185/week).

SALT (Service and Leadership Training) Program
Available to 17 year olds at Camp Crestridge for Girls. The SALT Program is for former campers or those new to camp who wish to be part of camp life, but more importantly seek to develop leadership, service, and discipleship abilities. SALT participants live together under the supervision of a director who is typically an upperclassman in college or a college graduate. Spaces are limited to 20 per session. Sessions last 4 weeks. The cost of the program is $800 (a quarter of what it would cost as a camper). This money goes back into the SALT program to pay for their trips, entertainment and basic needs in order to increase the quality of their time and training while at camp. The SALT program has three main components: service, discipleship, and fellowship. The camp administration sees this as a vital part of developing the long-term leadership of Camp Crestridge and beyond.

Activity Directors
(Crafts, Waterfront, Music, Discipleship, Landsports, and Age Group Leaders). Experienced staff members who have worked with us in the past usually fill these positions. Occasionally, we will have a need for hiring an individual that is new to camp (base salary: dependent on position and experience).

Office Workers
These are staff members who serve in either a receptionist or bookkeeper role. Three office workers are employed at Crestridge. This is a position that would be good for anyone with organizational skills or gifts in administration and efficiency. The setting is in the hub of camp. While the job is very focused, these staff have opportunities to be a part of camp life and community on a daily basis. We would love to share more with you upon completion of an application during an interview! (base salary: $245/week).

Outdoor Adventure Program
We hire a director and two assistants for our Outdoor Adventure Program. Duties consist of instruction and facilitation of mountain biking, rock climbing, and low ropes course initiatives (base salary: dependent on position and experience).

Horseback Staff
We have a Horseback Director and a number of assistants at each camp. These staff members spend most of their time working in our horseback program teaching the campers and caring for the horses. Horseback experience is required. We provide site specific training for all our horseback staff.
Along with responsibilities related to the horseback program we run, all of our horseback staff are a part of the program family at Crestridge. They are involved in every day camper and staff life and opportunities to build relationships and share Christ are a norm. (base salary: dependent on position and experience).

Laundry Workers
These staff members are responsible for performing laundry duties for campers and staff on the premises. Two laundry employees are hired each summer. These staff are a highly valued team in our camp family.
Our laundry staff also have opportunities to assist our administration team throughout the summer.
They also are a part of every day camper and staff life and program. Although much of their time is spent behind the scenes, they are very much apart of the ministry. (base salary: $245/week).

We hire two staff that are responsible for running errands into town, performing small tasks around camp, and taking campers to the doctor as needed. They are a part of our Administrative team and are involved in much of of the behind the scenes functioning of camp. However, they are also a part of everyday camper and staff life and programming. We encourage them to engage in conversation and relationships with campers and staff (base salary: $245/week).

We have two photographer/webmasters at each camp that take digital photos of activities each day and upload them to our website for parents to view. This person will also write daily articles about what each age group is doing at camp for upload to our website. In addition to their jobs as photographer/webmaster, they are involved in the everyday camp life with both campers and staff. Relationships are built and opportunities to share the gospel arise throughout the summer. (base salary: dependent on experience).

Our videographer handles all duties of shooting, editing, and production of the camp videos for each session as well as a staff video. These videos are typically 15 minutes in length and delivered to the campers on the last day of camp. Applicants should have experience with Final Cut X and Mac Software (base salary: dependent on experience).

Medical Assistant
Our medical assistant will assist the Nurses and Doctors who are serving at Camp Crestridge. She will have direct interaction with campers and other staff in the Infirmary and will help campers receive the best care possible while at camp. We prefer for this person to be a nursing student or a college student pursuing a career in the medical field. We will also consider students who are WFR or EMT certified (base salary: $245/week).

We hire three registered nurses at each camp. Most of these employees work in exchange for their child coming to camp.